Hunter's Moon (2020) - full transcript

Left alone for the night in their new orchard farmhouse, three teenage sisters soon find themselves at the mercy of some unscrupulous townie boys. The tables are turned, however, when the malevolence that roams the orchard starts to hunt down the boys.

And here we havean elegant glass
of winefor an elegant beauty.

You're a lot different than the
guys I go to college with, Martin.


The boys at your school.

Don't you get lonely living
out here all by yourself?

It can be, as I don'tleave
often, but, uh...

not when I havegood company, Stacy.

Yeah, it is beautiful.

It is, isn't it?

- It's peaceful.
- Yeah.


It's very private.

It's home.

It's really late. I should
be getting home, so...

Look, I just want you
to be comfortable here.

With me.

You understand.

Please, just stay
a little bit longer.

Finish your wine, huh?

Don't leave yet.

'Cause you see...

Stacy, I don't want you
to leave.

This is your home now.

What's... what's happening?

You see, Stacy...

Where I may be different
from all the boys at college,

sadly you are exactly
like all of the other whores

that come here.

I just want to go home.

You see, like I told you.

You are home.



All right, GPS says
it's 10 miles from here.

Yeah, you said that
like half an hour ago, Dad.

Give it a rest, Juliet.

Watch yourself there.

- You okay?
- - I'm gonna get something to drink.

- You want anything, babe?
- Uh, no, thank you.

I'm gonna call the movers,
see what they're up to.

- I wanna get something, Mom.
- Okay. Wendy?

You're not coming, Juliet?

Anything to get out
of the stupid car.

- Good afternoon, folks.
- Afternoon!

We're gonna get some snacks.

Not a problem, ma'am.

So what brings you outto these
parts, if youdon't mind me asking?

We, um, don't geta lot of visitors.

Billy Bloomfield!

If you're gonna steal from me, at least
make an attemptto be sneaky about it.

I'm guessin' you don't want me
to call the sheriff, Billy. Mm?

Sorry about that, ma'am.

Boy and his brothersare
nothing but trouble,

- have been since they were little.
- Sorry to hear that.

- Juliet, let's go.
- I'm still looking, Mom.

We're actually moving in
down the road a ways.

Oh, is that so?

I'm guessing that will make you

more than just visitorsaround here, then.

I didn't know there
wereany places for sale.

Oh, it's an old farmhouse
with some orchards.

That's enough, Lisa.

- The old Ellsbury place.
- Yeah, yeah.

I guess that's the one.

You're moving
into a serial killer's house,

and you're worried about
your daughter smiling at me?

You shut your mouth, Billy!

How much do I owe you?

What does he mean, Mom?

Um... No, it'son the house, ma'am.

What do you mean,
it's on the house?

Mom, what did he mean?

Consider it a welcometo the neighborhood,

and-and an apologyfor the wordsof a moron.

It's really not necessary.

- Thank you.
- No. My pleasure.

- Welcome to our little town.
- Thanks.

- Let's go, Juliet.
- See you around.


I can assure you he's not the type
of guy you want to get involved with.

Mm... maybe.

But sometimes people aren't what
they seem to be on the surface.

Juliet! Now!

Okay, Mom.

Yeah, Mindy,
it's, uh, Henry here.

I need to talk to the sheriff.


You guys have to stop
treating me like I'm a child.

When am I gonna get a say
on what's good for me?

It's bad enough we're movinginto
some serial killer's house.


Just breathe, honey.

Dad, I didn't...
I didn't mean to...

Juliet, please! Stop talking!

You did good.

This place is... it's great.

It's exactlywhat we need as a fa...

I'm okay.


Yes, you are.

We all are.

We're gonna be okay.

Juliet, hey.

Look, I know you're not happy about
the move, but you have to trust me.

This is what's best
for our family.

Look at this.

Past these trees up here,
you can see the orchard.


And here...
is our beautiful, new home.

This one's a little heavy.

All right.

You're the best.
You're just the best.

- Hey.
- Hey!

- Here you go.
- Is anything in there?

Yes! A surprise.

- Thank you. Appreciate it.
- Of course.

- She'll be okay.
- You think so?

Mm-hmm. We were just like her
when we were that age.

It was a differenttime then.

We lived in a big city,

you could still feel safein that big city.

Now, no matterwhere you go... I don't know.

I just... I don'twant them exposed.

Even small towns
are dangerous, Thomas.

How did Julietfind out?

The clerk and some punk
in the store.

- Yeah? Hey.
- Yeah.

- Yes? Okay.
- Yes.

- How much do the girls know?
- Enough.

Times change, and we have
to do what we have to do,

and we're raising them right,
and that is all that matters.

Take it to the girls up there
or I'll keep kissing you.

Girls! Why
don't you guys take a break

and come get some water?

- You spoil them!
- Hmm.

There she is!

Dad, remind me why the movers

didn't actually move anything
inside the house?

Well, they did, first of all,
but we moved here for privacy.

You don't want a bunch of strangers
going in and out of your house,

carrying your stuff.
You don't want that.

- I don't care.
- Well, you should care

and should start learninga
little more responsibility.

You got the most boxes.

Can we eat the fruitfrom the orchard, Dad?

Uh, no.

Yeah, but not now,
it's not the season.

But when it is in season, yes.

If we're here for that long.


- Sorry.
- Are you?

- Yeah, Dad.
- I'm sorry, actually.

Okay? I'm sorry.

I know it's been really hard
for you guys this move.

It's crazy. It's been
a lot of sacrifices.

But look, we-we can't argue, we can...
We can getthrough this like a family.

This is a good thing, okay?

I just want you safe.

I want you safe.


I thought you said
you could play, kid.

- Don't call me kid.
- Ha!

Whatever you say.

- Where have you been?
- On the road.

Some of us have actually
have to work for a living.

- Yeah.
- Guess you're about to find out...

when I take the rest
of your money, Billy.

- I got a job.
- That so?


Billy, I've known you since
you were in grade school,

and you ain't never had a job.

Not unless you call catching the scraps
from your big brothers a profession.

Well, what can I say?

Some of us are
just late bloomers, I guess.

Well, one thing for sure is, you ain't
making no money playing pool, kid.

What the fuck?!

I told you not to call me kid.

- Nice job, Bill. Thanks.
- Lenny. Daryl.

What the fuck is going on?

What's going on is, you owe us
money, and for whatever reason

you're dumb enoughto come
around herewithout paying us.

I've got
your fucking money, Lenny!

You've gotmy fucking money, huh?

You mean that moneyright there?

That money lookslike
Billy's money, doesn't it?

It's in my back pocket.


Hey, hey, hey! Calm down, Vinny.

Calm down. Hey, we're good?

- Oh, Vinny, Vinny!
- Lenny.

- What am I going to do? What?
- Lenny...

You think the glassyou smoke is free?

Yeah, I didn't think so.

Lenny, seriously...

- I can tell all the time...
- I can get the money.

I need the money. Hang
on one second, all right?

- Good job, Bill.
- It's nothing.

I may have
something bigger for us.

Gotta scope the place
out a little bit,

but we should be able to
check it out tomorrow night.

- Tomorrow night?
- Hmm.

If you say so.

How is it looking?

Well, we're looking like the
previous owner didn't have cable.

We're looking likethis
house is old, Mr. Delaney.

But most of the placesout here are,

so I'm sure
it won't be a problem.

- It'll be fine, Bernice.
- We have to leave soon.

Don't worry about that. I'll
take care of this, it's okay.

Everything's okay.

Well, that's debatable.

Hey, we're about
to have cable TV.

Dad, I-I don't wanna
stay here with them.

I-I wanna go with you guys.

We've beenthrough this already.

I just don't understand why you
guys can't treat me like an adult.

We're having you watch your sisters.
That is treating you like an adult.

- Are we having steak for dinner?
- Of course.

- It's already been ordered.
- Dad, that is not what I mean.

I know what you mean. Just stop
treating us like it's a punishment.

- You're just helping out.
- I am going crazy already, though.

I know, sweetheart. But
I need you to stay here.

Cable is almost set, Ms.

- Oh, wow! Great.
- Oh!

Well, I'm sure there's
something I can find to do here.

Excuse me.

Okay, we're all donehere, my man.

Okay? I need yououtside, though.


Hey, buddy.
Let's go.

You need to control yourself.

The body of a single mother of
two was found late last night

just a few feet from where
I am currently standing,

bringing the current
body total to seven,

from the latest freeway killer.

All victims have been
female, strangled,

and picked up along
the historic route 66,

and dumped in various locations,

the latest of which, this
abandoned building seen behind me.

Local state police are advising
anyone traveling along route 66

to not travel alone. They're
also asking no hitchhiking

in the wake of the ongoing
search for this killer.

- Those poor women!
- And that's that.

- Dad! I was watching that!
- And now you're not.

You know you can't shield mefrom
everything forever, right?

She's right about that, honey.

Yeah, she's right
about the "forever" part.

I just... let's cancel the trip.

- Cancel it.
- We can't cancel the trip.

We can't cancel the trip even if
you wanted to cancel the trip.

Or you could bring me
with you on the trip.

Fine! I will be
in my room.

It's two days.

Love you, sweetie.

I'm not hungry now.


Mindy, come in.

Go ahead, Sheriff.

Any luck locating them boys?

No, Sheriff. All the usual
places were checked.

No sign of them.


- See what I mean?
- What makes you think they have money?

Nice car, from the city.

Do you have to do that here?

How many are there?

Mom, Dad, couple girls.

Two or three, I can't
really remember.

Don't strain yourself, Bill.

- You guys leaving?
- Yes.

- You girls be good for your sister.
- We will, I promise.

Hey, I left some money on the
counter in case you need anything.

- Okay? I love you, girls.
- We love you too, Dad.

I know it. You better.

I love you.
Give Mom some love, okay?

Get in here. Oh!
I love you, girls.

Me too. Have a good trip.

Thank you.
You girls be safe.

- All right.
- Oh, God!

You know your daughter
is up to something, right?

Oh, yeah, I do.
She's our daughter.

But she usually is,
so yes, I do.

- You know what I mean.
- I do.

I know what you mean. We've
been over this, remember?

I'm just worried maybeshe won't be able
to handlewhatever she gets herself into.

Juliet? Come on.
She's our daughter.

She's your girl too.
She can handle anything.

- Okay.
- Not gonna be able to get... Juliet?

Come on.

That's my wife's kid you're
talking about. Watch out!

You're right, I'm sure.

But just in case, can we
make this a quick trip?

Yeah. I'm way
ahead of you.

Actually, I was thinkingabout
we put our heads together,

and come up with a faster route,

and get in and out more quickly.

Did you make
the hotel reservation?

Oh, for the 10th time, yes.
I made them last week.

- Ten times?
- Ten!

Mm, maybe you're exaggerating
a bit on this one.

Okay, maybe just a little.

Come on, cutie pie.

All right. It's good
enough for me.

Yeah, I thought so.

You did good.

Really good.

- Thanks, I'm just...
- What?

Things just got
a whole lot easier for us.

- Yep.
- Daughters, you said?


Jesus Christ! This place
gives me the fuckin' creeps.

- Relax, the boogieman is dead.
- - Hmm.

You knew the guy, right?

- What was his name?
- Martin. Yeah.

I mean, I sold him weeda couple of times.

Didn't reallyknow him, though.

- See that barn? There's room.
- Yeah.

All right, then.

- They're gone?
- Yeah.

Good. I thought they were
never gonna leave.

See? Told you she
wouldn't go with them.

Of course I didn't.

Mom and Dad have
their own thing.

We're old enough to have
our own fun.

And we don't always
have to play by the rules.

"We"? As in, you're including us?

That did cross my mind.

But only if you wanted to.

So what's the plan?

No plan, really.

Just figured we'd take
things as they come...

Finally have
some long overdue fun.

Okay. We're in.

All right.
Follow my lead.



Maybe we should hang back
a little more,

- make sure everyone's asleep?
- No.

We've waited long enough.
Don't be a pussy.


You sure he's all rightbeing on his own?
I mean...

What if he runsinto one
of the girlsor something?

Yeah, if he runsinto any of the girls,

I really hope they're
infor having a good time.

That okay with you, boss?

Go check out over there.



Here you go, here you go.

- What is it?
- Some of Dad's whisky.

Are you crazy? Dad's gonna kill you.

Dad is not gonna find out.


I thought this would be easy.

No, I... I changedmy mind.
I don't wannabe a part of this.

Lisa, come on.
Lighten up.

Lighten up? You knowDad
wouldn't want us to...

You're just gonna do what Dad says
for the rest of your life? Really?

That's not fair, Juliet.


Want some more?

Look, Lisa...

I'm just calling it
like I see it.

You just don't have
to be a bitch about it.

I'm just trying to say

that you don't need to play by the
rules for the rest of your life.

We aren't wired that way
and you know it.





Fuck this place.


Oh, God!

How do peopledrink that stuff?

It's an acquired taste.


- Since when are you an expert?
- - Oh, shut up!

Okay, I've had
your drink. Now what?

Now you have another one.

- Come on, one's enough.
- No, no! It's part of the party.

What party?

For our honored guests.

I'm almost afraid to ask, but...
what guests?

The ones outside
of our house right now.

Juliet, what are you
talking about?

Like I said, it is
going to be a party.

And you twohave to be ready.

- See anyone inside?
- No, I don't think anyone's awake.

- All right, so what now?
- What now? Hey.

Nothing's fucking changed, okay?

Open the door...

grab as much shit
as you can fit in your hands

and let's get the fuck
out of here, all right?

- Let's go.
- All right!

I'm going.

I was hoping you were
gonna stop by. Drink?



you guys gonna come inside or you
wanna stay on the porch all night?




Sorry it's a little bit
of a mess.

- We're still getting settled.
- Oh, no, we don't care about that.

- You mind?
- Not at all.

- Juliet, Mom and Dad...
- Hey, don't worry about that.

Billy can take it outside.
Ain't that right, Bill?

Billy! Out back.

Yeah, out back, then.

- Yeah, I'll just go with you.
- Stay here with me, sweetheart.

- I'll be right back.
- Okay, well, the back door is...

Over there.




Daryl, you out here?

Looks like you'reout of whisky.

I think we have some more.
Let me go check.

No. Sit down.

Come on. I've gotsome stuff we can do.

Hey, why don't you sitover
here, closer to me?

Yeah. Yeah. That's better.

Hey, he wasn't there.

Who wasn't there?

No one.

Might as welltell them now.

All right.

Our other brother, Daryl,
he was with us

and now I don't know
where he is.

I'm surehe'll turn up.

Yeah, that one's a
littlefucked up in the head,

but he does alwaysturn up eventually.

Until he does, Billy, sit down. Over there.


- Wanna try?
- Sure!

- Why not?
- Juliet!

Calm down, Lisa! Just
enjoy the moment for once.

- Yeah!
- Jeez! I mean,

we barely know these guys.

Drinking is one thing,
but... drugs?

I'm sorry you find that
so funny, mister.

It's Lenny, and yeah,
it is very funny to me,

because you sound like a
shittyafter-school special, sweetheart.

- Don't fucking call me "sweetheart!"
- All right!

Some fire from you! I like it! I like her.

- I'm out of here.
- Lisa, wait.

- Let her go.
- Wendy, come on.



Why do you have
to be such a dick?


So sick of her shit!

Always has to be
the center of attention!

Wait... wait...

Wait. I wanna check
on my sister.


Wendy? Wendy, sweetie, are you okay?


Wait... Billy!

Billy, she...

She's just a kid! She suffers
from these panic attacks

and she...


Wait... wait, wait!

You don't want her to
get one of those, okay?

It's gonna more
than ruin the mood,

so just... let me
check on her, please.

Please, wait...

- Who are you?
- Shh!

What do you want?

Billy's brother?
You're Billy's brother?

What are you doingout here?

Say something! Don't just
stand there, you big idiot!

Shh! Shh!

Oh, my God!



Please... please, just let me go.

Please, please, please, just let me go.



Go check who it is.

Just... just calm down.

Yo, what the fuck did I
just tell you to do?

Straighten yourself out.
Don't make a fucking sound.


You've got to be
fucking kidding me.

We didn't even get
what we came for yet.

Yeah, no shit, genius.

Are you okay?

- What are you doing?
- Shut the fuck up!

All right. This is
what we're gonna do.

- Good evening, ma'am.
- Hi, Sheriff.

I'm sorry to bother you
so late, ma'am.

- Uh...
- It's okay, I was just...

- I was just sleeping.
- Oh. Well.

In that case, I am sorry
to have woken you up.

- Are your parents home?
- Uh, no.

Actually, they are,
uh, they're out of town.

Right. Didn't, uh...

didn't you just move in?

I see
some moving boxes here and...

Yeah, yeah, we did, but their job
requires them to travel a lot,

so I'm... I'm used to it.

- Is there something wrong?
- No.


So you're home
all by yourself, huh?

- Yes.
- Huh.

You know, the word
around town is,

you got yourself
a couple of sisters.

I do, yeah. They're asleep upstairs.

But you just told me
you were home alone.

Yeah, I'm just... I'm just really tired.

And I wasn't... I wasn't
expectingany visitors.

Is there a... a-a message

that you'd like for me to
leavefor my parents, or anything?

Actually I was hoping I'd comein
and have myself a lookaround.

Do you mind?

Why? There's-there's reallyno reason why,

- there's nothing...
- Ma'am.

Is everything okay?


Everything's fine. I'm just, uh...

I'm just tired. I wanna go back to sleep.

I'm gonna ask you
to step aside, ma'am.

I think I'm gonna have
a look around.

You, uh...

You say your sisters
are both inside?

- I don't know.
- I want you to close that door and lock it.

Stay in the house!

That was my sister's scream.
I have to go find her!

- You were supposed to get rid of him!
- I tried the best I could!

Lenny! Just let 'em go.

We're not letting 'em go.

Okay. Relax.

Just... lock 'em up, search the
place and wait for him to leave.

No, no, no, no, no.
You don't have to lock us up.

There's a closet under
the staircase we can use.

It's fine. If Daryl's
the reason for that scream,

we're fucked and you know it.
Think about it.

- All right, fine, then. Lock them up.
- Come on.

Come on. Come on!

Hey! You don't have
to do this!

- Please! Please! You don't have to...
- Get in.

- I trusted you.
- You shouldn't have.

Jesus! You scared
the shit out of me.

- All set here?
- Yeah.

What's up?

I'm just not surewhere your
head's atsometimes, is all.


- You sure?
- Uh-huh.

You sure?

I'm fine, okay?

Hey, it's all good.

Just go upstairs, get what we came for.
It's fine.


- Relax.
- All right. Of course.

Let's go.

Okay. You okay?
You all right?

Okay. Wendy, Wendy...

Shh. Now it's not the time
for this, okay?

No. Wendy, shh!

Breathe, takedeep breaths, okay?

I'm gonna get us
out of here. Okay.





Oh, Jesus...

Oh, no...

Oh, God, not again.

Daryl, you poor son of a bitch.




You fuckin' bastard.

What the fuck?


Okay, okay.

Are you okay?

Deep breaths, okay?
Deep breaths.

All right, come on.

Come on, let's go!

- Hey.
- What?


We need to get to the cop car quickly.
Come on.


Hey! Shit.

Jesus Christ!

- What the hell are you doing out here?
- Shh!

There's... there's somethingout there.

And I... I saw...

I saw it eat that man,
I tried to help him, but...

- You saw what?
- I saw it eat that man.


Look, Miss, I'm gonna need
you to come on with me.

No, no, no, I don't wanna move.
What if it comes back?

Well, if that thing
comes back, I'll shoot it.

- Okay?
- How do you know it will work?

I mean, how do you knowbullets can hurt it?

Ma'am, all I know is,

we can't stay here
under this damn tree.

Come on, I'm gonna get to my car
and I'm gonna call for backup.


Come on!

This is certainlynot usable anymore.

All right.
Take it easy.

Stop right there!

- Juliet! Wendy!
- Lisa!

What did you do to my radio?

I'm not doinganything with your radio.

I-I came out hereto see
if I could make a call

- and I found it like this.
- Why didn't you use a telephone?

- We don't have any set up yet.
- Cell phone.

Look, Sheriff...

the-the tireson that truck are slashed.

I-I don't know what is going on out here.

What truck? I thought you
said you were alone out here.

I... yeah. Right.

- They had my sister and I...
- Okay, all right, all right.

These boys... these boys
are gonna be the death of me.


Now, where are they?

They're in the house.

- Well...
- Good evening, Sheriff.

You boys done playing house?


- Yeah, we were just...
- Shut the fuck up, Billy!

- You gave these girls quite the scare.
- "Quite the scare"?

They locked usin a closet
and wererobbing the place.

What are you waiting for?
A-arrest them!

Hang on, now, I wanna get
to the bottom of this.

What the hell
are you people doing?


I had enough of your shit.

Why do you insist
on fuckin' around?

No, we're...
staying out of trouble.

- Trouble?
- Yeah.

Look, what Billy
is trying to say...

The last thing we need
around here is you.

- Oh, yeah?
- Yeah, we're just looking for Daryl

- and we're gonna be leaving.
- Looking for Daryl, huh?

- That's the plan.
- You better change that plan.

- Is that right?
- I found Daryl.

- Oh, yeah?
- Dead.

In the orchard, over there.

- I'm sorry, what?
- That's right.

I found that fat son of a bitch

under the tree
in that orchard out there.

Same place I'd found
that other son of a bitch

a couple of months ago.

Now, I can't keep cleaning up
after you guys,

- blood or no blood.
- Yeah, no one ever asked you to, Dad.

- Wait, you're related to...
- To all of them, ma'am.

These boys have been
a pain in my ass

ever since the day
each one of them was born.

But they're still my boys.

- Wendy! Wendy...
- Wait!

God dammit!

- What the hell's wrong with you?
- Dad!

You'd think that you
of all fuckin' people

would be a little more appreciative
of the bullshit I have to put up with

- to keep your ass out of jail!-
What's he talking about, Billy?

Now, if it's all right
with you pinheads,

I'd like to clean up this
mess before it gets any worse.

Want me to go
after the other one?

No. I think whatever'sout there
will probablytake care of her...

you... and you.

All right. Hey, hey, why don't
we just calm down a little bit?

- Right? You don't have to do this.
- What?

- He's soft for that one.
- Wait.

That one.

All right.
I won't shoot them.

Yet. Take them
in the house.

- I'm not doing that.
- Go.

Go on!

Billy, you don't
have to do this.


If he's soft on that one, I'd
hate to see when he was mad.

How much gas
you got in that truck?

What? Why? Where are we going?

How much gas
do you have in that truck?



Hey. How was your shower?

It was delightful. Wish
you would've joined me.

Yeah, and we would've
never got out of here.

Hmm. No, really.

I really wish
you would've joined me.


- Mm.
- Oh! Wow!

- What would I do without you?

- How are you feeling?
- Better.

Wow. Good, yeah.
I feel really good now.

How are you feeling?

Good. I can't stop thinking
about the girls, but I feel good.

I can't either. Maybe
this is the last time we...

Maybe this is the last time
we travel without them.

- I know it is.
- Oh!

- A mother would know.
- Yeah.

What do you think if we just
leave right now?

I don't wanna wait
'til tomorrow.

I thought you wanted to wait.

Let's go. It's two
and a half hours tops.

- So you ready?
- I'm ready.

No, I mean, you know...

- I'll go change first.
- Okay.

Oh, my goodness!


What are you gonna do to us?


- I don't know.- You guys could just...

let us go, you can leave.

I mean, there's no need
for anyone else to get hurt.

We won't tell anyone.

This whole night could be
our little secret.

Shh. Stop. Stop.

Something's wrong with Billy,
he's not right in the head.

Yeah, no kidding.

And that's why he's gonna be
the one to light the match.

What's the matter?
Your arms getting weak?


Here. Make sure
you make the most of it.

Go sit down. Sit.

You guys are not doing this.

- Told you he ain't with us.
- Huh.

There's another way, all right?

- Move! Move!
- Lenny, come on.

No, no, no, please!

- Please, don't do this.
- Please stop! Stop!

What's the matter with you?

Come on.

Spit it out.

What do you want me to say?

Oh, is this when you givea
shit about some broad?

Well, she's different.

She thinks I'm different.


She just don't know you yet.

Oh, my God!


- It's Daryl.
- What's left of him.

You two, come on.

All right.

- It's fucking with us.
- What's fucking with us?

Probably whatever that
thing is killed Daryl.

No, we need to get
the fuck out of here.

Now he's usually the stupid one,

but you're coming up
close second there, boy.

We're gonna hole up here.

Okay? At leastuntil the sun comes up,

and then maybewe might have a shot.

Are you serious? I just poured
fucking gasoline over everything!

Okay. Got a better idea?

Yeah, I got a better idea. Give me
your gun. I'll fucking shoot the thing.

That's your plan? You're
gonna fucking shoot the thing.

You're a fucking idiot.
You know that?

- You shut the fuck up!- Billy.

I want you to find something
to barricade this door.

- Okay? Like a dining room table.
- This is ridiculous.

We need to lock this place down.

- Shit! Guys, we have a problem!
- What?

The girls are gone.

It got inside!

No. That's the girls.

They're smashing
all the lightbulbs.

All right, hurry up. Find anything you can

and barricade the windows
and barricade all the doors.

Okay? And do itquickly.

I'll take care of the girls.


Why are we wastingour time
jumpingthrough all of these hoops?

Just follow me.

Look, are you sure this will
keep that fucking thing out?

I say we just cutour
fuckin' losses, all right?

Billy, I know
what you're saying.

All right, and?

This is so stupid! Why are we...



Okay. Unless you have a better
idea, this is what we're doing.

Holy shit!



Get out of the way!

- You son of a bitch!
- You got it?

- It's fucking with us.
- - Shit!

- Now what?
- Damn it!

Okay, so now what?

That'll buy us some time, but
we can't just keep hiding.

They will find us, eventually.

- I know. I have a plan.
- Yeah, so do I.

And it doesn't involverunning around like
a bunchof scared little girls, Juliet.

Lisa, we still need
to find Wendy,

so my plan first,
okay? Let's go.


- All right.
- - Jesus Christ, what the hell are you doing?

We gotta save light.

I've only got six bullets
left in this gun.

- Are you fucking kidding me?
- - Yeah.

I got another gun, but it's in the car.

Well, that's crazy.

You said it yourself,
we're safer inside.

Look, I know what I said, but right now,

I think we might not beso
safe down here, okay?

Okay, so what are we gonna do?

We're gonna go up.

- What if this doesn't work?
- - It will, trust me.


All right, girls.
You've had your fun.

Now, we're going to turn around

and we're all gonna go upstairs.

Is that understood?

You've got no play here, woman.

Juliet, what are we doing?
Let's just do what he says.

That's right. I'd listen to your sister.

She's being the smart one
in this situation.


Okay? No?

Have it your own way.

Oh, I plan on it!

Jesus Christ, bitch!

Setting the fucking houseon fire?

Let's get out of here! Go! Move! Move!

This way, come on!

All right, just stay low.


- Jesus Christ!
- Lenny!

What the fuck?!
Come on!

Billy, let's get
the fuck out of here!

- So you never told me.
- Never told you what?

What it was like out there
in the orchard.

Yeah, and you never
told me that your plan

entailed burning the house down, so...
guess we're even.

Okay, well, my plan wasn't
to burn the house down.

I just had no options.

Look, I wanted to have some fun.

I wanted my... our first
time to be special.

I know you did.

No apologies necessary.

Was it really that good?

Well, now you're just
holding out on me.

Okay, I guess
we gotta find Wendy.

- You'll tell me later.
Let's go.



- What the fuck was that thing?
- No idea, kid.

I can't do this.

What can't you do?

What the fuck
is the point, all right?

It's gonna fucking
kill all of us.



- Okay...
- There's two of them!

Yeah. Here, you better
take this and run.

Go on. Run!


Oh, God, no!

Oh, God!
Son of a bitch!


- What the fuck?
Oh, fuck...

I'm so sorry...
I'm so sorry...


What the hell?

- How?
- The girls.

- What the fuck?
- The girls.

- Thomas...
- You know they're fine.

- Thomas...
- I see him. I see him!


Run, run, kid!
Run! Run!

Help! Help!

- Kid, run, run, run, run!
- We have to fucking go!




It's okay.

What the fuck...

- Where the fuck is it?
- I don't know!

- It ran away into the orchard.-
Listen, you little shit!

- Stop it! Stop it!
- What about the girls?

- Shh! Bernice!
- Where are my daughters?

- Everything's okay.
- No, everything's not okay.

Look at our home!

You should be ableto see
that smoke for miles!

Why isn't anybody here?
Why isn't anybody here?

- Where are the police?
- Shh! Shh!

- Where are the police?
- Hey...

My Dad was the sheriff.
He's fucking dead now.

We gotta get the fuck
out of here, all right?

- All right?!
- - Nobody else is coming.

- No one's coming.
- Get in the truck.

No one's coming, get in the truck.
Hey! Get in the truck!

You have to drive him
to the doctor.

Listen to me.
Go and get a doctor.

I'm gonna take care
of the girls, I promise.

- Drive to the doctor.
Just drive.

I'm gonna take care
of the girls!

- Wendy!
- Wendy!

Wendy! Wendy!


Shit! Wendy!


How you doing?

So what happened back there?

Are my daughters okay, Billy?

I don't know, ma'am.

It is Billy, right?

That guy's been strangling women across
the state line for some time now.

I heard about this.


All those innocent women.


You guys had a serial killer

here in town a while back,

- That's right.
- The guy that lived in our house

before we moved in.

Yeah, the realtor had to disclose
everything before we bought the house.

It's the law.

- That so?
- Yeah.

We actually got
a pretty good deal on it.

You know, what I didn't get,
though, was...

How did he meet
all those young girls?

I don't understand the question.

Well, what I mean is,

according to the papers and the
locals that they interviewed,

Martin Ellsbury was both, you
know, was handsome and charming,

but he barely ever
left his house,

so how did he meet all these
young girls that he killed?

I don't know, ma'am.
The Internet, maybe?

Yeah, you know,
I thought that too,

but the house has not really
been set up for cable,

so no. I doubt
he had the Internet.

No, I'm thinking...

someone did the introducing.

Maybe a real ladies' man.

Listen, lady.

What's your fascinationwith
serial killers, huh?

Martin Ellsbury, this guy in this
paper, wh-wh-what are you getting at?

Oh, yeah. The guy that's doing
the killings in that paper, Billy?

He's dead now.

Yeah. My husband and I
killed him a few hours ago.

Just like we killed Martin
Ellsbury a couple of months ago.

- You see...
- Hey, hey, hey!

We... my family has a...

I guess you can call it
a disease, you know,

that causes us to feed every full
moon once you reach a certain age.

I mean, it's different for
everyone, but for the most part

it's between the ages
of 16 and 18.

Full moon.

What, like-like-like
werewolvesor something?

Yeah, like that or something.

- Wendy!
- Wendy!

She's not moving.

Wendy? Wendy!

Are you gonna come inside, or are you
planning on lying out here all night?

Okay, you're okay.
It's over now.


- Shit.
- I am not explaining this to Dad.

- That's on you.
- Okay. Come on, let's go.

So, like I was saying, my
husband and I were certain

that someone was introducing
those girls to that monster.

But we just couldn't
be sure who.

You knew the guy, right?

- What was his name?
- Martin, yeah.

I mean, I sold him
weed a couple times.

Didn't really know him.

So, while we were out taking
care of that other monster,

our daughters were supposed to
be experiencing their first hunt.

But I guess things
didn't go according to plan.

I mean, after your brothers
and father showed up.

Tsk. All's well that
ends well, right, Billy?

I mean, I'm sure you can figure
out all the rest of it now.

Your daughters... it was all calculated.


They were fucking with us the whole time.

Calm down, Billy.

Listen, right now,

I'm just an ordinary,
concerned mother,

trying to do whatever it takes

to protect her children from
the real monsters in this world.



Okay, wait, Mom.
I'm confused.

You knew what I was
up to the whole time?

Juliet, I'm your mother.

There's not a whole lot
you're gonna get past me.

And you guys planned
to leave us at home

so we could get our first hunt?

Thomas, I think she's finally
figured out our master plan.

Yeah, yeah.

How did you know that Billy was
gonna be at the gas station that day?

We didn't. It was just blind
luck, just like we had no idea

he was the one delivering
those girls to Martin Ellsbury.

Until you guys figured it out.

How did you guys
figure that out?

Little things.

He knew where the spare key
to the front door was.

He knew the layoutof the house way too well

for someone who wasin
it for the first time.

Right, like he knew
where the dining room was,

knew we had a stoop
out back to smoke on.

A closet that locks
under the stairs.

The one thing we didn't know is
that there'll be four of them.

So... we had
to improvise a little bit.

Get them separated outside
so we could hunt.

Do you hear what you're saying?
This is...

Your Mom and I thought
your first time would be...

some lowlife. You had
four very bad men.

And you did it.
You did it.

It's-it's incredible.

Mm, I have one questionfor you, though.

Just tell me why
you burned the house down?

Dad! They had ustrapped inside!

We couldn't turn
inside the house.

Thomas, a girl's first
timeshould be something special.

Can't expect them
to hunt inside the house.

Not the first time.

You're right.

Your Mom's right, you're right.

Can we go?
Can we go?

Yeah! Thought we were
never gonna leave.


This car is a piece
of shit and it stinks, Dad.

Okay, okay.

Uh, the car is temporary.

Let's watch the language
dear, okay?

So where to?

What about the guy that's killing
all those girls on the East Coast?

Oh, they just caught that guy.
It was a good idea, though.

But we're too lateto
help clean up that mess.

I'll tell you what. Surely
there'll be something on the radio,

and, sadly, I'm sure there'll
be plenty to choose from.


- This car is indeed
a piece of shit.

Wash my mouth.