Karen has to take a ride in Frank's car. He's travelling with his wife, on his way to sell computer chips, which he obtained illegally. He suspects his wife is being unfaithful and tragic things happen, following a discussion. Karen escapes, reaching a lab where a scientist has discovered how to go back in time, and she returns by accident some minutes before the violent events. Then she tries to make things better, but things tend to become worse, as time cycles keep being repeated.
On a lonely Texas road, time, space and murder are about to collide.
Did You Know?
Temperatures soared to over one hundred degrees on almost every day throughout the shooting of this movie. Moreover, thirty mile-per-hour windstorms were a common occurrence in the afternoons. As a direct result of the latter, crew members were often forced to wear goggles and face masks in order to protect themselves from the harsh elements. See more
Frank racks his slide-action shotgun repeatedly without having fired it. Every one after the first he would be ejecting live rounds. See more
Women. Can't live with them, can't blow their heads off.
References The Hitcher
DON'T LET THE DOORKNOB HIT YA
Performed by Chris Anderson
Written by Marcus Barone
and Kristin Pickett
Courtesy of Marcus Barone Music See more