A Night of Horror Volume 1 (2015) Movie Script

(ominous laugh)
(rock music)
(ominous music)
(door creaks)
(door slams shut)
(ominous humming)
(knocks on door)
Hey, I'm really sorry to bug you.
I was just wondering if
you can hear that noise.
It sounds like an engine or something.
[Woman] I don't hear it.
How can you not hear that?
[Woman] I just don't, sorry.
You know what, I think
I hear it in here too.
Hear what?
Do you wanna come over to my apartment
to see if you can hear it in there?
I'm sorry it's just really
getting on my nerves.
Hear it?
No, I don't. Sorry.
I don't hear it.
(ominous music)
Sally, go away.
Whatever is happening to
me isn't going to stop.
Every cell in my body is dying.
There is no more solution.
(pounding on door)
Turn it down, I'm trying to sleep.
(ominous music)
Can you hear that?
[Man] I can hear it.
You can?
And it is not pleasant.
No, it isn't.
You called, you said
something about the bedroom?
I don't think it's comin'
from in there, though.
I think it's comin' from
down in the kitchen.
You know, sound is funny like that.
Bounces around inside the walls.
You think it's coming from one place,
and it's actually coming from someplace
completely different.
- Could you move this?
- Oh!
Why are you doing that?
I'm trying to get a line on it.
I'm gonna go down to the basement,
see if there's somethin'
up with the furnace.
And then what?
I don't know.
I can't make it go away if
I don't know what it is.
I gotta get out of here.
I don't know what this thing is, okay?
Maybe it's not even coming
from inside this building.
Whatever this thing is, maybe you're
just getting the most of it in here.
Can you come back inside?
I don't know what else to tell ya,
lady, okay? Everybody hears noises.
Could you at least help me move
my appliances back where they go?
Aren't you gonna figure
out what this is?
Ma'am, maybe if this
thing keeps botherin' you,
think about movin' somewhere else.
Shut up!
(tense music)
(eerie music)
(eerie music)
(howling in the distance)
(somber music)
Oh God!
You scared me.
You're not allowed to have food here.
Well, I was asked to
stay late, and so...
Throw it out.
Do you think you're special?
Come on.
Answer the question.
What makes you special?
You are... not special,
Dr. Flint.
It would be a shame it
anyone were to hear about this
lapse, Doctor.
Lock up when you're finished.
And lights out!
Piece of shit.
Fuck, I need more sleep.
Okay, not funny.
Who's there?
(tense music)
Oh fuck!
You fucking bitch.
Oh fuck!
Oh my God!
Where the fuck are you going?
Get out of my way!
(door creaks open)
Fucking amateur.
(gentle music)
It's alright, I can handle it.
Lovely to meet you, Jenna.
I'm Dr. Kelly, your
consultant this morning.
Thank you, Alicia.
- Just some maintenance today?
- Mm.
(tense music)
If I can't be beautiful,
I might as well be...
Sorry about that, Jenna.
Why don't you sit down,
and we'll make sure that you, at least,
don't go home disappointed.
She's beautiful
As she walks into the room
The way she flicks her hair
My heart goes boom, boom, boom
She's my perfect girl
And I love her
[Kay] I want you to relax, Ella.
Deep breaths.
Now, take me with you.
Take me back to where
you first remember.
Before it all happened.
What do you see?
[Ella] It's dark
all around me.
I can't see the sky because of
the trees, they're too tall.
[Kay] Are we in a forest?
[Ella] Yes.
[Kay] Have you been there before?
[Ella] Daddy brings me here.
Can you describe to me what you hear?
What you smell?
[Ella] It's cold.
I'm scared.
[Kay] Why are you scared, Ella?
[Ella] They're watching me.
[Kay] Who?
Who's watching you?
They don't like me talking about them.
Daddy says they'll know.
[Kay] Who will know?
[Ella] They will.
[Kay] Who's they, Ella?
It's okay, you're safe here.
Nobody can hurt you.
The only people in this
room are you and me.
[Ella] Daddy, no!
Ella, listen to me.
Use my voice as a light.
I need you to run towards the light.
Listen to my voice.
(Ella screams)
How are we feeling today, Ella?
Any improvements since
our last appointment?
Well, I take it the new drugs
have proven helpful.
You're the doctor, you tell me.
Still lugging that thing
around to do your job for you.
It's a tool, like many others.
All of which assist me in
diagnosing my patients.
So I can help them.
To save you having to listen
when your patients talk, right?
I get it.
Your evaluation day's coming up.
I've had a word to the review
board about your release,
- and I believe...
- Let's see.
I slip into my Sunday best
while you parade me before them
and recommend that I stay here longer
for further observation?
Spare me the why games, Kay.
It's my job to figure out why, Ella,
so I do what's right to help you.
Like you haven't done
since I was a little girl?
You think I don't remember
your games back then?
I remember.
But nothing you say is going to help me.
You have to want me to help you, Ella.
Then we can figure out why it is
you're having these hallucinations.
That's a little odd,
when you never listen.
You can play my voice back all you want.
You can study ever bullshit
drawing I give you,
but, until you see what it
is I'm trying to show you,
you're not helping me.
Only them.
We have been through
this before, haven't we?
These visions you're having,
they're simply remnants,
repressed memories of the trauma
you experienced as a child.
But we can make them go away.
I have hope.
Because you have all the answers.
Why don't we start
again from the beginning?
I'm done and you're out of tools for me
to waste my time drawing with.
So, jot down whatever it is
you came here to validate yourself with
while that thing's still
recording and leave me be.
I'm listening.
That day,
when the policemen found me and
I was brought in to see you,
they were there.
In that room with us.
[Kay] Who?
You see them.
In the corners of your eyes.
Like shadows.
They want you to know
that they're there,
that they're watching.
And these shadows, you still see them?
Only when I'm afraid.
[Kay] And what makes you afraid?
They do.
Can you tell me more about them?
It's okay.
Like I've said, they're just
Bad memories.
But nothing in them is real.
But they are.
I see them.
They make me do things.
Things I don't want to.
If you just let me help you, Ella,
- I can make them go away.
- You can't.
Not unless I give them what they want.
He said that was the
only way to be free.
These shadow people, they told you this.
But I figured it out,
that's why daddy did it.
Was to be free of them.
He said that we could be together again,
all I needed was a trade.
An eye for an eye, like he made with me.
Run on home, Ella.
Things in this world I
can't make you understand.
He said that was the
only way to save me.
He was wrong.
They want...
I tried to warn you.
I tried to make you
believe that they exist.
What will it take for you to believe me.
I do believe you, Ella.
All I want is to help you, trust me,
and I will do everything I can
so you don't have to be
afraid anymore, okay?
However, I believe it's
best for your own safety
if you stay here under observation
for another few months.
Now, once the review board can see...
Get paramedics in here, now.
(alarm rings)
[Ella] But I figured it out.
That's why daddy did it
was to be free of them.
All I needed was a trade.
An eye for an eye, like he made with me.
(bell tolls)
(overlapping disembodied voices)
Tomorrow night.
We deserve a bed this time.
(ominous music)
Don't look at me like that.
[Announcer] The 8:30 Herswich train
has been delayed.
The next train is the
South Lorraine service.
South Lorraine service
stopping all stations.
(ominous music)
[Priest] You reading that?
No, you can have it.
(tense music)
(tense music)
Heed this one warning and
spare yourself an eternity here.
The next ticket I hand
out will be one way only.
Excuse me, sir.
I believe this is yours.
(ominous music)
(chair creaks)
(fly buzzes)
(dog whimpers)
(breathes heavily)
(tense music)
(door slams)
(thunder roars)
(chair creaks)
Don't leave me.
Stay put.
(gun fires)
I hate eggs.
Mom knows that.
Your aunt's here to help.
I can make pancakes?
This is hard on all of us!
Why don't you get her back then!
I hate you!
I hate you!
Shh, she'll be at grandpa's.
[Man] Linda, he was my boy too!
[Linda] It's your fault he's dead!
(alarm blares)
(ominous music)
(dramatic music)
(tense music)
(water splashes)
[Boy] It bangs, just like bwah.
Come on, let's take it out for a spin.
[Girl] Mom ran out on dad again.
It was my brother's anniversary.
He would've been nine.
[Boy] Fuck, I love your body.
Get out.
So, tell me, Mr. Kennedy.
(engine revs)
Does she like it in the ass?
(tense music)
(thunder roars)
(infant cries)
(infant cries)
(ominous music)
I'm sorry.
[Girl] Dad?
(ax thuds)
(camera clicks)
Go and take photos of someone else.
Oh, but you're so cute.
You're lucky.
Don't put that on me, don't touch me.
Stop it!
- [Man] Are you drunk?
- [Maggie] No.
- [Man] You're drunk.
- [Maggie] I'm not drunk.
You are drunk, look at you.
Look at you.
There's another way to do it, you know?
Does this rag smell
like chloroform to you?
[Man] What about Sonny?
That's a boy.
That's a boy.
That's a good boy.
[Man] So, I never understood
why he used to say
it was exactly like a toy car.
I'm gonna go to bed.
[Man] Goodnight.
Stop it!
(overlapping conversations)
Alright, this is what I am now.
- I'm just everybody's slave.
- Ah, yes.
I don't know what you're talking about.
Didn't you hear those
possums last night?
Man they were noisy.
I didn't hear anything.
I don't know what you're talking about.
What are you doing?
You are five, you are
a five year old child.
Did you break this?
[Chris] No.
Well, it was outside your room.
Doesn't mean I broke it.
Can you fix it?
She's not gonna be happy.
Oi, less talkin' more walkin'.
Hey, Megs.
Don't forget your snack.
What is wrong with you?
Come on, it's full of vitamin B and C!
[Maggie] Shut up!
- Balls and cock.
- [Maggie] Shut up!
It's pretty though.
Where'd Chris go?
(laughs) (screams)
What are you scared of?
Did you think I was
a ghost or something?
[Woman] No.
Although you do know they
bury dead bodies out here.
- Don't you?
- Hilarious.
True story.
No, it's a thing,
because the forest is
really dense up here.
Apparently the Danny Long Range
is just packed full of dead bodies.
And I heard this thing, I kid you not.
If you're one of the people who can...
Stop it, don't throw things.
If you can see dead bodies,
apparently like the edge
of Sherbrooke Forest
is just littered with
ghosts just standing there,
because they don't wanna
be alone in the forest,
they come to the edge
and they just stand there
and watch all the people
and that sort of stuff.
If he can see ghosts.
Let's go parley. Let's go parley.
Photo time.
Okay, ready?
One, two, three.
So, we gonna go to bed soon?
I think so, I'm gettin' pretty tired.
You gonna be going to bed alone?
Any of you cunts wanna throw
firecrackers in the nude?
Just me then.
Righty o.
Did you hear that?
Someone was in the room.
Someone was in here.
Oh, go back to sleep.
Fuck's sake.
Guys, did you hear anything?
What's the matter?
What the hell is this?
Okay, everybody outside.
Where's Chris?
- [Man] Everybody get outside.
- [Maggie] Where is Chris?
Michael, take them outside.
Come on, let's go.
Come on, Shelly, let's go.
Let's get out of here.
Guys, run.
Go, go!
Maggie, come this way.
Rory, stop mucking around.
I need you to run towards the light.
(electronic music)