Summary: "Hit and Run" is one of those films that has thrills and scares the spectator really well when it works. Some of the action sequences are exhilarating, especially toward the end and especially for a low-budget horror flick. The scenes in the dark woods were good.
Summary: Alright, I really enjoyed this movie, but it compared to I Know What You Did Last Summer. This movie featured the hot Lauara Breckenridge, recently seen in 2009's Amusement. In this stalker shocker, she plays a college student who is trying to enjoy spring break and winds up having too much to drink...
Summary: I wouldn't consider this really a horror film, it's more of a thriller in the sense that typical horror films stick to a strict formula. Killer preys on victims then victim eventually wins. This movie throws that all out the window.
Summary: This is a funny movie and a scary movie, a senseless movie and a stupid movie. It has all the elements that make up a good movie, but yet it is still not a good movie. It's not a bad movie either...how can this be? It has scary parts. It has funny parts. Every few minutes the story changes..
Summary: "Hit and Run" is a cool little low-budget horror that is more than meets the eye, IMO. One of the wackiest horror films I've seen in a while. Cm'on the girl's tied down on a bumper with Xmas lights and taken for a wild ride on those dark roads as revenge? You got to be kidding me! Great stuff.
After a slow start this film turns dark and ugly. It will hang with you
19 January 2009
Summary: Driving home drunk a young lady hits a bump in the road and thinking nothing of it continues on her way home. Later that night hearing noises she finds that the bump wasn't nothing, rather it was a man who is now mashed into the grill of her car.
Summary: Watching "hit and run" is not a comfortable experience. Beyond the obvious gut-wrenching events of the film, it will make you wonder. "What would I do in a similar situation?". the story is pretty ambiguous which is good. you don't know who to sympathize with. Emser or the girl.
Summary: Interesting plot, pure minimalist horror. It starts off well when Mary Murdock (played by Laura Breckinridge) drives home drunk from a party and has a near-accident on the road. She thinks she just missed a tire in the road, but she has another thing coming.
Summary: To tell you the truth, I don't know what to think of this movie. On the one hand it's pretty creepy, nightmarish and well made, but on the other hand its entire premise is weird and ridiculous.