After having an acrimonious argument with his girlfriend, Greg Wallace takes his vicious temper out on the wrong person: a wandering vagrant. As luck would have it, this is not just any wandering vagrant, but one who retains powerful grudges against those who do him wrong. Later when Greg is involved in a serious accident in which he breaks both his legs, the vagrant is the only person who finds him. But rescue, however, is the last thing on the vagrant's mind: he wants retribution. Too isolated for help to reach him and with his condition rapidly deteriorating, Greg is forced to engage in a psychological game of cat and mouse with the evil transient which ends up dragging in innocent passers-by and even those Greg cares about. A ruthless battle of wills ensues with every manner of Red Herring thrown in along the way, leading to a shattering climax.Written by
When cast and crew assembled at the forest location during one particular weekend in 2007, they discovered a large portion of it had been burnt and was still smoldering due to fires being lit over the preceding Halloween holiday. Austin Prior (The Drifter) thought it was very atmospheric and suggested they should try to incorporate it into the movie somehow. Director Peter Bergin improvised a few shots on the spot, one of which actually ended up becoming a replacement dream sequence that further emphasized the Drifter's possible supernatural origins. See more »
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