Synopsis: Liam wakes from a car crash with no memory of who he is. As he makes his way into town to look for help, he finds only dead bodies, all with strange pale eyes. Liam's first assessment is that a virus is present in the air, but he soon discovers the horrible truth: anyone who comes within a 50-foot radius of him dies instantly.
Genre: Sci-Fi, Thriller
Rotten Tomatoes:
93 min

Hey! Hey!


What the hell?



Are you all right in there?

Hey, can you hear me?


Holy sh*t.


what is your emergency?

She's in some kind of

an accident or something.

- All right, sir, calm down.

- Where are you right now?

I just passed a sign

that said woodmore county.

- I'm sorry, you're breaking up.

- Can you repeat that again?

Sh*t. It's woodmore.

I don't know what the name

of the road is.

Sir, calm down.

Can I have your name please?

Yeah, it's...



Jesus Christ.


Hi there.

You've reached Liam Hartwell.

If you're calling concerning

a landscaping job,

please reach me on my cell

at 555-0968.

Leave a message at the beep.

If you would like to change

your welcome message, press 1.



Sheriff, are you ruling out the

possibility of biological warfare?

until proper autopsies

can be performed with...

We have to wait

for the coroner's report

before we can stipulate

what it is

Now, whether the air

is safe to breathe or not,

I can't say at this time.

Sir, over here!


Hey! Get out of here!

No! Go! Get out of here!

It's not safe!

You can't stay outside. Go!


Go home!

and he confirms

that the signs of death

the 29-year-old woman who was

found earlier this morning.

I also had an opportunity to talk

with sheriff laredo earlier on

concerning the current

state of affairs.

This is what he had to say.

We've established only

two occurrences so far.

One alongside route 131

going into woodmore

and the other at Sophie's

diner, just a few miles away.

So the good news for now is that

these incidents seem to be localized.

Now residents

in and around this area

are, of course, considerably

nervous about all this.

Hey! Shut the hell up!

But first,

a gripping interview

with the person who first made

this recent discovery,

Sophie's diner busboy,

Dylan keen,

who came in this morning late,

which might have actually

saved his life.

Oh, sh*t!

The woodmore string

of mysterious deaths.

The latter also confirmed

that the coroner's office

has officially ruled out the

possibility of an airborne virus

but is still uncertain as to

what is causing these deaths

and that the possibility

of a contagion

has not yet been dismissed.

In related news, many local

residents have been voicing concerns

about these deaths

being possibly related

to some form

of terrorist activity.

Oh, f***.

We've got a window pane

back here.

The door's unlocked.

Mr. Hartwell,

are you in there?

It's woodmore police.

We found your truck.

We are coming in.

All right,

I'll go inside.

- You check the surroundings.

- Gotcha.


I'm gonna take

a look at the shed.

Uh, Tim, we've got

a situation over here.

Dead birds, white eyes,

like the sh*t at Sophie's

diner type of thing.

All right, screw this.

I'll meet you back at the car.


Oh, sh*t.


Is anybody in there?

- Stop!

- Who's in there?

You've got to get

away from here!

I just wanna talk to you.

No, don't come

any closer. Please!

Is your name Liam?

Are you Liam Hartwell?

Look, we can talk,

but just...

Look, just get away

from the shed.

- Why?

- Goddammit, just do what I say.

You need to get

away from me. Now!


I just wanna talk to you.



Do you know who I am?

No. Who are you?

I was in your truck.

We had an accident.

You were in the truck

with me?

I didn't see you

when I woke up.

Look, I'm sorry, but...

You're gonna have

to help me out here,

'cause I don't remember

any of it.

The truck, the crash, you.


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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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