Howl (2015) - full transcript

When passengers on a train are attacked by a creature, they must band together in order to survive until morning.

Excuse me, sir, is this
the right train to Newhaven?

Yeah. Next train
on this platform, sir.
Thank you very much.


- Malcolm, Malcolm.
- Evening, guv.

Uh, right, 11:30, Newhaven.
Done and done.

-Thank you very much.

Bad news?


- Right. Congratulations.
- Ken called in sick.

Looks like you're on
the Eastborough red-eye.

- Tonight?
- Mm-hmm.

Hang on,
I've just done my shift.

They must all be law-abiding
citizens on your trains.

You haven't issued
a penalty fare in six weeks.

Or are you just not man enough?

- I'll do it.
- Good boy.

Platform nine.

You alright, love?

Good evening,
ladies and gentlemen.

This is your guard speaking.

I would like to
welcome you aboard

the 23:59 Alpha Trax
service to Eastborough,

calling at Morsley Junction,
Woolscot, Edgcombe,

Abington Cross, Wychford,
Christchurch, Barrock's Hill,

Old Milton, and arriving
at Eastborough at 1:48.

I'd like to remind you

to have your tickets
ready for inspection.

Thank you.

Tickets, please.

Ta. Lovely. Thank you, madam.

Tickets and passes, please.

Tickets, please.

Good, thank you, sir.

Excuse me, madam, tickets.

I'll get that for you.

[growling / barking]

Obviously not a fan of trains.

Nasty man.

Tickets, please.

Thank you, madam.

Ticket, please.

What? Oh, christ. Um...

Hang on.

No rush, you're alright.

[woman] That's weird.

I had it this morning.

Today has just been a complete
nightmare. Let's see...

If you don't have a valid pass

I have to charge the full fare.

What? Seriously? I take
this train every single day.

Those are the rules.

Where is it you're traveling to?



That's gonna be £39 then,

- Thank you.
- Ta.

Apologies. Just wait
for your change.


That's lovely, thank you.

Tickets, please!
Can I see your tickets, please?

Thank you, sir.

[ticketless woman]
Why don't you get a proper job?

It was so great.
The guys, they were so hot.

I'll go tomorrow.
About 12ish, is that alright?

We'll go home, get changed,
and I can wear shorts.

It was brilliant.
I wish you were there.

Tickets and passes, please.

I ran so hard I wet myself.
Yeah... It's really boring.

But the party was amazing,
you'd have loved it.

It was what you
thought it was gonna be.

Can I see your ticket, please?

It was a great night.
You should've been there.

I know! Well, yeah.
It was so brilliant.

- Tickets, please?
- Yeah, that'll be really cool.

- I like that. Yeah. Anyway...
- Can you get off your phone?

- You're in a quiet zone.
- Yeah. That'll be really cool.

- Anyway, he's such a boring--
- Miss?

- I know, right?
- Thank you.

Oh, my God, this guy
is totally staring at my tits.

Such a perv.

What can I say? It's not
my fault. It was so funny.


Thank you. Ta.

Tickets, please.

Thank you, sir.

Can I see your ticket, please?

Thank you.

Tickets, please. Thank you.

- Any coffee?
- See your tickets, please.

For you, sir?

[woman] Chicken?

[guard] Thanks.

- Hiya.
- Alright?

[woman] £1.85, please.

Didn't realize
you were on tonight.

Yeah, double shift.

Trying to save as much
as I can this month.

Oh, right. Yeah.
Dave's done the same to me.

- You still trying to go?
- I haven't decided yet.

I don't wanna be serving chicken
sandwiches the rest of my life.

- No.
- Yes?

[man] Coffee, white,
two sugars, please.

And why would you?

[she chuckles]

Sorry about your promotion.

David told me.

- Oh.
- I think he told everyone.

That doesn't surprise me.

Ah, it's not the end of
the world.

Something else better
will come up, I'm sure.

Well, you should try again.

You know, you're good
with the passengers.

People like you.


Do you want to go for a drink
later on?

Um... Um...

Well, I don't think
anywhere will be open.

Yeah, no, probably not.

Um, I'm on again in the morning,


I better get on,
but good luck next time.

Oh, it was just a
spur-of-the-moment thing.

Don't worry about it.

I meant with the
supervisor application.


Need a piss.

Well done. That went well, mate.

[crashing / brakes screech]

[train screeches to a halt]

[rain / thunder]

[Loud Static Noise]
[PA] This is the driver.
Sorry for the bump.

Seems we hit something
on the line.

Please remain seated. We
should be on our way shortly.

Thank you.

- You alright?
- Yeah, I'm fine.

- That was quite a ride, mate.
- Sorry about that, sir.

- Yeah.
- You alright, Ellen?

Look at this mess.

Don't worry about the mess,
we'll sort that out.

No, I'll do that.
No, no, no. I'll do that.

[passenger] Allow me.

- [Ellen] Thanks!
- Any time.

- Are these yours?
- Cheers, yeah.

Mine, too. Thank you.

Maybe you should
check on the others?

Right, yeah. OK.
You're both sound, fine?

Yeah, I think we got it covered.

[guard] Is everybody alright
down here? Madam, you alright?

Yes, yes, but what happened?

Have we crashed?
Did we come off the tracks?

We're trying to get
to the bottom of it.

You should have seat belts
if you wanna stop like that.

I hear you.
Sir, let me help you with these.

- [woman] Ged, please!
- [girl] Did we come off?

- [guard] Let me take these.
- [Ged] I'll do it!

We're alright. It's her
you wanna worry about.

- [woman] Ged!
- Just take a seat for me.

- [woman] Calm down.
- Miss, you alright?

I've gotta call my mum.
I could have died.

- Are you OK, though?
- If this is broken, I will sue.

I understand your concern,
but you need to calm down.

Don't touch me, pervert!

- Are you alright?
- What do you think?

- You alright, mate?
- Yeah. We going soon, or what?

Yeah, yeah. I'm just waiting
to hear from the driver.

Just take it easy for a minute

You alright down there, sir?

- I dropped my book.
- Dropped your book...

Right, hang on.

Are you alright?

Sir, here's your book.
Here you go, sir.

Oh, thanks. I've lost my page
now. I'd just got to a good
bit as well.

I think you'll be alright, mate.
Just stay there and keep calm.

Driver, this is the guard.



Ladies and gentlemen, apologies
once again for the delay.

I'm still waiting on word
from the driver.

Thanks for your patience.

[thunder rumbles]

Dear, oh, dear.

Come on, sausage. Come here.

[leaves rustle behind him]

[leaves rustle again]

[music plays from phone /
she sings along]

♪ It's Sunday as we rock ♪

♪ Dancing round the room ♪

♪ Hear a stranger
as she knocks ♪

♪ Put a letter in a box ♪

♪ It's Sunday as we rock ♪

♪ Dancing round the room ♪

[music continues]

[faint rasping sound]




[driver screams /
creature slobbers]

Oh, found my page!

[music plays on phone]

[door opens]

This is a no smoking train,

Piss off.

You want me to get out and push?

[turns volume up on music]

I don't believe this.

What's happening?
I tried knocking.

He's not answering
the intercom either.




Maybe you should keep an eye
on the passengers.

Well, they wanna know
what's going on.

Perhaps give them some food
or something, keep them sweet.

Not much left.

[guard] Better than nothing.

No sign?

[faint growling]

Hello. Hello. Um...
We seem to have broken down

just outside Eastborough.
I think...

I think it must be
Thornton Forest.

And we can't seem
to locate our driver.

Just looking for some advice
on how to proceed, over.

[man] Tell me about it. We've
got chaos out there tonight.

[line breaks up] We've got trees
down... signal failures...

- ETA for replacement...
- [static]

- Sorry, go again on the ETA?
- Four hours?

The storm brought down
a lot of trees.

You want me to stay on this
skanky train? Fuck right off.

What does the driver say?
Does he think he can fix it?

The driver...

He's working on it.

Right, so he might be able
to get us going again?

No... I don't know... Maybe?

Is the train broken down or not?

[glamorous woman]
What did he actually say?

I haven't been able to speak
to him. I can't get through.

What? Forget it,
I'll ask him myself.

- You can't do that.
- Well, watch me do that.

No, we don't know where he is.

[glamorous woman] Sorry?

Are you telling us
the driver is missing?

Oh, my God.

- He didn't come back.
- Where's he gone?

I don't know.
I'm trying to work on it.

I didn't want to worry you
so I didn't say anything.

Well, that didn't really work,
did it?

I don't suppose you know how to
drive it? The train, I mean.

I'm afraid not.

You need to get your
supervisor on the radio.

[glamorous woman] My husband
has high blood pressure.

He can't wait here all night.

- I want my money back.
- [all talk at once]

Please just calm down.

[all continue talking]

- [man] Alright!
- [everyone falls silent]

Thank you.

Now, the way I see it,
we've got two options.

Either we all sit here and
compose our complaint letters,

or we actually do something
about it.

- Like what?
- Like use those wiggly things

on the end of your legs
and walk on out of here.

The station can't be more than,
what, a two-mile walk?

Three, max. We might even get
a phone signal before then.

- I'm in.
- [passengers all agree]

Wait, wait, wait. No, no!
You can't just...

Safety protocol clearly states
passengers must stay

on the train and await
assistance. Those are the rules.

- [glamorous woman] Ridiculous.
- It's not. I will lose my job.

Sir! You can't get out of there
without any keys.

- And do you have some keys?
- Yes.

- Would you kindly use them?
- No.

- Come on!
- No. I will lose my job.

I can't open the door.

Listen,We can follow the tracks,
all stay together,

I don't see there'll be
a problem.

- [blond man] Yeah, come on.
- It's stopped raining now.

- [glamorous woman] Please.
- [blond man] Come on.


I can't leave the train
with these pensioners.


You just make sure you keep up,

Come on!

Wouldn't you rather spend
the night in your own bed?


Get your keys out.

[glamorous woman] Please.

[sigh] Enough of this.

I'm gonna lose my job
for doing this.

[all talk]


[all talk]

Come on. Come on, then.

- [Ellen] OK?
- [guard] Yes, fine, come on.

[guard] Just keep straight
down there. Down there.

Keep this side of the...
Wait up there, please.

- Want a hand?
- [Ellen] I'll hold your arm.

[guard] Queue up there,
please, madam.

[assertive man] No, I'm first.
OK, I'll go first.

- Bit of a drop, isn't it?
- [guard] You'll be alright.

Perhaps you won't.

Keep going down.
Keep going down.

- OK...
- [guard] Careful.


[Ellen] Alright?

There's a rail here you've
just got to get your foot on.

- [guard] There...
- [Ellen] Right... Ooh, OK.

[Ged] Thank you very much.

Last but not least.


- Thanks.
- It's my pleasure.

Five, six, seven...

Right, stick together, please.
Mind your step out here.

I'll light the path.

I'll light the track.

That's the long metal thing that
the train goes on, is it, boss?

Stick together, please.

- I'm Nina.
- Billy.

- Hey!
- Fuel leak.


- Ooh!
- Why don't you walk with me?

We don't want you
falling over in the dark.

[low-level chatter continues]

[guard] Stick together, please!

- Recognize where we are?
- Could be Thornton Forest.

[low growling]

[All Talk]

[assertive man]
Can you hurry up at the front?

I want to get there tonight.

[overlapping chatter continues]

[Nina] Not exactly
a favorite pastime of mine,

trekking through the woods.

[chatter continues]


Don't worry, it's just
a deer or something.

[conversation resumes]


Come on, guys,
it's getting closer now.

Do you think
it could be the driver?

Why would he be in the bushes?

[glamorous woman] I don't know,

it just sounds like it could be.

- [guard] Just wait here.
- Can we not just keep on going?

[assertive man]
What do you mean "wait here"?

[Nina] You can't just leave us.

- [Ellen] I'll find out.
- Where are you going?

- [Nina] Leave us on our own.
- [people mutter]

- [smart woman] Where's he gone?
- [Billy] Come on!

Joe, what is it?

Oh, God.

Go. Go.


[Ellen] Back on the train,


[growling / snarling]


- [Joe] Back to the train.

[assertive man] Hurry!

- Come on!
- [panicked yells]

[Ellen] Joe, hurry!

[several passengers]
Where's the key?

- [assertive man] Hurry up!
- [Joe] I'm trying, I'm trying!

- [Ellen] Quick!
- [panicked yells]

Alright, go. Go, go, go, go!

- [Nina] Quickly!
- [Billy] Hurry up.

- [all yell]
- Joe, get in!

- Joe, get in!
- Wait!

Come on!

- [Ged] Wait!
- Hurry, come on. Hurry!

- [assertive man] Get in, quick.
- [Ellen] Come on, Joe!

[Ged] Wait!

[Joe] Let's go, come on!


- [glamorous woman] Help me!
- [Joe] Get in, get in! In, in!

- [creature snarls]
- [Joe] Shut the fucking door!


[creature growls /
woman screams]

[creature snarls]

[she wails]

We need to move her.
Someone help me get her up!



[Ellen] We need to get her up.

Help me, please. Lift, lift.

- [Joe] And lift. Lift her up.
- [Ellen] Come on. OK, lift.

Calm down, shh, calm down.

Everyone, step back!

- [Nina screams]
- [Ellen] We'll lie her down.

- [Joe] Try and calm her down.
- Here, take this.

[assertive man]
Alright, wrap it round.

Above the wound. Tighter!
Pull it down. Step back.

[yelling from other carriage]

[Billy] What can you see?

[man with glasses]
I can't see anything!

[Ellen] Get the first aid kit!
And water!

- [sobs]
- Shh.

Breathe, breathe.

- Hurry up.
- [Ellen] Get some water!

- [glamorous woman sobs]
- You'll be fine.

- Shh...
- [Ellen] Breathe, breathe.

[assertive man]
Everybody just stay calm!

I don't know what I'm doing.

[guttural groaning]

Oh, my God, I don't know
what I'm doing.

Pressure on,
get the pressure on!

- What do you see?
- I can't see anything!

The door! Is it secure?

[Ged] Check the door.

[glamorous woman screams]

[Billy] Just over there.

[loud thud]

[assertive man]
What the fuck was that?


Keep her quiet, for fuck's sake!

[smart woman] Shh...

[muffled screaming / shushing]

- [groans]
- Get her to shut the fuck up.



- [scraping]
- What is that?


[muffled sobbing]

Fuck. Fuck.


[gasping breaths]

- [Nina whimpers]
- Shh...

[glamorous woman moans]


[distant howling]

It's gone. It's gone. It's gone.

[glamorous woman sobs / moans]

We've got to get her
to a hospital.

We need to get her
to a hospital.

Joe, we've got to call someone.
Joe! Joe!

Joe. Joe...

Joe! Joe!
We need to call someone.

We need to call... call someone.
Just get someone, Joe.

Now! Now! Go, now!

[static crackles]

[Joe] This is the Eastborough
sprinter service

requesting immediate
emergency assistance.





[Billy] You alright, mate?

Yeah. Yeah, fine.

This was working earlier.

How about getting the engine

I haven't got the first clue
about trains. Do you?

I know engines.
Dirt bikes, lawnmowers.

It's my old man's business,

- There's your problem.
- [Joe] The fuel leak?

The line must have split
when we crashed.

There might be some left
in the tank, but...

without pressure we ain't gonna
be able to restart her.

We're going nowhere
till it's patched.

I better tell the others.

[electricity crackles]

[low growling]

We're just gonna have to sit
tight and wait for help.

My wife needs medical attention

And meanwhile we're just
a train full of bear bait.

[Nina] It wasn't a bear.

Bears don't howl.

What was it then, a wolf?
A dog couldn't do that.

There haven't been any bears or
wolves round here for centuries.

What animal did that to her?

It wasn't an animal.

It was more like a man.

[Ged] Just lie back, love.
You need to rest.

[glamorous woman] No, you're not
listening. You don't understand.

It wasn't an animal.

She's in shock.

What happened to the driver?


What aren't you telling us?

[noises in train]

[loud thud]


- That's inside the train.
- Inside?

What are you doing?
No, that's not a good idea.

Oh, fuck.

[loud bang]



You've got a knife, right?

Why would I have a knife?

[banging / rattling continues]

[noise is closer]

Get a key!

Hurry up!

- No, no!
- Fuckin' hell!

Ow! Oh, fuck!


Stinks of piss down here.

Who are you?

He's one of the passengers
from earlier. Help him up.

I don't-- I don't believe this.

So... So what you're saying... that we've definitely
gone past Barrock's Hill?

Have you not heard anything
we just told you?

No signal. What a surprise.

I can't believe
I missed my stop.

It's great to have you on board.

[glamorous woman moans]

Try to hold still, love.

- She's got a fever.
- Shock?

I've dealt with a dog bite

but I don't know what I'm doing.

Ellen, just sit down,
stay calm for a minute.

Sit down.

There you are.

You OK?

What's wrong with her?

They're looking after her,
don't worry.

She'll be fine.

There was so much blood.

My daughter's got shoes
like those. They're cool.


She cannot wait
to be a teenager.

She hardly ever talks
to me anymore.

She says that I embarrass her.

You seem pretty nice.

- My mum's my best friend.
- Really?

There's hope for me yet, then.

Won't she wonder where you are?

No. She's usually in bed
by the time I get home,

and weekends she's with her dad,
so I never...


It's back.

[loud bang]

What the fuck is that?

[loud bang]

- Maybe someone's come to...
- Shh...


[football man]
What the fuck is it?

[Joe] Stay back.

[assertive man]
Where's it going?

[Joe] Just be quiet. Shh.

[phone rings]

- [Joe] Whose phone is that?
- [football man] Not mine!

- [assertive man] What the fuck?
- [Joe] It must be someone's!

[assertive man]
Someone's got reception!

- [Ellen] It's yours. Answer it!
- Oh, my God. It's me.

[assertive man]
Well, answer it, then.

- Hello? Hello?
- Who is it?

Mum, you've got to listen to me.
Something's happened.

- Tell her where we are.
- Please, Mum, no, please.

- Give me the phone.
- Tell her where we are!

Out of my way.
Give me that thing!

- Get off me!
- [all talk]


- Help me!
- [all scream]

[thudding on roof]

[flesh tearing / Nina screaming]

[growling / screaming]

Come on!

[hyperventilating / muttering]

[Joe] Shh, shh, shh!

Shut up! Shut up!

[football man]
I think it's gone.

What is it? Does anyone know?

It ain't a fucking dog,
I can tell you that.

[Joe] Shut up!

[smart woman]
We can't just leave her!

- She's gone!
- We've got to go back!

- [she sobs]
- Hey, hey, come back!

She might still be alive,
We can't just leave her!

Why did you stop me?
I could have got her!

- I was trying to save you!
- [yells hysterically]

- It was too late for her!
- It's your fault!

[man with glasses] Stop it.

You still wanna sit and wait?

I didn't know this would happen!

You've got to do something!

It's too easy for it to get in.

[football man]
What are we gonna do?

Stop listening to this prick.

He's doing his best!

I shouldn't even
be on this train.


Do you all wanna die tonight?

Cos if you do, you just
carry on whinging and arguing,

and soon enough,
that thing out there,

he'll take care of it for you.

But if you still intend to get
home, then start acting like it.

It's an animal.

Animals hunt
what's easy to catch.

And look at us.

We're sitting ducks here.

So let's try and make it
a little bit harder

for the bastard, shall we?

Have you got any tools
on this train?

- What's wrong with you?
- Dodgy kebab gave me the shits.


- Oh! It's not easy, is it?
- What?

Here. Here, I'll help you. Yeah.

Thank you.

Listen,I'm sorry about being
such a cow to you before.

It's just... I've spent too much
of my life on this train.

Tell me about it.



Jenny, here's some water, love.

Oh, sorry, it's nearly empty.

- Was there any water anywhere?
- Joe's got the last bottle.


I was told you might have
a bottle of water.

Yeah, course.

What was her name?


The girl... The girl who was...

Oh. Ooh, um...

I don't know.

Do you have any children?

Yes. I've got a daughter
who's about to be 13.

- Oh.
- You?

Wasn't to be.

We wanted to, but...

Like we always say,
we have each other

and that's the most important

Thank you.

And thank you for getting us
in here.

No problem.

You're doing alright, you know.


[Jenny continues to cough]

- It's coming back, you know.
- Sorry?

Our friend out there
is coming back.

Might not.
Might have had enough.



Let me show you something.

Country house.
Wife, kids, dog, the works.

But then there's this.

A city flat.

Five minutes' walk
from the office,

nice view of Tower Bridge,

perfect for entertaining
young ladies.


Two worlds never meet,
and everyone is happy.

Good for you.

Point is, we do what we have to
to get by.

Sometimes it ain't nice.

[Jenny coughs]

Take this lot.
Old, weak, afraid.

They're natural born victims.

And when that thing comes back,
when it gets in here,

you can stand with them
and wait your turn to die,

or you can use your keys
and open one of these doors,

and maybe... maybe you and I...

can get out of this alive.

Survival of the fittest,
my friend.

[Jenny coughs]

You think about it.

[all yell]

[Jenny inhales deeply]

- [Jenny retches]
- Jesus.

[Ged] Jenny... Jenny.

Can you hear me?

[Ged] Jenny!

What the fuck's
happening to her?

She needs help. She's sick.

[assertive man] But why are
her teeth falling out?

- Shut it!
- Look, old man,

- I am just saying that--
- I know what you're saying.

Stop it!

Joe? Joe?

Someone's missing.

- The football guy.
- He said he needed a shit.

[Joe] Whoa, whoa, whoa,
what are you doing?

- He's gone.
- You don't know that.

Just give him a minute.

[assertive man mutters]

Wait here.

Hurry up.

- Hey. hey, where's he going?
- [Ellen] What's happening?

[man with glasses] Don't
wanna lose anyone else.

It's fine. Just one minute.

I'm not leaving this open.

- Paul?
- What?

Paul, come on, hurry up,
open the door.

You've got to get in the other
carriage. It's not safe here.

- [Paul] Fuck's sake.
- [Joe] Paul?

- What?!
- [Joe] Paul, hurry up.

[Paul] I can't do a shit
in peace.

- [Joe] No, it's not safe.
- For fuck's sake.

[Joe] Come on. Come on!

- The... The door...
- [lock rattles]

- What?
- I can't open the door!

[loud thud]

Oh, fuck. The door is jammed!

[Billy] Right... That's it.

[assertive man]
What are you doing?

[Billy] He's been long enough.

[loud bang / growling]

Shit! Help me!
[screams] Help me!

Let me go!

Get me the fuck out!

Shit! Get me out of here!

Get me out! Fuck! Get me out!

[Joe] It's fucking broke...

[banging / screaming]

[growling / flesh tearing]

[Paul whimpers]


[banging from toilet]

[rattles door handle]

[struggles] Come on!

Fucking open the fucking door!

[door rattling]

- What are you doing?
- Getting out of here.

We're trapped on
this fucking train.

- What about Joe?
- He made his choice.

At least he had the guts to try.
You should have gone with him!

You should be helping him!

Just get out the fucking train!

We need to get them out, too!

- [assertive man] Fuck!
- [smart woman] Hurry up!

- The key.
- [all fall quiet]

[door rattles]

[creature growls]

Open the fucking door!

Fucking hell...


[assertive man]
Let's barricade it, quick!

[all yell instructions]

[Ellen] Hold it, hold it!

[assertive man]
It's coming, it's coming!

- It's not gonna open!
- [man with glasses] Hey!

- We need your help!
- Pass me that.

[loud bang]

[door rattles]



[roars / stabbing]

[she screams]


[Ged] Do something! Help him!

- [creature growls]
- [man with glasses roars]


Fucking die!

It's dead. It's OK.

Fucking let go!

It's dead.

[he sobs]
It's ok.

[smart woman]
Shh... It's gone. OK.

It's OK.

[smart woman]
Be careful.

[Billy] What did we just kill?

It's a man.

But its legs... and its teeth...

...are more like a dog's.

[man with glasses]
More like a wolf's.

- What?
- Just saying.

What are you saying?

Isn't it obvious?

We're looking at a werewolf.

[laughs] What, like a full moon
and silver bullet sort of thing?


But look at the legs,

the eyes, teeth.

Whatever it is, it's some kind
of hybrid between man and wolf.

It's wearing a ring. Look.

[Joe] It used to be like us.

Perhaps it's a disease.
Like a mutation.

Something you catch
from animals.

Or a bite.

[Jenny groans]

You're all too young to remember
the Thornton Forest rail crash.


Late night express came off
the tracks, somewhere near here.

When the emergency services
got to them,

there was no one left to save.

All sorts of tales
about what they found,

bodies half-eaten by animals,
some just gone.

They never did find out
what really happened.

I never gave it much
thought after that.

Until tonight.

So this has happened before.

We've killed it now,
so we're sweet.

[creature groans]


[response howl]



- [snorts]
- [Ged] Jen?


She's one of them.

She's fucking one of them.

You leave her alone! She's sick.

No, she's not.

She is infected.

We all know it.

And if we are gonna survive,
she has to go.

You touch one hair
on my Jenny's head

and I'll break your bloody neck.

- I don't think so, old man.
- [shouting]

[Ellen] Stay away from her, OK?



[Jenny snarls]

[smart woman] No, no, no!

[women] No, no, no, no, no!

[they scream]

[Ellen] Stop it!

Leave her alone!

Why don't you take a seat, sir.

Ged! Ged, where am I?

Alright, Jenny.

Where am I?

Thank you.

- Give me your fucking belt.
- [man with glasses] What?

Give me your belt!

- Tie him down.
- [smart woman] With pleasure.

Her, too.

We can't stay here.

We're not going to.

[creature howls]

You've done this before.

Dirty bitch.


If we can find the leak,
patch it up,

there might be enough left
to get us moving.

All we need is enough
to get clear of the woods.

- Who's going?
- Me.

I'm the only one who knows how.

I could do with a lookout,

I'll do it.

That's that sorted then.

So the ASBO kid's
fixing the train?

- I know engines, you prick.
- Yeah, right.

I got accepted onto an
engineering course, actually.

That's why I was in town today.


[Joe] Nuh-uh-uh-uh-uh.

- Watch him.
- Of course.

Let's go.

[Billy] Engine lights.

These go green, it means
I've patched the leak.

Fuel gauge.
That needle bounces up,

you need to turn on
the ignition here.

Then the main light
should come on.

- That's it?
- Not quite.

Next you need to prime the pump.
Pull down hard here.

Engage forward on the column,

then you need to push
forward on the accelerator.

Nice and slowly. Drive us
out of this shit-hole, yeah?

Oh, and if you could remember
to pick me up on the way out,

- I'll buy you a beer.
- Is it true?

About your interview?

Yeah, pretty much.

I saw you chuck your
jacket and tie in the bin.

Huh. Stupid cow said I needed
A-levels, didn't she?

Guess we'll see
if she was right.

I think you should say

This is your guard speaking.

I'd like to apologize
once again

for the delay to your journey
this evening.

A few hours ago
we were strangers.

Most of you probably wish
we still were.

But we're gonna try
and get out of here now.

We're gonna do whatever it takes
to survive.


All of us.

I know you all
just want to get home.

So do I.

Next stop, Eastborough.

You ready?


[Billy] Shine it down there.

This is it.

Keep an eye out, yeah?


You don't remember me at all,
do you?

Should I?

I've been trying to place you
all night.

Must be three years ago now?

I came for an interview at
Naughton and Price Brokers.

I thought it was going
quite well, actually.

But you couldn't stop
looking down my top.

You had a tan line where your
wedding ring should have been.

And? Well, you obviously didn't
make the grade.

Oh, well, I was
more than qualified.

But you were more interested

in taking me back home
for a followup.


But you're right.
I don't remember you.

- But I know your type.
- Oh, yes?

You arrive one day in my office,
full of sparkle...

happy to fight it out
with the boys

for a seat at the big table.

And then after a couple of years
you swan off for nine months.

And when you return,
you're tired all the time,

wracked by guilt,

all that baby weight
making it oh-so-hard

to fight your way
back up the ladder.

No more sparkle.


I feel sorry for your wife.


Don't you worry about her.

Hope you haven't got any kids
to fuck up, too.

[rasping breath]

[Ged] Come on, Jenny. Hold on.

Gonna get you out of here soon.

Use your eyes, granddad.

There is no helping her.

She just needs the hospital.
They'll be able to do something.

If we don't do something
about her now,

it'll be too late.


Why did you want that
stupid promotion anyway?

I don't know.

I guess I thought I
could change something.

Make people notice me.

It's what you do that matters,

not what it says
on your name badge.

You've helped those people.

- You've helped all of us.
- Hmm.

I'm seriously thinking about a
change of career after tonight.

[Billy] Fuck, come on.
Fuck, where are you?

Come on, come on.

Matt... Matt?

Chuck me the tape.

Found the leak.

Under-qualified, my arse.

Here, chuck me that wrench.

Ah, there we go.


Ah, fuck.

Listen, um, about before,

all that business with the ax.

I don't know what came over me.

OK, mate.

[Billy] OK...

[weak voice] Help...

Help me...

[Billy] Get that light on me,

Matt, keep that light on me.

Matt! Matt! What the fuck
are you doing?

For fuck's sake...


[Nina] Help me!

- [Matt] Hello?
- [Nina] Help!

Where are you?

[Nina] Help!

Look, I...

About before, I...

I'm sorry, I...

It just all happened so quickly.

Where are you?

[Nina moans]

[Nina] Help...

[rustling / chomping]





[Matt screaming]

[Matt screaming /
creatures growling]

Oh, no.


Oh, fuck.




Fuck! She's fucking changing!

Come on, let me out of here!
She's turning, come on!

There's one wolf out there

and there's one fucking wolf
in here.

We're all gonna die!

Just shut up and let me think!
Untie me now!

Hey! Help! Fuck!

Untie me, you stupid bitch!

Come on, come on, come on.

Come on!

This should be it.

Ellen! Quick!
He got the lights on.

- Oh!
- OK. Fuel...

- That one.
- Right, what's next?

- Pump.
- Prime the pump.

- Gears.
- [engine starts up]

- OK, what are we doing?
- Just wait. Gotta wait for it.

[creatures growling]

Where are they?

[both yell]

- OK, let's go. Let's go.
- No, we can't. Ellen, no!

Shit. Shit.

- Oh, my God. Come on.
- We're moving.

Thank fuck! [sighs]

[strains] Oh, God.

- [Jenny groans]
- We're moving, Jenny. Can you--

Oh, my God. What the...

[assertive man] Oh, my God!

- Fucking hell!
- [screams]

Fucking hell! Let me out
of here! Get me out of here!

- Do it, do it, do it!
- [snarls]


Hurry, hurry. Hurry up.

Help me.


[Ged] Jenny.

It's working. No, look, it's
working. Look, it's working.

It's working. Go, come on,
it's going, it's going.

- [assertive man] Christ!
- [snarls]

[smart woman whimpers]

[screams] Help me!

Help me!

[sobs] No! No, God, no.

Oh, no!


[creature growls softly /
she falls silent]

Please don't... Please don't...

Please don't...
Please, please don't kill me.

No, no! [screams]

[Ged] Jenny.

[Ged] Jenny!


Oh, shit.

[Ged screams]

Oh, God.

[Jenny snarls]

No... Stay away from me!

Stay away!



[engine powers down]

No... No!



Why has it stopped?
What's happened?

Ellen, come on!
Go, go, go, go, go, go!


- Stay away from me.
- [snarls]

Stay away!


Better late than never.

Good to see you've
finally grown a pair.

Joe! Joe!

Come on! Come on then!

Where's Kate?

Where's Kate?

She'd still be alive
if you hadn't tied me up.



[snarling through door]

[Ellen sobs]

Where exactly are we going to,

- The woods.
- We'll never stand a chance.

Unless one of us stays behind.

[Ellen screams]

Stop it!

[Ellen] Back off!

Get over there! Get back!

[Ellen sobs]

Fucking bitch.

You really think you're in
control, don't you, Joe?

You've finally become a man,

and you've stood up to
the challenge well.

Haven't you?

You think you've got it
all worked out, don't you?

Oh, no.


Come on, then!

[Ellen screams]

[Billy] Oi!

Fuck you, bitch.

Come on.

Come on!

Come on!

Come on, you fucking mutts!

Come on!

Get that door open.
Come on! Let's 'ave it!

[Joe] Go, go, go! Billy!

[Ellen] Billy!

[Billy screams]

[Joe] Come on!

[Billy screams]

[loud boom]

[snarling / growling]


[Ellen] Follow the track!
The track!

[creature barks]

Come on, let's go. Let's go!

- Let's go!
- Too late.

What? No, let's go!

- They're on to us.
- No, let's go, Joe!

There's a track.
There's a track there.


Come on.

Come on, let's go. Let's go.

No, no. No!

Joe! Joe, no, come on!

You have to go.

Come with me, Joe!

Run! Ellen, run!

Go! Go!



Come on!

Come on!


Oh! Ow.

First thing I'm gonna do
is buy this place

and burn it the fuck down.



[weakly] Who's there?




Where are you, mate?



Oh, fuck!

[snarling / he screams]

[flesh tearing]

["A Chosen Soul" by Laura Mace]

♪ Hear me out ♪

♪ Take me in ♪

♪ A chosen soul ♪

♪ Give me strength ♪

♪ All your time ♪

♪ A chosen soul ♪

♪ There's nothing to me ♪

♪ There's only flesh ♪

♪ A distant heartbeat ♪

♪ I hear the stress ♪

♪ I see your face ♪

♪ I feel no pain ♪

♪ And you ♪

♪ When silence comes ♪

♪ And takes you in ♪

♪ I feel the moment ♪

♪ You're lost within ♪

♪ I'll give you strength ♪

♪ A chosen soul ♪

♪ There's nothing to me ♪

♪ There's only flesh ♪

♪ A distant heartbeat ♪

♪ I hear distress ♪

♪ I see your face ♪

♪ I feel no pain ♪

♪ And you ♪

♪ It's all so strange ♪

♪ Ah, it's all ♪

♪ Just the same ♪