The Breach (2022) - full transcript

Counting down his last days as Chief of Police in the tiny town of Lone Crow, John Hawkins must investigate one last case when a mangled body with uncanny wounds washes up on the shores of the Porcupine River.

[eerie electronic music]
[static buzzing]

[wings flapping]
[logo clanking]

[raven caws and chitters]
[tense music]

[intense music]
[static buzzing]

[whooshing]

[crow cawing]
[crickets chirping]

[water flowing]
[birds chirping]

[water sloshing]

[ominous music]

[canoe creaking]

[water sloshing]



[water flowing]

[water splashing]

[ominous music continues]

[soft guitar music]
[group chattering]

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[group chattering and laughing]

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[eerie music]

[items rustling]

- It was on the end
of the table. Ha-ha!

- Dad?

[group laughing and chattering]

- [Man] That's fucking crazy.

- Guys, there's something
down in the water.



- What are you talking about?
- The boat.

- I don't see anything.
- I don't know.

I think it's empty.
- Show me where.

- I don't know. I just saw
it come down the river.

- I don't know. Come on,
let's go, let's go look.

- Where is everybody going?

- Julie, what are you doing?
- Wait for me.

- Wait, Jess.

[intense music]

[group screams and gasps]
- Shit, oh my god!

[hard rock music]

[hard rock music continues]

[hard rock music continues]

[hard rock music continues]

[whooshing]

[eerie music]

[birds chirping]
[vehicle approaching]

[indistinct chattering]
[door opens and closes]

- Hey, Connie.
- Hey.

- What are we looking at?

- It's hard to tell, boss.

You're gonna have to
take a look for yourself.

Amy Lafoy spotted it first.

She brought the whole
dang family over.

It might be a while till
anybody gets any sleep.

- Look like a local to you?

- I don't know how
you would tell.

You ever seen anything
like this, boss?

- Ah...

You call the
coroner service yet?

- Mm-hmm.

- Carl Talson's gonna
want take a look at this.

- Carl's in Ottawa until
the end of the month.

Jacob's on his way.

- [whistles softly]
Yeah, he'd be the guy.

[vehicle approaching]

[door opens]

Jacob.
- Hawkins.

Chief of Lone Crow.

- That's a hell of a car.

- Heard you're heading down
south to the big city, man.

- Yep. Just one week left.

- Well, I'm surprised
it took you this long.

How's Meg doing with it?

- Haven't spoken to
Meg in a little bit.

- A little bit,
like what's that?

Less than a lot but
more than not enough?

So, what do you got for me?

[eerie music]

- John Doe in a canoe.
[stretcher squeaking]

- Bad?

- Words wouldn't do it justice.

[eerie music continues]

[switch clicks]

[Jacob exhales]

[light squeaking]

- Okay. Let's see
what we got here.

[intense music]

[John coughing]

Holy shit.
- Yeah.

[eerie music]

- Where'd the bones go?

[John clears throat]

- Is there any way, you know,

animals could have done this or?

[tool clinks]
- Animals?

There'd be bone fragments
and shrapnel and...

Where did you find this?

[John exhales]

It wasn't animals.
[flesh squishing]

And bugs would leave
cocoon sacks and webs.

This, this guy's insides
have been shredded.

Look at this.

[switch clicks]

What does that look like?

- Is that an extra
fucking finger?

[eerie music]

- It looks like your
boy here was disfigured.

That makes things
very lucky for you.

- Yeah, it'll speed
things up by a few clicks.

- Jake, what are the...

[suspenseful music]

[flesh squishing]

[switch clicks]

[eerie music]

[plane whirring]

[clock ticking]

- [Announcer On Radio] Well
then, it will be sticky

with a high Tuesday near...

- [sighs] Put this
somewhere for me, would you?

- Okay. Ah, why?

- Because it creeps
me out. I don't know.

Nothing definitive in
the cause of death.

Jake was headed up to Thunder
Bay with some tissue samples,

but bit of a lucky
break, actually.

Our John Doe-
- Cole Parsons.

It's the dead guy's name.

[bag crinkling]
[eerie music]

Lon Yazi was checking his
trap-line out before dawn.

He found this.

It's Dr. Cole Parsons.

He's some kind of physics genius

with a lab at the
University of Ozark.

It's in Oklahoma.

- What's he doing here?

- He leased a place up at Lynx
Creek about 15 months ago.

- Lynx Creek is in
the middle of nowhere.

I mean there's, there's
nothing up there but bush.

- And a house, a big one

according to the
letter of agreement,

He, ah, chartered a boat
to take him up there, Hawk.

- Local outfit?

- Hmm. Meg Fullbright.

- [breathes uneasily] Right.

[papers shuffling]
[bag zips]

[insects chirping]
[vehicle approaching]

[dogs barking and whining]

[rifle clacking]

[rifle firing]
[can clattering]

I always said you were
a better shot than me.

- Officer Hawkins.

What law did I break?
[John chuckles]

- See you found
another lost cause.

- Yeah, we're a
welcoming family here.

Oh. [laughs and kisses] Hi.

Lester, this is John Hawkins,

Chief of Lone Crow.

[John chuckles]

For the time being anyway.

- Yeah, I figured you might
have heard about that.

- A town this size, even the
raccoons have heard by now.

Transfer down south, huh?

Finally making it
out to the big city.

Hey man. Sincere
congratulations.

- I'm actually here on business.

You did a job a while
back about a year ago.

A guy named Cole Parsons.

- Yeah, scientist
dude. What about him?

- Turned up dead this morning.

- Fuck.

[kisses] What happened to him?

- Ah, I can't really say yet.

- Would you tell
me if you could?

- What do you
remember about him?

- Seemed like a decent guy,
he was kind of distant,

needed to get up to Lynx
Creek, and it was just him

and a couple of
big wooden crates.

Equipment, lots of it.

- What type of equipment?

- His business, not mine.

- You never thought to ask?

- Says the guy who never
bothered to tell me

he was blowing outta town.

- I gotta head up to, to Lynx
Creek, do some poking around.

I'm gonna need some
transportation.

And someone who, you know,
knows their way around.

[Meg chuckles]

[keyboard clattering]

[eerie music]

[mouse clicking]

Connie.

- Yeah.

- What do you know
about this Amber Alert?

- Parson's little girl?
- Yeah.

- As far as I know,
she's still missing.

The missing person's
report was never closed.

I'm waiting on a callback
from the lead investigator.

- And what about the
parents? Were they cleared?

- Yeah, it looks like it.

Linda Parsons, that's the wife,

she wasn't even in the
state when it happened.

And Dr. Parsons was
so distraught they
had to sedate him.

- Huh.

[eerie music]

- So you're training dogs now?

- Oh, it's just a hobby.

Getting people in and out
of the bush is still my job.

- That's an interesting
way of putting it.

- Haven't changed a bit, Jake.

- Are you sure about this, boss?

- [sighs] Which part?

- Any of it?

- Just stay close
to the phone. Okay?

- Mm-hmm.

[engine revving]

[siren wailing]

[soft guitar music]

[soft guitar music continues]

[heavy guitar music]

- So I'm guessing this is
as far as the road goes.

- As far as any road goes.

Took Parsons up in May when
the water was really high

and even then we
barely scraped through.

- A fishing boat?

- There won't be any
fishing on this trip, Jake.

- How long until we get
to the house you think?

- Hour and change.

We can camp here and take
the river in the morning

if it makes you feel better.

- You got any floodlights?
- Yep.

And a tarp.
- No,

let's get there tonight.
- Hey, what if someone's

waiting for us, do you really
wanna show up in the dark?

- You're with Chief
of Lone Crow, Jake.

Don't worry about it.

[soft guitar music]
[motor buzzing]

[crickets chirping]

I swear I heard someone say
this would take an hour.

[motor buzzing]

Hey Connie, what do you got?

- I got a few things, boss.

The first item is
that bug, the wasp.

The one you guys found
on Parson's body.

Yeah. It aint so dead.

You think I should
send it to the lab?

[static white noise]
- Yeah.

I wouldn't make that a priority.

Is that, is that everything?

- Well, I haven't been able
to locate the wife just yet,

but I did talk to a sheriff's
deputy who worked on the case.

And according to him,
Linda Parsons fell apart

after her daughter disappeared.

She had to spend three
months in a psych ward.

- No shame in that.
- No, but evidently

she blamed the
disappearance on something

her husband invented.
[motor buzzing]

- Come again.
- Some kind of machine.

He faxed over the deposition.

[static white noise]
[voice distorted]

- Connie. What?

- "That thing my husband
built stole my little girl."

[motor buzzing]
[static white noise]

Boss?

Hawk, you still with me?

[motor buzzing]

- [Jacob] Good news?

- Ah, my deputy
calls about a bug.

[whirring]

You guys hear that?

[chittering]
Yeah.

[switch clicks]

[whirring and
chittering continues]

It's kind of like it's
coming from everywhere.

[insects buzzing]

[whirring continues]

[hand whacks]
- Fuck!

All my life, I'm
like heroin to bugs.

[insects buzz and chirp]

- Meg, what was that?

- Whatever it was,
it's gone now.

[motor buzzing]

[water sloshing]

The house is just up the path.

There's a clearing
in a hundred yards.

- All right, you two
deal with the boat.

I'm gonna check this
out on my own first.

- I'm not gonna
miss that about him.

- I guess this is where I
tell you, I told you so.

- Not gonna miss
you either, Jake.

- Just stating the facts, Meg.

- No, you're kicking
me when I'm down.

You can be a real smug
fuck. You know that?

- That's why you left me for
Chief of Lone Crow, right?

[Meg chuckles]

I still think about us, Meg.

[items rustling]

- Let's keep it
professional, huh?

[wind whistling]
[low humming]

[eerie music]

[footsteps approaching]

- Jesus fucking Christ.

Who builds a monstrosity
like this this far north?

- Ah, it, it looks different.

- Different? What
the fuck you mean?

- I'm, I'm gonna go on
inside and poke around.

Hang tight.

[insects buzzing]

[door creaking]

Hello?

[door closes]

Police.

Anyone home?

[eerie music continues]

[floor creaking]

[suspenseful music]

[suspenseful music continues]

[squishing]

[chittering and snarling]

[door knob clattering]

[low humming]

[door creaking]

[eerie music]

[suspenseful music]

[door creaking]

[fist thuds]
- Hawk!

[door opens]

- I mean, it's a big
house. I looked around.

I couldn't find
any signs of life.

- Should we, should we go back?

[footsteps thudding]

- Home sweet home.

- Wow.

[bag unzips]
I do not remember

it being this bad.

[eerie music]

[pattering and chittering]

- Rats, maybe. Raccoons.

- Yeah. Big ones.

[machine whirring]

[lights buzzing]

- It's coming from the basement.

[low humming]

[footsteps receding]

[door creaking]

[door slams]

[humming and whirring]

- Hey, check this out.

[machinery whirring]
[static buzzing]

Some kind of supercharger.
- Geez.

How much power does
this joint need?

- It depends on what you're
getting up to, I guess.

This looks like it
could be the electrical.

- And that one?

There's something back here.

[electricity humming]

That's interesting.

- [John] What?

- Looks like it
goes all the way up.

- I think I know where
this cable's going.

There was a room that I
couldn't get into before.

[eerie music]

I swear to God,
this door was locked

the last time I was here.

[creepy music]

- Huh. Dear, this
is some weird shit.

[distorted screaming]

- What is all this?

[papers rustling]

What is it?

[creepy music continues]

[insect buzzing]
- Ah, fuck!

I just got stung, man.
- You all right?

- Get the fuck
away from me, man!

- Hey, you fucking
watch yourself.

- Jake, let me take a look.
- I'm fine.

Sorry, it's just
every fucking bug

is out for my blood tonight!

And this is voodoo bullshit!

[Jacob breathes heavily]

- [Alex] What kind of
scientist did you say that was?

- I didn't, but since
you asked, physics,

particle physics, actually.
[Alex scoffs]

- No, no, no, no, no, no, no.

- What's wrong?
- Do you remember that time

Greg and Anna were arguing
about Jiffy Peanut butter?

- [laughs] Yeah. What does
that have to do with this?

- They couldn't decide
whether it was Jiff or Jiffy,

even though they'd been eating
that peanut butter for like,

I don't know, since the 1970s.

- Okay, so?

- The Mandela Effect,
Connie, the Mandela Effect.

Ever wonder why things
haven't been the same

in the world since 2008?

It's these scientists.

You know, ever since the
day they started playing

with particles and
collapsing micro black holes,

ah, nothing's been the same.

Come on, think about it.
Was it Jiff or was it Jiffy?

- Huh.

[phone ringing]

Oh, hang on.

- This is Connie.
- [sighs] You know,

who built a house this
big all the way out here?

- Up the Porcupine
River? I don't know.

I mean, the old Arnprior
Railway did go up there.

- Yeah, that
crossed my mind too.

Check with all the local
fur traders, you know,

see if they've ever
heard of this place.

Maybe the bush pilots, they
could have flow over it, so.

[static crackling]
[snarling]

- Boss?
- Hello?

Oh, Connie?

[static crackling]

Connie?

[eerie music]

[crickets chirping]

[insects buzzing]

[door opens and closes]

[Jacob sighs]

[John clears throat]

- [sniffs] So, is this is
how you pictured finishing

your hitch as
Chief of Lone Crow?

- Ah, I thought I might
be a little drunker,

wearing a bear skin hat, maybe.

- Yeah. It's not how I
thought you'd do it either.

What? First you steal my
girl then you ditch her.

Did a number on us both, man.

- What's your problem, Jake?

- I can ask you the same thing.

- Yeah, except it'd be none
of your fucking business.

- That's exactly
where you're wrong.

- It stopped being your
business the minute

that Meg threw
your sorry ass out,

which was long before
we were anything.

So spare me the fucking
bullshit, will ya?

- It's a fucking
great story, huh?

I like how you're the
hero and I'm the prick.

- You are the prick, Jake.

- Yeah, well, you
ain't no hero, John.

It's a fucking shame
you just can't see

what's right in
front of your eyes.

Trust me. I'm doing it
for her sake, not yours.

You're making the
same mistake I did.

- Hey.

- Hey.

- Are you okay?

- Fine.

- Are you sure? 'Cause
your eye looks a little...

- I don't need a
doctor, so it's okay.

- Okay.

[eerie music]

[crickets chirping]

[bag unzips]
[Meg sighs]

[suspenseful music]

[footsteps pattering]

Dude. [sighs] What the fuck?

- Sorry, I just thought that
maybe we might wanna all bunk

in the same room together.

- Why?

- As a precaution.

One of us keep watch. Maybe.

- You want a roommate, try Jake.

[door slams]

[John exhales]

[eerie music]

[crickets chirping]
[machinery whirring]

[circuit clanking]

[wind whistling]

[insects buzzing]

[floor creaking]

[suspenseful music]

[gun clacks]

[gun clicks]

[door creaking]

- Hi.

[gun clicks]

Can't sleep.

[John exhales]

Something happened to this
house since I last saw it.

- What do you mean?

- It's not the same.

It's changed. It's gotten
like older or something.

- I'm not sure I follow.

[Meg sighs]

- All those cables.

You know, and, and the
air in here is like,

like metallic or something.

Oh, yeah, maybe it's
just my imagination.

I've spent weeks
alone in the bush.

This house? No fucking way.

[eerie music]

[whooshing]

[ladder whirring]

[ladder thuds]

You never even asked
if I'd come with you.

[John chuckles]

- Would you have said yes?

- Would you have stayed?

- Would you have asked me to?

- Would it have
mattered if I did?

- Oh, is that really
a fair question?

[soft guitar music]

- It feels like we're
playing chicken.

See who's gonna say
the wrong thing first.

- Would you rather if we
didn't say anything at all?

- Would that be easier for you?

- Wait, don't go, don't go.

[John sighs]

[soft guitar music continues]

[Meg moans]

[Jacob moaning]

[door creaking]

[suspenseful music]

[wind whistling]

[creepy music]

[chittering and whirring]

[blankets rustling]

- What?
- That sound.

[switch clicks]

The power's out.

- What the fuck is that?

Jake?

He must have gone outside
for a leak or something.

[John sighs]

- [breathes uneasily]
Who are you?

- Okay.

[suspenseful music]

Everyone just stay calm.
- I'm not, I'm calm.

Where is my husband?

- Your, your husband?

Are you Linda Parsons?
[pump clacks]

- Don't move.

- My name is John Hawkins.

I'm the chief of the Lone
Crow Police Department.

- What are you doing here?
- I could ask

the same thing to you.

- I'm here to find my husband.

- Mrs. Parsons, Linda.

A man's body was found
just outside Lone Crow.

- Way south, down river.

- That's why we're here.

I'm, I'm truly sorry.

[eerie music]

[lantern clacks]

- Can I get you anything?

- Some heat would help.

- The, ah, generator is out.

- Let me see if I
can get it working.

[switch clicks]
- Be careful.

- [Linda] The power
was on when I got here.

- [John] When was that?
You got back here?

- Yesterday. I think.

- You're not sure?

- What happened to him?

- We're hoping, um, some
tests are gonna clarify that.

- Hoping?

- Natural causes
has been ruled out.

That's pretty much all I
can tell you right now.

[Linda breathes uneasily]

[eerie music]

[metal parts clattering]

[chittering]

Meg, are you okay down there?

- Yeah! I, I can't
get it to work.

[intense music]

- You said you came up here
looking for your husband.

How did you know where he
was? Did he contact you?

- No, I, I finally tracked down

the rental agency, the house.

So I chartered a float plane.

- The pilot?

- He didn't stay. I
didn't want him to.

- So you stayed here
alone last night?

- My husband had been
here, the power was on,

so I waited.

And finally I went
out searching.

- You just got back now?
- Yes.

- Okay.

Okay.

[creepy music]

The body was
significantly damaged,

but it was your husband's ID.

- So you don't know.
Not for certain.

You don't know it's him.
- Ah, your husband's hand.

[clattering outside]

- What is it?

- When you got here,

you're sure there was
no one else outside?

- No, not that I saw.
- What's going on?

- Stay here.

Jacob?

[suspenseful music]
[crickets chirping]

[birds squawking]

Fucking guy.

[machine buzzing and whirring]

[glass clinking]

- The fuck?

[door closes]

[whirring continues]

- Isabelle. [breathes uneasily]

[machinery whirring
and clattering]

- Hey! Get out!

- Jake! Hey, Jake!

Okay, okay.

[machine clanking]

[Jacob breathes heavily]

- Where am I? Where am I?

[eerie music]

- Did you, did you
turn that thing on?

- No, of course not.

- [scoffs] We're not
dicking around here, man.

What the fuck was that?

- I don't know. I don't know.

- How did you get up there?

- I was asleep, then
the next thing you know,

I'm in that fucking attic.

Just don't touch me. Okay?

I need to go lie down.

[footsteps receding]

- Hey. Hey.

Where's Linda?

- [sighs] I think
she's still up there.

[footsteps receding]

[Meg sighs]

You okay?

- No, no, I'm not okay.

[eerie music]

[creepy music]

- [breathes uneasily]
Where did you get this?

- I found it downstairs.

[Linda gasping]

[Linda sobbing]

- Your daughter.

It was here?

[Laura whimpering]

[Meg breathes uneasily]

[creepy music continues]

[machine whirring and buzzing]

[John coughing]

[machine pulsing]

[John breathes uneasily]

You called her name earlier.

You said "Isabelle."

- [whimpers] When
you lose a child,

you see them in everything.

[eerie music]

This machine took her.

- What exactly does it do?

- Have you heard of
a particle collider?

It uses electromagnetic fields
to propel charged particles

to incredible speeds.

- How dangerous is it?

- To anyone that
goes inside, I, I...

- And the rest of us?

[Linda whimpering]

[Meg sighs]

- [John] Linda!

[footsteps approaching]

- This room was locked
when I checked it.

Where did you find the key?
- I didn't, it was open.

What can you tell
me about all this?

- [breathes uneasily] I worked
with Cole for over 10 years

and I can tell you that
this is not his work.

- You're sure?

Okay, all right, if
this is not his work,

then what the hell is it?

- He may have had assistance.

Someone he was secretly
communicating with.

[John exhales]

I don't know why he
wouldn't share it with me.

I, I could sometimes hear
them talking late at night.

- All right.

Well, there might be
answers on his computer

if we could access the files.

- Are you asking
for my permission?

- I'm asking you
for the password.

- Well then I wish
I could help you.

[items clattering]
[crows cawing]

- Look, I know this
is difficult for you,

but if I'm gonna find out what
happened to your husband...

[eerie music]

Linda? Linda?

[Linda breathes rapidly]

[door opens]

[Linda breathes uneasily]

- Hello, Tinker Bell.

[Linda whimpering]

[hand whacks]
[both gasp]

I deserve that.

- We had very good
reason to believe

that you were dead, Mr. Parsons.

[Cole laughs]

A canoe ran ashore.
There was a body inside.

It was badly mutilated.

- Jeepers. That's terrible.

[whooshing]
[Jacob breathes uneasily]

[eerie music]

[Jacob whimpering]

[Jacob gasps and groans]

- Walk me back a little bit.

Didn't you hire Miss
Fullbright, chartered a boat?

- Who's boat?

- Mine.

- Oh yes.

Ah, it had just been
so long, I'd forgotten.

- Did you forget about me too?

- What? No.

Linda, I could never
forget about you. Never.

I just needed to get
away for a while.

- A while?

It's been over a year.

- Feels like forever.

[bandage peeling]

[Jacob groans and
breathes uneasily]

[eerie music]

[eyeball squishing]

[Jacob gasping]

[intense music]

[knock on door]
- Jake?

- Hey.

- Hey.

- Could you get me some water?

But not from the tap.

I don't trust the water here.

- Sure, anything you want.

How are you doing?
- Hmm, better, thanks.

[door creaking]

[Jacob whimpering]
[door closes]

[eerie music]

- Now that you're
obviously alive, I'm faced

with a completely
different question.

What's a dead body doing
with your backpack?

Okay.

Why not tell me about the
machine in your attic?

- Hmm, oh, it's something

I've been working very hard on.

- Is it something someone
might wanna steal from you?

- Oh, I can't imagine.

- What would you do if they did?

[crows cawing]

- Hawk, it's Connie again.

I need you to call me
back as soon as you can.

There's been, ah, developments.

[receiver clacks]

[wasp buzzing and pattering]

[computer dings]
[gasps] Oh!

What is it, Alex?
- Yeah, I was thinking about

that physicist you mentioned.
- Yeah.

- And I, I don't
wanna scare you.

- Well, I don't scare easy.

You should know that by now.

- Yeah, well, have you ever
heard the name Cole Parsons?

- What about him?
- Yeah, he was some hotshot

at CERN before he was fired.

- I don't, what's CERN?
- CERN, the largest

particle physics lab
in the world, Connie.

And do you know
what they do there?

Black magic rituals.

I mean there's a
hundred YouTube videos

if you wanna check it out.

And frankly, I'm a little
surprised you haven't.

- Oh, okay. But
why would they be-

- Listen to me, people
from all over the world

are hearing this crazy,
weird humming noise

and they can't
explain it, and why?

Because there is no
explanation for it.

They are opening the
gates to hell here.

And Parsons, I'm
telling you Parsons,

he's at the center of it.

- I have work to do, Alex.
- Oh, come on.

Connie, please don't let them-

[computer dings]

[wasps buzzing]

[trees creaking]

- Jesus.

[branch cracks]

[eerie music]

- Did you really think
I wouldn't find you?

Cole, I've seen
the room upstairs.

That thing in the attic.

Her doll.

Jesus, Cole, you brought
her doll here. Why?

- I needed her.

- Talk to me.

Please.

I came because I need
to know what happened.

To both of you.

[Cole breathes uneasily]

[crows cawing]

- Not now.

Go lie down.

[leaves rustling]

[trees creaking]

[intense music]

[John exhaling]

- [Meg] John?

[John breathes uneasily]

[Linda breathes uneasily]

[knocks on door]

[door opens and creaks]
[Jacob whimpering]

- Oh God.

Can you hear me?

[Jacob convulsing]

Oh my God.

[suspenseful music]

[intense music]
[Jacob whimpering]

Jacob, let go of me.

[Jacob choking and coughing]

- I was looking to get a signal.

I gotta fill Connie in then...

And then I gotta figure out
what the hell to do next.

- What we're gonna do next
is we're gonna get Jake

the hell outta here,
sooner the better.

- Chief.

- Jacob.

Jake.

- Jake, are you okay?

- You need to look at his hand.

His hand.

[suspenseful music]
[Meg gasping]

- Holy shit.

- We have to get him
out of here. Fast.

- We need to call in
a plane, something.

- I still can't get any signal.

- [breathes heavily] We
have a boat, I can, um,

I'll go down river,
try to get service.

- Go now, go.
- Okay.

What the fuck is
happening to him?

- I'm not a medical doctor.
- No, but you know more

than you're letting on.

- He was...

- What?
- He was in the machine

when it activated, I
don't think anyone knows

what effect that could have
on molecular structure.

- Not even your husband?
- No.

No, he could, he
couldn't have known.

He, ah, he would never
set out to hurt her.

[suspenseful music]

- What did you just say?

- He loved her
more than anything.

He didn't know, he...

- Look at me.
[Linda sighs]

- He couldn't have known.
- Is this what happened

to your daughter?
- No!

I swear to God. [cries]

You have to believe me.

- Jesus, fuck.

[door opens and closes]
[Meg panting]

- The boat.

I, I swear I brought it
up on shore last night.

- Things do go
missing around here.

- You do something to our boat?

- No.

- Well someone did.
- It appears that way.

- You fucking getting
smart with me?

- [Meg] You should
check down at the camp.

- What camp?

- Down river, about a
mile, mile and a half.

- Yeah, I saw it on the
way up here. [panting]

It was right where I saw
that thing last night.

- All right, let's
go check it out.

But we gotta make it fast.
- Wait, what about Jake?

- We'll deal with him
in a bit. Come on.

- You are the breach.

[suspenseful music]

- What'd you say?

Megan, what'd he say to you?
- Just leave it.

- What did you say?

[fist whacks]
- Christ, John!

- Oh shit! [groans]

- Man's had it coming
since he got here.

[body slams]
Stay there!

[handcuffs clattering]
[Cole groaning]

[handcuffs clacking]

[Cole laughing]

- What's so fucking funny?

What'd he say to you?
- I don't even know.

There goes your ticket
outta Lone Crow.

- Well maybe it's just
as well. Let's go.

[Jake gasping]

[suspenseful music]

[upbeat ring tone]
[voice distorted]

- Jake, is that you?
[static buzzing]

Jake, can you hear me?
[voice distorted]

I can hardly hear you. Hang on.

Jake.

[Jake gurgles and groans]

Tell Hawk we got the
lab results back.

The dead guy in the canoe is
Cole Parsons. It's nothing new.

It's just confirming
what we already figured,

but I need him to call me back.

[eerie music]

[Jacob groaning]

- Shh, shh, shh, shh, shh,
shh, shh, shh, shh, shh.

[Jacob whimpering]

There, there.

You are almost here. Shh.

[suspenseful music]

- Jesus.

[gun clicks]

[keyboard clattering]

[error message buzzes]

[suspenseful music]

[keyboard clattering]

[error message buzzing]

[Linda chuckles]

[keyboard clattering]

[key clicks]
[message beeping]

[Linda sighs]

[mouse clicks]

[eerie music]

[mouse clicking]

[static crackling]
- Hi, Tinker Bell.

I knew you'd find me.

I only hope it's not too late.

[sighs] I did it, Linda.

I touched the edge of reality.

Let something touch me back.

[breathes uneasily] I did
something I shouldn't have done.

[suspenseful music]

- Oh! [coughing]
[Meg gasps and coughs]

[intense music]

[flies buzzing]

I experimented with others,

but I got to see for myself.

[Linda gasping]

I have to leave now.

Now before it kills me.

No more secrets.

Don't hate me, Linda.

[Linda crying]

[suspenseful music]

- No.

No. [whimpering]

Please, no.

Isabelle.

[intense music]

Isabelle!

[Isabelle screaming]
[Linda gasping]

[Linda breathes heavily]

[gasps] No.

[Linda gasps]

[intense music continues]

[papers rustling]

Oh! No!

Ah!

[papers tearing]

[dramatic music]

What did you do?

[soft dramatic music]

Is she here?

No! No!

Where is she?

[Linda grunting]

[intense music]

[Meg panting]

[Meg vomits and coughs]

- Oh, Meg, I'm sorry, I'm
sorry you had to see that.

[Meg breathes heavily]

- I'm pregnant.

[crows cawing]

[Meg breathes heavily]

- Well, how long, how
long have you known?

[Meg sighs]
Meg.

- Let's just focus on one
thing at a time, yeah?

- Yeah.
- Yeah, yeah.

- Okay. Okay.

[Linda whimpering]

[grate clattering]

[papers rustling]

[Linda breathes uneasily]

[Linda groans]

[pipe creaking]

[Linda gasping]

[step snaps]
[body slams]

[Linda whimpering]

[Linda breathes uneasily]

[Linda groaning]

[leaves rustling]

Shit.

Where the hell is he?

What is this guy? A physicist
or a fucking magician?

[lantern scraping]

[can clinks]

[objects scraping]

[footsteps thudding]

[footsteps receding]

[suspenseful music]

I think we, um, we gotta
assume the worst here. Okay?

- Yeah, that seems fine.

- No, no, stop,
stop, listen, listen.

Listen to me.

[Meg panting]

[soft dramatic music]

This is my job. All right?

I need you to stay here.

You gotta have my
back. All right?

- Mm-hmm.

[door closes]

[suspenseful music]

[Jacob groaning]

- Jacob.

[groaning continues]

Jake.

[body thuds]
[doorknob clattering]

Jake.

[Jacob convulsing]
[bed clattering]

Okay, I gotta get
you out of here.

[Jacob gasping and screaming]

[intense music]

[bones cracking]
[Jacob screaming]

[blood spurting]
Ah, eh!

[door slams]

[Jacob convulsing]

Help!

[leaves rustling]

[Meg sighs]

[birds chirping]

[trees creaking]

[suspenseful music]

[intense music]

[flesh tearing]

[door banging]

[Jacob convulsing and groaning]

[flesh ripping]

[flesh squelching]

[body banging]
[John screaming]

[creature snarling]

[door slams]
[limbs thumping]

[creature snarling]
[flesh squishing]

[John groaning]

[gun fires]
[head explodes]

[innards squishing]

[rifle clacks]
[shell clinks]

[both breathe heavily]

- What was that?

- Whatever that
was, it wasn't Jake.

Only what's left of him.

[both panting]

[suspenseful music]

[blood and flesh dripping]

[Meg sighs]

[ax clinks]

[tools clattering]

- Give me my daughter.

- [Isabelle] Mommy.

[suspenseful music]

- Isabelle.

[machine whirring and buzzing]

[intense music]

[house rumbling]
[Meg panting]

[dishes rattling]

[whimpering] Oh.

[dramatic music]

My baby.

[Linda gasps]

Isabelle, don't.

[machine whirring and buzzing]

[intense music]

[Meg breathes heavily]
- We gotta destroy that thing.

- How?
- I can rig it.

I'll rig it to blow.
- Okay.

- We can't hold
these things off.

[soft guitar music]
[Meg breathes heavily]

- Yeah.

- Anything happen...
- Oh.

- Anything happens, you,

- I don't-
- you gotta keep going, okay?

- Okay. Oh God.
[breathes heavily]

Come back to me. Okay?

[soft dramatic music]

[both breathe heavily]

[suspenseful music]
[hand thuds]

[gas can clattering]

[gas sloshing]

[suspenseful music]
[door opens and closes]

[creatures snarling]
[rifle firing]

[gas trickling]

[rifle firing]
[body thuds]

[rifle clacking]

[gun firing]

[John groaning]
[furniture clattering]

[rifle clacking]
[creatures snarling]

[rifle firing]
[creature groaning]

[rifle firing]
[creature shrieking]

[body thuds]

[rifle clacking]

[rifle firing]
[head exploding]

[creatures snarling]
[rifle clacks]

Hawk!

[suspenseful music continues]

[both grunting]
[fist whacks]

[foot thuds]

[gun clattering]

[rifle firing]
[bullets clicking]

Where are you?

[creature snarling]

[rifle fires]
[head explodes]

[both grunting]

[flesh squelching]
[John screaming]

[foot thuds]

[pipe whacking]

[intense music]

[creature snarling]

[rifle clacking]

[rifle firing]
[flesh squelching]

[rifle clacking]
Oh shit.

Ah, come on!

[suspenseful music]

[creatures growling]

[Meg breathes uneasily]

Oh God. [breathes heavily]

[footsteps approaching]

[Linda gasping and groaning]

[Meg breathes uneasily]

[rifle clacks]

[intense music]
[Linda gasping]

[Meg breathes uneasily]

[Linda groaning]

[rifle fires]
[blood spurts]

[body thuds]

[dramatic music]
[Meg breathes uneasily]

[John groaning]

John!

- I'm okay!

[match striking]

We run in five seconds! Ready?

[fire crackling]

Now!

[intense music]

[John groaning]

Okay.

[fire crackling]

[John groaning]

Ah, God!

[Cole biting]
[John screaming]

Meg. [gasps]

[fire roaring]

[sparks zapping]
[fire whooshing]

[house exploding]

[windows shattering]

[fire roaring]

[debris clattering]

[eerie music]

[fire crackling]

[Meg gasping and coughing]

[creature chittering]

[intense music]

[birds chirping]
[engine revving]

- [Reporter] It's been a few
months since the specialists

have descended on
the Lynx Creek area.

Although officials are
being very tight-lipped,

at least one anonymous
source has told me

what is happening is akin to
the Chernobyl disaster of 1986.

Meanwhile, the casualties
continue to mount.

[Meg humming]
[clock ticking]

[door opens and closes]

[chair creaking]

[Meg sighs and
breathes uneasily]

- Hi Meg.

Sorry, I probably should
have called ahead.

- It's okay, Connie.
- I, ah, I just came by

to drop this off.

I figured you'd be
the one who'd, ah,

it's some of John's old stuff.

So...

How you doing?
- Tired,

but, ah, fine otherwise.

- I guess you heard the news.

- What news?

- Oh, that place
up at Lynx Creek.

It's crawling with specialists.
It's all hush-hush.

And not from around here.

Sounds like there's
gonna be an evacuation.

I just wanted to give
you the jump on it.

You got a place to go?

- Yeah.

- And what about your, ah-

- Gave 'em away. [sighs]
I just needed the quiet.

- Of course. Yeah.

Well, you holler if you
need anything. Okay?

- Thanks, Connie.

[Connie gasps softly]

[footsteps receding]

[flies buzzing]

[fire crackling]

[items clattering]

[flies buzzing]

[intense music]

[upbeat rock music]

[singing in foreign language]

[upbeat rock music continues]

[singing in foreign language]

♪ Ooh ♪

♪ Ooh ♪

[singing in foreign language]

[singing in foreign language]

[singing in foreign language]

♪ Ooh ♪

♪ Oh ♪

♪ Ooh ♪

♪ Ah ♪

♪ Oh ♪

[upbeat rock music continues]

♪ Ooh ♪

♪ Oh ♪

♪ Ooh ♪

♪ Ah ♪

[singing in foreign language]

[singing in foreign language]

[upbeat rock music continues]

[singing in foreign language]