The Hitchhiker is a short film starring native East Texan, Kyle Overstreet. A witty satire of the Twilight Zone mixed with a Mel Brooks influence and shot on actual black and white 16 mm film, The Hitchhiker is an entertaining short film.

The original story was written for radio and read by Orson Welles of the Mercury theater. Since then it has been adapted for television and the stage. Read more about the history behind this short film online via TheGeekieAwards.com.

Here is an illustration of the film's wit:

"He's following yet always leading like a bad dance partner."

Watch and enjoy an excellent performance by the entire cast featuring White Oak's own, Kyle Overstreet as the narrator, now living and working in Los Angeles.