This week legendary horror director Stuart Gordon, the man responsible for such classic cult hits as Re-Animator and From Beyond, unleashes his latest thriller entitled Stuck. In the film, a cornrowed retirement home caregiver (Mena Suvari) hits a man that becomes wedged in the windshield of her car. Afraid of the circumstances that could follow, she parks the car in her garage and waits for the man to die. The incident is based on a hit and run that actually happened in Fort Worth, Texas, and has since become a bit of local folklore in the area. With Stuck, Gordon has brought this urban legend roaring to life. And now he is speaking out on behalf of the film. To watch our exclusive interview with Gordon, click on the video clip below:
Stuck will be released on May 30th in theaters across the country.
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