Room 6 (2006) Movie Script

[Amy] Where am I?
What's happening?
Hello, can you hear me?
I can't move.
I can't move, help me!
Oh, my God, I'm awake.
I should be under.
I can't move, help me!
Oh, my God, what are they doing?
They have to hear me.
they have to see I'm
awake. They have to!
Oh, God, I can feel that.
I can feel what he's doing.
No, I'm awake!
Please, I'm awake!
I'm awake, I'm awake!
I have to get their attention.
They have to know
I'm wide awake!
Thank you,
Nurse Holiday.
[Amy] No, I'm awake!
Please, I'm awake!
No, I'm awake!
Please I'm awake,
[doctor] I'm about to
make the first incision.
[Amy] No!
[metal hitting ground]
[Amy] Thank God.
Thank God!
Oh, my dear.
We know you're awake.
[Amy] No, no...
[groans] You could
wake the dead with
that scream.
Maybe not the dead,
but definitely
the neighbors.
It was so real.
Let me guess,
you were in the
hospital again?
Something like that.
Oh, no, no.
Come to bed.
[sighs] Oh, why?
It's morning.
It's not morning, it's...
Oh, it is morning.
[groans] How cold?
A 6.
[sighs] That's a 7 or an 8.
What do you want, a cure
for mornings like this?
[tea kettle whistling]
How's your morning?
Black as my coffee.
So, what's the cook
in school today?
Class 2-C,
Melissa Norman, again.
Oh, still not getting
through to her?
[sighs] Fed Ex
would have trouble
getting through to that girl.
How '&bout you?
Ransik Building.
See if we finally got
something Dick likes.
Listen, Ames, um,
remember I had
something I want to
talk to you about?
Well, now that
we're in our new
apartment and stuff...
Well, just hurry up.
I don't wanna be
late for class, okay?
It's important.
I'm listening.
It's huge actually.
Real big stuff.
[Nick sighs, clears throat]
Look, I told you
last night, we need
to talk.
We're talking!
No, I'm talking,
you're not even
Sure, I am.
Maybe this will
get your attention.
It's been 4 years.
4 great years.
Well mostly great years.
I mean, we had that
one argument at
Home Depot, but...
Nick, I can't do this right now.
Can we talk about it tonight?
God damn it, Ames.
I'm asking you to marry me.
You're serious?
[car honking]
[woman] Amy!
Nick, I love you.
[woman] Carpool's here!
But I gotta go.
Can we...
can we pick up where
we left off tonight?
Just meet me at
school at 3, okay?
[door shutting]
So you know why I kept
you here during play
time, right, Melissa?
You're having
the bad dreams again.
And these things are back?
Monsters, right.
But only in your dreams,
only when you're asleep,
Hey, do you remember
what we said?
When you're dreaming,
where are you really?
Safe in bed.
Safe in bed, right.
So you just have to
remember that.
Is that how you do it
with your bad dreams?
Did you ever wonder why
you have your bad dreams?
Did you ever wonder what
you did to deserve them?
Or do you know...
do you even know what you
did that was so terrible?
Melissa, why did you
just say that?
Say what?
Say that I did something...
What are you talking
about, Miss Roberts?
C... can I go now?
Yeah, of course.
Melissa, you know I'm
just trying to help you,
with the dreams or
anything else that might
be bothering you.
Like what?
Excuse me, can I help you?
I don't know. You seem
to have your hands full
trying to help my girl.
Oh, you're Melissa's mother.
I'm... I'm sorry,
we haven't met yet.
You've not been to any of
the parent-teacher meetings.
So sue me, sweet cheeks.
Uh, we were just
talking about, um,
the picture Melissa drew
in class today.
[Sarah] Oh yeah?
Just don't go
filling her head
with all that Dr. Phil
and Oprahshit.
The kid is weird enough
as it is.
I'm just trying to help.
You can't help me.
You can't even help yourself.
You're not strong enough.
I wish you could.
You're nice...
not like the others.
You heard her.
Butt out.
The last thing me and
Bob need is more hassle
from Social Services.
[school bell ringing]
[indistinct chatter]
sorry about this morning.
You just... caught me
a little off-guard.
Yeah, well, if you had
known it was coming,
I was afraid
you would've run off.
What's that supposed to mean?
I don't know.
Sometimes you can...
[car door slams]
be a little closed off.
Aren't you supposed to
be trying to be charming
right now?
I am charming.
Freakin' Prince Charming.
I'm the king of charming.
I just don't get it, Ames.
I mean...
you love me.
You know, I... I know you do.
So why don't you wanna marry me?
I didn't say that.
This has to do with
your father, right?
That he's not around to
walk you down the aisle...
give you away?
This has nothing to do with him.
Of course.
One mention of your dad
and you get all closed off.
What else is new? Nick, you know what?
You don't know what
you're talking about,
so just stop it.
I'm sorry.
You know, I just
love you so much.
[tires screeching,
metal against metal]
Oh, God. Nick...
I think my leg is broken.
It's okay.
It's okay, I'm... let's get out.
[struggles with door]
Oh, it's stuck!
[struggling, crying]
Help us!
Please, somebody help us!
Hello! Help!
Somebody call 9-1-1!
It's okay.
It's gonna be okay, babe.
[sirens, indistinct chatter]
[breathes heavy]
Oh, thank you.
Thank you.
Hey, I'm okay.
I'm okay, but my boyfriend...
his legs... he can't move.
Stay there, I'll be right back.
Where are you going?
What are you...
[sighs] Oh, God.
Stay in there.
What the hell do they
think I'm gonna do?
Go for a fucking jog?
Oh, it's okay, it's okay, baby!
They're gonna get you
out of here,
and we're gonna be
all right, all right?
We're okay.
Oh, I wrecked the hell
out of the car, didn't I?
[sighs] Oh, God, yeah.
Yeah, you sure do.
[cries] Come on!
Does this hurt?
[Francis] Gonna take you
to the hospital now.
all right?
[Amy] Wait!
[Francis] Sorry, lady.
You're not allowed to
ride in the ambulance.
You gotta get to the
hospital on your own.
Those are the rules.
I don't make 'em,
you don't break 'em.
What hospital are you
taking him to?
I'll meet you
at the hospital, okay?
[indistinct whispers]
[Nick groans]
Where's Ames?
She'll meet you at
the hospital later.
What hospital are we going to?
St. Rosemary's.
[groans] I've never heard of it.
We'll take good care of you.
Ames hates hospitals.
[sighs] They give her
Ever since she was a little kid.
A lot of people
don't like hospitals.
Not like Ames.
She's the only person I know
who can facilitate doctors
to make house calls.
Guess she's gonna
have to go now, though.
We'll see, won't we?
I'm fine, I'm fine.
It's my sister.
Excuse me, how far is
the nearest hospital?
About 10 blocks.
Can you take me there, please?
Hey there, Norma.
What have you got
for me, Francis?
Nicholas Van Dyke.
I think he's busted up
pretty bad.
[Norma] Don't you worry,
Mr. Van Dyke.
We're gonna take
good care of you.
You okay, lady?
Yes, I'm fine.
I just don't...
I don't like hospitals.
Oh, nobody does.
Except them, uh,
"hypocondoses" types.
Oh, them, too.
I haven't been in a hospital
since I was 12 years old.
You're lucky.
My wife breaks a sweat,
I gotta take her to
the emergency room.
It's all right,
Mr. Van Dyke.
You're in the hospital now.
Where's Amy?
Oh, I'm sure she's on her way.
You want I should
go in with you
and hold your hand?
No, I'll be fine.
It's too bad,
'cause I was gonna
leave the meter running.
Oh, darn.
You have a good day now, Amy.
Yeah, you, too.
Hey, how did you know my name?
I didn't tell you my name!
[doctor] Don't try to talk.
We've given you some
medication for the pain.
[woman via intercom]
Dr. Stamos to pediatrics.
Dr. Stamos
to pediatrics.
[telephone rings]
[woman via intercom]
Paging Dr. Alden.
Dr. Alden to O.R.
Paging Dr. Alden.
Dr. Alden to O.R.
I'm here to see my boyfriend.
He was brought in a while ago.
Brought in? When?
I'm not exactly sure.
Within the hour?
What's his name?
Nick Van Dyke.
Mmm... I'm sorry.
There must be
some mistake.
He's not here.
It's been quiet.
Who told you he was
brought here?
I just assumed.
Um, are you sure?
Nicholas Van Dyke.
There was a car accident
a few blocks from here.
He had a badly broken leg.
An ambulance took him away...
Well, they sure as hell
didn't bring him here.
We haven't had an ambulance
admission all day.
Are you okay?
Yeah, I'm fine.
Look, do you know where they
might have taken him if they
didn't bring him here?
This is a list of
all the hospitals
in the area.
Maybe they brought
him to one of them.
And all the numbers
are listed there,
Maybe you wanna give 'em a call
before you waste any
more of your time.
There's a pay phone
right behind you.
[breathes heavy]
Uh, you know,
I think I'm just gonna
use a phone outside.
But thank you
for your help.
Thanks so much.
[indistinct hospital
intercom page]
[sighs] Come on, Amy.
Come on.
Pull it together.
It's just a hospital.
It's where people get better.
It's where they get saved.
Lady. Lady,
are you okay?
Oh, my God.
You were in the accident,
too, right?
Well, are you... are you okay?
I'm in better shape
than my truck,
but yeah, I'm okay.
I'm Lucas, Lucas Dylan.
But everybody calls me Luke.
Hi, I'm Amy. Um,
I'm so sorry. I don't...
I don't have any
insurance cards on me.
Nick takes care
of all of that stuff.
Don't worry too much about that.
I get into a car wreck,
like, every few months.
It gives me an excuse
to get a new one.
I've got it down to a science.
I'm just trying to find
my sister who was in
the truck with me.
[Amy] Is she okay?
They got her out,
put her in an ambulance,
and didn't tell me which
hospital they took her to.
Oh, my... the same thing
happened with Nick,
my boyfriend.
It's crazy, right?
[sighs] I just got
in a cab and told them
to take me to
the closest hospital,
which was here.
Same here.
She was never even admitted.
They must've taken them
to a different hospital,
but I don't even know
where to start looking.
We can take turns calling,
save us a little time.
I could really use the company.
I'm still just
rattled. I'm...
You're not in shock, are you?
No, I... [sighs] I don't know.
Maybe. I have a thing
about hospitals.
I loathe them myself.
What do you say we
start looking up these
numbers, huh, Lucas?
Lie back down.
You need your rest.
[Amy] Van Dyke.
V-A-N D-Y-K-E.
Yes, I'll hold.
Are you sure?
Well, maybe you could
check again, please.
Look, I was in a car
accident with him,
and his leg was
injured very badly.
The ambulance came,
they took him out,
they... they...
they drove him away,
they wouldn't let me
go with him,
they said that it was
against the rules, okay?
I... I checked every
hospital in the area,
and... and... and you're
the last one on the list.
[sighs] It's like
he disappeared!
I mean, can you please
tell me how that's
Is there anywhere else
that they could've
taken him. Anywhere...
Well, fuck you very much!
Excuse me.
Oh, God!
...and he's with us now.
Get away from her!
Leave him!
Look out!
Look out!
Okay. Okay, okay.
Okay, that's...
that's not possible.
He's one lucky dude,
I'll say.
Luck? That...
that wasn't luck?
Did you see his face?
[sighs] It wasn't...
it wasn't human.
It... it was...
It was something else.
[sighs] Luke, I feel
like I'm going crazy.
No, it... it's okay.
You're... you're worried.
You've had a rough day.
Anybody who's been
through what you've
been through today...
No, I feel like
I'm seeing things.
You're not crazy.
A few years ago,
I worked at a hospital,
and it's not unusual
for people to...
get a little more imaginative,
shall we say, after
a traumatic experience.
[sighs] Were you a doctor there?
Oh, uh, no. I was
just an orderly.
Or a nurse,
as my friends used
to like to joke.
But I... I do know
that I'm right
about this.
Hey do you...
want me to take you
back to your place?
Make sure you get back safely?
What do you say?
No, um, I'm okay.
I'll be fine.
just gonna get home and,
uh, wait until tomorrow.
If I don't know where
he is by tomorrow, I'm
gonna go to the police.
I'll keep looking tonight.
If I find them, I'll call you.
If not, I hope you don't mind
if I go with you to the police.
Yeah, of course.
Either way, they'll be fine.
Go home.
Get some sleep.
Here we are, Nicholas.
Home sweet home.
Who's the new blood, nurse?
That's Nicholas.
He had an accident earlier.
Dr. Kent said he's
on the road to recovery.
Especially with you
looking after him.
Too kind.
Too kind, Mr. Brown.
Oops. [laughs]
Pardon me.
Just need a blood sample.
[Nick] But you guys
already got some.
Doesn't hurt to be sure.
[Harrison] Always
checking blood,
this lot.
Sometimes you'd
swear it was more of
a hobby than a job.
That's enough of that,
Mr. McHendrick.
Don't make us put you
back on sedation.
Shit. Save some for me.
Mr. Van Dyke,
We'll be back later
for your sponge bath,
Mr. Van Dyke.
After all, cleanliness
is next to godliness,
now, isn't it?
Listen to me.
You don't wanna be here.
Quiet, Harrison.
I don't know about you guys,
but I'm kind of looking
forward to that sponge bath.
No, no.
This place ain't right.
Ask Jamie here.
Something's wrong here.
How long you been here?
I don't know.
I can't remember.
What are you being treated for?
You don't know what
you're being treated for?
You were saying something,
Mr. McHendrick?
Nothing, Nurse Holiday.
Good night, then.
Good night, Nurse Holiday.
Good night, Nurse Holiday!
[beep, message machine]
You have one new message.
This is Sarah Norman,
Melissa's mother.
I guess I'm sorry
to bother you at home
and all that,
but Melissa's been saying
some things about you.
She says she needs
to see you and that
she can help you.
I hope you know
what that means,
'&cause I don't.
Anyway, I'm just
passing on the message
so the little darling
will leave me alone
and go to sleep.
Anyway, you know where we are.
This is crazy.
This is crazy.[beep]
[mirror shatters][screams]
Oh, God.
[muffled cries]
Anyone there?
[cries out]
Oh, God.
Oh, God.
It's okay, it's okay.
You just had a bad
dream, that's all.
You don't have to wake up.
Go back to sleep.
Wakey, wakey, rise and shiny!
What happened to
the guy who was in
that bed yesterday?
He was discharged
last night.
All better!
You discharged him in
the middle of the night?
Yes! He was all better.
Better from what?
Time for another
blood sample, Mr. Van Dyke.
But you guys took enough
yesterday to stock
a blood bank.
And today is another day.
Don't argue.
Does no good to argue.
House always wins, doesn't it?
Don't argue,
Mr. Brown.
You know it does
no good to argue.
Your turn,
Mr. Van Dyke.
Save some for me, will ya?
My stats are the same.
Very amusing,
Mr. Van Dyke.
You're quite
the merry prankster.
[alarm beeps]
What the hell is wrong with you?
What... get your hands off of me!
Get your hands...
[clears throat]
Excuse me,
we'd like to report
two missing persons.
Uh, one of them is named
Nicholas Van Dyke.
There was a car accident
I was in it too,
but I... I wasn't hurt.
Great, good for you.
An ambulance came
and took him away.
Excuse me a second.
My sister and I were
in the same accident.
I luckily just walked
away with a few bruises,
But your sister got hurt
and the ambulance came
and took her away.
Yeah, but they were
different ambulances.
Neither this young
lady's boyfriend
nor my sister
were admitted to any
local hospitals, so...
So you figure that they
were kidnapped, abducted.
Something like that.
You know what?
We don't know that, okay?
We were just...
Were just wasting
police time, right?
What's wrong with you people?
I got nothing better
to do here? Huh?
You think I got
some kind of special
overtime compensation
for fielding
these bullshit rogue
ambulance stories?
Is that it?
Excuse me,
two people are missing.
There was a car accident,
an ambulance took them away,
we have no idea where they
We're not accusing
anybody of anything.
We're not making this up.
We're just looking to get
some help, please. Jesus!
That was pretty convincing.
Seriously, that
was the best
I've seen yet.
Wait, lemme guess.
They told you they
were taking '&em to
St. Rosemary's, right?
They didn't tell us where
they were taking them.
They didn't say.
No? That's a twist.
That's a new one.
Usually you people
say they were taking '&em
to St. Rosemary's.
Hey, I got an idea.
Just for shits and giggles,
next time why don't
you throw Bigfoot
in there, too.
Okay, you know what?
I'd like to speak
to your supervising officer
right now.
You know what? I want you
to back away from my desk
right goddamn now
before I have you arrested
for wasting my time.
You understand?
[distant sirens]
Come on,
she's just being
a bitch. Let it go.
Leave him.
He's with us now.
[incredulous sigh]
What... what did you
just say to me?
What did you just
say to me? Look...
Easy, easy, easy! Did you see her face?
Okay. You know what?
I got a nice, cozy little cell
all ready and waiting for you
if that's the way
you wanna play.
It's no skin off my ass.
You'll make some nice,
new friends back there.
You know what, officer,
we're very sorry.
We're just upset.
Thank you.
Thank you very much
for your time.
Thank you.
Yeah. Okay.
You... [sighs]
You didn't see...
her face?
You didn't...
you didn't hear
anything she said?
No. Nothing.
We have to make them
understand and take us
It's not really gonna work.
You just saw what happened.
They think we're
pulling some kinda
practical joke.
Although, honestly,
I'm not quite
sure why.
All right, well, you know what?
What are we
supposed to do...
Just sit around,
wait for Nick
and your sister
to come back, safe and sound?
They'll call, okay?
They will call just as
soon as they can.
They'll us what hospital
they were taken to.
We'll go and visit them.
Everything will be fine.
Amy, we just have to be patient.
I can't do that. I...
Well, we don't
really have a choice
here, do we?
[sighs] I'm sure
this is a mix-up.
Okay? They were admitted
under different names,
files were lost.
It probably happens
all the time.
Hasn't it occurred to you
that maybe they were
too badly hurt to
give their names?
You know, that maybe
they had a relapse
on the way to the hospital
and they're lying in a coma,
or... or even... Stop.
Stop, don't even say it.
You've thought the same thing.
You're just as scared as I am.
Yes. I... I... I mean,
I don't know...
Amy, I choose to believe
that they're fine.
Okay? This is all one
big mix-up. That's all.
She's gonna call,
she's gonna want me to
bring her flowers and
Come here.
Those are her
favorite chocolates.
That's what she's
gonna want me to bring
when I see her.
You're probably right.
I... I'm gonna go... home,
'cause that's the number
Nick would call.
And I'll... I'll call you
later though, okay?
You promise?
Yeah, I just...
I have to stop somewhere,
but I'll... I'll talk
to you tonight, okay?
[James] Won't do
any good, you know.
They'll never come!
You can call 'em as many
times as you like,
but they will never come.
Hey, what are you doing?
No, don't let '&em see
you doing that!
Oh, no. Go back to bed.
Stay here.
I'm gonna call my lady
and let her know
I'm all right.
Then after that,
I'm gonna call my lawyer
and file a malpractice
on these sons of
What are you doing out of bed?
I had to use the bathroom.
You were given a bed pan.
I saw something in there.
It's just
a supply closet,
Mr. Van Dyke.
Nothing of interest
to you in there.
Open that door.
[hinges squeak]
That's impossible.
Now that's enough,
Mr. Van Dyke.
I'll have to insist
that you return to your bed.
You're in no physical
state to be wandering
around by yourself.
You're on powerful
drugs for the pain,
but an occasional
side effect can be
That's all it is.
I suggest you remember that.
There's something
wrong with this place.
There's nothing wrong
with this place,
Mr. Van Dyke.
It's a fine hospital.
The finest.
You don't wanna
pay attention to
these wild stories.
What stories?
You know perfectly
well what stories.
All lies.
Vicious lies and scandal.
[Nick grunts]
I'm going to ask
Dr. Kent to prescribe
you something.
Something to stop
these episodes.
What's she
talking about, James?
What stories?
I'm talking to you!
What stories?
[beep, message machine plays]
You have one new message.
[Nick] Hi Ames, I guess me
being in the hospital has
you pretty freaked out, huh?
To tell you the truth,
I'm a little freaked out
here myself.
Where are you? Uh...
why haven't you visited me?
Look, if you're scared,
I understand, but I
need you badly.
I need you.
Things are...
weird here.
I don't know, it's, uh,
nurses taking blood.
Just... I don't know,
I'm scared, Ames.
Really scared.
Things aren't
right here.
There's patients going
missing, discharged...
Maybe... I don't know,
maybe... maybe not.
Shit. Ames, I gotta go.
Mr. Van Dyke, what are
you doing out of bed?
Put that phone down immediately.
Oh, God.
[distorted voice]
You can't see him!
[distorted voice]
No one can know!
Oh, God.
[telephone rings]Aah!
Who the hell are you?
What do you want?
Is this Amy Roberts?
Yes, who is this?
This is Sarah Norman,
Melissa's mother.
I called you and left
you a message.
I guess you just
didn't feel the need
to call me back.
You figure some
white trash mom
wasn't worth your time.
I'm sorry. It's been
a rough couple of days.
I don't care none about
your sad tale of woe.
You need to get
your skinny white ass
over here right now.
Melissa's been spewing
some weird shit and
it's all your fault.
She won't eat
and she won't sleep.
What is she saying?
She's been saying she
can help you find him.
Now, I don't know
what that means.
I don't know, maybe
I'm giving her too much
sugar or something.
She keeps saying it
over and over again.
Does this mean anything
to you, sweet cheeks?
I'm on my way.
[sighs] So, I'm here.
Don't make it sound
like charity.
This is all your fault.
Please, I really need
Melissa's help.
[indistinct male voice on TV]
This here is Bob.
This is the little brat's
teacher from school.
Yeah, that's nice.
Don't you get up
or nothing, you
rude bastard?
Jesus, Sarah.
[grunts, coughs]
Little runt won't shut her trap.
Been in there yammering all day
about needing to
talk to you about
Now I don't know
what you're teaching
at their school.
Maybe you should
start with manners.
Like respect your
parents and shit.
[Sarah] You ain't
no parent, Bob.
Yeah, not to Marsella.
It's Melissa.
Yeah, but I'll
bet you dollars
to donuts,
I got a little girl
floating around out
there somewhere
in this great nation of ours.
I'll bet you do.
Miss Roberts,
Bob may not be much
on the eyes,
but he does have a way
about him, wouldn't you say?
[distorted voice]
Leave him.
You cannot help him.
We won't let you.
Are you all right, honey?
Maybe I should go
talk to Melissa now,
if that's okay.
Yeah, you do that.
If you need us,
we'll be right
out here. Right,
sugar britches?
Yeah. Stop that,
Bob. You asshole,
we've got company.
Melissa... you awake?
You're here.
Your mom called.
She said you needed
to talk to me.
You want to talk to me.
You know the monsters
are real now, don't you?
Sometimes I think
I see them,
but I'm not sure.
And now you can't find him.
You don't know where he is.
No. No, I don't.
Do you?
Sweetie, where is he?
St. Rosemary's.
St. Rosemary's?
I've heard that name before.
You can find him
if you really want.
You've never told me
why you are so very
afraid of hospitals.
I did something terrible
once a long time ago.
I've never talked about it.
I never told anyone.
Before this is over,
I think you should.
Time for your pills,
Mr. Van Dyke.
What are they for?
To help you sleep, of course.
Very good.
[bell tolling]
What's the matter, my child?
I don't know how to say this.
I feel like I'm going crazy.
Well, you can stay here
as long as you need to.
And I hope you find
the peace you're
looking for.
Thank you.
Hey, Father?
Yes, child.
I know I haven't tried
this in a long time.
I mean, not since my father...
not since I was a little girl.
And I'm just... I'm so
scared and I'm confused
and I... I don't
understand what's
happening to me.
[wind rushes in]
[Amy screams]
[priest] Amy...
distorted vocalizing]
[Amy screaming]
Are you all right, child?
Please, if you'd like,
I can get you
into a rehab program
we run here.
It could prove
very helpful for you.
No. You can't help me.
Only I can.
Thanks for coming.
You okay?
Yeah, I will be.
Um, I just... I need you
to listen for a minute.
Yeah, sure.
Whatever you need.
What do you want?
What are we researching?
St. Rosemary's
May I ask why?
A 10-year-old girl
told me I should.
Okay, makes sense.
Excuse me, can you tell
me where the local
research section is?
On the right.
Great, thanks.
You're welcome, Amy.
[faint crying]
[Amy] Hello?
We're looking for
any information
you might have
about St. Rosemary's
My dear,
why would you
want to read about
that dreadful place?
It's a long story.
What do you know?
Just the usual.
The place was destroyed
years ago.
Well, many years ago,
before you were born.
Blazed to the ground
in a terrible fire
they started.
Who's they?
The doctors...
the nurses...
the orderly's...
The entire staff
started it, some said.
Why did they do it?
Nobody knows for sure.
But it was for
something so terrible,
they all chose to stay
and die in the fire
rather than escape.
Back then, there were
rumors, stories back
from before the fire.
Tales of sacrifices,
devil worship,
patients that would vanish
and never be seen again.
Blood rituals... to
preserve eternal youth.
And the rumors spread,
and then one night,
the whole building
went up in flames.
And nobody got out alive.
People came to see it
and told how they
could see into the fire,
and how nobody
even tried to escape,
that they just sat down
and waited to die.
Waited for the flames
to take them.
A terrible cursed place,
thankfully gone now, forever.
[wind rushes in]
I have to get home.
Please, wait!
My cats don't wait
to get hungry,
so I don't wait to feed them.
[wind rushes in]
What is it?
I've seen these people before.
They've been dead like,
60, 70 years.
You couldn't have.
I've seen them in my dreams.
[faint, distorted voices]
Thanks again for
taking me home, Lucas.
[sighs] I don't know,
I'm still a little bit freaked.
What are you doing?
Where are you going?
I'm gonna head back
to the hotel and check out.
I should probably be
heading back down south.
You can't!
What about your sister?
I don't really have a choice.
[sighs] Okay, you know what?
Just stay here.
I'm gonna take a shower and...
and we'll order food
and sit down and
discuss this, okay?
Whatever you say, boss.
Oh, God.
I'm sorry.
I'm sorry, I... I didn't mean to,
but I heard you screaming.
Sorry. Sorry.
Shh, shh, shh, shh, shh.
So, I think I know
where Nick and
your sister are,
but I don't
think you're
gonna believe me.
St. Rosemary's Hospital.
That can't be.
It burned down, remember?
Yeah, I know.
I don't know how
they're there, I just...
I know that they are and
that they need our help.
You love him very much.
Yeah. I do.
My whole life, I've dreamed
of meeting someone who
loved me that much.
You're so special.
So special.
I knew it the first time we met.
And beautiful.
When I saw you standing there
in your bathroom, naked,
I didn't just wanna comfort you.
I wanted to hold you in my arms.
I wanted to caress your breasts.
I wanted to be
inside of you.
Because you're even
more beautiful on the inside
than you are on the outside.
Lucas, what are you doing?
What I've wanted to do
since the second
I laid eyes on you.
Lucas, I...
Sorry, I can't.
I can't do this.
Yes, you can.
Yes, you can.
Shh, shh, shh.
Just close your eyes and forget.
[sighs] Lucas, I...
I can't. Nick.
Okay, I won't do anything.
I promise.
Just close your eyes.
Lucas, I'm... I'm sorry.
I love Nick.
Okay, you just... you
have to understand that.
Nick is gone.
He's gone.
Where you can't help him.
Lost forever...
and you can't help him.
You're too afraid to help him.
He's gone.
Leave him.
He's lost you.
After what happened to
dear ol' dad?
You know you can't help him.
[distorted screaming]
You were only 12 years old,
but you remember it like it
was yesterday, don't you?
You'll never forget that day.
I know I won't.
The look on your
daddy's face, the pain
in your daddy's eyes...
and that terrible thing you did.
How could you forget?
I promise you, he hasn't either.
You remember the way
he was before.
Just leave me alone!
Or the way he'd pick you up,
swing you around,
let you ride on his shoulders,
take you to the park,
and then his face.
And that smell.
That's the smell of death.
That look of shame in his eyes.
The regret.
You remember what you did, Amy.
To your own father,
you remember what you did.
I had no choice.
Yes, you did.
And you chose
to become one of us.
[cries] No, I didn't.
You're one of us, Amy.
Why can't you just
admit that to yourself?
Leave me alone!
Ow. That hurt.
[tires squealing, horn blowing]
Hello again, lady.
Where do you wanna go?
St. Rosemary's Hospital.
St. Rosemary's.
Thought you'd never ask.
Sure that's where you
wanna go, doll?
[taxi driver] Okay.
Next stop,
St. Rosemary's.
[Nick panting and groaning]
What's happening here?
No. No,
what's happening?
Oh dear, nurse.
Yes, what a pity,
Dr. Kent.
Obviously delusional.
[doctor] Quite.
I really don't
think we have a choice,
Nurse Holiday.
Yes, Doctor,
there really is
only one choice.
We're going to have to operate.
We're here.
Doesn't look like anything.
Just wait.
I can take you
back home if you want.
You can leave him if you want.
If you go in there,
you may not come back out.
I don't care.
I'd rather life inside
there with Nick
than life out here without him.
Hey, wait.
The little girl wanted me
to ask you something.
Melissa Norman?
Yeah, if that's
the name you got
for her, sure.
She wanted me to ask you
why you were so spooked
about hospitals.
When I was 12,
my father went
into the hospital
for a routine operation.
Something went wrong
with the anesthetic
he was hurt.
He suffered brain
damage, he was crippled,
Nothing like the father
I loved so much.
So what happened after?
Something terrible.
[engine starts]
[Nick] Where am I?
What's happening?
Hello? Hello, can you...
can you hear me?
Oh, I can't move.
I can't move.
Help me.
Oh, my God, I'm awake.
I should be under.
I can't move.
Oh, God, I can feel that.
I can feel what they're doing.
[electrical crackling]
[Nick] Oh, no.
I have to get their attention.
They have to know
that I'm awake.
Oh, they have to know.
[doctor] Thank you,
Nurse Holiday.
[Nick] I'm awake!
[door bangs opens]
[gasps, pants] Okay.
Okay, okay.
[nurse] Help us!
Please, let us out!
Please help us!
open this door
and let us out!
I'm looking for
Nicholas Van Dyke.
Open this door and
we'll take you to him.
He's in surgery.
If I let you out,
you'll take me to him, right?
Yes, of course we will!
Amy, you've got blood
on your hands, too.
[nurse] Only you
can't see it yet!
[nurses growling]
Oh, God, no!
[growling louder]
Oh, God, no!
Oh, God! Come on!
Come on!
[Amy gasps]
[Amy] No!
[elevator bell dings]
[Amy's father] Amy?
[Amy's father] Amy?
Daddy, is that you?
[Amy's father]
Amy, it's me.
Hello, Amy.
I've missed you so much.
Oh, God, I've missed you, too.
Don't be afraid.
It's over now.
I've been so afraid.
It's over.
We can go home now.
I can protect you.
It's over.
No, wait. Nick.
I said, you're
coming home with me.
No, I have to help Nick!
[Amy's father]
How could you let this
happen to me?
Look what you did to me?
Look at me.
You like that, Amy?
It was an accident.
An accident, yeah.
You did this.
You did this to me.
Come on over and see daddy.
[groans] Oh God, Ames.
It really hurts.
It really hurts me.
Ames, listen to me.
I want you to do
something for daddy.
Only you can do it.
No, don't.
Ames, baby.
I'm not coming home.
Pain's not gonna go away.
[inhales, groans]
Doesn't even let me sleep.
I'm never gonna play again.
Not like before.
I'm trapped here, Ames.
I'm stuck.
This machine won't let me go.
How can you grow up
and go to college, marry,
with me tethering you
to this hospital?
You'll be crippled, too.
I want you to do
this thing for me.
I... I want you to
set me free, Ames.
You'll die!
I'm already dead.
This living is not alive.
Not for a man like me.
They can't help me.
Nobody can help me.
Only you.
You can do this for me, Amy.
I'm begging you to do it for me.
For us.
Do it, Ames.
Don't do it, don't do it.
Please don't make me do it.
Yes. Do it.
No, don't do it.
Don't do it.
Yes, Ames, yes.
Daddy! Daddy!
Daddy! No!
Daddy, daddy!
Oh, God.
[sobbing] Daddy.
[Luke] Amy!
Come back!
You belong here.
[crying, panting]
Oh, God, no. No!
[Luke] You belong with us.
No. I don't belong here.
Yes, you do.
His blood is on your hands.
You know that.
You're one of us.
You murdered your own father.
[Luke] Amy...
Fuck you!
Fuck me?
I'd love to.
The things I could do to you,
the places I could take you,
the places we could go together.
So, what do you say
we get out of these rather
unfashionable clothes...
Fuck... Come on!
You can do better than that!
Profanity is not very profane
when it's used habitually.
I have a feeling
the more time
we spend together,
the more you're
gonna get to like me.
Don't you know where you are?
This is where you belong.
Tonight, the fire
is going to consume you
just as it consumed them.
And then finally,
you will be one of us...
Don't worry about Nick.
The nurses will take
good care of him,
I promise.
All right, let's get
started, shall we?
We still have time
to get in 9 holes.
I'm awake, please!
I'm awake, don't!
[doctor] About to make
the first incision.
[Nick] No!
[Sound of metal
hitting the floor]
[Nick] Thank God.
Oh, my dear,
we know you're awake.
[Nick] No, no, no!
Stop this!
[bell ringing]
Well, that's it, then.
Looks like we won't
have time to play
golf after all.
[flames roaring]
You're not gonna run?
It is best if we stay here.
This is where we belong.
Oh, God.
Okay. Okay, okay.
Oh, baby, come on.
Okay, okay.
Oh! Oh!
We can make it!
Just go! Just leave me.
Ames, go!
Like hell!
Come on, Nick!
Come on!
Don't run, Amy.
You don't understand.
Tonight the fire
will consume you,
and you will be
one of us forever.
This is where you belong.
No, I don't!
[Luke screaming]
Are you sure?
Yeah, I'm sure.
It was just...
It was a test.
It was all a test, wasn't it?
Wh... what was a...
what was a test?
I love you, Nick.
I love you so much.
Always remember that, okay?
I love you, too.
Just... just hang in there.
Just... just... it's gonna be okay.
You're gonna be okay.
But it's okay.
I'm not afraid.
Ames, stay... stay with me.
Stay with me.
I can't.
It's time for me to go.
I passed the test.
What? What are you
talking about, "test"?
I love you.
Stay... stay with me.
I can't.
Could we get
an ambulance over here?
Who is she?
I don't know.
I thought her name
was Melissa,
but I was wrong.
I think she watches over me.
I love you.
I would have married you.
Don't be afraid.
I'm not afraid.
Not anymore.
[crying] No.
No. Oh...