The Girl Who Cried Her Eyes Out (2024) Movie Script

- Dead ahead.
Dead ahead.
- Right, dude, come on,
get those empties up.
Let's go, let's go!
- He's going for it.
- You excited?
- He's going for it.
It's all up to you.
Can he prove, he's more
than a fucking stoner.
- Doubt it.
Target in sight.
- No, stop it,
assholes, stop it.
The earth is poisoned
enough without your garbage.
- Calm down, witchy poo.
They're just the empties.
- No, no, the earth is alive.
It can feel pain.
- You're gonna feel pain
in about two seconds.
- Oh my God, do not
do it, don't, Kim.
- Coexist, bitch.
- I, okay.
- Don't!
- Hey, hey!
- Here we go,
here we go, here we go.
- Let's not.
Let's not but say we did, okay?
- Fucking
serious, right now?
- They're recyclable.
- Dude, there's like
fucking cleaning crews
to pick this shit up.
We're giving them work.
- It's good for the economy.
- Jesus Christ, fucking
buzz kills around here.
- Thank you.
- Idiots.
- Heads up!
- Guys, seriously,
it's dripping!
You okay?
- Lovely start to a chill night.
What, am I missing something?
- What, Lindsay and Landon
are meeting us there.
- Landon, who's Landon?
- Lindsay's newest rando?
- Yeah.
- How rando, like work
release rando or something?
- Or something.
- Or something.
- Hey, Maddie, pick.
- I don't wanna play.
- It's not a game.
This is a ritual
that's been practiced
by the women in my
family for centuries.
You know, in our coven.
- Selene, your mother
is an accountant, no?
- My grandmother,
taught me to read Tarot.
- It is, okay, girl.
I'll buy you a broom
and a pointy hat.
Maybe that'll make you a witch.
- I'm a witch, damn it.
- She's a witch!
- She's a witch,
she's a witch, she's a witch!
She's a witch, she's a
witch, she's a witch!
- Oh.
- I'm sorry.
Okay, let's play, I'll play.
Or I won't play.
It's not a game.
What is it?
You'll read me,
read me, read me.
- I'll read you.
- Okay, tell my
fortune, read my palm.
- Well, you
have to pick your card.
- Okay.
- Let's do it!
- Don't drop them.
- Hold on to 'em.
- Hey, bitch, get the beer.
- Hey how about this, huh?
- I got it.
- Let's go.
- Got you more wood.
- You say you got wood
for my girl, Greg?
Is that what you just said?
- No.
- Yo, Greg,
I found your wood right
here, bro.
- Thanks, Greg.
It's so nice to actually
have somebody here
that I can count on.
Maddie, can you give me a hand?
- Well.
- He isn't that bad when
it's just the two of us.
He's different with an audience.
- Really?
- Yeah, he's really fun.
And he's got a huge dick.
- Nothing wrong with that.
Better than another dry spell.
- It was not a dry, it
was barely even a month.
- You're practically
a born again virgin.
- Okay, stop, okay?
- Selene was about to sacrifice
you over the camp fire.
- Oh.
Oh, that's really gonna hurt.
- Let's see if I can fix that.
Pick a pill.
- No.
- JK, you don't have a choice.
Oh, yes.
Come on, just swallow it
down, you'll be all right.
We already have one
stiff in the group.
- I thought there were
only gonna be a few of us.
- Yeah, so I opened
up the invite.
I mean, the more
the merrier, right?
- I'm just, I'm not
feeling right about this.
About him.
- Look at me.
Maddie, We are illegally
camping in a state park
with beer and weed.
You just gotta enjoy it, girl.
- I am, I just, I don't know.
I just feel like
I'm wasting my life.
- Well, you're 20 years old.
You can grow up later.
That's my plan.
- Isn't life's supposed
to be about more
than just hanging around all
day and getting fucked up?
- No, it's also about
getting laid.
- I just want a little
more, that's all.
I really wanna go
back to school.
- God, you know you will.
You will, okay,
but do you really
have to think about
that right now?
- No.
- All right, so just
have fun and worry
about it tomorrow, okay?
- There's just junk in here.
- Yes, that is for the munchies.
- What the hell
are we gonna eat?
- We're catching dinner tonight.
- That's absolutely disgusting.
I'm not eating raccoon.
Did I remember to
bring the cheetos?
- Guys, I was just, it's a joke.
We actually, we
actually have meat.
- Shh, easy, killer.
You can't be waving
your meat at me.
You know Cort will
get the wrong idea.
- What's going on over there?
- God, I'll be right back, guys.
- I don't like him either.
- I guess he's just her type.
- She likes you.
- Yeah, as a friend, I know.
- Forget Cort, you're
part of the squad.
- It's just,
we've known each other
since sixth grade, right?
I mean, don't you think
that's enough time for her
to get to notice me as
anything other than her fucking
donkey carrying her
shit around, I mean?
- Don't worry, you'll find
someone who appreciates you.
- Forever in the friend zone.
- I'm your friend too, you know.
- Yeah, but that's different.
She's hot.
I'm kidding.
- What's up, bitches?
- Jess!
- Hey!
- Hey, what up, cous?
- We made it.
- Fuckin' late.
- Well, you know, we
got a little distracted
and one thing leads
to another and.
- Cort, our boy
is becoming a man.
- Shit getting serious
between you two?
Thinking about our
family's gene pool here.
- Dude, he acts
like we're married.
Do I look like a fuckin' wifey?
- What's up?
- Anyone else crashing
or quiet gathering?
- What are you talking about?
I told you they
were coming, right?
- No, you didn't,
just like the others.
- I'm gonna go see if the
single one needs a drink.
- I mean, did they
even bring anything?
- You know, Maddie, this
is getting old so fast.
This isn't a girls' night,
you know that, right?
This is a party with friends,
and we're supposed to
be having fun, right?
- Right.
- Right.
So don't always make
it about you, Jesus.
- Reload, Gregeth.
Beautiful, beautiful.
- What do you see?
- Oh, Ursa minor?
- Besides that.
- What, besides the stars?
- Yeah.
You know, our
ancestors, the nomads,
they roamed the desert and...
- I'm of French
Canadian descent.
- We all share
common DNA, Maddie.
The nomads, they used the stars
for so much more than
just direction and time.
And the stars tell
us about who we are
and where we come
from spiritually.
- Right.
- Give me your hand.
I'll tell you your
- What are you seeing?
- I see...
I see a clear path.
It, it looks like
all the obstacles
in your life are
going to be removed.
- I'm good, thanks.
Still need to navigate the
present, but maybe later, okay?
Dinner ready?
- Huh, it's
ready as it'll be.
- It must be.
- When was this?
- Two weeks ago.
- It's not a big thing.
- Dude, like I'm telling you,
Goose smells so
fucking bad, dude.
I went into his
room the other day.
I was like, "Bro,
it's fucking rancid.
"Like, what are you
making a pizza in here?"
Like, it was crazy,
but I don't know.
- Yeah.
- What's that guy doing?
- Stop, please.
- Hey, babe.
- Okay.
- All right, I don't know
about you fuck nuggets,
but I'm bored.
What do you say we
kick this up a notch?
- How, how did you pay for that?
- Don't worry about it.
- Oh shit, line that up!
- Oh, I will, brother.
First of many.
You're cool, right?
- I'm good, thanks.
- I fuckin' knew it.
- Don't, leave her alone.
- Are you kidding me, man?
Dude, what the fuck
is she doing here?
- Stop, I said leave her alone.
- No, I'm serious,
man, this is bullshit.
She's been a complete
fucking drag since we left.
We're here trying to have
a good time and she's
too fucking high horse...
- Hey, hey, hey.
Hey, hey, it's okay.
She can do her own thing.
It's more for us, right?
- Fine, but she better
fuckin' lighten up.
- I need to lighten up?
- Do you guys know why they
close the park at night?
- Keep the bad elements. out
- Me? A bad element,
no, look at this face.
- It's a historical site, right?
- It's more than that.
- Right, like protecting
trees and shit.
- Shut up, I wanna hear this.
- What'd you say to me?
- No, it's okay, we
were just joking.
It's fine.
- Please, Selene, continue.
- It was like way before
this century, okay?
There were settlers
and shit here.
And they say that the
Woodman family lived up here.
They wanted to live far
enough away from the town
that no one would bother them
because people thought
they were weird.
'Cause they didn't have like
10 kids like everyone else.
But some say that
the wife was cursed
to be barren because she was...
- A witch!
A witch!
Ah, a witch!
Shut up, Greg.
Let her finish.
- They thought the wife was
cursed because she was a witch.
But her husband loved her,
and so they lived
together in isolation.
- Why didn't they
just fuckin' move?
- Shh, shh, shh, shh, shh.
- When the town faced hardships,
their own crops flourished.
And when disease struck,
they were spared.
One day, out of the
blue, she was with child.
The town was beside themselves.
The midwife wouldn't
deliver the baby.
The town elders didn't
know what to do.
The minister wouldn't
even baptize her.
So they, they just
continued to live together
in isolation and
solitude and peace.
Until one day, their daughter,
who they named
Caroline, was seven.
And she wandered away
from the homestead.
The children of the town would
sneak up to get a glimpse
of the witch family almost
as a rite of passage.
But on this day, Caroline
saw them and having never
had friends before just
simply wanted to play.
But the town children didn't
want to be her friend.
They thought she was
strange, a curiosity.
And they treated her like one.
And Caroline, having
never had companionship,
couldn't tell the difference
between their cruelty
and friendship.
So she did everything with them.
The kids would take
turns coming up
with things to tell her to do.
And every time she did them,
just to appease her friends.
She was a sweet kid.
She had no idea
how wrong it was.
And so she didn't tell
her equally kind parents
about any of this cruelty
she was going through.
And then one day, when it was
really normal for the kids
to come around, they devised
their worst act of cruelty yet.
Caroline was never allowed
out of sight of the homestead.
Her parents insisted on it.
In fact, she knew that
if she wandered too far,
her father would hit
her with a switch.
So one day the kids dared
her to walk into the woods
and keep walking
further and further
until she couldn't hear
the sound of their singing.
Little did Caroline
know that as she walked
further and further
into the woods,
the children were walking
behind her, singing.
Pushing her deeper and deeper
into the forest with their song.
When they finally stopped,
when she couldn't
hear them anymore,
they had already
run back into town,
leaving her alone in the
middle of the forest.
By then, it was getting dark.
She couldn't hear her parents
calling for her in the distance
so she just kept walking.
Trying to find her
way home and.
Months later, the
children of the town
wandered back to the now
abandoned Woodman homestead.
And they could hear the
sound of someone crying.
They followed the noise,
walking into the woods
deeper and deeper in
until they saw a trickle
of fresh blood in the snow.
So they followed that
trail further and further
into the woods
until they saw her.
Sitting in a clearing,
her back turned to them.
Crying, shivering, barely
clothed in the dead of winter.
One of the older
boys grabbed a stick
and crept up behind her.
But right before he could touch
her, her head shot around.
When he saw the bloody streams
down her little cheeks,
flowing from the dark pits
where her empty eye sockets sat.
- Holy shit!
- The pain was too
great for this child.
The tears never stopped.
The tears turned to blood,
and her eyes were cried out.
The boy dropped dead from fear.
The town scoured the woods
for this poor demon child,
but they never found her.
And yet they swore they could
hear the sound of her crying,
the cries that never stopped.
Hundreds of years later to this
day she haunts these woods.
Her ghost wanders.
And in the stillness of the
night, you can hear her crying.
- Ha!
- Asshole!
- Yeah, I know, I'm
hearing that a lot.
- There's nothing
scary about that.
- Are you kidding?
- It's like that, that
really old fucking movie
we saw, Goose.
"Blair Witch," right?
It's like "Blair Witch."
- This shit is real.
- Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, right?
- It's really sad.
She was a child.
This really sweet
and trusting child
who just wanted to play.
She just wanted friends.
And their first instinct,
those little shits,
was to torment her.
Who would do that?
- Shut up, dork.
- Look, I've had enough
of your bullshit.
- I've had enough
of your bullshit.
- Stop.
- I've had enough
of your bullshit.
- No, this is supposed
to be fun, right?
How is this supposed to be fun?
- What do you want, Maddie?
Fucking s'mores and sing-alongs?
- Who's up for
never have I ever?
Okay, I'll go first.
- No, truth or dare.
- Oh shit!
I've got so many good
things for dares.
- Maddie, you don't
have to do this.
- It's fine.
- He once dared Greg to
eat a turd, his turd.
And it was horrible.
Look, you don't
wanna get into this.
- Let's play, truth or dare.
- You'll regret it.
- Bring it, bitch.
- Ooh!
- Chug,
chug, chug, chug, chug!
Chug, chug, chug, chug!
- Oh!
- Yeah!
- You fucker!
- I knew you would!
- He's not gonna do it.
- Oh my God, I can't
believe you just did that.
- I fuckin' knew he would do it.
You can
get plague and shit from that.
- Selene, truth or dare?
- Truth.
- Is it true that you
made out with your cousin?
- Which one?
- Oh!
- No.
No, I mean, what?
- The one that
gave you his extra
Marilyn Manson tickets?
- No.
- That's a yes.
Got her.
- Truth.
- Dude, what
is the sickest thing
that a girl has done to you?
- Probably when Jess licked my...
- Shut up!
- What?
I liked it.
- Okay.
- Truth.
- What's the freakiest
thing you've done to a guy?
- What, sexually?
- Yeah.
- Nothing.
- Dare.
- I dare you to show us your
gang signs.
- Maddie, you're awful quiet.
I think we've
neglected you tonight.
So what'll it be?
Truth or dare?
- Dare.
- You really took
the story about
that Wood girl...
- Woodman.
- Yeah, whatever,
You really took that story about
that Woodman girl to heart.
I mean, who knows what
that poor little girl
must have seen or
felt when she was lost
all by herself in the woods.
- So you think
you can handle it?
- What?
- What's, rah!
Out there?
- I mean, sure.
It's just darkness and
a few small animals.
- There aren't any
wolves here, right?
- So go see for yourself.
What was she afraid of, Maddie?
Just you and the dark.
I dare you.
- I accept.
- Now, ah, ah, ah, ah,
no coat, no gloves.
Just like Caroline did it.
- No, no, that goes
way beyond the dare.
You don't have to do that.
- Sure, no problem, right?
- I mean, she should at
least take her ID, right?
Like, just in case.
- It doesn't really matter
if her face is all torn up.
What, it's true.
They can't identify
her body if...
- Don't scare her.
- What is an
id gonna do, what?
- How long?
- That part's up to you.
The longer you're in
there, the braver you are.
Come on, Maddie.
You can do it, right?
You're fuckin' fierce.
Maddie is the bravest
fuckin' person I know.
- The dark can't hurt you.
- Hello?
- Guys, that's not cool!
Goose, you mother fucker.
- Hello?
Hello, hello?
- Hello?
- Hello?
- Boo!
What the Fuck!
Maddie, wait up.
- Hey, you made it.
- What the fuck did you do, man?
- Oh my God, are you okay?
- Am I okay, where were you?
You left me!
- No, breathe, breathe.
- I came out here
barely a minute ago.
And then you were gone!
- Calm down, we
haven't moved, see?
No, we're still here. No ones
- No, bullshit, bullshit!
You cleared out of here just
to fuck with me, right, right?
Cort, that's what this
is all about, huh?
- What?
- Look at me!
At least an hour in
the woods, maybe two.
- No, Maddie.
- So, so do I win
the dare, Cort, do I?
- Uhhh No.
- What, you didn't even
think I'd last 10 minutes!
- Maddie, Maddie, look at me.
- I won the dare!
- Look at me, look at me.
It's only been like 10
minutes since you left.
- Wait.
Hey, aren't you coming in?
- Not tonight.
I got to get home to the girls.
- Okay, well, I
can stay at yours.
- No, I just, I think
that I should keep an eye
on Maddie tonight.
- I'll call you.
- Just chill out, okay?
- Hey, fuck knuckle!
Say goodnight already,
we gotta get moving!
- Where you going!
- To fuck my girlfriend?
- Some of us
have already started.
- Wait, wait, he's
staying at yours?
- I gotta go.
I'll call you tomorrow, okay?
- Okay.
I'll call you.
- Yeah, okay.
Who's there?
Cut the shit, Goose.
Hey, Cort, get the gun!
I'm gonna see what's
up in my room.
Oh God!
- Hey.
- Yeah?
- Time to get to bed.
- Huh?
Are you serious?
Have you even seen her
for the past two hours?
- Yeah, she was
fucking catatonic.
It was heaven.
- You know, Cort, for once
could you not be an asshole
and actually give a fuck about
somebody else's wellbeing?
- Boo fuckin' who, she
don't want to talk about it.
- She doesn't have to!
Go take a shower.
- Would you like
some tea, sweetie?
- Honey, you should
really clean up, okay?
You want a towel for your face?
Okay, just wake us up if
you need anything, okay?
- Ah, shit, fuck.
- Maddie
will hear us, stop.
- So what?
- Shut up.
- Oh Maddie,
oh Maddie, yeah!
Oh, you like that Maddie?
Oh, oh, oh, oh, Maddie, yeah!
- Fucker!
Fuck you, Cort, fuck you!
Get out here, you fucker!
- You want me, bitch?
I'm right fuckin here!
- Cort, don't!
- No, no, no, she's
got something to
say, let her say it.
- Yeah, say it to my
face, you asshole.
- What?
What the fuck are you talking
about, you crazy little bitch?
- What the hell is your
problem with me, huh?
You've been on my ass all night!
- I don't have a
fucking problem, dude.
I'm in here trying to sleep.
You know what, and this is
exactly why Jason broke up
with you and now we're stuck
with your fuckin' bullshit!
- Fuck!
- That's way out of line!
- Fuck you too.
- Enough.
- Keep wasting your
life with this loser!
- Enough, Maddie!
Enough, go to bed, we'll
talk in the morning.
- Answer me!
- Go!
- You know, you really
are an asshole sometimes.
- What the fuck did I do?
- So that was fun last night.
- Well, good morning!
You want something to eat?
Maybe Cort will make
you some scrambled eggs?
- What will
it be, Maddie?
- Seriously?
- Yeah, how do
you want your eggs?
- Whatever.
- See, dude, I'm the
one fucking trying here.
- Bullshit, Cort!
Two eggs over easy
doesn't erase everything
that happened last night!
- Yeah, whatever. bitch.
- Hey, hey, stop,
stop, the both of you!
Jesus fucking Christ, grow up.
Okay, you know what, can
you guys just do me a favor?
Just fucking try.
Just leave last night's
shit in the past, okay?
It's a new day, a
new fucking day.
Can we just have a fresh start
and leave the negative
bullshit behind us?
Maddie, Cort's a fucking dick.
It's not a secret, stop!
Can you just try to
accept the effort?
- Why?
- Just try, please.
- No thanks, just have
a glass of orange juice.
- Thank you.
You know what I was
actually thinking?
What if we had a
girls' night tonight?
- What, to decompress from a
relaxing night in the woods?
- Oh my God, yeah, exactly.
Can you shut the fuck up?
Come on, what do you say?
- Will Cort be there.
Jesus, it's not
what I meant, okay?
- Girl, we'll kick
this asshole out.
Look, Jess will be down.
We'll get Selene and Nikki.
Pry Mikayla's hot
ass off of Goose.
And you know, Lindsay
will bring the good shit.
God forbid we could
separate her from Landon.
- Hey, don't forget to
invite Greg.
- Just ease up on him, will you?
- Whoa, whoa, whoa,
easy, big sis.
Greg's a big boy, he
can handle himself.
Besides, you don't gotta
worry about us crashing.
Greg and I are working tonight,
like the responsible members
of society that we are.
- Are you actually capable
of sitting in silence?
Come on, girls' night,
what do you say?
- Real drinks?
- Oh, honey, sangria
and margaritas.
- Sure.
- Great, and no boys.
Why are you like this?
- Come on, come on, come on.
- It's Max.
You're obviously not
important enough to pick up.
Thank God for caller ID.
- Hey, it's me.
We are so late
again, where are you?
Will you hurry up?
This is why I gotta start
saying no to people.
Max, get out of bed, we're late!
Wake up!
Come on, Max.
- Hey, what's up?
- Hey, is Max at your place?
- No, why would he be?
- Because he's not at his place.
No, nevermind, I'm going
to be late for my shift.
- Hey!
I'm down here.
- Max?
Damn it.
Hey, Max, could you please
get up here already?
We have to go!
Okay, I'm not getting
fired because of you.
Are you okay down there?
Oh God.
- Help.
- Hey, are you okay?
- Help.
- How did you get down here?
- Help, please.
- I was thinking we could...
- I have to feed the chickens.
- You just
fed them 10 minutes ago.
- But it's Nadine.
She hasn't been
eating much lately.
- Chickens
don't have names.
- Nadine does.
- Hi.
- Hey.
- You got any plans today?
- The usual.
- Oh, that's not much, is it?
You've really got nothing
productive to do today?
- Why are you all up
in my shit right now?
- So you're just gonna hang out
here till your shift starts?
- For a while, yeah.
- Okay, well, do you wanna
help me shop for groceries
and stop at the liquor store
for the pregame tonight?
- No.
- Excuse me?
- You asked me if I want
to help you go shopping.
I don't want to
help you go shopping
or go to the liquor store.
- You know, baby, you
got a real set of balls
coming into my apartment...
- What you should have
asked me is, Cort,
can you help me go shopping
and go to the liquor store?
Because when you ask me if
I want to do those things,
I'd be lying if I said yes.
But asking me if I can help you,
then I'd be more
inclined to say yes.
- So can you help me
shop for groceries
and stop at the liquor store?
- Nah.
- Why, why?
- Because
you are sick!
Sick, sick!
- Where are my keys?
- Oh, come on!
- Cort.
Cort, look at me.
I don't have time
for this, okay?
I know it must be nice
to have nothing going on
in your life, but I actually
need to get out the door.
- Don't blame me if you
can't find your fuckin' keys.
- Give me a ride.
- Can't.
- Yes, you can.
You don't even have to
be at work until five.
- Got errands, gotta be
productive, you know?
- Are you fucking
serious right now?
Drive me.
And by the way, I'm
getting so fucking tired
of you mooching off
of all of my crap.
- I got an
appointment, all right?
- Oh yeah, where, where,
where's your appointment?
- The less you know
the better, babe.
- So your shitbag dealer, huh?
- You can't keep a
guy like that waiting.
- Just get the fuck out.
- On it.
See, I know how to
follow directions.
- Fuck.
Oh, geez.
- What, are you okay?
- Yeah, I'm fine.
- Are you hiding something?
- What, no, I
can't find my keys.
- They're right there.
- Where?
- Under your ass.
- I gotta go, thanks.
- You're just dehydrated.
- Do you want me to make
you some mac and cheese
before work?
- No, I'm, I'm good.
Fuck, fuck.
- Are you sure?
- Yes, I'm sure.
Can you get out
please, I'm working?
- Okay, but eat
something before you go.
- Okay, okay.
Oh my God.
- Candygram.
- Candyman.
You brought the stuff, right?
- Oh yeah.
- Great.
- Hello?
- Hey.
- Hey.
- Just out of curiosity,
have you been in touch
with Max at all today?
- Sorry, who's this?
- It's Greg.
- Oh, hey.
- Oh, hey, new phone?
- No, why?
- Nothing.
Listen, did, did Nikki stay
at your place last night?
- I thought this was about Max?
- Yeah, right.
I'm at, I'm at
both of their work
and neither of 'em are...
- Wait, why are you
at Nikki's work?
- Yeah, and Max's.
Neither of 'em
showed up, I guess.
I was just checking in.
- Why would you need to
be checking in on Nikki?
- I just stopped by the
coffee shop to say hi.
- Oh, so you're
stalking her now?
- Look, is she at your place?
- No, she left last night.
- Aren't you worried about Max?
- Why would I be?
- Nevermind.
- Hey, Greg.
- Yeah?
- How'd you get this number?
- Sorry.
- So I told her no, like
you do your own shopping.
I don't got time for your
bullshit, I got a life.
You know, like, you
wanted girls' night,
you go to the
fuckin' liquor store.
Fucking swear to God, man.
Sometimes I feel like
Kim doesn't deserve me.
- You think?
- I mean, you're lucky you don't
have to put up with
this shit, man.
I mean, sometimes I
seriously envy you.
You know, like the simplicity
of your life, right?
All you need is some porn
and a few fuckin' Capris Suns
and you're fine.
- Hey, you, nards gonna
put your backs into this?
We still got a whole day's
worth of trash out here?
- What the fuck is a nard, dude?
- Language.
- Whatever, man.
- You know, nards.
Wolf Man's got nards!
- I don't know what the fuck
this guy's talking about, dude.
- It's only the most famous line
in the greatest movie ever made.
"Monster Squad," 1987?
The universal monsters
come to the present,
well, present for back then.
And the monster squad
has to stop them.
But they need a virgin,
and they're just kids.
- 1987.
Dude, my mom was like 10.
Why the fuck would
I know what that is?
- You don't watch
movies from the '80s?
- No, man, why would I?
- Universal Monsters?
Is that, what is that,
like some kind of legion
of doom or something?
- Seriously, you don't know
who the universal monsters are?
Dracula, the Wolf
Man, Frankenstein,
the Creature from
the Black Lagoon.
- Dracula is not a monster, man.
- What?
- Dracula's a vampire,
vampires are not monsters.
- A vampire is a monster.
- Says who?
- Universal Pictures,
you know what, fuck it!
- Whoa, whoa, language, man.
What the fuck?
- Just get those bags
into that dumpster.
And when you're
done, mop the floor.
And you get to clean the toilet.
- Dude, the dumpster's full.
- Then dance in that dumpster
until those bags are compressed.
- Jesus Christ, can
you imagine turning
into that in a few years?
Fuck, thank God we
have a future, dude.
I mean, seriously.
Like, when did life turn
that guy into a bitch?
I only got room in my life
for one right now.
- Then why you fuckin' Lindsay?
- What?
What the fuck did
you just say to me?
- Whoa, dude, that's not
what I meant.
- What the fuck did
you just say to me?
- Dude, I just don't want
Landon to fuckin' kill.
- Fuck that prick!
He's not gonna do shit
'cause you didn't see shit.
- Okay.
- What did you fuckin' see?
- I didn't see shit,
I didn't see shit.
- Yeah, you didn't
see shit, did you?
- Hey, I thought I told you
jackwads to get back to work?
- Greg says he's gonna
do the dumpsters,
so I'll help you inside.
- Dude?
- Goose?
We're fuckin' working here.
- Seen Max?
- Max, no.
Why, did he forget
to flush again?
- Do you know
why he's not here?
- The fuck do I know, dude?
He's probably
fuckin' working late.
- He didn't show up to work.
- How do you know?
- I went there, Nikki
wasn't there either.
- Nikki, I thought you
went looking for Max?
- Nevermind.
- Greg says he wasn't at
work, neither was Nikki.
- Nikki?
- I don't know, nevermind.
- Who?
- Hey, we'll meet you
at Duffy's when we're done here.
- Duffy?
The girls are there.
- Yeah, and?
It's a public place.
- Cool, cool, cool.
- Crashing girls night?
- Yeah.
- Go, go, go, go, go,
go, go, go, go, go!
- This is exactly what I needed.
- Girl, course it fuckin' is.
That's why I'm your
best friend, right?
- Ooh.
- Girl, you're so wasted.
Thank you.
- Isn't he just the sweetest?
- Maddie?
- What the fuck?
- You good?
What is?
- What the hell happened?
- In the bathroom.
In the bathroom,
I thought I saw.
- Who, who was in
the bathroom with you?
Cort, go see who the
creep was in the bathroom.
- It was her.
- Her?
- Caroline!
She was there with
me, I saw her.
- Shit, come on, Lindsey,
let's get out of here.
- Hey, hey, hey, just take a
deep breath, sweetie, okay?
Are you, are you sure
that's what you saw?
Because spirits, spirits don't
just come without a reason.
Is she trying to send a message
or have a chat from the beyond?
- Shut up, Selene!
- I don't know, maybe.
- No.
- I'm really drunk, okay,
I just got freaked out.
The lights went out.
It was nothing, it was
just me being crazy.
- No, no, let's just go
home and chill, okay?
Come on, we'll watch trash
TV and eat ice cream.
- Yeah.
- Come on.
- All right.
- Nikki?
Nikki, is that you?
Hey, are you drunk?
Jess went home
with everybody else
and Lindsey and
Landon are inside.
Is Max with you?
Are you, are you okay?
- Mikayla?
We're leaving!
Okay, come meet us out in front.
- I was thinking we could.
- I have to feed the chickens.
- Seriously?
- You just fed them
10 minutes ago.
- She knows I hate when
she doesn't answer.
- She doesn't
eat much lately.
- What is this shit?
- It's the Horror Geek
reviewing "Sick Sick Sick."
- You are sick, sick, sick!
- Its Max's friend
who shot this,
we were supposed to
watch it together.
But you know what, fuck him.
No sign of that
asshole, and of course
it's when he owes me 20 and
I know he just got paid.
The really weird thing
is when I got home,
what's her name's car
was parked out front
and the keys were still in it.
- So?
- So Max got dropped
off last night.
He's missing, her car is here.
She's not.
They both didn't
show up to work.
- Yeah, you're right.
Check the motels, dude.
They're probably
banging somewhere.
- You know, besides the obvious,
Max doesn't have it in him.
Plus Jess would cut
his balls off, dude.
- She already has.
- No.
- Bitch!
She does not get to ghost me.
You know why?
- Why?
'Cause you're the Goose!
- You're goddamn right.
27 texts, and she
can't respond to one?
I will verbally
destroy her for this.
- No, you won't.
- Mikayla, it's
me, quit playing!
- Hi, Goose.
- What do you got
going on in here?
You girls doing a little
seance, contacting some spirits?
- No, that's not
actually how that works.
I'm actually here just to
ward off some bad juju.
I normally do it every
alternate Thursday,
but with everything
going on lately,
you know, couldn't wait.
Do you wanna cleanse?
- No, thanks.
I'm just here to find Mikayla.
- Sorry, I mean, she's not here.
Her and Lindsey and the Goon
were still at the
bar when we left.
- She's still out?
- Maybe, Lindsey and Landon
were here when I showed up.
- Fuck sake, where is she?
- Goose, I just spent an hour
settling the energy
of this building.
- I need your help, Selene.
Max has been missing
since we dropped him
off the other night.
And what's her bucket's
car is abandoned
in our place with
the keys still in it.
- Oh my God.
- They never showed up for work.
And now my girlfriend
is missing.
They just left her
at a townie bar.
She decided to stay,
and you know what?
This is not my problem.
Fuck you ungrateful assholes.
I got a life.
- Oh my God, Goose.
Listen to me, listen,
listen, listen to me.
I knew it.
Maddie called it at the bar.
- Mikayla's cheating on me.
- What?
No, who cares about that?
- I do!
- It's Caroline.
- Jesus, Selene.
- No, come on, it's happening.
The spirits are gathering.
It all happened
because of that night.
I just don't know how
You don't understand.
- No one understands what
you're talking about.
- I need more sage,
maybe more rosemary.
Oh my God, it's
finally happening.
- Do you know where Mikayla is?
- Does Mikayla
have more rosemary?
- Right, right.
- Goose.
Oh my God.
- What the fuck are
you doing in here?
- Hi, big trouble, big trouble.
She's coming to kill Maddie,
and I have to warn her.
So do you know when
exactly she'll be back?
- How did you get in here?
- The door was unlocked.
- No, it wasn't.
- Look, it's not
important, okay?
You need me here.
- I need you to get out
whatever way you came in.
- No, no, no, no, she's coming.
We have to block every
entrance, like that door.
And I have to set
up for a seance.
So if you could grab
the door because I...
- I'm going to die.
- Yes, what?
You know that she's coming
to kill all of us too, yeah?
- Wait, who's coming to kill us?
- Well, she's coming to
kill Maddie specifically.
But don't worry, I'll
protecting you too.
I've got ammo, fresh
cut sage works best.
But store bought
will do just fine.
- Wait, Selene, who
is coming to kill us?
- Caroline Woodman?
No, no, ever since
that night in the woods
she's been stalking
us, and now one by one,
she's going to get her revenge.
First it was Max and Nikki.
Now it's probably gonna be you.
- Wait, wait, what do
you mean Max and Nikki?
- They didn't, they didn't
show up to work yesterday.
- Yeah, Greg told me.
- Greg told you?
- Yeah, it's not a big deal.
- No, no, Goose told me
that Max is still missing.
And Nikki's car is
in front of the house
and the key is still
in the ignition.
Isn't it obvious?
- What, that they're fucking?
- No, they're fucking dead!
They're, they're dead.
And Maddie saw Caroline
at the bar last night,
and she did not make that up.
She wouldn't have
been that freaked out
unless she had
actually seen her.
And now, now we are
all going to die
because Caroline is coming
unless we protect ourselves.
- All right, you need
to calm the fuck down.
Sit here.
Take this, and just stay
on your side of the couch.
Look, there's a simple
explanation for all of this.
Whenever Max is pissed at me
he goes running off to Nikki.
They're probably at
her place right now
eating Ben and Jerry's,
talking about how mean I am.
Look, if you're that
worried about Nikki,
we can give her a call.
You know how freaked out
Maddie's been about all this.
You can't feed into it,
you wanna protect her?
Shutting the fuck
up about ghosts
stalking her is how you do that.
No vengeful spirit
has followed us
or is ticking us off one by one.
You have to understand
how crazy that sounds.
- No, you can't come.
Listen to me, Jess.
Jess, no please, Jess.
No, fuck, Jess!
Jess, Jesus Christ,
Jess, no, no!
Jess, you're gonna be okay.
I'm gonna call an ambulance.
It's gonna be fine.
I didn't.
- What the hell happened?
- I didn't do this.
- Oh my God, move over there.
- Why is she bleeding?
- What the hell
did you do Selene?
- I didn't do anything.
- Oh my God!
- You don't understand.
- Oh my God.
Is she breathing?
I don't, I don't know how
to tell if she's breathing.
- I don't know, the
ambulance is on the way.
- Why is she bleeding
from her eyes?
Oh my God!
- What the fuck did you do?
I'm gonna fucking kill you!
- Oh, oh my God!
- Okay.
Okay, summon, confront, banish.
Summon, confront, banish,
summon, confront, banish.
Just like the book says.
Caroline Woodman,
in this circle, I
summon your spirit.
Come to me, Caroline.
Come to me.
I see through your veneer
of childlike innocence.
You haunt this mortal world
because you betrayed the
goodness that was inside of you.
You are no longer the
good child of the woods.
You're not even a ghost!
You are a monster!
You can't...
You can't break this circle
no matter how hard you try.
By the power of Gaia
and my ancestors,
I banish you from this place!
Be gone!
I cleanse your stain
from this place.
Your darkness will
haunt us no longer.
Mother Gaia, help me end this.
Lend me your strength, please.
I need you.
- Cort, stop, we don't
know what happened, okay?
You can't just go
running after Selene.
- That fucking psycho.
- I know.
- Killed Jess.
- I know, I know she did.
I know.
- The police said they're
looking for her, okay?
- Fuck the police, she's mine!
- No, please, please, no!
No, God, no!
I don't want to!
Please don't make me!
I'm sorry, I'm so sorry!
I'm sorry, I'm sorry!
- Cort, come inside,
okay, come inside.
Cort, please come inside,
I'm scared, please.
- Please, Cort.
We need you.
- Okay, thank you, okay.
Oh my God!
- Holy shit!
What the fuck?
- Oh my God!
- She's here.
She's here with us right
now, do you see her?
Caroline, she's
there on the floor.
- I don't see shit.
- Maddie, you really see her
right now, right this second?
- Yes.
- What is she doing?
- She's just sitting there,
playing and smiling at us.
Oh, she did this to Selene.
She did it.
- We need to get the
fuck out of here.
Now, go, go!
Go, go, go, go!
- Fuck, fuck, fuck, fuck!
Go, go, go, go, go, go, go!
- Oh, oh my God!
Drive the van, now!
- I'm fucking starting it.
- Go, go, go!
- Where am I going?
- Your place.
We need to get everyone together
and figure out what
the fuck is going on!
- I'll start calling people.
- Are you
sure Selene is dead?
- Her feet were
dangling like 10 feet
off the fucking ground, man.
There's no faking that.
- Jesus Christ, Cort.
- No, Kim, he's right.
We know what we saw.
- Oh God, and Jess.
- We need to figure
out what to do next.
- I just don't understand
because we didn't
do anything wrong.
So why is this happening?
- Selene said we disturbed
her resting place that night.
That we brought
her home with us.
- What does Selene know?
- Not much now.
- Hey, fuck you!
Shut the fuck up!
- Listen, I saw Selene
this morning at your house.
I was looking for Mikayla,
and she was there talking
about all of this crazy shit.
You know how she was,
but think about it.
Where is Max?
I haven't seen him since we
dropped him off that night.
And what's her name,
Greg, Jess's friend?
You said they both didn't
show up to work, right?
And where the fuck is Mikayla?
Your best friend and
you fucking left her
at a townie bar last night.
If anything happened to
her, it's your fault!
- I didn't, we thought she
was having a good time.
We wouldn't have
left her if we knew.
How could we have known?
- If we had known what?
That some spooky little bitch
has a hard on for you idiots?
Fucking morons.
You all sound as crazy as
your weirdo, hippie friend.
- I've had just about enough
out of you, mother fucker!
- Oh yeah, big man.
Let's see what you
got, tough guy.
- You don't say a fucking
word about Selene,
and you don't say a
fucking word about Jess!
- All right!
- This is about Selene and
Jess and Max and Nikki.
Our friends are dead!
We need to figure
out what to do.
And you get the fuck out!
No one wants you here.
- Whatever, I'm out of here.
This has fuck all to
do with me anyways.
Come on, Lindsey.
- Why did you have to say that?
Why do you always fuck
everything up for me?
- Lindsey, wait.
- Let her go.
- So what do we do now?
- What about, what
about that woman
that Selene learned
everything from, right?
She was always
talking about her.
Maybe, maybe she
can help us somehow.
- Yeah, I know where she lives.
- Okay, yeah, great.
- Keys.
- You good, man?
- Yeah.
- You do understand that Selene
and Jess are dead, right?
Can you please just
acknowledge that?
And we left Mikayla
alone too last night.
I mean, what if she's dead too?
- Hey.
- Is it really our fault
if she was killed also?
- Enough!
That crazy bitch
probably killed Jess
and felt so guilty about
it she offed herself.
Mikayla is out with
a real fucking man
because Goose is a pussy bitch.
- No, Selene wouldn't
hurt anybody.
She didn't even kill bugs.
- I don't know what
happened, okay?
I do know that there's no ghost
hunting down your
friends and killing them.
Now, can we stop talking about
this stupid fucking shit?
This is just what you need
to chill the fuck out.
- No, I don't think getting
wasted is a good idea right now.
- Are you calling me stupid?
Is that what you're
saying to me?
- That isn't what I meant.
- I have a another
idea that might.
- No.
- Take your mind off things.
- Landon, Landon,
please, Jesus Christ, no.
Please, Jesus Christ,
Landon, stop, please!
- I wasn't asking.
- Stop, please, stop, stop!
Get off, please!
- Hi, we're...
- I know who you are.
Come inside.
Why are you here in the
middle of the night?
- Selene, she always
talked about you and...
- I wasn't asking you.
Why are you here?
- We're in a lot of trouble,
and we need your help.
- My help?
What do you think
I can do for you?
- Selene said you understand
all this kind of stuff.
She said you're really wise.
We went into the woods, and
I saw something, someone.
And now people are dying.
My friends are dying,
and we're scared.
And we don't know
how to make her stop.
- Her?
- Caroline.
- And why would I know
how to stop Caroline?
- Caroline's a ghost.
- She's a stain.
And no one can stop
what has started here.
- What do you mean
we can't stop it?
This has to stop.
You have to help us.
- There's nothing
that I can do for you.
And there's nothing that
your friends can do either.
- I don't understand.
- She has marked you,
and now everyone around
you is in danger.
- Well,
how do I fix this?
How do I make her stop?
- Return to where she found you.
Go there and confront her.
Plead with her to relent.
This is on you.
Six souls have
already been taken.
Go before there are more.
- Six?
- You should go now and
check on your friend.
- Babe.
- Maddie, I don't care
what that woman said.
You are not going back
into those woods alone.
- You heard her,
there's no other way.
This is all about me.
I can't let anyone
else get hurt.
I have to do it.
- Okay, well, she didn't
say you had to go alone.
I'm going with you.
- Yeah, fuck that, so am I.
- Guys, you don't have to do it.
- Look, she's finding
us anywhere we are.
I go home, who's to say she
doesn't kill me on the toilet
taking a shit?
What the fuck?
- Where's Lindsey?
- Drive, drive!
- Where's Lindsey?
- She's dead, okay?
Let's get the fuck
out of here, let's go.
- What did you see?
- Her neck was snapped
like a fucking twig.
And she was standing over her
and her eyes were
all fucked, man.
Oh, fuck.
- You saw her?
- Yeah.
And I'm not letting
any of you out my sight
until that bitch is gone.
- Fuck!
- Fuckin' six.
- Now what?
- We're going back
into the woods.
- Oh, God.
Maddie, I'm so
sorry this happened.
- I know, it's okay.
- No.
No, it's not okay.
I'm your best friend
and I should have
believed you and I let you down.
God, I'm always
letting you down.
- Hey, that's bullshit, okay?
Look, we're gonna
get through this.
I got lost as soon as I
walked into the woods.
It felt like I was miles
from where I started.
But I know now that
that's a trick.
We stay close.
- Okay.
- So how do we find her?
- She'll find us.
- Something wrong?
- This is where I saw
her the other night.
- I'll tell
you your future.
- Lindsay's
newest rando.
- Mikayla.
- Oh God.
- She's real.
- Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa,
what the hell are you doing?
- You heard her,
this is all about me.
- Nah, no, that's
bullshit, this is my fault.
I sent you into the woods.
I'm the reason this happened.
So if you think I'm gonna
let her just take you,
it's not gonna happen.
- I have to do this.
I came back.
This is what you
wanted, isn't it?
I'm here now, you can
leave my friends alone.
I don't understand
why you're doing this!
Please just leave us alone.
- Guys?
Oh, shit, shit,
shit, shit, shit.
I should be at home right now
smoking a spliff and
watching some porn.
What the hell did
I get myself into?
Come on.
Damn it.
- Goose.
- Mikayla.
- Help me!
- Mikayla, baby, where are you?
- Goose,
please help me!
- I want my mom, I want my mom.
- Where the fuck is everybody?
There's no one
here, what the fuck?
- Wait, shut up,
shut up, shut up!
- What the fuck?
- Jesus Christ.
I said shut up.
Do you know how to navigate
by the stars or something?
- No, man.
- Fuck, you are
completely useless!
- A handful of rosemary,
a circle of sage.
Crystals held tightly
keep the evil stains away.
Do you still think I'm crazy?
- Where the fuck
are you going, man?
- Just run!
- Kim?
Hey, leave her alone!
- Cort, no!
- Run!
- No, I'm not leaving you!
- Go, go, go, just go!
If you don't go,
we'll both be dead!
- You know, there never
seems to be a witch
around when you need one.
- You can't outrun her, man.
- I don't have to outrun her.
I just have to outrun you.
- Fuck you!
No, no, no, no, no.
Please, please, please.
Please, I didn't
do anything to you.
Please, please, please.
I don't want to die, please.
I didn't do anything to you.
- Maddie!
Maddie, Maddie, Cort's
gone, Cort's gone.
He's gone, he's gone.
- Well, we need to find everyone
else and get out of here.
- Have you seen anyone else?
- Nope.
- We need to find everyone
and get out of here.
- I don't think
there is anyone else.
- What?
- I think we're all that's left.
- Why do you say that?
- You said she was
coming for you.
That you had to stop her.
That we had to stop her
before she killed you.
But how many of us have died,
and where were you when
Lindsey's neck was busted?
When everyone else was dying?
Six of us came here tonight.
And Caroline tried to kill
all of us, but not you.
No, she was saving you for last.
But I'm gonna end this now.
- Maddie, stop!
- No!
- Maddie.
- Why, why?