Jane’s car breaks down in the outskirts of a small-town, and starts to experience supernatural activity connected to the ghost of a mass shooter.

Director’s Statement

I was walking my dogs super early one morning while it was still pitch black, and then a parked car flashed its lights at us. Then the lights turned off. At first I was annoyed, and then scared when I realized nobody was in the vehicle. I wanted to run away immediately, but then my dogs felt it was the right time to do their business (they know no fear). It was in that moment, while picking up doggy poop, that the idea for Hazard hit me. Any driver will tell you that at some
point your car will break down, and you just better hope it never happens at night because you never know what or who might be out there waiting for you.