Bit (2009) - Watch Online. Directed by Rick Sam

Genres Horror     Short    
Writers Rick Sam (writer)
Country Canada
Language English
Runtime 16 min
Plot ... search for Bit on IMDb

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  • Bit (2009) - IMDb

    Directed by Rick Sam. With Rick Sam. A woman is driving home to see her parents. Unexpectedly, her car breaks down she has no choice but to accept a ride from another motorist. Who, in the right mind, would do such a thing especially when there's a killer on the loose.

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    rick sam seas mamertz sweet_mahi Welcome Publish Image - Publish Soapbox - Publish Poem ... All Poems - All Soapbox: 8-bit clean "Eight-bit clean" is a term which describes a computer system that deals correctly with extended character sets which (unlike ASCII) use all eight bits of a byte.

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