Dead Run: A former hell-raising, now down-on-his-luck trucker accepts a last-chance job hauling condemned souls to Hell. The souls are taken by the trailer load to a complex of metal buildings filled with flames and the screams of the doomed, surrounded by barbed wire fences and faceless guards, in general resembling a prison. Something's wrong, though, as many of the souls seem to be wrongly condemned, and have huddled together to try to make sense of the situation and to help and protect themselves from the true demons. The trucker is upset by this, and tries to discuss it with his peers, but they tell him look the other way and mind his own business, judgment is not his problem. He tries to see 'the head man', but discovers that God, very busy with world affairs, has turned the job of judging over to a very conservative underling, who condemns based on the smallest of sins. The trucker decides to take matters into his own hands, and on his next run, stops and questions the souls ...
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"The Leprechaun Artist" has no closing narration. "Dead Run" has no opening narration. See more