The Jack in the Box: Awakening (2022) - full transcript

When a vintage Jack-in-the-box is opened by a dying woman, she enters into a deal with the demon within that would see her illness cured in return for helping it claim six innocent victims.

[somber orchestral music]

[crickets chirp]

[Isaac] I trust the
money is on its way.

[Olga] Mm.

- [footsteps approaching]
- [door creaks]

[breathes heavily]

[whooshing]

[Isaac] Here it is.

The oldest Jack in the box...

ever discovered.

The original



Jack in the box.

I believe this is the very
one you've been looking for.

Yes.

This is the one.

Finding it wasn't easy.

This box was linked to a
murder case a few years back.

Some nut in Hawthorne drove
its value on the black market

through the roof with
his... ghost stories.

Some sick-minded collectors
would bleed themselves dry

to get their hands
on a thing like this.

Thankfully, none of
them have pockets

quite as deep as yours.

This will be a
wonderful addition

to our vintage
toy collection.



It will take pride of place.

Mr. Huxley, can I ask you
not to smoke that in here?

You can ask all you like,

but I don't take
orders from the help.

[Olga] Do as he says.

Or that briefcase will
get a whole lot lighter.

[Isaac chuckles]

I'm no servant.

You sure fooled me.

[door creaks]

[footsteps recede]

He'll get what he deserves.

I'll put this on display.

Leave it.

I wish to be left alone now.

All right. I'll take
it down in the morning.

Can I get you anything?

- Goodnight.
- [slow string music]

Goodnight.

Sleep well, Mother.

[door creaks]

[Olga sighs]

[chain clinks]

[suspenseful music]

[Olga grunts lightly]

[Olga breathes heavily]

[box clicks]

[Olga breathes heavily]

[box clicks]

[Isaac] Keys.

Keys!

[Olga breathes heavily]

[box clicks]

[Olga breathes heavily]

[Olga grunts lightly]

[box chimes melodically]

["Pop Goes the Weasel"]

[music playing faster]

- [thunder claps]
- [Olga gasps]

[suspenseful music]

[Olga breathes heavily]

[box clicks and squeaks]

- [Jack snarls]
- [ominous music]

[whooshing]

[thunder claps]

[thunder claps]

[floorboards creak]

[thunder claps]

[floorboards creak]

[thunder claps]

[Jack roars]

[suspenseful music]

- [Jack snarls]
- [body clunks]

- [thunder claps]
- [ominous music]

[box lid slams]

[box grinds]

[brooding orchestral music]

[Chauffeur] It's quite
a sight, isn't it?

[Amy] It certainly is.

- [keys clink]
- [distant crow caws]

[box crackles]

It always takes them a lifetime
to open these old gates.

We'd break into
Fort Knox quicker.

[Amy chuckles]

[box crackles]

[Edgar sighs]

[box hums]

[lever creaks]

[gates buzz]

Here we go.

[Amy chuckles]

[brooding orchestral music]

[birds tweet]

[Amy chuckles]

Welcome, Amy.

Thank you.

You must be Edgar. It's
a pleasure to meet you.

This place is incredible.

It certainly is.

I often forget how lucky we are.

This has been home to
Mother and I for 20 years.

I'm not used to luxuries.

She never spares expense.

Is your mother here?

I'd really like to thank
her for the opportunity.

She won't want to be disturbed.

She's been bed bound
for some time now.

[Amy] That's awful.

She has osteosarcoma.
Cancer of the bones.

The agony she feels with
each movement, it's uh...

I wouldn't wish it
on my worst enemy.

She's been seen by every doctor,
every expert we could find.

She was given roughly
six months to live.

That was five months ago.

But I'll never give up on her.

She's a fighter.

I'm sorry. Where are my manners?

Please, come in.

[car starts]

Your duties here
are all focused on

the general upkeep of the manor.

Mainly cleaning and ironing.

I'll brief you every morning

with the tasks
for the day ahead.

Your room is on the first floor.

The floor is shared with your
colleagues, Janet and Frank.

My mother and I
occupy the top floor.

We don't charge for the room,

or even any meals
you're provided with.

You are treated in many
ways as one of the family.

All we ask in return is that
you follow our rules, strictly.

Have a read.

I, uh, I think you'll agree
the role pays quite handsomely.

Quite? [chuckles]

A nine o'clock curfew?

No one comes in or
out of those gates

from nine PM onwards.

I don't fancy your chances
over those 10-foot walls,

so please, make sure you're
on this side of the gates

at sunset and we
won't have a problem.

[paper flicks]

Well?

[Amy chuckles]

[Amy sighs]

Welcome to Rosewood Manor.

Good morning, Mother.

- Oh, my god! [gasps]
- [dramatic music]

- [door slams]
- [breathes sharply]

Mr. Huxley is dead.

How?

Who did this?

This box, Edgar.

It's not what you think it is.

It was built to contain
something not of this world.

A demon.

By opening the box,

I have released it.

And if it gets what it wants,

it has the power to
rid me of my illness.

I will be healthy once again.

What does it want?

Six sacrifices.

And I will live.

[Edgar sighs]

This is insane. This is insane.

I need your help.

Edgar.

None of the staff are
to leave the grounds.

You must keep them here by
whatever means necessary.

To die?

It needs five more victims.

You must bring
more to the manor.

I'm not sure I can do this.

We've done the
impossible before.

You're stronger than you know.

Will you help me, Edgar?

Of course I will.

[dark orchestral music]

You know that.

[whisky splashes]

[breathes sharply]

[breathes deeply]

[Isaac] Is anybody there?

[muffled wind howls]

[suspenseful orchestral music]

You've gotta help me.

Mr. Huxley?

[Isaac] You've gotta
help me outta here!

I'm begging you, have mercy.

[door creaks]

[faint snarls and whispers]

[box rattles]

Open the box, Edgar.

Why should I help you?

[Isaac] Have mercy. I'm
begging you, have mercy.

Let me out, Edgar! Now!

[tense orchestral music]

[Edgar pants]

[box chimes melodically]

["Pop Goes the Weasel"]

Let me out!

It won't open!

[Isaac] Let me out!

- [shrieks]
- [Edgar gasps and pants]

- [muffled wind howls]
- [clock ticks]

[Machine] The person whom
you're trying to reach

is currently unavailable.

Please leave your
message after the...

[sighs] Come on.

- [vase shatters]
- [gasps]

[Janet] That vase was only
worth about a grand.

Don't worry. I'll
tell Edgar I did it.

I've been here way to long
to get kicked out now.

Thanks.

I'm Janet, by the way. I'm
on housekeeping duty, too.

Frank. I'm the chef.

It's great to meet you both.

So, everything all right so far?

Yeah. So far so good.

Where's the house phone?

I just, I can't get
any signal anywhere

and I could do
with making a call.

[Frank chuckles]

What?

Uh...

Yeah, there's no
house phone here.

And honestly, good
luck getting a signal,

'cause I've tried many times.

I just, I need to
call my boyfriend.

Well, my ex.

Is there a computer here?
I could send an email.

Nope.

There's no internet, either?

Welcome to the 1800s,
lovely. [chuckles]

He's out of sight, out of mind.

It's a blessing in disguise.

Trust me. [chuckles]

Check.

[Janet sighs]

Oh, come on.

I've got you cornered.
It's all over.

Can I have a go?

Please do.

I'm not very good
at this chess lark.

Let's see what you
got, city girl.

- [suspenseful music]
- [muffled wind howls]

Oh, you're just gonna
run around the board

all night, aren't you?

I'll be honest, you didn't
strike me as a chess player.

[Amy] Why?

Well, you don't meet many
attractive chess players.

- Thanks.
- [Frank chuckles]

There wasn't much else
to do but play games,

growing up in an orphanage.

When I started
beating the adults,

out-thinking people
twice my age,

it gave me the belief that
I could plan an escape.

You escaped the orphanage?

[Amy] But I came straight
back the next day.

[Janet chuckles]

[Janet] Why?

I just needed to prove
to myself that I could.

From that point on, I
was no longer afraid

of where I'd end up.

I took comfort knowing
that if I ended up

in a bad situation with a
family that mistreated me,

I could find my way
out of anywhere.

Checkmate.

[Janet and Frank chuckle]

Yes!

I think she's gonna fit
in just fine around here.

Don't you?

[crickets chirp]

- Come on!
- Shh, keep your voice down.

[Frank chuckles]

[Janet giggles]

[Frank chuckles]

[switch clicks]

I hate those creaky floorboards.

Are you sure they didn't see us?

Yes. I'm sure.

[creaking]

Shh.

[box chimes melodically]

You're so paranoid.

You look pretty scared, too.

- [scoffs] I don't get scared.
- [Janet chuckles]

- Liar.
- Mm-hm.

[moans]

[Janet breathes heavily]

Frank?

- What?
- I can't do this.

I'm sorry. My mind, it's racing.

[Frank sighs]

Fine.

I'm sorry.

Yeah.

[sighs] Yeah.

["Pops Goes the Weasel"]

[suspenseful music]

[door slams]

[Edgar pants lightly]

Very funny, Janet.

[heavy knocks]

Open the door.

[chuckles]

- [box chimes melodically]
- [eerie orchestral music]

All right, this isn't funny.

- Open the door.
- [lights crackle]

[door thuds]

["Pop Goes the Weasel"]

[spring creaks]

- [ominous music]
- [Jack snarls]

- [door thuds]
- [lights crackle]

[sighs]

[heavy knocks]

Janet, open the door!

[door thuds]

[grunts]

For Christ's sake, you
know I get claustrophobic!

Open the door!

Janet!

[ominous tones]

[flesh squelches]

- [Jack snarls]
- [dark orchestral music]

[Jack snarls]

[wheezes]

[grunts and groans]

- [Jack snarls]
- [tense orchestral music]

- [groans]
- [Jack snarls]

[grunts]

Help!

[box lid slams]

[box grinds]

[gasps] I can't do this.

[gasps] I can't do this.

[gasps] I can't do
this, I can't...

[whisky splashes]

[breathes heavily]

I can't do this.

I need to talk to you!

Mother! Let me help you.

No.

I can do it.

Cane.

[Edgar] How can this be?

It has killed again, hasn't it?

[Edgar] Frank is dead.

[Olga] Every life the demon
takes increases its strength.

And as it gets stronger-

So do you.

[Olga] I'm another step closer.

[groans]

[pants]

Have patience.

You won't let me
down, will you, Edgar?

Hm?

The demon must continue
to get what it wants.

We're gonna finish this.

Together.

I won't rest until
it kills four more.

Whatever it takes, Mother,
I'm gonna keep you alive.

I promise.

[brooding orchestral music]

[knocks]

[distant dog barks]

[knocks]

[door closes]

You should've told me
that you were coming.

Do you always wear that?

Wear what?

That perfume.

I bought that for you
for special occasions.

Look, Edgar, I'll see
you tomorrow, okay?

- I need to talk to you.
- [suspenseful music]

I have to tell you something.

It's killing me, keeping
it to myself. Please.

I think you should
look at trying

to get some professional help.

I've never seen you
like this before.

You used to be so happy
and so full of life.

I want that Edgar back.

My Edgar.

Not the one that she makes you.

What do you mean?

Look, I'm not
trying to upset you.

What do you mean?

[sighs] I don't like the
way your mother treats you.

You've spent so much time
caring for her recently,

you change.

The more time you spend
around her, you...

You become someone else.

She gave up everything for me.

If she had told the police
the truth about what I did,

my life would be over,

before it even began.

- I'm forever in her debt.
- [distant siren wails]

[Stacey sighs]

Look, I think we could both
do with a nice cup of tea.

[Edgar sighs]

[Edgar sighs]

[Edgar sighs]

[suspenseful music]

[phone rings]

[phone rings]

[phone rings]

[Man On Phone] Missing
me already, huh?

Hello?

[crickets chirp]

- [pen scribbles]
- [fire crackles]

[brooding orchestral music]

[Edgar breathes deeply]

- [clock ticks]
- [fire crackles]

[distant bones crack]

- [Jack snarls]
- [eerie orchestral music]

[distant bones crack]

[Jack snarls]

[sinister orchestral music]

[Edgar grunts]

[Edgar pants]

[birds tweet]

[water splashes]

Frank?

[knocks]

You're really late.
It's almost 7:30.

[knocks]

Frank's not here.

He left the manor
last night, so,

I will prepare Mother's
breakfast myself.

[muffled pop music from earbuds]

[creaking]

[bottle sprays]

[creaking]

[startling chords]

[Janet laughs]

Your face.

- That wasn't funny!
- [Janet laughs]

I'm just keeping you on
your toes. [chuckles]

What the hell is that thing?

Some sort of antique
Jack in a box, I guess.

It's a new one.

Olga's always had a taste
for weird collectible stuff.

Not much of a looker,
though, is he?

Look at those eyes!

[laughs]

I'm sorry, okay?

I wouldn't have done it if I
knew it'd bother you this much.

I assume Edgar told
you about Frank?

Yeah.

Yeah, I woke up to a note
outside my door. [chuckles]

He said he was
missing home, so...

Had he talked about
leaving before?

We talked about
leaving every day.

But we were gonna
do it together.

We were gonna start a business

and secretly I hoped
we'd start a family, too.

I just don't get it.

Frank hated going home.

I clearly didn't know
him as well as I thought.

He didn't care about me
as much as I thought.

I'm sorry, Janet.

Like I said. [chuckles]

Out of sight.

Out of mind.

[footsteps approach]

[curtain rings scrape]

You are consumed by
guilt, aren't you?

We are on the cusp
of a miracle, yet,

you feel guilt over them.

A salesman and a cook.

[Edgar] They are people. Flesh
and blood, like you and I.

[Olga] They are nothing like us.

What happens when people
go looking for them?

What happens when
they come here?

When all this is over,
we will start again.

Somewhere so far from here,
no one will ever find us.

We've done it before,
we will do it again.

But that's not all, is it?

- I'm fine.
- Don't lie to me, boy!

It's that girl you've
been seeing, isn't it? Hm?

Stacey.

[Edgar] I don't want
to talk about it.

[Olga] Oh.

Whatever she's done, she's
not good enough for you.

- None of them are.
- That's enough, Mother!

I'm sorry.

I'm sorry, I'm sorry, I'm sorry.

This is all just too much.

[Olga sighs]

How did you find
out about the box?

How did you find out
about any of this?

Many years ago,

I discovered the diary
of the box's creator.

He dedicated his life
to the study of demons.

The box was created to contain

the most powerful demon
he ever encountered.

The Jackestemara.

Jackestemara?

"The Demon of Torment".

If the box was
built to contain it,

why can it be opened?

Because it was never
meant to stay locked.

Many have opened it,

but I believe we are
the only ones alive

who know the box's true purpose.

To make a single wish.

A wish granted for
unleashing the demon.

A wish granted by the demon?

[Olga] Yes.

A reward for allowing it
access to our world once again

to find six victims.

You asked for life.

Why does the demon need to kill?

It takes its victim's life.

Their strength, their soul.

Everything is
transferred to the demon.

But most of all, killing
keeps its hold over Didier.

Didier Dubois.

Its human host.

The creature was once human?

Dubois was a clown
in the Victorian era.

For as long as he
could remember,

he was plagued with
voices in his head.

They demanded he
kill his own family.

They grew louder by the day.

You see, the Jackestemara

initially takes
control of the mind.

But it grows inside its
human host like a cancer.

Eventually, taking over
the body completely.

Dubois sought to
exorcize the demon.

But it was too late.

[sinister orchestral music]

It had already taken
too strong of a hold.

Dubois knew he was
running out of time.

The demon would soon use him
to unleash unthinkable cruelty.

To save his family's life

and any others who
crossed his path,

Dubois demanded he
be cast into the box.

Forever.

[eerie tones]

[box lid slams]

Dubois was betrayed?

The creator wanted a child.

A son God wouldn't give him.

Once enough time had
passed for the Jack

to take full
control of Dubois...

[box clicks]

The deal was made.

[box chimes melodically]

- The Jack was unleashed.
- [Jack snarls]

It claimed its victims.

[box thuds rapidly]

The first deal with
the demon was complete.

The creator was rewarded...

with a son.

[doorbell rings]

[Edgar sighs]

[Olga] This was never
going to be easy, Edgar.

But a great reward

requires great sacrifice.

[button clicks]

[gate buzzes and hums]

- [brooding orchestral music]
- [car engine revs]

[door opens]

[door closes]

Edgar?

Are you here?

It's me.

Edgar?

[ominous orchestral music]

[muffled whines]

[footsteps approach]

[box thuds]

- [chain clinks]
- [Stacey breathes heavily]

You were not alone last night.

You're not as careful
as you think you are.

Even at my lowest, when I
told you my mother was dying,

you couldn't disguise
your happiness.

You were counting
down her final days.

Weren't you?

- Weren't you?
- [chain clinks]

I thought you were the one.

The one that I would one
day share everything with.

[somber orchestral music]

But in the end, I
want to thank you.

For making me realize

that she is

all I truly need.

And now Mother will
always be there for me.

No matter what.

[sighs]

Goodbye, Stacey.

[eerie orchestral music]

[chain clinks]

[door slams]

- [box clicks]
- [box chimes melodically]

- [box thuds]
- [suspenseful music]

[puppet creaks]

[chain clinks]

[blood squelches]

- [sinister orchestral music]
- [blood squelches]

- [box creaks]
- [suspenseful music]

[muffled wind howls]

[Jack snarls]

- [sinister orchestral music]
- [Jack snarls]

[chain clinks]

[Jack grunts and snarls]

[Jack snarls]

- [chain clinks]
- [footsteps thump]

Help!

[Jack snarls]

Help!

Somebody help!

[Jack roars]

[birds squawk]

Edgar's always
been a bit unusual.

A bit weird. [chuckles]

Has he ever had a girlfriend?

I've seen him with plenty
women over the years, but,

something's always
got in the way.

Or should I say

"someone".

He gets infatuated, but
then she gets in his ear.

I think Mrs. Marsdale is
scared she'll be replaced.

You should see him with
a drink in him, though.

He really livens up.

Really?

[Janet] He becomes an open book.

One night, he even to...

No.

No, I can't.

Oh, go on!

[door creaks]

[door closes]

All right. [sighs]

A few years ago, he
got absolutely hammered

and he started talking
to me out of the blue

about his time
back in America.

You could see he
was out of control,

but I just couldn't
stop him talking.

It's like he needed to
tell his story to someone.

Edgar's father also
had a drinking problem,

and was often violent
towards Mrs. Marsdale.

Edgar said one day
he just snapped.

He couldn't stand
back and watch his mom

being beaten up any longer.

So...

Took his father's gin bottle

and smashed it over his head.

He killed him.

He was only 12 years old.

Mrs. Marsdale
framed Edgar's uncle

and the two fled the country.

I've always got the
impression she will never

let him forget what
she did for him.

You can see it in his eyes.

The look of determination
to make her happy.

He would die for that woman.

That's why you should
never be afraid of him.

Because despite what that
worm wants you to believe,

he has no power around here.

None whatsoever. [chuckles]

Only Mother...

[chuckles]

Drops the ax.

But this stays between us, okay?

I promised him the next morning
that I wouldn't tell a soul.

He literally begged me.

- He begged? [laughs]
- Yeah.

He was on his hands and knees,
right where you're sitting.

[Amy and Janet giggle]

[footsteps approach]

[lock clicks]

- [door creaks and squeaks]
- [suspenseful orchestral music]

[Edgar gasps]

[flesh squelches]

- [Stacey screams]
- [dramatic orchestral music]

[Stacey] Help!

[screams]

- [box clicks]
- [screams]

[Edgar coughs]

- [screams]
- [Jack snarls]

[chain clinks]

[box lid slams]

[box grinds]

- [footsteps approach]
- [Edgar breathes heavily]

[clock ticks]

[radio static crackles]

[muffled pop music]

♪ All that I ever wanted ♪

♪ All that I ever want, all
that I ever want, all that I ♪

[radio static crackles]

[muffled piano music]

[radio static crackles]

[lively rock music]

[pill sizzles]

[Amy retches and coughs]

[phone chimes]

[distant bones crack]

- [suspenseful music]
- [distant bones crack]

[Jack snarls]

[bones crack]

[Jack snarls]

[intense orchestral music]

[Amy screams]

[Amy] Somebody help! Help!

Amy?

[Amy pants]

- Amy? Amy!
- [Amy pants]

Amy, what's
happened? Talk to me!

[Amy pants]

It's okay.

[birds tweet]

[muffled footsteps approach]

[knocks]

[door opens]

How are you feeling?

I thought this would help.

I want to go home, Edgar.

I want to leave today.

What happened last night?

I don't know how to, uh...

Just say what's on your mind.

You don't wanna tell me?

I'm afraid you'll
think I'm crazy.

Try me.

Last night, I...

I saw...

You saw what?

I've never seen
anything like it before.

But whatever it was,
it wasn't human.

It was...

It was some sort of creature.

I'm not making this up.

You don't believe me.

Well...

[Amy] Well what?

It's not logical, Amy.

But I know what I saw!

- Are you sure?
- [somber orchestral music]

I...

Look.

Take the day off.

Take the rest of the week off.

Janet and I will cope.

I'm sure the rest
will do you some good.

Now, Dr. Clarke is on
his way. He's a good man.

He's been a blessing for Mother
and I, these last few years.

Do as he says and I promise
you, you'll be right as rain.

In the meantime, if
you need anything,

anything at all,

just shout.

You're in good hands
with us down here, Amy.

There's no safer place to be.

[footsteps recede]

[brooding orchestral music]

[Clarke] Okay.

Are you taking any medication?

No.

Difficult question. No
judgment, of course.

Have you taken anything
you shouldn't have

in the past 24 hours?

Recreational drugs are
one of the most common

causes of hallucinations.

It wasn't a hallucination.

[Clarke clears his throat]

I'm going to give you...

[dark orchestral music]

I'm going to suggest
you get plenty of rest.

I'll leave you my card.

My direct number
is at the bottom.

Please feel free
to give me a call

if you have any further
problems or concerns.

No matter what time or
what the problem is.

[briefcase clicks]

Look after yourself, Amy.

[footsteps recede]

You didn't do it, did you?

Why are you doing this?

This is just wrong.

- Why are you lying to her?
- Keep it down.

I'm gonna tell Amy the truth.

[thud]

I'm not gonna let you ruin this.

Ruin what?

Give me one good reason
why I shouldn't go up there

and tell her the truth.

I wouldn't do that
if I were you.

[Clarke scoffs]

You think I'm afraid of you?

No.

Not of me.

[suspenseful orchestral music]

But you should be afraid.

Is that right?

Afraid of what?

[Edgar chuckles]

You have no idea.

Don't ever contact me again.

[car engine revs]

[dark orchestral music]

[car door slams]

Open the gate!

Edgar, open the damn gates!

["Pop Goes the Weasel"]

You think you can
keep me here, too?

["Pop Goes the Weasel"]

- [Edgar grunts]
- [dramatic music]

[door slams]

Edgar!

Let me out!

Edgar! Let me out!

[breathes heavily]

- [eerie orchestral music]
- [Jack snarls]

- [sinister orchestral music]
- [Jack snarls]

[breathes heavily]

- [Jack roars]
- [screams]

[Jack snarls]

[box lid slams]

[box grinds]

- [somber orchestral music]
- [footsteps approach]

[door creaks]

[Edgar] I got rid of his car.

[Olga] He would've told someone.

Somebody knows he was here.

We need to finish this
and get away, quickly.

I've locked down the manor.

This ends.

Tonight.

[crickets chirp]

[door opens]

[door creaks]

[door closes]

What's wrong?

The doctor gave you
meds, didn't he?

No.

Well, I think he
was going to, but,

for some reason, he
changed his mind.

I overheard something earlier

that I definitely
wasn't supposed to.

I couldn't catch what they
were saying exactly, but...

I saw Edgar give
the doctor money.

He gave him a lot of money.

It looked like he was being
paid to give you something.

Give me what?

You think Edgar paid
him to give me pills?

The doctor seemed against
what they were scheming with

to begin with, but the cash,
well, that changed everything.

Oh, my god.

Why would he do that?

[keys clink]

Something's happening here,
Janet. Something strange.

- Look.
- [keys clink]

It's missing.

- What is?
- The gate key!

It's gone!

Edgar's taken it!

Well, why would he
take that from us?

I told him I wanna go home
and he wouldn't let me,

so he's got the gate key and
he's locked it, hasn't he?

[keys clink]

Well, give me
another explanation!

[sighs]

You can't, can you?

My mind's made up.

I'm gonna find that key and
I am getting out of here.

Are you coming with me?

[Janet sighs]

[keys clink]

[keys clink]

[lock clicks]

Think, Janet, think.

Where would you hide a key?

[footsteps approach]

[sighs]

[footsteps approach]

[suspenseful music]

[footsteps recede]

["Pop Goes the Weasel"]

[eerie orchestral music]

[Jack snarls]

- [Jack snarls]
- [music swells and intensifies]

[Jack snarls]

- [screams]
- [Jack roars]

[thud]

[brooding orchestral music]

[sobs and pants]

Edgar, Edgar, please.

Please help me.

Please, please. [sobs]

Please help me.

Please help me!

Who's

begging

now?

No, no!

- [door slams]
- [sinister orchestral music]

Oh, come on!

[Janet screams]

- [Jack snarls]
- [Janet sobs]

- [thud]
- [Jack shrieks]

- [Jack snarls]
- [Janet grunts]

[Jack snarls]

- [Janet screams]
- [Jack roars]

- [Janet screams]
- [box lid slams]

[box grinds]

[suspenseful music]

Janet?

[lock clacks]

[door creaks]

[tense orchestral music]

Janet?

[switch clicks]

Janet?

- [screams]
- [intense orchestral music]

[gasps]

Amy?

[Amy breathes shakily]

[eerie orchestral music]

[footsteps recede]

Amy?

[door creaks]

No!

[locks clicks]

Open the door!

Open the door, now!

[door handle rattles]

Open the door!

Open the door! [grunts]

[Amy breathes sighs]

[Amy groans]

[Amy chuckles]

[intense orchestral music]

- [Amy groans]
- [flesh squelches]

There is no use
fighting it, Amy.

There's nothing you can do.

- [flesh squelches]
- [body clunks]

- ["Pop Goes the Weasel"]
- [dark orchestral music]

[box thuds]

[Edgar pants]

[Edgar grunts]

[Jack snarls]

[bones crack]

[Amy pants]

The demon must be the
one to take your life.

[Jack snarls]

- [Edgar grunts]
- [thud]

- [flesh squelches]
- [groans]

- [thud]
- [Edgar grunts]

[groans]

- [thud]
- [Edgar grunts]

[groans]

[Olga screams]

- [flesh squelches]
- [screams]

Mother!

- [thud]
- [grunts]

- [knife thuds rapidly]
- [Amy grunts wildly]

- [grunts]
- [thuds]

[Amy pants]

[gasps] No.

No!

[pants]

- [grunts]
- [door rattles]

[pants]

[lights crackle]

- [Jack snarls]
- [pants]

[Jack snarls]

- [lights crackle]
- [Jack snarls]

[sobs gently]

[Jack snarls]

- [lights crackle]
- [tense orchestral music]

[Jack snarls]

[Jack roars]

- [intense orchestral music]
- [pants]

Help!

- [Edgar grunts]
- [door thuds]

[pants]

- Come on!
- [box crackles]

Come on, please work. Come on.

Come on.

No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no!

No, Mother! No, please!

Please, please!
Mother, please, no!

No!

- [Jack snarls]
- [Amy pants]

[Jack roars]

- Come on!
- [box crackles]

- Oh, come on!
- [Jack snarls]

Come on!

Come on!

[box clicks]

[Jack snarls]

[gate buzzes]

- [Edgar gasps]
- [tense orchestral music]

[screams]

- [gate groans]
- [screams]

[distant screams]

[pants]

- [leaves rustle]
- [screams]

[Edgar breathes heavily]

[gate groans]

[grunts and pants]

[screams]

[Jack snarls]

- [groans]
- [Jack snarls]

- [flesh squelches]
- [Jack shrieks]

[Jack snarls]

I'm sorry, Mother.

[Amy grunts]

I failed you.

[Jack snarls]

[gate slams]

[Jack breathes heavily]

[Jack roars]

[Amy grunts]

I just wanted to
see you smile again.

- [somber orchestral music]
- [Amy pants and grunts]

[car approaches]

[Amy yelling] Help!

[Jack snarls]

[Jack snarls]

And you will smile again.

Even if I'm not here to see it.

- [somber orchestral music]
- [Jack snarls]

A life without you

is no life at all.

[Jack snarls]

[breathes deeply]

Consider us even,

Mother.

- [brooding orchestral music]
- [blood squelches]

[Jack snarls]

[blood squelches]

[box lid slams]

[box grinds]

[Olga gasps]

[dark orchestral music]

[intense orchestral music]

[somber orchestral music]