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You know how people say "you're okay in my book" or "in my book, that's no good"? Well, I actually have a book, and everybody I ever meet goes in this book, and now I've met you and you're going in the book. Only I'm afraid I must file you under chicken shit.
— Stuntman Mike

Stuntman Mike McKay is an ageing Hollywood stunt double and serial killer who targets young, unsuspecting women. His modus operandi is stalking his victim before inviting them into his modified muscle car, which is equipped with a roll cage making it "death proof" for the driver, and intentionally crashing it killing the victim.

Mike first appears in Austin, Texas, where he strikes up a conversation with radio DJ Jungle Julia and her friends Arlene and Shannon at a bar. Despite initial tension, Mike charms the girls, who leave for their weekend trip with their friend Lanna while he brings Julia's old classmate Pam home in his car. In reality, Mike's friendliness is a ruse, and he smashes Pam's head into the dashboard before crashing into Lanna's car, killing everyone, though he is unharmed. As he was sober while everyone else was drunk, the police are forced to let him go, though Ranger Earl McGraw suspects Mike's true nature and forces him to leave town.

Fourteen months later, Mike finds a new batch of victims in the form of Abernathy Ross, Kim Mathis, Lee Montgomery, and Zoe Bell, four women who work various jobs in Hollywood and are getting together between films. After stalking from afar and taking pictures, Mike attacks Abernathy, Kim, and Zoe while they're test-driving a 1970 Dodge Charger, leading to a high-speed chase that culminates in Zoe being flung from the hood of the car and Kim shooting Mike in the shoulder. Shocked at his injury, Mike flees, and the girls pursue him, crashing his car off the road before dragging him out and beating him to death.

Battle vs. The Driver (Drive) (by BeastMan14)[]

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