Primal Rage

Synopsis: A newly reunited young couple's drive through the Pacific Northwest turns into a nightmare as they are forced to face nature, unsavory locals, and a monstrous creature, known to the Native Americans as Oh-Mah.
Genre: Horror
Director(s): Patrick Magee
Production: Blue Fox Entertainment
106 min


[car door



turning over]

[ominous music]

[door shuts]

[car starts]


Look, I don't know

what you want me to say.

Could start

with "thank you".

Thanks... for

picking me up.

"Sorry" would

be nice.

You're smoking again.

Yeah, I'm

smoking again.

Not around

him, Max.

You look good.

I'm eating good,

I'm not drinking,

I'm not smoking...


Please tell me you

learned your lesson.

I learned

lots of lessons.

I learned how

to make a shiv.

Turns out prison has

arts & crafts time.

It's not funny.

How is he?

He's good. Yeah.

He's good.

That's good. Thanks

for not bringing him.

Well, he's

got school.

He's in school?

Mm hm,


[laughs] Preschool?

Yep, he says

he's a big kid now.

[turns radio on]

What, so this is

what you listen to now?

Yeah, it's

only been a year.

A year, a month,

and nine days.

But who's counting?

Yeah, and not much has

changed since then,

it's just music.

[changes radio


Really? Did they

come play for you

during your

stint in Folsom?


[both switching radio

station back and forth]

[turns radio off]


[heavy breathing]


Max, look at me.

Look at

me, Max.



It's fine.

No, it wasn't.

It sucked.

It was fine.

[starts engine]

Do you want


[door slams]


[men laughing]

This is a

missing person.

Have you

seen him?


got 'im!

He's coming

'round again.

Yeah, right.

Hairy, ape-man


You and your kind

ain't foolin' me

with your wampum,

your Oh-Mah,

and your mystic

injun horseshit!

Nickel Pete, if you see

him you give me a call.

Yeah, I'll

do that.

Thank you.

You're all

in on it...

Try the

fuckin' donuts.

Bigfoot lovers.


big, hairy bastard.


Giant, hairy,

mohawk motherfucker


'round again...

him and his big

ol' fuckin' feet.

Gonna getcha!

Ha ha ha!

Yeah, sure as shit.

Twenty dollars.

Have a nice day.

[men laughing]

That's what I'm

talking 'bout.

Hey! Put it in your

pants, ya pervert!



alright. Ow!

Well, well...





Woo hoo hoo! I'm

shakin' in my boots!


Are you done?

[engine revving]

Got you some, uh,

healthy trail mix.

Really? You've been

out an hour and you

already got me on

an open container.

Ashley, it's

just a beer.

No! It's a Class

2 misdemeanor

'cause I already

got one, remember?

I guess you didn't

learn a goddamn thing.

I learned

plenty, actually.

I learned that

when making a shiv

you've gotta taper and

serrate the blade...

otherwise you're

just poppin' people

with needles and

that's just something

they're used to. But

when the time is right,

the only thing that

you have to do is

aim for the sweet spot,

just right in the kidney.


Then you

say something.

You say something to

make all this good again.

Because you didn't

say a goddamn thing

when I was sitting

in handcuffs...

You know...

you weren't much

better than me, Ashley.

Not much, but at

least I was better.

And I'm clean

now, courtesy

of the Department

of Corrections.


I'm glad they

could do it for you

but your wife and son

weren't worth enough.

For a year, a

month, and nine days

I have been planning

this exact moment.

I'm just

fucking it up.

How could you f*ck

this up? It's me.

This is me.

This is us.

What? What?

Say it.

I'm scared.

Right now in

this moment...

I'm scared.

You're scared?

I'm scared


Good answer.

[loud thud]


[brakes screeching]

Shit! What

was that?

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Jay Lee

Jay Lee is an actor and director, known for Looking for Alaska (2019), American Vandal (2017) and Hey Katie This is Josh (2017). more…

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