Hellions (2015) Movie Script

Dr. Aaron,
dial extension 200, please.
Dr. Aaron, extension 200.
Dr. Burr, 4-1-2-0.
Dr. Burr, 4-1-2-0.
I could lie here forever.
Hey, got your costume
picked out for tonight?
- Mm-hmm.
- Hmm.
I'm thinking of going
as an, um, exhibitionist.
Oh, okay. Yeah, that's scary.
Hey, it's the only day
of the year
I can wear something
slutty and get away with it.
You know, I wish..
I wish I knew a poem
or something right now.
Something romantic and deep.
It's too bad
you're flunking English.
I am not.
Sorry, sorry.
Remind me why you skipped
class yesterday again?
I wasn't feeling well.
Right. You threw up
all over your paper-mache.
I remember now.
You are such a jerk.
What time is it?
Oh, shit.
- Where you going?
- Shit, shit, shit.
I have to go to the clinic
and I'm so late.
They want me to pick up
a prescription or something.
It's just a follow-up.
Hit me.
Don't go.
Hmm. Later, stud.
Could, um, come by your place?
I mean, if you want my mom
to snip off your balls.
That's what I thought.
Catch you later.
You boys know
this is private property?
Who's gonna clean that up?
Dr. Henry?
Your ass is grass
and I'm the lawnmower.
Now, get outta here!
Take those eggs home
to your mom.
- Whatever.
- See ya later.
- Later, cop!
- Howdy, Mike.
Hello, princess.
Guess you're not much
of a Halloween guy, huh?
No, I am not.
One of these days
I'm liable to shoot me
one of those little brats.
Aw, come on,
if it wasn't for Halloween
this town probably would
just vanish right off the map.
You got a point there.
I'll see you later.
Take care, kiddo.
Wednesday at 3 o'clock.
Thursday at 10:30 a.m.
Alright. Well, just be sure
to bring any information...
I like your costume.
I like yours, too.
I'm not... I'm not wearing
a costume.
No, that should be fine.
Okay, Dora, he'll see you now.
Happy Halloween.
That can't be true.
I'm afraid it is.
Are you sure?
Well, according to your
HCG levels
you're about four weeks in.
No, I, look, I..
There has to be
some sort of mistake.
Hey, it just takes one time.
So now we're gonna have to..
We're gonna have to figure out
what to do next.
I'm 17.
You're not the first person
to have this happen
to before they're ready.
Well, what am I supposed to do?
We can book
a follow-up appointment.
For next week.
Review our options.
We still have time.
But whatever course
we do take, um..
Well, we're obligated
to notify a parent.
No way.
I understand that
you may be feeling
a wide range of emotions
right now.
And that's very normal.
You can take precautions but..
Nothing is ever 100%.
So now we're gonna have to..
We're gonna have to figure out
what to do next.
I'm gonna assume you know
who the father is.
You sure you don't
wanna... wanna talk..
Always taking Halloween
nonsense too far.
Dora, Dora, Dora, wait.
This is not the time
to isolate yourself, okay?
People can be a lot more
understanding than you think.
And, uh..
You're smart enough to know
that whatever you talk about
with me is strictly
confidential, so..
Call me.
If you do wanna talk.
Or I can refer you
to a specialist.
Don't hesitate to call.
I'll see you next week.
Dr. Aaron,
dial extension 200, please.
Dr. Aaron, extension 200.
Dr. Burr, 4-1-2-0.
Dr. Burr, 4-1-2-0.
Can you hear me?
There we go.
- Ew, slimy.
- Nice try, mom.
Alright, killer.
Let's take out all those guts.
Oh, yeah.
Get your hands right in there.
- There.
- No, no, in the bowl, Remi.
Oh, and tonight,
if you didn't know it by now
we will have
a blood moon tonight.
- Dora.
- Jesus.
Hey, listen, there's still
one pumpkin left.
We could use that tongue
of yours to carve it.
Aren't you sick of pumpkins?
Just staying
in the spirit of things.
You should try it some time.
Listen, um
I want you coming home
at a reasonable hour tonight.
Oh, uh... yeah.
I'm not gonna go to the party.
Great. You can come
with Remi and me.
Yeah, I think
I'm just gonna stay home
and watch a scary movie
or something.
Here? Just by yourself?
Yeah. So?
Listen to me.
You can't be skipping class
any more
to be messing around
with what's-his-face.
Messing around?
Just stop, alright?
All I'm saying
is it's your senior year
and I would really like
to see you graduate.
You know, mom, we can't all
be prom queens like you.
Fine, Dora.
That's fine,
just... do me a favor
get your grades up and at least
try and make it to the prom.
Remi, get your shoes on!
Hyah! Wha!
Dora, we're leaving.
And if you really are
going to stay in tonight
I only want trick-or-treaters
Do you know what I'm saying?
Come on, you. Let's go.
Candy's in the bowl,
if you want to hand it out.
Okay, first we'll go
to Sam's house. Okay?
Because his mom said..
Uh, Mom? Mom? Hey.
What is it?
I just wanted, um..
I missed class yesterday
just 'cause I wanted to...
Come on. We're missing all
the best candies.
One second, Remi. Hang on.
Baby, look, just..
Go out, okay?
Have fun with your friends.
One day you'll blink and you
won't be a kid any more.
You can even wear my tiara
if you want.
Okay, see you
in a couple of hours.
Love you.
Come on, mister, let's go.
Uh, well, Jace..
I have... a bit of news.
I'm 17.
That can't be true.
There has to be
some sort of mistake.
Well, I really hope you didn't
have any plans because..
I'm 17. I'm 17.
A bit of news, um..
There has to be
some sort of mistake.
I'm knocked up.
I'm knocked up and it's great.
No, it's horrible.
I'm pregnant.
Okay, Jace.
Oh. Well, nice costume.
You gonna say trick-or-treat
or something?
It's part of the deal.
Okay, whatever.
Happy Halloween.
Okay, good luck with puberty.
For the start of
the annual Halloween parade
a long time village tradition.
With a car leading the way
families made their way
down main street
to the heart of the small town.
Their destination was
Chestertown Park
where the pumpkin carving
competition was under way.
The mayor was satisfied
by the turnout
and excited about
this year's event.
Hey, it's Jace.
Leave a message.
Hey, it's me.
Are you on your way?
Or should I meet you
at the party or something?
Hurry up.
Alright, let me know.
Trick or treat.
Trick or treat.
Trick or treat.
There's no more candy!
Trick or treat.
You really don't give up,
do you?
Read my lips.
There's no more candy.
So, get lost.
I swear, I will..
Remi's pumpkins.
Did you do that?
Did you do that?
Answer me, you little freaks.
Get the hell out of here.
Hello, Dr. Henry.
Hello. Hi.
Doctor, it... it's, um,
it's Dora Vogel.
- Dora.
- Is..
Is there any way you could
come over? Something..
Are you alright?
Something is really wrong.
Where are you? Are you home?
I'll be right over.
Hi, honey, it's me.
I'm just checking up.
Yeah, um..
Are you guys coming home soon?
Remi, that candy is for later.
Um, we'll be home,
I don't know when, Dora.
This stupid junk-bucket
won't start again.
Okay, well..
There are these kids, like,
doing weird stuff outside.
What, what, you mean like
pulling pranks?
Well, yeah, and I just heard
someone scream really loudly.
Baby, it's Halloween.
People... people scream.
I know, but they like
smashed all our pumpkins
and are throwing eggs
at the window.
Honey, I can barely hear you.
Listen, we'll talk
when I get back, okay...
No... no... no, mom, wait.
Wait... wait... wait.
Can you, uh,
can you hear me now?
Damn it.
Trick or treat.
Trick or treat.
Alright, you want some
goddamn candy, hmm?
You like the candy
then have it.
9-1-1. What's your emergency?
Um, there's been a murder.
I mean, my boyfriend's been
killed. They're still outside.
I need you
to come quickly, please.
Ma'am, slow down.
Tell me what's happened.
I'm gonna help you.
There are... there are kids,
I think they're still outside.
I think they're gonna try
and break in.
I need you to calm down.
I need you to breathe.
Tell me what your name is.
My name's Dora Vogel.
Oh, God, they killed him.
That's good, Dora.
That's good. Just calm down.
I need you
to give me your address.
I I live on Orley Road.
2-1-0-9 Orley Road.
Please just send the police.
It's important you stay on
the line with me alright?
We're sending
someone right now.
- Are you still there?
- Yeah, I'm here.
Um, I think they cut the power.
Can you still hear me, Dora?
- Yeah. I... I can hear you.
- Okay.
Okay, just stop for a second.
Listen. Do you see anything?
There's... I don't know
what the hell is going on,
I think...
Dora, I, listen.
I want you to do something
for me, alright?
I want you to secure
all the doors and windows.
I'm really scared.
Did you hear
my instructions, Dora?
Secure all the doors
and windows.
Do you think you can do that?
Yeah, yeah. Okay.
I can do that.
- Alright.
- One second.
Relax, sit tight, and help
is gonna be there shortly.
I need you to hold on
for a second, okay?
Don't go anywhere.
- Hello?
- I'm still here, Dora.
You're doing great.
I'm locking the back door.
I really need you to hurry up
because I don't know what
the fuck is going on right now.
There's some sort of storm.
I can't hear you.
You're breaking up.
Did you say there's a storm?
Tell me what you see, Dora.
Oh, God!
Hurry up.
Just hurry up, please!
Please, please...
I didn't hear you.
Can you repeat that?
No, you...
I can't hear you. You have
to... you have to speak up.
Dora, are you sure it's not
just some kids pulling a prank?
No, I, you don't understand.
They killed my boyfriend, okay?
This isn't a fucking joke.
Okay, Dora, I know you're upset
but I need you to stay calm...
No, no, no, no.
Mommy, hug me.
I like to do a good job.
I'm sleepy.
Mommy, hug me.
Mommy, hug me.
Mommy, hug me.
Mommy, hug me.
I love you.
Mommy, goodnight.
Let's play.
Help me.
Help me, please.
- They're everywhere, Dora.
- Dr. Henry?
- Get away!
- Go to the back door.
The back door.
They're everywhere.
Dr. Henry?
Dr. Henry?
Don't go out there. Don't go
out there. Don't go out there.
Oh. Damn it.
Dr. Henry?
Dr. Henry?
Oh, my God.
Okay, okay.
Go, go, go.
Those kids,
they came out of nowhere.
You have to listen to me.
You have your car, right?
Tell me you have your car.
Parked... parked down the road.
- Okay.
- But they're everywhere!
I'm not going back out there.
Okay, come on. Come on.
Who are they?
- I don't know.
- Where did they come from?
I don't know. Shh!
I'm losing a lot of blood here.
Okay, let me see.
Oh. Oh, my God.
Okay, what can we do?
Okay, what about this?
No, no. You can't be serious.
- Okay.
- It'll work, it'll work.
Here, here.
Holy shit.
Oh. Alright.
You're gonna need something
hard and flat
so that it... holds.
Flat. Hard and flat. Okay.
Hmm, uh..
- That's good, that's good.
- Okay. Okay.
- Yeah.
- Oh, my God.
- Can you hold this?
- Okay.
Oh, my God.
Uh, okay.
You were in
the girl scouts, right?
They kicked me out.
Okay. Okay.
Like this?
Okay, okay. I'm so sorry.
I'm so sorry.
Okay, okay, okay.
It's done.
I'm so sorry.
Okay. The cops are
gonna be here.
The cops will be here
any minute, I promise.
How soon? How soon?
Damn. Damn soon.
Where's your mother?
She's gonna be home. She's
gonna be home really soon.
She's gonna be home
really soon.
Oh, shit.
What are they doing up there?
Just keep that on there.
You're okay.
We should really
keep that covered.
Let me see if I can
find something.
I'll be okay.
It's good enough.
What's wrong?
It's why I called you,
I don't...
- What?
- I'm not sure.
I think, I think...
No, it makes no sense...
Well, tell me
what the hell is going on!
Maybe... maybe it's
an abnormal fetus or..
Or a... or
a hemorrhage somewhere.
There's something
wrong with it.
I can't believe it.
You're already
four months pregnant.
What? What the hell
are you talking about?
You told me it was
four weeks earlier today.
Here. Listen to it yourself.
- Dora.
- You have to get it out of me.
You have to get it
out of me right now.
- Get it out of me!
- I can't.
I can't. We need to focus
on getting out of here.
Oh God, uh..
Okay, we go to the clinic and you're
gonna get it out of me, okay?
Let's go.
It it goes all the way up
to the kitchen.
- Go.
- You go.
No time to argue. Come on.
Here, here. My car keys.
In case I don't make it.
Forget the goddamn keys
and just hurry up.
Grab my hand, grab my hand,
grab my hand!
Hurry up!
No! Let him go!
Oh, my God!
- Mommy. Hug me.
- Mommy. Hug me.
Mommy. Hug me.
Dora can you hear me?
It's me.
This is what happens now.
Lights out.
Baby grow.
Dora sleep.
Can you hear me, Dora?
Then, we carry you.
It's not far.
Can you hear us, little piggy?
We wait for baby.
Baby you don't want.
Baby we want.
When baby ready.
Then we cut you.
Blood for baby.
Cut you.
Bleed you.
Blood for baby.
Then you'll be gone.
Dora, little piggy?
Dora gone.
Blood for baby.
Dora, can you hear me?
Please, leave me alone.
It's me.
Please, leave me alone.
Dora! Is that blood?
Are you hurt?
No, no, Mike.
They killed Jace.
They just showed up.
They showed up out of nowhere
in costume and they're
trying to kill me.
And I don't know.
They're all over the place.
Take this.
I'm gonna go in there.
I'm gonna have a look, okay?
No, no, no. Don't go, don't go.
Please don't leave me.
Hello? Dora?
It's Dr. Henry.
He's alive,
we have to go inside.
We have to go inside, okay?
Alright, but I want you
to stay close to me.
Okay, we have to go
through the back door.
They left Dr. Henry
in the basement.
It's right over there.
Is that one of 'em?
Dora, help!
I'm... I'm alone.
They... they're gone.
Dora? Dora.
Mike, they... they
broke my legs.
They broke my arms.
I can't move.
I can't move.
Dr. Henry?
Put put the gun down.
- Dora, tell him...
- Mike, uh..
What are those?
This one means harvest.
This one here is birth.
This one right here means
Can we just go to the car
and get the hell
out of here, please?
You must have
said something, done something.
I didn't fucking invite them
over here to kill my boyfriend.
You're pregnant, aren't you?
You found out about it this
morning at the clinic.
Nobody else knows.
We don't have much time.
They've come before.
On the same night.
The same blood moon.
My wife, Sherry.
She was pregnant.
I got a call on the radio.
A call to our house.
A disturbance.
The door was open.
I called her name.
Everything was..
I could hear, smell..
I... I don't know.
Blood upstairs.
In the hallway
there was blood..
And... and Sherry
our... our sweet little piggy.
Such hot red blood
it was blood for baby.
Can you hear me?
Fuckers are playing with us.
Please, let's just go.
There's no safety.
Point it at what you wanna
shoot at and fire.
Stay here.
No, no, no, Mike, Mike.
Please don't go!
Got ya.
Where are ya?
Mike, come back.
Get away from me!
Oh, my God!
Remi, what are you doing
out there?
Let me in.
But where's mom?
Mommy's not here, Mrs. Dora.
- Back off!
- Give us what we came for.
- No!
- You can't stop what's coming.
Give us the baby,
you little bitch
or we'll rip it out of you!
You're not touching me!
I am starving.
You hungry?
I've been eating all day.
I don't know
what is up with me.
These things are delicious.
Just needs
a little bit of salt.
The salt makes it
so much better.
Want some?
More for me then.
How do you like them
bath salts, bitch?
- Mike!
- Dora, where are you?
Mike, I'm over here.
I could lie here forever.
There has to be some
sort of mistake.
Dora, can you hear me?
Blood for baby.
Blood for baby.
Blood for baby.
Blood for baby.
Blood for baby.
Blood for baby.
Blood for baby.
Blood for baby.
Blood for baby. Blood! Blood!
- Blood for baby.
- Blood! Blood!
- Blood for baby.
- Blood! Blood!
- Blood for baby.
- Blood! Blood!
Blood for..
You okay?
- I'll Get you outta here.
- Ah.
I thought you were dead.
I thought you were dead.
You okay?
I thought you were dead.
I scared 'em off. We gotta go.
What's the matter?
I can feel it moving
inside of me.
Come on, we gotta move.
Alright, steady now.
I can get us out of here.
We just gotta find a road.
What is that?
It's my house.
Mike. No, no, no.
Don't be afraid.
Isn't it beautiful?
My beautiful, precious child.
Don't be scared.
It's God's creation.
It's a miracle.
Don't be scared.
It's the miracle of life.
I I don't wanna hold it.
Isn't it precious?
Blood for baby.
Blood for baby.
Blood for baby.
Blood for baby.
Blood for baby.
Blood! Blood!
Blood! Blood!
Blood! Blood!
Blood! Blood!
Blood! Blood!
Blood! Blood!
Blood! Blood!
Blood! Blood!
Blood! Blood!
Blood! Blood!
Blood! Blood!
Blood! Blood!
Blood! Blood!
Blood! Blood!
Blood! Blood!
She's awake.
Baby, you're home.
Hey, mom.
- Hey.
- Mom, what happened?
It's okay, baby.
Everything's okay now, okay?
You're in the hospital.
You're safe now.
The doctor says you're
doing really great.
Mom, they were everywhere.
Baby, right now,
you just need to rest.
You just need to rest, okay?
Shh. It's okay.
It's okay.
Just close your eyes.
It's okay.
It's okay.
I lost your tiara.
I'm so sorry.
I'm sorry.
That's okay.
That's okay.
That's okay, baby. Shh.
You're still my princess, okay?
Even if you did get knocked up
like some filthy street whore.
Why couldn't you just keep your
fucking legs shut?
Oh, um..
Dora? Can you hear me?