Evils of the Night (1985) - full transcript

Vacationing teens are systematically kidnapped and taken to a strange, rural hospital, run by a mysterious group that needs their blood.

- What do you think?

Does this look
like a nice place?

- Do you think
anyone else is here?

- I saw a couple down
by the lake over there.

But not to worry,
we're all alone.

- Look under the dash.

- Okay-

- alright, now we can get high.

- Look in the sky.

- Yeah, it's nice.

This is one of the nicest
times I've ever had.

- If you behave yourself, i
have a nice surprise for you.

- What do you mean behave?

- You've been seeing Mary.

- Oh, that's nothing, she
was just giving me some, uh,

some notes for class.

- In her bedroom?

- I'm gonna kill that loudmouth
little brother of hers.

Look, honest.

- It doesn't matter.

- You gonna tease me all night,

or I get a little
action this time?

- Oh, I want you.

- Oh, that's it.


- They always make
these things sticky.

- I know.

Oh wait, oh wait.

- You cracked it.

No, not yet.

Let's take a dip first,

and then I'll give
you your surprise.

- Where's my surprise?

- First let me
clean the sand off.

- I've gotta go see
a man about a dog.

- What?

- I've gotta go to the John.

- Is this kiss and tell, or do
you have another heavy date?

- I'll be right back.

- Come back soon
and then I'll have

another surprise for you.

'Bout time, what
took you so long?

Billy, Billy?

- We're through with donor fc85.

- But she's still alive,
can't we take more out?

- Don't wanna take
a chance on her

dying during the extraction.

- If she dies during
the extraction,

the entire container
will be contaminated.

- We have enough for
another shipment now.

- Oh, don't drop it.

These are the
platelets that not only

stop bone degeneration
in our elders,

they will allow us to survive
for hundreds of years.

Beyond the normal life span.

- Think, Cora.

Without these platelets,
your bones eventually

grow fragile and break, you'd
be dead within 100 years,

but with them, you increase
your life expectancy

by 200 years or more.

- Not all
our people will survive

if we don't increase our
production drastically.

- I think this one's dead.

- No, she'll cling to
life for another 48 hours.

Put her in the others.

- Need your assistance
in extraction room.

- Oh, we must have been
down there over a minute.

I'm still dizzy.

- That's just the
effect of my kissing.

- Oh, I think maybe
it's lack of oxygen.

- Uh yeah?

You wanna try it again?

- Yeah!

This time let's do it deeper.

- Ooh, deeper tongue?

- No, silly, deeper
under the water.

And no tongue, makes me laugh.

- Okay-

♪ see them standing
on the corner

♪ in their black leather jackets

♪ checking out the
ladies walking by

♪ we got the rhythm
of the street

♪ turning up the heat

♪ you know they ain't
looking at your eyes

♪ boys will be boys

♪ they will always be that way

♪ boys will be boys

- I'm gonna go get a drink,
do you wanna come Heather?

- Yeah, absolutely Nancy.

- You guys want anything?

- Yeah, get me a Shirley temple.

No, make that a Bo Derek.

- I'll surprise you.

♪ Boys will be boys

♪ they will always be that way

♪ boys will be boys

♪ they just wanna play

♪ boys will be boys

- isn't that right Ron?

- Right, I also
heard the same thing.

Lake weed makes your hair
shiny, blond, and healthy

and gives your skin that
soft, seductive glow.

- The only thing is
we have to spread it

all over your body.

- And we have to mix it with
sand to get the utmost effect.

- Well guys, let's get started.

What are you doing?


- Why aren't you going
in the water, Brian?

Get you hair wet man, I've
been in the lake all day.

- I need to work on
my tan, gimme a break.

- You need to work on
a lot of things, pal.

- Getting really
cut, you know that?

- You're right, I am.

- Lake weed's great
for your hair, Brian.

♪ Boys will be boys

- do we have any more
Pepsi left, Eddie?

What are you watching, Eddie?

- Oh, Joyce, nothing.

- Nothing my boob.

What's the matter with
this pair, buster?

- Nothing.

Oh no, no, no, come on
honey, no what are you doing?

The matter with you?

- I'm horny for you, baby.

- Well I'm horny for you
too baby, but not here.

Look, I'll tell you what.

Tonight we'll go down to that
deserted house by the highway.

- That creepy place?

No, I want it now.

- I want it now too honey,
but there's so many people

around here, why are you
touching my nipples like that?

No honey, don't.

Okay, okay, no, no, no.

We'll find a way, we'll do
something, we'll do something.

You know, we'll talk.

- One, two, three, four.

- Look at the wimp, he'll
never break my record.

He's already hurting.

Proves once again who's
the better man around here.

- Heather, you're not
counting right anyway.

It should be one thousand
one, one thousand two,

one thousand three,
one thousand four.

- Nancy, I gotta do it the
same way I did for Ron.

- Well don't stop,
keep counting!

- Um, 67, 68.

- What'd I get to?

- I don't know, Nancy
made me lose track.

- I know, let's start over.

" No!

- Anyhow, that's not
the test of a real man.

- Nancy's right, the
real test of a man

is by what he's got hanging.

- Alright, let's see how
long you can hold that

over the fire.

I dare you.

- What are you doing?

- Ron, you burn that and
you're sleeping alone

the rest of your life.

- Ooh, burned you buddy.

- At least I have
something to burn.

- It's no big deal.

- How would you know, Connie?

- Well why make such a big
deal outta such a small thing?

- Ah!

- Jesus, what do you want
everybody to hear us?

- Eddie, I told you, this
place gives me the creeps.

- Honey, it's just
a deserted house.

- It's scary.

- So, consider it a challenge.

Come on, let's go inside.

Watch out for the
spider webs, alright.

You know they say it's haunted.

- Stop it Eddie,
you're scaring me.

- Oh, come on honey, there's
nothing to be afraid of.

Unless you don't like ghosts.

- If you don't knock
it off I'm leaving.

- Okay, okay, okay, I'll
stop, I'll be a good boy.

Come here, gimme a kiss.

You look so pretty.

- Come on Ron,
it's getting late.

- Well there's a proposition
if I ever heard one.

- You probably haven't,
and never will.

- Come on Ron, let's go to bed.

- There they go, at it again.

- Why not, we're getting
married next month.

- I can't wait.

Only 30 more days.

I wish we were
married right now.

- We could be in
Reno by morning.

- Eloping, how romantic.

- They don't have to elope,
we'll all go with them!

- Sure, and you can take
us along on your honeymoon.

- If I have to take you,
forget it, I'll wait a month.

- 30 more long, lonely
nights, sleeping alone

in a cold, empty bed.

- Lot you know.

- Catch you later.

- Bye guys, sleep well.

- Have a good romp in the hay.

- Well, I guess
it's time for bed.

- Yeah, I think it is.

Why don't we go to bed too?

- You're sleeping over there.

- And who's gonna protect you?

- The only protection
we need is from you.

Good night, Brian.

- Fine.

- Why wait any longer?

Let's elope tonight.

- I know how you feel,

but our parents have
everything planned.

- Here we go again
about our parents.

- Sometimes you make me so mad.

- Listen, let's not argue.

I've got a better idea.

Two lips gathered as one.

- What was that?

- What was what?

- I heard something out there.

- Who's out there?

Brian, Brian is that you?

Don't worry, it's just
the sounds of nature.

♪ Your eyes

♪ found their way to my heart

♪ now they're part of my life

♪ every night

♪ ooh baby your touch

♪ has made everything right

♪ when we turn out the light

♪ every night

♪ and each time I hold you

♪ we get carried away

♪ the world stops the
moment that you and I

♪ look in each other's eyes

♪ after all

♪ we found the perfect place

♪ to hide

♪ every night

♪ every night

♪ every night

♪ just knowing you're right

♪ the moon so light

♪ you just call out my name

♪ and I fall, fall in love

- what was that?

- I don't know.

- I heard something.

- So did I.

I'm gonna check it out.

I'll be right back, stay here.

Anybody here?

Well, nobody's here.

- Eddie, I told you this
place gives me the creeps,

can't we go somewhere
else please?

- Joyce, you drive me nuts.

This afternoon you
wanted to make it with me

in front of everybody
on the beach.

Now you won't even
do anything with me.

- Well you want it to
be good, don't you?

- No, right now I just
want it, any way possible.

- Okay, well let's go.

- Alright, alright,
whatever you say.

- Let's go.

- What was that?

- Those are the
sounds of lovemaking.

Amateur lovemaking.

- At least they could
be quiet about it.

- Oh, you're just jealous.

I'm not jealous, I just
think they should show

some consideration for others.

- That's right, Heather,
and I know the perfect way

to show some
consideration for you.

- Shut up, Brian.

- Hey, what's going on?

- Ron!




- Nancy, come out
come out wherever you are!

- Connie, I can't
find them anywhere.

- Maybe a bear got them.

- Both of them?

Don't be ridiculous.

Besides, there would've
been some blood.

They're around here somewhere.

- But where?

I knew I heard
something last night.

- Connie, sometimes i
just don't know about you.

- What do you mean?

- Maybe they went that a way.

- What for?

- Maybe they had to go
to the bathroom, okay?

- But why couldn't they just?

Nevermind, it's possible.

- Hey, aren't you
getting a little too old

to be playing practical jokes?

- Did I scare you?

- Oh yeah, you scared me,
look at me, I'm shaking,

I'm shaking.

- Damn laces.

- Well why don't you tie them?

You're gonna trip on them
and then you're gonna

kill yourself.

- Well they're too
tight, they're too small.

- Why'd you buy them
in the first place?

- I didn't, I kinda found 'em.

- Hello?


Oh hi mister.

We're looking for a
couple of our friends.

You don't know what
happened to them?

- Oh maybe those two young ones

that we saw hitchhiking this
morning at sun-up, remember?

- Hitching?

- Yeah, you know.

- Oh yeah, yeah, hitchhiking,
hitchhiking, you know.

- Why would they do that?

- Probably going to Reno.

- Yeah, that's it,
they went to Reno,

yeah, to get married.

- Well I wouldn't be
surprised the way they were

going at it hot and
heavy last night.

- Nothing to do about it now.

Let's get outta here.

Do you know where
there's a place

to get something
to eat around here?

- Oh yeah Mrs. koch's burgers

down the road a piece there.

- Thanks.

- Appreciate it.

- Bye.

♪ I won't go

♪ until I have a chance

♪ to hold you

♪ you don't know

♪ was every time i
tried to show you

- hey check this out.

- What is it?

- A lizard.

♪ That's alright

♪ I'll just have to hold on

♪ stand and fight

♪ baby when he's gone

♪ you just might

♪ see things my
way but you say no

♪ your eyes

♪ start becoming just
a little bit warmer

r 'til I try

♪ moving in a little bit closer

♪ then you stop

♪ turn away and just
ignore my cries

- excuse me, I believe
these belong to you.

- Excuse me, what's
happening to my car?

- Your car?

Oh, yeah, yeah, we're
still working on it.

- I'll get it.

- Come on, I'll show
you what the problem is.

- Yeah, no.

I don't have any.

Not 'til tonight?

You're coming now?


Try to get you one, yeah.

- There it is,
there's the problem.

It's in the differential,
the gaskets worn out

and we don't have that
size, we got it on order.

We got it on order, that's
what's holding it up.

- Come on, this is
absolutely ridiculous.

- Well don't get
pushy with me, kid.

- Hey what the
hell are you doing?

- Just checking
out the mechanism.

- What about my car?

- Seems like you haven't
been paying attention.

And that can be costly, boy.

Come on, let's get this
one to the hospital.

That was fast, just in time,
we've got one more for you.

- We need at least 10 more.

- We just gave you a
bunch of kids last week.

- Unfortunately most of
them are unusable to us.

They're just too young.

- Well, how we gonna
be able to know

what's good for your research?

- We're only interested
in young people

between the ages of 16
and 24, and no younger.

Do you understand?

- Yeah, we understand,
Cora, don't we Kurt?

- Oh yes, yes of course.

Anything you say.

- Now this is just a
token of our appreciation.

- Thank you Cora,
we'll do our best.

- I must have them in the
next two days, no later.

We've got a deadline.

- We'll make it.

- Remember our agreement.

None of these coins are to
be spent until we're gone.

- What are you doing?

- Don't argue with me, I have
to give you your medication.

- But there's nothing
wrong with me!

- That's for the doctor to say.

- Listen, I know I was
drugged, so was my fiance.

I wanna see my fiance
and I wanna see him now!

- You're not cooperating
with me, I will have

the doctor see you after
i give you the shot.

- There's nothing wrong with me!

I wanna leave!

- Will you be quiet?

- I don't need this!

- Don't!

- No, no, no, no!

- Now stop, let go.

I'll be there at once.

- You used ultimate power.

- It was necessary.

Fc72 almost overpowered me.

- Don't do it too often,
depletes our power supply.

Progress report.

- Fc72 is back to minus 22.

Fc70's unusable.

- Why?

- Antibodies destroyed
her platelets.

Her lungs were
filled with water.

She was injured beyond recovery.

- Those two idiots.

- Well why did we hire them?

- Cora's right, why did we?

- Network analyzed
everyone in the area.

These two were the
best units to help us.

- Well I don't think
they're smart enough

to carry out this program.

- They had to be
unintelligent enough

for us to convince
them for the project.

- And reward them
with gold coins?

- Exactly.

- And it's another swish
by Brian Masterson,

the star forward of the
golden state warriors.

Can nothing stop this
human dunking machine?

- Brian, what are you doing?

- He's pretending to
be a basketball player.

- Aren't basketball players
supposed to be tall?

- What's the matter with me?

- Well compared to them
you're a real midget.

- I'm above average.

- Not in height,
weight, or intelligence.

- Yeah Heather, well
how about length.

- Of your hair?


- Not my hair, you scatterbrain.

My dong.

- Alright, so you have a
dirtier than average mind.

- Now what would you
like to do about it?

- Shut up, Brian!

- You have a one-track mind.

- Ow, where are all
these bugs coming from?

Last night wasn't this bad.

- These are nothing.

Wait 'til midnight when
the full moon's out.

And all these bugs
attract the bats

with fangs that drip saliva.

Blood-sucking vampire bats!

- Brian, stop it, I hate
bats and you know it!

- Brian, be serious for once.

- Why couldn't we have
gone to a bigger town

and had better choices
than these two?

- Network command
analyzed many places,

and they decided that
this was the ideal

secluded college town.

- If that's the case,
what went wrong?

- Where are the students?

- Well, network was
correct up to a point,

but research didn't know
about summer vacations.

The college is closed
until September

which is too late
for our purposes.

- That's ridiculous.

- No, that's typical of network.

- We have two days left.

Any questions?

Proceed with your duties.

- I'm sleeping in the car.

Feel like a pin cushion.

- Great.

Looks like you and me tonight.

- You are staying here
with your friends.

Since they don't bother you,
you can sleep with them.

- Somehow I figured as much.

You'll never know
what you're missing.

You'll never know
what real pleasure is.

- We'll never know
what we're missing.

- Real pleasure, ooh.

- Shoot.

- Let's see if we can
get some real music

in this godforsaken wilderness.

- Not country, I hate country.

- I sure am glad we're
sleeping in the car tonight.

Last night I had
this eerie feeling

that something was watching us.

- What do you mean, something?

- Something hairy, like a bear!

I was really scared.

- Don't be scared,
Brian will protect us.

- Do you think we were
a little rough on Brian?

- He can take it.

But I feel kinda sorry for him.

Listen, I'll tell you a secret.

- What?

- If he were to come
into the car right now,

grab me, start making love,

I'd, well, oh hell Connie
I'd have the time of my life.

But I'm not ready for
anything serious yet.

- Well, does it
have to be serious?

Couldn't it just be
a little, you know?

- Are you crazy?

With him it wouldn't
be a little, you know.

It's be the big o.

- Wow.

- How 'bout you, Connie?

Have you ever had the big o?

- Well, not yet, but I'm
waiting for the big one.

With fireworks and everything.

- Do you have anybody in mind?

- Yeah.


- who is Andy?

- Prince Andrew.

Just him and I on
an island all alone,

running naked and making love.

- That's some imagination.

- What was that?

- I don't know.

That wasn't funny, Brian!

- You expect me to sleep
out in the woods by myself?

- Going camping was your idea!

- I'm gonna kill you, Brian!

- Well hell you might as well.

I'm sleeping by myself tonight.

- Goodnight Connie.

- Goodnight Heather,
watch out for the bears.

(' He)', my car!

Where you going?

Hey, Connie, Heather,
where you going?

Hey, Connie, Heather!

- Brian?

Brian, this isn't very funny.

What, oh shit!


- Oh no!

- Ah!

- Let go, oh, let go of me!

- Somebody be home, please!

- What can I do for you?

- Help me please, two men,
they're trying to kill me!

- I don't understand,
what men, where?

- We were camped out in
our car on the campground

when this man got in our
car and drove us here

and him and this other man
tried to grab me and my friend

and we ran and I don't
know what happened to her!

Oh please, you gotta help me!

- Of course I'll help you,

of course I'll help
you, calm down.

It's alright.

- Oh, I'm so glad
to see somebody.

Thank you, please call
the police, please.

- Sure, I'll definitely
call the police,

I'll telephone them right
away, calm down, calm down.

You'll be safe
here, it's alright.

It's alright, come on in.

- Hey, thanks for stopping,
i really appreciate this.

I have kind of a small problem.

My friends took off with my car

and left me stranded out
here and I think they went

into town, I was just gonna
see if you could give me

a ride in, I'd
really appreciate it.

- Oh certainly young man,
happy to do it, jump in.

- Great.

- Nice to have company
on such a night.

Mind if we stop for gas?

- No, not at all.

- Good.

- Connie, Connie, stop crying.

Crying's not gonna help.

We gotta think of a way
out of this, Connie.



- What?

- Hey we're okay, nothing's
gonna happen to us.

- Oh those crazy men, what
do they want from us, Brian?

- Oh that awful
old wrinkled man.

He had his hands all over me!

- Heather, I swear to you,
when we get out of this,

I'm gonna kill him.

- How are we gonna get out?

Look at us tied like
pigs ready to roast.

- Don't worry, we'll
get out, somehow.

- We're never gonna
get outta here!

- I want outta here!

- If they thought
anyone could hear us

they would have gagged us.

- Zarma, Cora, come in here.

Progress report, Dr. zarma.

- The female donor
fc72 is doing well,

but her blood pressure
is still very low.

- How is her
positive circulation?

- Minus 22.

- I wish I had the
same good news.

This donor did not survive
the extraction process.

- Cora checked all his
elements, he was normal.

- I know, Dr. zarma,
but those two idiots

beat him up too badly.

Since you two are gonna
be the unit masters

of the next project, let me
explain the procedure briefly.

The donor must be young
and in good health.

- Why can't we use older people?

- Because of the
incidence of death.

We need the strength
of young people

to survive the pheresis
extraction process.

- Remember, the
essence of this process

is the removal of maximum
number of platelets

from the human body.

As people grow older,
the platelets degenerate.

You see Cora, if the skin
isn't free of scars and bruises

when the platelets are
removed, the skin will rupture.

- Without the platelets
the blood does not clot

and the donor bleeds to death.

- As this one just did.

I'm ready for the next one.

- Your assistance is needed
in the extraction room.

- 50 years, never enough.

Every day, same goddamn
thing over and over.

- Yeah Kurt it gets boring
but just one more day

and you won't have to
push a broom again.

How 'bout that, huh?

Enough is enough!

Come on Kurt, let me
buy you a beer before

I have to go to the hospital.

- Hey Fred.

What are you gonna
do with your gold?

- What am I gonna
do with my gold?

I got big plans, man.


See, look.

The women go 'round with
no clothes on, ha ha,

all day every day.

- Hey, not bad.

But I figure I'm gonna
buy me a big castle

with hot and cold running
maids naked all around me.


- Just like the ones in there?

- Yeah, ain't they something?

Sure like to hump one of 'em.

- Why not, we've done it before.

- Not a bad idea.

- Yeah.

Oh yes, Cora.

We still have the
three, you want 'em now?

Oh, okay, I'll be there shortly,

I'm on my way.

They don't want
'em 'til midnight.

- Don't they ever sleep?

- I guess not, you
know they been at it

for two solid weeks now.

- No rest for the wicked, eh?

- I think I cut my hand loose!

- That a girl, i
knew we'd get out.

- If I could just
get it a little more.

- Alright.

- Hurry, please!

- I can't get it, it's tight!

- Hurry, please!

- Someone's coming, get back.

- What do I do?

- Get back, pretend
you're still tied.

Grab something, anything.

- I'll kill you,
you son of a bitch!

- Hit him!

- Hit him again!

Get him!

- Hit him again!

- Don't let him get away!

- Stay away, Connie!

- Run, Connie!


- Go, get out!

Watch out!

Grab something, grab something!

Hit him!

- Run!

- Hurry up, Connie!

- Just run!

" Go!


No, no!

- No, no!

- You bastard, you
filthy son of a bitch!

If I get my hands on
you, you're a dead man!

Dead, god damn you!

God damn you.

- No, no, not him!

No, no, not him!

Oh no!

- No, Brian.

- Fred, Fred!

- Yeah.

- Our project will
be finished tonight.

You will receive double payment

for any more donors you bring

before we leave tonight.

- I'll bring the rest of
them over in a little while.

- Oh, so you wanna
play first, eh?

- You son of a bitch, keep your
hands off of her, you scum.

- What's the matter, stud?

Don't you wanna share?

- You filthy bastard.

- One more word
outta you and I'll...

- you better kill me mister,

because if I ever get
loose, you're dead.

- You ain't never
gonna get loose.

When I get through
with her, Dr. kozmar's

going to suck out all the blood

and the both of you'll
look like burlap bags.

- Stop it, you're crazy!

- So I'm crazy.

But at least I know what
to do with girls like you.

- No listen, I didn't mean it.

- I've heard about
trash like you.

Come on man, just
leave her alone!

- Go on, sit down.

- You're a dead man pal, you
touch her, I'm gonna kill you!

Hit him, hit him again, Heather!

Run Heather, get outta here!

Grab something Heather.

Get the hammer, hit him!


Help me, please,
please, please help!

Please, oh please.

Oh, oh, oh no!

- Just what do you
think you're doing?

- Oh, no!

No, no, no, no, no!

- Let us depart.

- I have one more donor to go.

- We haven't got time.

The commuter ship is here.

- But we've not
completed our processing.

- Nothing we can do about it.

Contact Cora at once, tell
her to prepare to depart.

- There's no response.

- That's impossible.

- Oh my wisdom,
they've expunged her.

- We must depart now.

- Yes Dr. kozmar.

- Notify all the
guards to come down.

Signal green alert immediately.

- No, no, no, no!

- You killed my friend, my best
friend, my lifelong friend!

I'm gonna kill every one of you!

- Get out of here!

Watch out!


Oh, I've never been so glad
to see anybody in my life.

What happened to him?

- He bled to death.

Come on, let's get
the hell out of here.