Trooper Dennis Wells drives through the storm and pulls over at a diner for a break. The waitress notices that something is wrong with him and Dennis mentions there was a massacre at a motel in a neighboring county. The police don’t know if it was a gang crazed on drugs or someone else. Outside, a family from Denver pulls up in their station wagon. They come in for something to eat and Dennis knows that it’s no night for driving and offers to drive them back to their hotel...Read the full recap
Price: Listen, I came home walking on the bodies of my friends. Now you think you know what that's like?
Bob: War is over, Mr. Price, no need to bring it back.
Price: Bring it back? It never went away, not for me!
Price: Mr. Trooper, you don't want me in your territory, believe me. Not with the body count I've got in my head.