A night of Spring Break partying turns into a living nightmare for student Mary Murdock after she hits a bump on a dark road and returns home to find a man dangling from her car's bumper. When he grabs her as she approaches to help, Mary frantically hits him until his bloody body stops moving. Panicked, she buries him in the secluded woods and returns home to cover her trail. But when it becomes clear that the crazed man is alive and has escaped his grave only for revenge, she stops worrying about evidence and starts worrying about surviving the night. With a vengeful madman following her every move, Mary learns that some accidents are deadly even after they've cleared the road.
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.
The problem in my opinion is the directing. Way to much camera angles , very 'artsy" and the story gets drowned.
The lead actress does a cool job given the unavoidably claustrophobic nature of the story.
Overall, it's a pretty decent and fun B-movie to watch.