One Remains (2019) Movie Script

- Ah, Mr. Mahoney,
thank you for speaking
with us today.
- Ah, it's my pleasure.
- I understand
recounting what you saw
is difficult and
it's appreciated.
- Well, I think it's important.
What happened to
those kids out there
I think it needs to be told
so it just never happens again.
- I understand
you spent some time
with them before the incident.
- Yes, a little.
- Was
there any indication
that you can think
of of their behavior
that would lead to?
- No, no they seemed
like just normal kids.
- After
reviewing the autopsy reports
and the pictures, what
happened out there was extreme.
- Yes.
- Self inflicted?
- Inconclusive.
- It's
difficult to accept
that a group of people would
do something to themselves.
- You know I'm, I'm gonna
stop you right there.
You know people just
don't understand
that the woods are a
very beautiful place
but they're very dark,
dangerous and mysterious.
And something like this
could happen to anyone.
You, me and just find
yourself at the wrong place
at the wrong time.
And it's amazing what
your mind can justify.
- Oh, oh hi, oh
whoa, who's that?
Who's that handsome devil?
Well that's Russell Delphino,
or some people call him,
the Delphino Albino.
And this is another
episode of, how did this
fucked-up shit happen
and why do we care?
- All right would
you stop wasting gigabytes,
I'm tired of looking at your
fucked-up face while I edit.
- Oh ladies and gentlemen
on my left in the
driver's seat is a woman,
which is only slightly
worse of an idea
as maybe an asian driver.
- Okay, fuck you!
- Geez eas, whoa easy!
Jesus, what are you, a moth
attracted to headlights?
Jesus Christ!
Oh, uh oh, oh hey princess.
Hey, oh waking from your nap?
Oh, do you need to stop
and piss for the 86th time?
- I can't help it, I've got a
- small bladder!
- We know.
- Thanks guys.
- Hey who is
that handsome devil?
I think that's the second most
handsome devil in the car.
- You mean, this old thing,
stop it!
- Hey, second handsome,
can I get some chips?
- Of course.
Do you want a Molly
special cool ranch
or would you like a spicy
nacho, a jalapeno cheddar
or you want OG Dorito?
- A Molly special.
- God damn, what else do you
have in that man purse Mike?
- Don't be jealous, I have a
little something for everyone.
- Hey whoa, easy
you piece of shit.
- Ooh.
Ooh, ooh.
- What are you doing?
- Nah,
nothing, just trying to
exercise some demons.
The power of Christ compels
me to touch your nipples!
I need an old one
and a young one
and a slightly droopier
one than the other.
- All right we're here!
- Thank god.
- You made it!
You must be Molly?
- I am, you must be Lance.
- Pleasure to meet ya.
How was the drive?
- Oh stunning!
It is so beautiful out here.
- Ah, thank you, my family's
been here for generations.
- Well your property
is absolutely gorgeous.
- Oh, well, years ago the
military crossed into our property
and law suits,
yada yada.
Oh, you guys don't
waste any time I see.
- Yeah, it's a
documentary, we document.
- That's right, we do document.
We try to get everything we can.
We usually end up
cutting like, 90% of it,
but it's just good to
have more than we need.
- No, no need to
explain, I get it.
- You get many
visitors out here?
- Ah, we don't actually.
Years ago, journalists
hounded my dad day and night
but that was a long time ago.
In fact it's why I was kinda
surprised when you guys called.
This is certainly the largest
film crew we've ever had here.
- Well we appreciate you
letting us stay here and film,
I know it's a lot to ask.
- Ah, don't worry about
it, you can thank my dad,
he's the one who insisted.
- Hey um,
where's the bathroom?
- Are you fucking serious?
- I have to pee!
- It's all
right, let me show you inside.
- Thank you.
- Fucking actors!
Say your line,
line sayer, Jesus!
- Hey intern, why don't
we play a fun little game
called carry the bags.
All right.
- Hey!
- You can have it back after
you've done what
you've been told.
Hey, you're the one who
wanted to be part of this.
- Oh, I got so fucking
badly wanted to be
part of this crew.
Here we are, after you.
Bathroom is to the left
and the rest of us
can head up top.
- Jesus.
- Well, here we are.
Three bedrooms,
including the master.
Little bit of a tight
fit for six people,
but I think you'll be
able to figure it out.
We have hot water of
course, fire place.
Looks like I'm a little
low on firewood right now.
- That's okay, I can split
some later if there's a pile.
- Sure there's a
shed out back, thank you.
- Ah, do you think
after we get settled in
we can meet Mr. Mahoney,
get a few prelim questions
out of the way?
- I, uh, I'm not sure
that's a good idea.
- Oh, uh.
- It's just that it's
been a rough day.
You know, the Alzheimer's
takes him in and out.
You're welcome to stop by
and meet him if you like
but honestly I don't
think you're gonna get
any of your questions
answered tonight.
- I understand, my
grandmother had Alzheimer's,
so, I get it.
Ah, this is is Wendy,
she's our host.
Maybe she and I can pop
by later and say hello.
Just the two of us, no cameras.
- Sure, I don't, I don't
think that'll be a problem.
But I don't think I would
wear that shirt if I were you.
Sorry it's just, the
old man's a little,
little set in his ways.
He doesn't take kindly
to new-wave thinkers.
- New, I'm sorry?
- No, I don't mean
to offend, it's just,
we're not used to the
gays up here you know.
- No worries, I
understand, completely.
- Hey, do you guys have any
like, quinoa, gluten-free,
dairy-free kinda foods?
- I, I don't understand
what you're saying.
- Ignore her.
Apparently it works
exclusively with assholes.
- I'm sorry.
Well listen, the
refrigerator's stocked
and the stove and the oven
works if that helps you any.
And if you need
anything else at all,
feel free to come on over.
Oh, and by the way, there's
no cell service here.
So if you need to make a
call, there's a landline
in the main house, in case
there's an emergency or anything
and if you need to go into
town, you'll have to drive
around the mountain road,
same way you came in.
A little windy,
little long of course,
or you could just hike
through the mountains,
it's about four miles from here.
- Thanks Lance,
we appreciate it.
- See you soon.
- Fucking sluts!
- Hey, hey, hey, hey!
Should we be filming this?
- He's had a rough night, I
don't wanna overwhelm him.
- Since when did you give a fuck
about exploiting your subjects?
- Listen,
I'm just trying to be sensitive all right?
Relax and keep playing
with each other's balls.
- That's fine, I brought two.
- Not gonna
get anything from him!
- Excuse me?
- My grandpa.
Not gonna get anything, you
just couldn't find online.
You know maybe that's where
you lazy fucks
should have started!
- Hey what the fuck,
you little shit!
- Russell stop!
- You know, why don't
you guys just go home?
- What a prick.
- Shit head.
- Guys it's all right.
Just let it go, he's
just being protective.
- I'm sorry about
Noah, he gets a little antsy
when strangers come around.
- Well, hopefully
he'll warm up to us.
- So, I was thinking we could
do the interview in here.
It's got plenty of space
and this works for you.
- Yeah, this is great.
I mean, it's a little dark
but we've got some lights
we can set up, so no problem.
- Hey, um, who's this?
- That's my mother, Cathy.
She passed away
when I was young.
Oh, I'm sorry to hear that.
Gosh, she's really beautiful.
- Yeah, thank you,
was a long time ago.
So, let's ah, go see
the old man, shall we?
Oh hey, word of warning.
I don't know how
coherent he's gonna be
and if he acts out at all,
don't take it personally.
You know, he has his moments.
But tonight, so far,
he's pretty somber.
Hey pops?
Got a couple of visitors.
- Mr. Mahoney?
- Hi, my name is
Wendy, how are you?
- I'm Molly.
We're here to interview you
about the pass incident.
Do you remember talking
to me on the phone?
Mr. Mahoney?
Sorry to bother you sir.
- Maybe he'll feel
better tomorrow.
- Let's go.
- Cathy.
- Dad no, that,
that, that's not mom.
- Cathy.
- He thinks all women are Cathy.
- Why did you leave me?
Why did you have to go?
- How was it?
Is he has crazy as people say?
- He's fine.
- Should
have filmed it.
- 'Cause I heard after
he found the bodies,
he went round the bend.
- Okay no, first of all,
we want him to trust us.
Okay, we're not trying to
damage his psyche any more.
And no he didn't
go round the bend,
but he is sad, he lost his
wife for Christ's sake.
- Who gives a shit?
He's a crazy old man
who's gonna forget you
in 10 minutes anyways.
He's got fuckin' old timers
or whatever the
hell it's called.
- God dammit Russ,
shut the fuck up!
He's old and he's sick!
And people died
here, right here!
What this guy saw
really fucked him up!
So be a man and start taking
this shit more seriously.
You're not funny,
you're not cute.
You're a fuckin' asshole!
And these people deserve
better than that.
- Well Jesus, who
shit in her Cheerios?
- Apparently,
you did.
- Fucking asshole.
- What about you Mother Theresa?
Short stack?
Fuck this shit!
- Molly?
You can't take him personally.
- He's such a
fucking douche bag!
- I know, I know, you just,
you have to ignore him.
- No fuck that, I'm tired of
always having to be the one
to accept that that's
just who he is!
- You're right, you're right.
- What?
No, no, no, no, no.
Corrupted file, fuck!
- Hey, calm down.
- Don't tell me to calm
down, this is our footage!
- I know, and we've
got it backed up.
- Oh god.
Oh fuck.
Oh god, not again,
- Okay come here,
come here, come here.
Shh, calm down.
Relax, I got ya.
- Sometimes I just feel so
overwhelmed, like I can't breath.
- Yep, I know.
Hey, let me get you some water.
- Okay thank you.
- Course, gotta take
care of my people, right?
- Hey, you're missing
out on all the fun.
- I'm not really in the mood.
- Oh come on, don't do this.
- Just wanna get
some work done Becca.
- You'll have plenty
of time later.
- Are you drinking?
- Maybe.
Why don't you come
and found out?
- I'm so bored.
What ya up to?
- I'm editing.
- Editing what?
- Our footage.
- Oh, can I see?
Oh no, no, no, no, no, no.
You have to delete that
one, that's a bad angle.
I look fat, delete that!
- Okay can I help you?
- Hey Mol.
- Hmm.
- Do you find me attractive?
- You know you are, stop
fishing for compliments.
- I got rejected twice.
Do you know the last
time I got laid was?
Okay, Okay.
You don't have to give
me the stare, I'll leave.
- You know, I could
fuck you if you want.
- What?
You're not serious.
Why not?
I'll fuck you.
- Okay.
You know I'm not as shallow
as everyone thinks I am.
- I know.
- Seriously.
- We just had sex because
you felt rejected.
You are shallow.
But it's okay
though, I like you.
- You don't, you don't think
I'm that shallow, do you?
- Yeah, yeah I do.
But you're an actor, it's
kinda part of your job,
supposed to be vain, it's cool.
I'm shallow too.
- And that's pretty
much why I don't do
the butt stuff anymore.
I mean, I bel, I'm a
tit guy mostly and...
Oh hey,
what were you two
doing in there?
- None of your
god damn business!
- Could you please not take
the lord's name in vain.
- Oh sure, none of
your god damn business!
- Go talk to her.
So that was interesting.
- Yeah.
- I could tell Molly was
definitely up to no good
and then the artist formally
known as the disco blueberry
went bouncing down the stairs.
- Are you still mad at me?
- I don't know, maybe.
- All right, fine, I'm sorry.
Uh and you, you know how much
that hurts my face to say that.
I don't know how
you people do it.
You're right, maybe I was being
a little bit of an asshole.
But I know this
is important to you
and that makes it
important to me.
- Thanks Russ.
- Like 40%, 40% important
and that is a lot.
Like, my mom's like 31.
And, like, ice cream's like 17,
'cause I'm lactose
intolerant and like kittens,
are like six.
They're zero, I
fuckin' hate cats.
I mean like, I
wanna support you.
I'm like your Victoria's Secret.
You know, yeah, okay,
like an underwire bra.
You know, how it holds up
the big set of ugly floppers.
Like, I mean, not like yours,
not that you have ugly floppers.
You got like a respectable C,
but like what I'm saying
is like a water bra's fake
and guys know but like, a
supportive underwire bra,
is, it's...
- Stop talking.
- Right.
- Ugly floppers?
- And that
is the second time
I got it stuck in
the vacuum cleaner.
- Whoa, whoa, whoa,
whoa, whoa, whoa,
save some for the fishes.
- Hannah, you should
go to bed, it's late.
- Becca, it's not even
midnight, I'm not five.
- Yeah Becca, she's not five!
Here you go kid.
- Hey you
can't have that!
- Well lighten up,
it's just a sip.
- Yeah, she's not
gonna be snortin' coke
off a hooker's thigh
for like, what,
your birthday's in
like four months right?
- That's not funny.
- It's not, you laughed.
- Is there
like, anything else
we can do around here besides
drink and stuff, you know?
- What do you wanna do?
- Hmm well.
We could tell scary stories.
- Ooh!
- I think Michael
knows a scary story.
- Like what?
- I think we both
know a scary story.
I think, uh maybe like,
Wendy's face without makeup.
- Hey guys, what'd I miss?
- Huh, this dick!
- Oh good, I thought I
was missing something big.
- Ah hah, you do
have a micro-penis.
- It is a recognized
medical condition.
- Oh, actually I wanna
know what happened here.
- You haven't told her Becca?
- I gave her the Cliff Notes
version, she's too young.
- Okay, yeah but
she's part of the crew
and if you want
her to be involved,
she should know the details.
- Did you hear that?
I'm part of the crew,
is that what you said?
Wow, I'm part of the crew.
- You really wanna
know what happened here kid?
- Yeah I wanna know what
happened to the old man.
- Well, the real problem
there is, Russell's mom
never hugged him enough.
- It's true and my dad and
my uncle hugged me too much.
- No, I didn't mean this old
man, I meant the other old man.
- Back in the 70s, bunch
of college students
came up to hike the pass
and they were experienced
and they were prepared and
then something happened,
and they all disappeared.
It took 'em over a month
to find the bodies.
- Well what happened to them?
- Nobody really knows.
Old man came up to the campsite,
found all the tents empty,
food still in the skillets, so
he figures they go on a hike.
But then he sees a single
shoe so he keeps walkin'.
And then he finds
the first body.
- A little bit further,
two more bodies.
One of 'em, tongue
ripped out of his mouth.
The other one, eyes
gouged out of the skull.
- And they had hardly
any external injuries
and they couldn't tell
whether they did it
to themselves or each other.
And they all had
internal bleeding
but nobody knows from what.
- Ew.
- Well that's disgusting.
So what does that even have
to do with the old man.
- Well he was the
park ranger back then
and they stayed
with him for a day
before heading up the trail.
He was the last one
to see them alive.
- And the first one
to see 'em dead.
- Yeah, and then really
fucked him up too.
- Can you blame him?
- Do you think we'll get
the interview we want?
- God I hope so.
'Cause if not we're here
for no fuckin' reason.
We should probably go to bed.
We gotta be ready to roll
at any time tomorrow.
- Yep, all right kid
finish this for me will ya?
- Hey Mol.
- Yeah.
- I just wanna let you
know that I except you.
- What?
- I except you, who you are.
You know, the whole gay thing.
- Right, yeah, the gay thing.
- I don't judge, only he can.
I love you no matter what!
- Oh, okay.
Well thanks for your
It really gets me
through my day.
- Okay no problem, good night!
- Good night.
- Hey Becca, what's
the wifi password?
- There's no wifi here.
- Why not?
- You're gonna have to deal
with the beautiful outdoors
for once in your life.
- Hmm, that's gross.
- Hey, you're surrounded
by God's creation,
you need to learn
to appreciate it.
- I'm not hungry.
- Hanna, y--
- I'm gonna go outside
and experience God's
wonderful creation for once
and maybe his cell service too.
- Good luck, hey,
don't go too far.
You need to keep yourself
available in case people need you.
- Oh, 'cause I'm officially
everyone's bitch.
- Hanna.
- So who's the bitch now?
Oh toast!
Thank you.
- You're welcome.
- Hey there you pretty
boy, Paul Bunyan bitch.
Want me to show you how
a real man chops wood?
- Yeah, you wanna go get Molly?
- Oh, fuck you.
Ah, hey ah, Sister
Mary Rebecca in there
made some Jesus toast
if you want a piece.
- I stole some.
- Well sausage too.
- Maybe later.
- All right, well I'm
gonna go piss on some shit.
- Uh.
Wonder what time it is.
You know,
we could stay in bed
and cuddle and talk.
What's the wifi password?
- Hey!
You gotta watch
yourself out here.
- I'm, I'm sorry, I didn't
realize what I was doing.
- It's easy to get carried
away out here okay?
- Yeah.
- You need to be more
careful from now on.
These woods will
play tricks on you.
- Thank you,
for saving me.
- Do you have any kings?
- Yeah.
Ah, do you have a jack?
- I do actually
where'd you put it?
Okay, I'm blind so.
- Okay.
- Hey Molly?
- Hey Lance how's it goin'?
- The old man is
lucid at the moment
if you wanna give it a shot.
No guarantee how
long it will last.
- Oh great, thank you so much,
we'll head right over, okay?
Thank you.
We're ready to roll.
- Molly, Molly, hey, hey!
We were, we were just, we...
Did you know?
- Russell I don't
care who you fuck
and if you try to
justify it to me,
I'm gonna punch you in the face.
- Good talk, good talk.
- Mr. Mahoney I just
wanna let you know
you can stop the
interview at any time.
Take all the breaks you need.
- That's very kind of you.
I don't think
that'll be necessary.
I'm a lot tougher than I look.
- Okay.
I'm gonna let Wendy
take it from here.
- Hi Mr. Mahoney,
how you doin' today?
- Darlin' I'm doin' decades
later with you in front of me.
You know if I was any younger,
I'd let you turn me
down a few times.
- I like him.
- I'm sure you do.
- Ah, where were y'all
when I was 20, huh?
Ah, nevermind don't
even answer that,
let's get on with it before
you break my heart some more.
- All right, picture's
up, let's roll camera.
- Camera speeds.
- Samuel Mahoney
interview, take one.
- All right
everybody settle in
and action.
- I just have one more
question for you Mr. Mahoney.
- And what's that?
- What happened in the
past is one of the most
mysterious tragedies in history.
What was it like walking
into that awful aftermath?
Did that affect you in any way?
If so, how?
- Short answer to that.
Unfortunately, yes.
What I witnessed
up on that pass,
I was not prepared for.
The impact of it
changed my life.
My wife Cathy,
she was the light of my life.
She deserved better than me.
I wouldn't be sitting here
today if it wasn't for her.
Her strength.
But when Lance was coming along,
she, she gave me an ultimatum.
She couldn't take it
anymore and she said to me,
she said, "Samuel Mahoney,
you are acting like you
"are the one that
died on that pass.
"And if you continue
to let life go by
"I'm gonna go with it."
And she wasn't bluffing.
She left.
Well we didn't speak
for a long time,
'til Lance was born.
And when I held that
baby in my arms,
I remembered how
precious life is.
And I begged her, I begged
her with all my heart
to come back.
And I loved that woman.
I loved that woman.
But it wasn't enough.
- And cut.
- So, I'm up in this watchtower
and I am stoned out of my gourd
and this bear is hauling
ass up the ladder
like a sailor with
his hand up a skirt.
And I'm up there and I'm not
about to wait to find out
if that bear is smart
enough to open that latch.
- So then what'd you do?
- I have jumped my
ass out the window,
thank god there
was a tree outside.
- Weren't you scared?
- Hell ye, darlin' let
me tell you somethin'
there is a reason they
give rangers brown pants.
- You are the coolest
old man I've ever met.
- Hmm, tell him that.
- For fuck's sake.
- Noah!
- What?
- You guys don't believe
this shit do you, it's...
It's a joke.
- Kid If I ever talked
to my old man like that
when I was your age
I got my ass beat.
- Yeah?
Well look how great
you turned out.
- Noah!
- No, it's all right, just
kinda reminds me of me
when I was his age.
- Well that's a fuckin' insult.
- Noah!
Leave, now!
- If you'll excuse me,
I have chores to do.
- I'm sorry.
In this household, we believe
in discipline, not disrespect.
My apologies.
- My old man always said
that needed a firm hand
when things got out of order.
Nah, Noah's a good kid.
Poor Lance, when his wife died
they moved in with me and,
just kinda been a tough
transition, you know?
He's all right.
- Well I just wanna thank
you both so much for today.
The footage we got has truly
surpassed our expectations.
- That's fantastic.
If you need anything
else just let us know.
- Well we're going to
compile the footage
with the interviews from
the victims' families.
I've been trying to find
footage of the actual incident
but it's been really
hard to come by.
- Footage huh?
You want some footage.
- Dad.
- I have some.
- What?
- Yeah, I had my camera with
me when I found the bodies.
- Are you fuckin' serious?
Shit, sorry.
- I don't think
that's a good idea.
- I transferred it to VHS
when it started deteriorating
and I think it's all
right, but I got it.
- I mean,
can we watch it?
- Well of course you can,
why the hell do you think
I'm sittin' here
telling you all this?
- Just really makes no
sense, an old video tape,
there's really nothin' on it.
- Why?
You think it'll
trigger something?
You want me to
avoid it don't you?
These kids here, they're
offering me an opportunity
to make sense out of some
things, out of what happened.
And maybe even bring
some peace to some people
who are still wonderin'.
Nah, I can't pass a chance
up like that, can I?
Come on in here into the
room and grab a seat.
- No, no not you.
- What?
- I don't know
what's on that tape.
- Okay, so?
- So head back to the cabin.
- No, Molly said that
I'm part of the crew
and that I should
know all the details.
- Well Molly's not
in charge of you.
- Hey just let us
watch it first, okay.
We don't know what
we're walking in on.
You can watch whatever
we pull for the doc.
- Okay, you hypocrites.
- You sure about this?
- Yeah.
- Hey.
- Hey, what's up?
- Can I come in?
- Sure.
- I saw you
leave the house,
you ah, you looked upset.
- Well yeah,
'cause of my fuckin'
bitch of a sister.
- Want a drink?
- Yeah.
- You know,
I've had tequila
one other time before.
- Oh yeah?
- Yeah, at church camp.
- Really?
- Yep.
Your house seems pretty intense.
- I hate it here.
Never wanted to move here.
- Did your mom die?
- Yeah.
- Oh.
That's a bummer.
- Yeah.
It sucked.
When she died, I didn't
have anything left.
I knew I'd get stuck here
in the fuckin' woods.
I'm gonna die here you know?
- That's, that's a
depressing thought.
- It's true.
You think I like livin'
in the fuckin' woods?
I'm 19 years old and I
drink a handle a week.
Once you live here,
you stay here forever.
- I mean, you could leave,
like, you can come with us
if you have to.
- Fuck that.
My dad would kill me.
If he didn't, my grandpa would.
- Okay so he's scary,
but like.
- No you should
be scared of him!
Don't you see?
He's evil.
- Mr. Mahoney.
Are you all right?
- Dad.
Dad, th, that's it!
Turn off the tape, turn
it off, turn it off!
Dad look at me, it's Lance.
It's okay, it's okay.
- Get out of my house!
- No dad look at me!
- Get him the fuck out
of my house!
- You're okay, you're okay.
Look at me,
it's Lance, it's Lance.
You're fine.
I'm right here, you're
safe, we're home.
- Cathy!
- It's okay.
- Cathy, Cathy!
- Mr. Mahoney.
- Cathy
You said you would
never leave me again.
- After my grandpa
saw the bodies, just snapped.
Went nuts.
He did terrible things.
- Like what?
- Why did you leave me?
You promised you
would never le...
- Oh.
- Okay, move, move.
Dad right here, right
here, it's okay.
You're okay, you're
okay, come on, come on.
Come on.
Get them outta here.
- Come on, come on,
- Let's go.
come on, come on.
- Go.
- You're fine.
Shh, shh, shh,
shh, shh, shh, shh.
It's okay.
It's okay.
- So what happened?
- Not now Hannah.
- Well, least we got
what we came for, right?
- Maybe we should go to bed.
We can pack everything
up in the morning.
- You guys, we could
pack everything up.
Or we could finish the tape,
totally up to you guys.
- What the fuck Michael?
- What?
- You stole it?
- It was sitting right
there, it was easy.
- Molly look, we
can give it back.
- Yeah, shut up!
You can't just steal things
out of people's homes,
are you insane?
- I thought you'd be happy.
- We're not watching it.
- Oh come on.
- No!
You fucking beautiful
son of a bitch.
- Shotgun!
- Can someone get the lights?
- God dammit.
- The hell is this?
- That's, that's Cathy.
- Who's Cathy?
- His wife.
- What is she doing?
- What the fuck?
G, guys.
That's right here, look.
- We should just leave.
- What?
- Open it!
- Dearest Samuel, I regret
that I must do this.
I just cannot go on
like this any longer.
You are so cold.
I'm sorry.
I love you, Cathy.
- Oh god.
- Guys.
Is that me?
- Is this some kind of joke?
- No I...
- Do you think this is funny?
- No!
- Do you?
- No!
- What
the hell is that?
- Holy Jesus.
- What the shit?
- Oh my god!
- Okay, stop the tape!
What is happening?
Who are these people?
- I don't, I don't know.
- Hannah, go to our room.
- What, why?
- Right now!
This has to be some
kind of a joke, right?
You guys are fucking with me.
- Nobody's fucking with
you Becca, that's us.
- This has to be some
kind of a joke, a prank.
Like the time you pretended
to break your neck
or when you were
filming Russell swimming
and he pretended to drown.
You're trying to scare me?
- No one is trying to scare you,
we have no fucking idea
what's going on right now!
- No.
- Oh come on!
God dammit!
What the fuck?
- Knock knock.
Just thought I would come
up here and tell y'all
if you're thinkin' of packin' up
and leaving tomorrow you can't.
The storm is really
comin' down outside.
The roads are washed out.
What's the matter?
Y'all up to no good?
Oh I see.
I see.
You know, where I come from,
if somebody houses
you and feeds you
and gives you there
time and trust.
You really should
respect their wishes!
Don't you think?
- Why don't you tell us,
what the fuck this is?
- You still like girls do ya?
What a waste.
And I think you
know what that is.
- What is going on?
- Oh, fuck, fuck, fuck, fuck.
Hey, hey, hey, hey, hey,
look at me, look at me!
Look at me stay here.
Hey, somebody get me somethin'!
Hey, hey, shh, hey, hey,
hey, look at me, look at me.
Don't look there, look at me.
- Here.
- Let it go, let it go.
Put pressure, pressure,
- Oh my god.
pressure, hey, hey,
hold it, hold it.
Hey, stay with me, stay with me.
Hey, right here, stay
with me, okay, okay?
Right here, it's gonna be okay.
Fuck, fuck, fuck, fuck fuck.
- Hannah!
No, no, no.
- Hold it,
hold it, hey, hey.
Stay with me, stay with me.
- Hannah, Hannah.
- All right?
It's gonna be okay.
Hey, hey, look at me,
it's gonna be okay.
Hey, hey, hey, right here.
- See if you can call 911.
- This can't be happening.
Hey, it's gonna be okay.
Hey, hey, hey.
- Fuck!
Hey, hey, listen to me.
I need you to focus.
Okay, I need you to focus.
we're gonna get out of here,
but I need your help,
okay, all right?
There's a landline in the house
and I'm gonna call
for help, okay?
- No, no, no, no
you can't leave.
No, no Wendy listen!
Everything's gonna be fine,
but I've got to get
to that landline
if we're gonna get
out of here, okay?
- Okay.
- All right, just stay here
- You can't leave me.
- No, Wendy!
Rebecca, Rebecca
needs your help.
Okay, she needs you all right?
- Okay.
- I'll be back I promise.
I promise.
- Okay.
- Hey, hey, shh,
come here okay.
They said to me to get you up.
Let's get you up come on.
Come on.
- It's okay.
Hey you're gonna be okay.
You're gonna be okay, alright?
- Oh my god, oh my god, Becca!
- Don't touch me!
Don't fucking touch me!
- Okay, I can't do this,
I gotta get out of here,
I can't do this!
- Hello Mahoney.
- I can't leave her here.
We have to get out.
We have to get out, I
have to get the van.
I have to get the van.
- Yeah hold on, hold on.
- What?
- It's for you.
- Who is it?
- I don't know.
- What?
Yeah of course it's snowin'.
He's fine.
No he can't, roads
are washed out.
Fine, I'll call
you tomorrow, bye.
What are you doing?
- Ah somebody
made a mess here.
- what are
you talking about?
- Where's your kid?
- I don't know.
I'll find him dad.
I'll take care of my kid,
I'll take care of those kids,
just come on, go
back to bed, come on.
Have to get Hannah
in the van, I have to
get Hannah into the van,
have to get Hannah into the--
- Becca!
- Hannah?
- Fuck, hey, I'm gonna
get something else
for your head, okay?
You stay, shh, I'll be right
back, I'll be right back.
- Michael.
- I don't
know about this,
I don't wanna leave
a mess in my house.
- Nobody's--
- Now where is that kid
of yours, I wanna find
out what's goin' on.
- Dad, nobody's making a mess.
- I don't like things messy
in my house!
- I will take
care of everybody.
- I don't, I'm
fixing it right now!
Hey, buddy.
I couldn't find anything okay.
I'm gonna take your belt and
I'm just gonna tie it up okay?
I'm gonna make a tourniquet.
We just gotta stop
the bleeding, right?
Just gotta tie this off.
- W, w, we gotta go.
We, we, we gotta go.
We got, we got, we gotta go.
- I know, I know, we will.
We will okay, we're gonna
get, we're gonna get there.
- We gotta go, we gotta get
over the pass.
- Shh, hey!
We will okay, we're goin'.
We gotta wait for Molly.
- She's already dead!
She, she, she's dead!
We gotta go over the
pass now, now, now, now!
- Hey, okay, come on, get up.
Let's go, stand up.
- Did you do this?
Did you make this mess?
- Yeah.
- Well clean it up!
- Yes sir.
- Michael?
I love you, we can go home now.
- I'm sorry I got
made at you earlier Becca.
- It's okay.
- Do you wanna pray with me?
- Yes, yes!
- Oh, we need to stop.
You're losing too much blood.
- Michael we gotta go.
- Okay.
- Okay, okay.
- Hail Mary, full of grace,
our lord is with thee.
Blessed art thou among women
and blessed is the food
of thy womb, Jesus.
Mary, mother of God.
- Becca?
- Oh hi Michael.
- Are you okay?
- We're fine, would you
like to pray with us?
- Pray with who?
- You're so funny.
Hail Mary, full of grace,
our lord is with thee.
Blessed art thou among women
and blessed is the food
of thy womb, Jesus.
- Hungry?
- I'm starving.
Mm, mm.
- Michael.
Hey, it's me!
It's me.
Fu, wait!
It's me!
Hey, it's me.
God, are you okay?
- I don't know.
What the fuck is going on?
- Where is everyone?
- I, I don't know, I don't know.
- We have to find them,
okay, let's go, okay?
- Okay.
- Fuck.
- Mm.
- Do you like it?
- They're so good.
Would you like to try some?
- Yes, I do want one.
- Guys?
- Oh.
- Hey Mol.
What's wrong?
I'm just trying to
take care of my people.
- You want some?
It's cool ranch.
Ha ha.
- Oh.
- Mol relax, everything's fine.
Hannah's here and we found food.
- Hannah's dead Becca!
- No!
You, you did this!
- No Becca!
- She was my everything,
you took her away from me!
- Becca I love Hannah!
- You brought us
here, you killed her!
- Oh.
- Michael.
- This is my body,
which is for you.
Take, eat in remembrance of me.
- Michael why are you
doing this?
No, no, no, no, no, oh.
- She needed me.
I had to help her.
Do you need me?
- No, no Michael
I don't need you.
- I love you Molly.
- Michael.
- Where the fuck have
you rug munchers been?
- Ru, Russell?
Oh my god!
- Oh.
- Russ.
Fuck Russ, I thought
you were dead.
- Oh my god.
- Me too.
Did you find Michael?
Is he okay?
Him and Rebecca started going
at each other like Dahmer.
I didn't wanna stick
around and find out
that shit was
gonna happen to me.
I ran, I'm sorry, Molly,
I ran like a bitch.
- It's okay.
- It's okay Russ.
- I'm sorry.
- We're only a couple
miles from town right?
We gotta go.
Come on, we gotta go.
- What?
- Okay.
- Woo, blergh, bleh!
- The fuck's the matter
with you princess?
- I thought I felt a spider.
- What's wrong?
- It's in my hair!
It's in my hair,
what is going on?
Ew, get them off
me, get them off me!
Wendy stop!
- Oh, oh it feels so good.
- What are you doing?
- We gotta go!
- No, we can't leave her!
- Gotta go!
- Wendy!
- Oh, my god, we
made it.
- We're, we're
almost there Molly.
- Are you okay?
- I'm fine.
- Fuck, you've
lost so much blood.
We've gotta get you help okay?
- Get off me I'm fine!
Fucking handle it.
- Heh.
You'll handle it!
- Oh you fucking bitch.
- Oh my god.
They're dead, they're
all fucking dead!
And we left them, we left them.
Oh my god.
- They're gone Molly.
They're gone.
- What's wrong?
- Nothing it's just,
happens sometimes.
- What, what happens?
- I can't breath.
- I get it.
I understand.
- What?
- It's happening to you too.
- What?
Just give me a second.
It's me!
- It's a little ironic actually.
Hmm, after that first
incident at the pass
I became obsessed.
So obsessed,
and I lost my marriage.
Lost my relationship with my son
but I needed to
know the answers.
After this
last incident,
there's one thing that I
realize I don't take lightly
and that's the responsibility
of knowing that I'm
the one that remains.
- Great that's a cut.
Go ahead and cut it.
Thank you, so much.
Off the record, these
kids didn't show any signs
of mental illness?
- No, none.
They all seemed fit as a fiddle.
Wouldn't you agree?
- I would, yeah.
They were good kids.
It's a shame what
happened to 'em.
- It sounds similar to
the Tunguska incident
in Russia, years ago.
Where ultimately, people
blamed nuclear testing.
With the recent discovery
of the military testing here
in the 50s and 60s I
think one could assume
that maybe these kids
suffered the same fate.
Do you have any
thoughts on that, or?
Okay, well thank
you for your time.
I appreciate it, I have to go.
I've got some research to do.
Trying to find some
crime scene photos
but they're tough to come by.
- Well, I might be able
to help you out in that.
I have some footage
that I shot myself
of the crime scene at the time.
I could show you?
- Dad, it's not gonna help.
- I mean, yeah,
that would be great,
if it's not too much trouble.
- No, no trouble at all.
- Great, great, all right
let's wrap this up guys.
Let's get moving.
Thank you.
I don't trust my eyes
They can't really see
Why do I feel you near
When there's no
one next to me
No matter where I turn
I can't clear my head
We're running out of time
Take my hand
Or I'm already dead
Someone help me
I can't breath
It's close
So close
Can't hear or see the light
Hold me tight
Shut your eyes
We're both falling tonight
It glows so close
Can't hear or see the light
Hold me tight
Shut your eyes
We're both falling tonight
Someone help me
I can't