Darkness Rising (2017) Movie Script

I shall count to ten.
One, two
four, five
six, seven, eight, nine, ten.
Ready or not, here I come!
I can't see you, dear!
I don't like it
when you go too far!
Sarah, why didn't you answer me?
Look at me
when I'm talking to you.
Dear, sweet..
- This is it.
- Are you sure?
55 Ballahack road.
I don't know, guys. We're still
kind of out in the visible.
Don't you think?
I don't think anyone really
sees this house anymore.
What do you mean?
I mean, they don't
want to, so they don't.
I feel like a teenager.
It's kind of romantic, right
breaking into my house?
Oh, yeah.
It's really romantic.
Ah, look, I know this is weird
but this is my last
chance, you know?
This place isn't gonna
be here tomorrow.
Just remember, Maddy,
it's just a house. Okay?
You're more than
what's happened to you.
I know. I just.. I really
appreciate you being here.
Hey, are we doin' this
or what, guys?
Yeah. A little B & E.
- Why not?
- Let's do this.
Wait. Why did
we bring her, again?
Hey, listen. I needed
both of you here, okay?
This is important to me.
- Ready, Freddy?
- After you, Peggy sue.
- Oh, you guys are so cute.
- Mm-hmm.
Don't be jealous.
So when you do this,
do you just smash a window
or what do you normally do?
You borrow one Prius...
Okay, you guys.
Give me this.
Give me this. Here.
Why don't you put that
philosophy major to work?
Come on, put your back into it.
Come on, babe, you got this.
It's not happenin'.
I don't know. Maybe you could
go through the window.
Yeah? Why don't you go
through the window, Izzy?
Why don't you go through the window?
You're the man.
I'm not gettin' dirty.
You guys?
- It's open.
- Huh?
Caution, my ass.
- Wow.
- Yeah.
- Oh.
- Oh, my god.
Look at this place.
- I know.
- Lights don't work.
I can't believe all
this stuff is still here.
I mean, nobody wanted to
do anything with the place
so after the cops left
they just left it
the way it was.
How can they even do that?
It's kind of creepy.
Alright, fearless leader,
what are we lookin' for?
Peter panda! Oh!
- Uh..
- Guess we can go now.
You guys, this was mine.
Still is if you want it.
No, no, I just..
I remember playing with
him, you know, right here.
Olivia was in her playpen
and mom was in the kitchen
and me and Peter panda were tryin'
to teach Olivia a nursery rhyme.
It was, um..
Shit, how'd it go?
It was, um..
Think that's wrong, though.
- What?
- The second verse.
It starts, "slide down my
rainbow and to my cellar door"
not, "find the key
and open the door."
- Are you sure?
- I'm tellin' you.
Oh, wow.
I don't know how he knows
that, but he's right.
- You taught it to me.
- That's right.
Right after I came to stay
with you and aunt nor.
Well, now that we've had
that wonderful moment
if there's anything
besides Peter panda
that we would like to take,
we should get on it.
Oh, come on, Izzy.
I mean, what could
possibly be more valuable
than a cherished
childhood moment?
Okay, yeah, seriously. What
are the ground rules here?
I mean, the place
gets plowed over tomorrow
so I guess it's all fair game.
But just ask me first.
- Deal?
- Deal.
See you, kids.
Have fun. Be safe.
Can we just look around some?
- You alright?
- Yeah.
What's down here?
The kitchen, basement.
Oh, good. A dark basement
in an old, abandoned house.
- Ah.
- Jesus.
- Is that...
- It's blood.
I don't like this, Maddy.
Let's get out of here.
No, no, no.
It's, it's okay.
I can, I can handle this.
What is she doing
up there, anyway?
I don't know.
- Come on.
- Yeah.
Oh, yeah, jackpot.
Is that you guys?
What are you doing in here?
I had this vague memory of
your mom's leather jacket
but I can't seem to find it.
Did you check the closet?
- You mean, this old thing?
- Yes.
You're not really gonna
take that thing, are ya?
- What? It's vintage.
- It's weird.
- It's free.
- Okay, you guys.
- Bye.
- Hey.
Why are you being such a jerk?
You're not really gonna
marry that guy, are you?
Oh, come on.
You remember
how many guys bolted
after they found out
what happened to me?
I mean, he's still here.
Fine, I will give him that,
but he is still boring
and I think you should
move back in with me
because I'm exciting.
I know you are.
Just try to be nice, okay?
Come on.
I wanna show you my room.
Here we go.
It's so pink.
I had my girly-girl phase.
- Yeah, I can tell.
- Mm-hmm.
Look at all this stuff.
I know.
- It's a shame though, really.
- What?
Well, I take it you never
got to make out in here.
Well, you know,
it's never too late.
- Oh, really?
- Mm-hmm.
What the heck?
- What...
- Jesus, Maddy.
Did you do this?
What? I didn't do that!
But I didn't do that!
My god.
Well, obviously,
somebody's been here.
It's probably just a couple
of kids fuckin' around
but you don't think
we're the first vandals
to have this bright idea, right?
Speakin' of bright, why the fuck
did the lights just come on?
Maybe somebody paid the bill.
Yeah, maybe.
Yeah. Well, whatever.
It just makes it easier
for you to see
how awesome my brand-new
leather jacket is.
Okay. Well..
Still plenty to loot
so... I'm gonna loot.
- I'm just gonna be a minute.
- Yeah, yeah.
Take your time.
- Oh, my god. What?
- Relax.
I just wanna talk to you
for a second.
Listen, I'm worried about Maddy.
Oh, is this some
more of your psychobabble
because you're
a guidance counselor?
Therapist, Izzy.
Look, Jake, she hasn't
been here in 25 years.
Just give her a break, okay?
You sure about that?
What does that mean?
Do you know she's
been havin' nightmares?
She barely even sleeps anymore.
Well, maybe she doesn't
wanna sleep with you.
I'm not screwin' around, Izzy. Look,
I'm tryin' to tell you somethin'.
She got a call from her
principal the other day.
Some of the kids in the class haven't
been given grades on their papers.
She's just been scratching
groups of five on 'em.
You know, four in a row
and then a slash?
Parents are complaining. She's
not tellin' me anything.
I don't know what the hell's going
on, so I look in her lesson planner
and it's the same thing, Izzy
just groups of five
all over the pages.
She used to do that
when we were kids
when she first came
to live with us.
Then my mom took her
to a psychiatrist
got her on some meds and
then she finally stopped.
Uh, so what do you think
it means?
The atomic number of boron?
I don't know.
Do you know anything
about the law of fives?
There's a religious sect
called Discordianism.
They call it pure chaos which humans
can't even begin to understand.
And in pure chaos,
the only discernible order
is the law of fives.
Everything happens in fives
or somehow appropriate to fives.
They say the law of fives
is never wrong.
So you think
she's a, a Discordianist?
No, dipshit. I'm saying I
don't have a fuckin' clue.
Right. That's a good one.
I don't know, Jake.
I'm so sorry.
Izzy, nobody knows her
like you do.
You can't tell me you haven't
noticed something wrong with Maddy.
Look, all I'm askin' is just..
Help me keep an
eye on her, okay?
Hey. You okay?
Yeah. Yeah, yeah,
I'm fine.
It's just, it's a lot
to take in, you know?
- Yeah.
- No, wait.
Can we, um, just leave
that room alone for now?
- Yeah, sure.
- Okay.
Probably nothin'
but baby toys, anyway.
Alright, what the hell is that?
- What's what?
- Izzy?
- Oh. Oh, these?
- Those.
They're just..
Give 'em to me.
Xanax? You know those are
over two decades old, right?
Probably makes it
that much more potent.
Probably makes them
that much more poisonous.
You could have really
hurt yourself, Izzy!
Wait, no!
I have been under some serious
emotional stress lately.
Okay, well, then smoke a joint.
Oh, well, joints cost money.
And if I had a roommate
who was still paying
for half her rent, then maybe
I could afford my joints...
Okay. Alright.
- Seriously?
- Nice.
Give me the rest.
I was only gonna take as needed.
- I can't believe you.
- Nice.
You wanna talk about it?
"You wanna talk about it?"
Oh, Izzy.
Oh, really? Goddamn it.
Oh, gosh.
- You okay?
- What happened?
Nothing. It was,
it was just a..
It was just a spider.
You okay?
Yeah, it was,
it was just a big one.
It's okay, I think we're ready
to get the hell out of
here, right?
No, I just, I wanna
stay a little longer.
Listen, I know you're
looking for answers, okay?
But if there is one, you're
not gonna find it here.
People can be, uh, mysteries.
Is that what you tell
your clients?
My mother was an alcoholic.
She was also a psychologist
who spent her entire career
treatin' sick people.
How could she not know
she was sick?
Or more important, care enough
to do somethin' about it?
I watched for 16 years
as she slowly
drank herself to death
but I don't have my answers.
And you were what?
You were, uh, three when
you last saw your mom.
Well, that's not good enough.
It has to be, Maddy.
I, uh, called my father
last week.
- You did what?
- Look.
I just had to ask him
some questions, okay?
- Why didn't you tell me?
- Look, he... he said..
He told me it wasn't her fault
that... that something in
this house made her do it!
You don't really believe
that, do you, Maddy?
Baby, it's just a house.
It's just a house with drywall
with an insulation.
It's... it's a house!
Look at us.
We were normal, happy.
Then my mom got pregnant.
We needed a bit more room.
You know, we found this house.
It was so cheap, my dad
couldn't turn it down.
Three weeks later,
mom and Olivia were dead.
Dad was locked up and I
I went and lived with aunt nor.
Hey, hey.
After I talked to my dad,
you know
I... I thought
it was bullshit, too.
I mean, he's crazy, right?
But then I, I did
research of my own.
Here, here, check this out.
Look at this.
What do you see?
An old picture of this house.
No. Cle Elum.
Washington. 1942.
An old man
murdered his whole family
and then hung himself
from the second floor.
Holly Springs,
north Carolina. 1976.
An old woman
used to rent out rooms.
Then she poisoned everyone
at dinner with bleach.
With bleach! It's this
house, you guys.
I know it.
- I mean..
- It's a coin..
- Hey, hey. It's a coincidence, Maddy.
- But...
People use the same architectural
plans all the time.
After the murders,
they just vanished.
Houses don't just vanish, Maddy.
Goddamn it.
Just listen to the
voicemail my dad left me.
Hey, baby girl, I, uh
I... I... I just wanna
tell you about that day
and I've never told you and I don't
think there's much time now.
It wasn't her fault, Maddy.
It was somethin'
in that house, it..
that, that made her do it.
I think it got into all of us.
When I came home, there
was blood everywhere
in the kitchen.
She'd broken a plate
and it looked like
she'd stepped on
one of the pieces.
Katherine? Maddy?
No one answered.
I followed the bloody
footprints to the stairs.
Hey! No, no!
There, there... there..
There was no one
in the house, Maddy.
There was no one in the house.
I could hear them.
I could hear them.
Stop! Stop!
Stop listening to me!
Please. Oh, no.
No, there was and, um..
No, there... there was,
there was someone
or something
telling her
wh... what to do.
It just kept pushing and pushing
and pushing at her.
And as I got closer
to the nursery
I, I could hear someone
"five, five."
I know it now
but then I couldn't tell
if they were far away
or if they were
right next to me.
I didn't understand them.
I didn't want to.
I didn't want to.
I've never been so scared.
I've never been so scared.
And when I heard
that, that scream..
I, I... I ran
and I ran as fast as I could.
The baby..
The pillow, it was,
it was right there.
Oh, god, I didn't
have to see. I knew.
Oh, god, I knew!
And when I found her, her
hands were over her eyes.
At first I thought
she was crying..
But then I realized
she was laughing.
She was laughing!
She said she
could see everything now
and she asked me where you were.
She said she wanted to show you
but I just, I just wanted her
to stop laughing!
I just wanted her
to stop laughing!
No. No, no, no, no.
That's not what he said.
This isn't, this
isn't the same message.
- What the fuck was that?
- I don't know.
Okay, 'cause if you're fucking
with us, Maddy, that's not funny.
- Alright, take it easy, Izzy.
- Wait, listen, okay?
He didn't say this earlier
when I listened to it, okay?
What are you saying? Somebody
changed the recording?
- How?
- I don't know, Madison.
But somebody recorded that.
No, listen,
the man I heard earlier
was scared, Jake. Okay?
Twenty years later, and he was
still scared of this place.
You guys have to believe me.
I... I didn't record this.
I don't even know how!
What was that?
Uh, you guys hear that, right?
I don't like this.
Let's just
get the hell out of here.
- What do we do now?
- I don't know.
It's just a dog, right?
Hey, buddy. Hey,
what are you doin' here?
Hey, you look friendly.
Hey, buddy.
- Shit!
- Oh!
Plan B.
- I don't like this, guys.
- Okay.
Um, there's a window
in the basement
and... and it leads
to the side of the house.
Oh, yeah.
- Give me that.
- Yeah.
- Alright, just be careful.
- Okay.
Oh, god.
- Here.
- Okay.
- Yeah, you go first.
- Alright.
- Just be careful.
- Yeah.
There's a window
around here somewhere.
Okay. Did I ever tell anyone
how much I hate basements?
- Right here!
- Okay.
My god.
Oh, shit. It's impossible.
That looks just like shadow.
Oh, god.
- Shit. Hold on, baby.
- Ah..
- Oh, shit.
- Babe, are you okay?
- No!
- Shit!
Ah! Fuck!
Ow, fuck!
- Okay.
- Ah. Ah..
- Shit. I'm gonna..
- Fuck!
I'm gonna look for
another way out, guys.
- Ah!
- Shit, hold on, baby.
Here. Hold on, okay?
Just hold this right here.
- I got it.
- Alright.
- Hold pressure on it, okay?
- Ah, I got it. I got it.
- You okay?
- Yeah.
Fuck, it's so dark.
Okay, yeah, think.
A window. A cellar door.
Okay. Okay.
Alright, guys. Okay.
- Guys, there's nothing.
- I'll tie it, okay?
- There's nothing.
- What?
- There's no way out.
- Are you okay?
- Oh, my god.
- Just put pressure on it.
Look, Izzy, he has the same
collar and the same tags.
What does that mean? That
doesn't mean anything.
I mean, I mean, that's shadow.
Look... look at,
look at him!
Oh, my god, Madison,
that is not shadow.
That is obviously shadow...
That is not your dog!
- It's the same dog!
- That is not the same dog.
Yes, it is!
Maddy, we have been so
supportive up until now.
We drove out in the middle of
the night to an abandoned house
to help you out with
some childhood issues
but this is going too far!
That is not your dog!
Your mom killed it,
my dad buried it
and you know that!
- What was that?
- I don't know.
Hell, somebody's here.
Somebody's fucking with us.
- Alright.
- Um..
Alright, right here.
Shh. You guys hear that?
Who's there?
Who's there, huh?
There's somebody else
in this fuckin' house!
Babe, I have
an idea. Okay.
How about you go to the front door,
me and Izzy will go to the back door?
I mean, the dog can't be in
two places at once, right?
No, that's good.
That's good.
Shit. He's still here.
He's still here, too!
He's there, too!
Okay, wha... what...
What do we..
What the fuck is happening?
- Oh, shit.
- Okay.
Okay, what do we do, guys?
What the fuck do we do?
Something rational.
Whoa, whoa, whoa, baby, you
can't just kill the dog.
I don't care how many
of them there are.
They're still just fuckin' dogs.
- Wait.
- Let go of me!
Look, uh,
just let him kill the dog.
Be careful.
Careful, Jake.
What do you want,
huh? Huh?
Come on! Ugh!
Come on, you motherfucker!
- Jake...
- No, don't.
- Oh, no, Jake!
- Come on!
- Jake, watch out! No!
- Ah!
- Jake!
- No! No!
Jake! Jake!
Stay back!
Don't go over there!
- Stay back! No!
- We have to help him!
Oh, Jake. Oh, my god.
Get in the house.
Get in the house, Jake.
- Come here, Jake.
- Baby, don't go.
Oh, baby.
Jake, are you okay?
Oh, my god.
Jake, Jake,
get in. Get in.
- Shut the door!
- Close it!
- Oh, my god!
- Jake, shut the door!
Oh, my god! Oh, my god!
Oh, my god!
Oh, oh, my god!
It's still there.
It's still there!
- Jesus Christ!
- Oh, my god, your arm!
- What is happening?
- Oh, my god, baby.
Fuck! Fuck!
- What... what do we do?
- Fuck!
How the fuck is it still there?
Fuck! Ah!
- Babe.
- Ah..
Are you okay?
Come here, come here.
- Fuck!
- Babe.
Oh, my god. Fuck.
Oh, baby, honey, are you okay?
Oh, my god, let me see it.
Let me see.
Ah. Fuck.
Ah! What?
What? What?
Tell me. What is it?
It's nothing! It's nothing.
It's nothing.
- Just..
- Ah..
- I think it's just, um..
- Fuck.
- My god!
- Ah, fuck!
It's still there?
How the fuck is that thing
still alive?
I watched you kill that fucking dog.
How the fuck is it still here?
Izzy, just... just
calm down! Okay?
We're gonna
get through this, okay?
Honey, honey, you gotta
put pressure on it, okay?
We gotta get out of here.
Come on.
- Ah..
- Come on.
Wait! Wai... wait!
Okay, upstairs!
- Upstairs there's the..
- What?
The kids. The nursery! We go
up to the nursery window.
We signal the neighbors
and we... we break
the fuckin' window if we have to
and if we can get them
to come over here
they can get us out of here!
- Come on.
- But you guys need those.
- Okay.
- Look at this.
Look at this.
Look! Look. Look.
Do you guys see that?
Do you guys see that?
It's the same dog.
Look at this. Okay?
It's the same collar
and the same tags.
It's not the same fucking dog!
Look, I don't care if my
mother did kill that dog!
That is the same fucking dog!
- No, it's not!
- Yes, it is.
Okay, my dad was right!
There is something
in this house.
I don't know what it's, but
it wants something from us.
Okay, but we're not gonna
get rid of it
by yelling out
the fucking window.
I'm sorry, okay?
- I don't know.
- Fuck that.
No, Izzy, wait!
Izzy, open up the door!
Stand back.
Izzy, open up!
Izzy! Izzy!
Stand back.
Izzy? Izzy?
Oh, my god!
Where'd she go?
I don't know.
- What?
- Where'd she go?
- Oh, shit.
- Izzy!
Nothin' but that
goddamn dog outside.
- Where did she go?
- I don't know.
What are you doing?
Oh, my god.
Hey! Help! Hey!
Help! Hey!
- Uh..
- Oh, my god.
Help! Hey!
They can't fuckin' hear us!
Goddamn it. I told you.
I told you.
My phone. Oh, shit!
I left it in the car.
- I have my phone!
- Well, call 9-1-1!
And don't tell me
you don't have a signal.
- You have a signal, right?
- Yeah.
- You have power?
- Yeah.
Well, fuckin' call 9-1-1!
9-1-1. What's the nature
of your emergency?
Oh, thank god! We're
locked inside this house.
It... it's 55
Ballahack road, okay?
My cousin's gone missing and then
then there's this dog outside.
Please send help!
Don't worry, help is
on the way, baby girl
but you don't wanna leave just yet.
The show's just about to begin.
God. Oh, my god.
- Who is this, huh?
- Oh, my god.
- What the fuck do you want?
- You'll see.
You'll see everything.
- Did you see that?
- What?
- Did you see that?
- No!
Come here.
Watch. Watch.
You ready? Watch.
- Oh.
- Oh, my god.
Where the fuck are we?
We're, we're never gonna
get out of here.
We're never gonna get out
of here. We're never..
We're never gonna
get out of here.
We're never gonna
get out of here.
- Hey. Hey.
- We're never gonna get out of here.
Hey, we gotta go.
We gotta go.
We gotta go right now.
Come on. Come on.
Hey, come on. Come on.
Okay? Come on.
Okay. It's okay. Come on.
Come on.
Jake... Jake, I'm sorry.
I, I didn't think
that if I brought you here
any of this would happen.
It's all my fault.
- Hey, hey, hey, it's okay.
- No, wait, wait...
Hey, hey, hey. Hey!
It's okay.
Baby, you didn't do anything
wrong, okay? Alright?
We're gonna
get through this, okay?
- Okay, baby?
- Okay.
Okay, what the fuck is that?
- Jake!
- Huh?
Your arm.
What the hell?
It didn't really hurt you.
Look at my thumb.
Yeah, but the dog
didn't do that, you did.
- That's impossible.
- Yeah, but..
Hey, may... maybe
it can't really hurt us.
Maybe it's just showing us things
until we do what it wants.
- Which is what?
- God, I don't know.
This is insane.
- I know.
- So you're saying we can just walk out that door.
We can get in the car
and drive away
and whatever that,
that fuckin' dog does
it will just magically heal?
No, no, it can't be that easy.
It can! Yes,
it can! Right?
I mean, everything up to
this point has been about
keeping us in this house.
And now it has Izzy.
It's alright. We can make
it, okay? We can do this.
Alright. I'll, we'll send
the cops for Izzy, okay?
- What? Wait.
- Okay?
We're gonna send the cops.
Let's go.
- Wait, wait, Jake...
- Right now!
What if, what if I'm wrong?
- Okay. Alright, you ready?
- Jake, wait, wait.
It's okay. It's okay.
- What happened to her?
- I don't know.
- How did she get out there?
- Oh.
We'll ask her when she wakes up.
Shit! Fuck!
Maybe the blood isn't
real, but the pain is.
We'll never make it out
of the fucking driveway!
Well, what do we do now?
Get her squared away first.
There's a rope in the basement.
Okay. Did you
see her eyes?
Here. If she moves again,
you hit her with this.
- I'll be right back.
- Okay.
- Shit!
- What is it?
Just some boxes fell!
What the hell?
What is it?
Nothing. Stay up there.
What's happening?
What is this?
I was hopin' you could tell me.
Get her legs.
Hold on.
Okay. Alright.
Alright, here we go.
Okay. Okay. Shit.
- Who's the boy, Maddy?
- What?
The boy, who is he?
Oh, my god.
- I think he's my brother.
- What?
Yeah, I, I have a brother
or I... I had one.
- God, how old's this thing?
- I don't know.
I saw a plaster-cast
handprint in the basement.
It said '82.
Oh, my god, he'd be
five years older than me.
You've never seen him before?
No! God, I can't believe they
never told me about him.
- Huh?
- What... what are you.. What are you doing?
- Trust me.
- Wait.
If she moves or if she struggles
it'll choke her, okay?
Where did you learn
how to do that?
- TV.
- What have you been watching?
"Dexter." Listen, what does this kid
have to do with any of this, huh?
- I don't know.
- You don't know?
- No.
- And you don't know what happened to him?
No! God, I didn't even
know he was alive.
That ought to hold.
- But maybe she does.
- Stay right there.
Oh, my god.
Stop struggling
if you wanna breathe.
Alright? Stop struggling!
- Let me go.
- Izzy! Izzy, what happened?
Well... well, let me go.
Izzy, tell us what happened.
What happened, Izzy, huh?
You don't understand.
You didn't see.
Seen what, Izzy, huh?
Seen what?
They're so much older
than you think.
And they're so much stronger.
Sh... she thinks she got
away, but she didn't.
They don't let her go.
They never let her go.
What are you talkin' about?
And she's not gonna stop there.
She's gonna kill us.
- What?
- What?
I know you're afraid
that she's gonna
turn out like your mother
that she's gonna hide her
vodka in the living room
like she always did
when you were a boy.
What is she talking about?
That she's gonna pass out
at your birthday party..
And that she's gonna
drink herself to death.
What is she talkin' about?
What are you talking about?
Who is this? Did they say
anything about him?
- Is this my brother?
- He had an accident.
What happened?
So many people had accidents
around your mother.
He was in the tub..
And she was supposed
to be watching him.
Oh, oh,
they showed me that, too.
They showed me so many things
and it's all I can see now.
Please let me go!
Not until you give us
some fuckin' answers.
I don't wanna see anymore!
What do you mean stop..
What did you mean
they were gonna stop?
- Can you please let me go?
- No.
Not until you give us some fucking
answers, Izzy! What did you mean?
- I don't wanna see... - what did
you mean they were gonna stop?
- With Maddy? What did you mean by that?
- I don't wanna see.
I don't wanna see anymore.
I don't want..
Izzy, Izzy, stop!
Izzy, Izzy, stop!
She's choking!
She's choking!
Jake, Jake, do something!
Jake! Jake, do something!
Do something!
Do something!
- Do something!
- Fuck!
Izz! Jake, do something!
Oh, shit. Huh.
- I'm coming!
- Oh, shit.
- Hurry up!
- Ah! Fuck!
Jake, hurry!
- Oh, Jake, hurry!
- I'm gonna..
Yeah. Uh..
- Oh, my god.
- Oh, fuck! Oh, god.
Alright, get it off.
Get it off.
Oh, shit. Izzy?
- Is she alright? Oh, shit.
- I think so.
God! Damn it, Jake.
How was it supposed to work?
I didn't know she
was gonna choke herself.
- What the fuck was she talkin' about, huh?
- I don't know.
How could she know those
things about my mother?
I never told anybody that shit.
That's what this place does.
It takes things from our minds
and uses them against us.
I saw the boy from the picture.
We never should have come here.
We never should have come here.
We're gonna get out of
here, all of us.
Help me get her up.
Come on. Come on!
Get her arms.
Just hold her there, okay?
- Just hold her there.
- Okay.
Give me her hands. Okay.
Alright, what now?
We can't stay here.
Come on.
- What?
- We can't stay here.
I'm so sorry.
This is all my fault.
None of this would've ever
happened if we didn't come here.
I should've never
brought us here.
I'm scared, Jake.
Look, she's dangerous, okay?
We just have to keep her
in view, alright?
Get her out of here.
She tried to kill us, Madison.
No, it's just,
it's just using her. Okay?
If we can get her out of here
maybe she won't be like that.
Yeah, you saw how that
worked, didn't you?
We just have to get her
out of here.
It's... it's not her.
No, it's... it's not her
in there.
- Izzy!
- Izzy, no!
No! Oh, my god, no!
- No! No! No!
- Izzy!
No! Oh, shit! Izzy? No!
- Help her!
- Izzy!
Get some water!
Get some water!
- Izzy!
- Water!
- Get some water!
- Okay.
Ja... Jake,
you have to stop her.
I've got the water.
Ah. Izzy!
Why did you do this
to yourself, Izzy?
- Oh, my god!
- What? What?
Oh, my god!
I... I can see.
- What? Izzy?
- I can still see.
- Izzy.
- I can still see.
- Izzy?
- Izzy.
I can see..
- Izzy.
- Izzy?
Izzy! Oh, shit.
Oh, my god!
I think she's dead!
- No, no, no.
- Oh, my god, she's dead!
- Izzy!
- She's dead.
Oh, shit.
Oh, my god, she's dead!
She's dead!
- Oh, shit.
- Oh, my god!
Oh, shit. Okay, okay.
Oh, my god, oh, my god,
is she dead?
No, no, no, no, she's alive.
She's alive.
Oh, my god,
this is all my fault.
This is all my fault.
She said they called you
here for something.
- What did she mean?
- I don't know.
What did she mean,
Madison? Huh?
What did she mean?
Madison, tell me.
I don't know, I don't
know, I don't know.
For a long time
I had, had this dream.
You know, I'm hiding like
like I did that day
but... but this time
she finds me.
No matter where I hide,
she always finds me
and she tells me, "you must die.
Don't you see?
Five must die."
That doesn't mean anything, Madison.
It's just...
It's just another dream?
Another coincidence?
Look, right before
I talked to my father
I started having that
same nightmare again.
It was like I already knew.
I'm pregnant.
Eight weeks.
Why didn't you tell me?
I don't know, okay?
I... I needed to come
here first, you know?
I want to know
why she did what she did
if, if that's inside of me, too.
It is.
- Ah!
- Jake!
What are you doing?
Hey, just... just
just let us go. Okay?
Just... just... just
let us go.
Goddamn it,
what is wrong with you?
What are you doing?
Your mother wasn't like
the rest of them.
Please, please, please.
She took very little convincing.
- Leave us alone!
- Because she wanted to.
- Just let us go.
- She wanted to.
She wanted to. She wanted
to, she wanted to!
And all we had to do
was show her how beautiful
all the blood is.
And now..
We are gonna show you, too.
What are you doing?
- Ah!
- God!
Help me, Madison.
Maddy, help.
No, no, no. No, no, no.
No, no, no, no.
You can't hurt me.
You can't hurt me.
Just leave me alone. Just
leave me alone, please.
Please, just leave me alone.
Please, just let me go!
Just leave me alone!
Oh, Jake, I'm coming!
Jake. Jake, baby.
Wake up! Jake! Jake.
Hold on, baby!
Hold on, baby, I'm coming!
Jake, I'm coming!
Come on. Goddamn it!
I'm coming!
Jake! Jake, wake up!
Wake up!
Goddamn it! Oh, god. Oh, god.
Oh, god. Goddamn it.
Come on.
Come on.
Come on. Wake up!
Come on. Come on, wake up.
Come on, come on.
It's okay. It's okay.
It's okay.
It's okay. You're okay.
Say something.
Say something, honey.
They were right, Maddy.
They showed me everything,
They showed me.
They showed me everything.
I know what you're gonna do.
I can't let you do that
to our little girl.
What do you mean,
"our little girl?"
- It's a girl.
- How do you know that?
Where'd you get that?
It's just gonna go on
and on and on
and on and on forever.
- No, no, no, no.
- Yes.
We can stop it.
We can stop it.
We can't. I can't.
Please, I don't wanna
hurt you, Jake.
We could still run.
Oh, no. Jake.
It's so beautiful.
Why are you doing this to me?
It's what we have
always done, Maddy.
We are five
and we are infinite..
But we need you.
All of the blood that you bring
all of the pain you feel
all of those beautiful..
Beautiful screams.
We have missed you so much.
We want you
to stay with us forever.
I just wanna go home.
You are home.
Who are you?
We are your family.
Your mother..
Little Olivia.
But we can't move on without you
and we are running out of time.
No. No, you killed them.
We were just getting started.
Though your mother did
something we didn't expect.
She couldn't save
her little one..
But you.
She... she blinded herself
so she couldn't find me?
Very clever.
Of course..
Your father took care of her..
But by then
you'd already run off..
And it was too late
and we still needed three more.
So we waited..
Like we always wait..
But we can't wait anymore
so we reached out
to your father..
And we called to you.
And now you are here
with the three that we need.
Why five?
Five is Harmony.
It is the key
that opens the door.
And you step through the chaos..
And you exit the other side
and you are washed free
of all that beautiful,
beautiful blood..
And you are ready
to start again.
Five must die.
Do you see?
It doesn't have to be you,
Ah, good girl.
Open the door.
Sarah, why didn't you answer me?
Look at me
when I'm talking to you.