A white-collar worker down on his luck (Stephen Rea) gets hit by a car late one night and plunges halfway through the windshield; the driver (Mena Suvari), still flying on ecstasy after leaving a club, is so stunned she continues home, hides her car in the garage, and leaves her victim to suffer alone in the dark. “You should have watched where you were going,” she tells him as he stares in disbelief, bloodied and pinned down by glass shards and a snapped wiper that’s punctured his gut. As the title of this splatter comedy by writer-director Stuart Gordon (Re-Animator) indicates, he’s like a bug stuck to her windshield, and that’s about the level of humanity and insight one can expect here. 85 min.