The Purgation (2015) Movie Script

Pop Goes the Weasel
(creepy laughter)
(slow piano music)
- [Eddie] Looking back,
I wonder sometimes if
my memory is flawed.
I remember the
feeling of that day.
The smell of my secondhand car.
The sunshine from
the indian summer.
That desperate
teenage hope that,
in a few years it
would all get better.
And it did get better,
at least for me it did.
Part of me thinks that Iris
stayed down there too long,
and maybe it was something
in the air that got to her.
That musty mist that
stayed on my clothes
long after they were washed.
A reminder... feel guilty.
(ominous music)
(rock music)
- Hey Eddie, hey Derrick.
- How ya doing kid?
- Hey Iris.
(car door closing)
Hey, I found three
flashlights at my house
and I brought one for ya.
- Awesome, thanks.
Hey, this has a
cute sticker on it.
- Aw, just like my
cute little bro.
- Hey guys!
- Hey Caden, you're back!
(nervous laughter)
- You know, hay is for horses.
- No, no, no.
- You guys, seriously?
I'm trying to drive.
- Hey!
- Am I really the only one
who knows where we're going?
- Like mom would let
us go if she knew.
- Well, all I'm saying is,
if you're not back on time,
I'm not looking for you and
I'm not waiting for you.
(engine idling)
(car door shutting)
- Thanks for the ride Eddie!
- Six o'clock!
Don't be late!
- Hey Marlene!
- Hey Iris.
- Hey Marlene, I can't
believe we're actually
going to film inside
a crazy house.
- It's not a crazy house,
it's called an asylum.
- Ass-i-lum.
- Hello to you too.
(trampling through grass)
This grass is
giving me allergies.
I brought flashlights
for everyone.
- I'm good.
- If we're going
to be underground,
we're going to
need lots of light.
- Whatever.
(smacking flashlight)
It's broken.
- Sorry.
So, how'd you hear
about this place?
- These high schoolers
were talking about it
during bible study.
They said it used to be a
big party place for drinking,
until one night, like,
a super long time ago,
one of the football
players went crazy.
- What do you mean crazy?
- He started screaming
about a bleeding cross
and how he was being
chased by a nun.
- Nuns are kinda creepy.
- They're married to God.
Anyways, he attacked his friends
with a broken beer bottle,
slashed his
girlfriend's neck so bad
her head almost fell off.
- Whoa.
- What scene should
we shoot first?
- I don't know.
- It's gonna be so cool.
- I know.
Think it'll be all creepy?
- What happened
to the rest of it?
- It caught on fire
and burnt down.
- [Derrick] It's real, I can't
believe it's actually here.
- Yeah!
Hey guys, I caught
a grasshopper!
- Have you been inside it yet?
- I'm not going in
there by myself.
- Well, we're here
now, let's do this.
- Really?
You're just going
to stand there?
(struggling with door)
- Wow, that's dark.
(ominous music)
You think these steps are okay?
- I don't know about this, guys.
There could be a law
against just being here.
We're basically
trespassing, you know?
- Only one way to find out!
- Hey, be careful!
- Yeah!
This place is perfect
for a scary movie!
- Caden!
- Stop freaking us out!
- Sorry.
Come on, what are
we waiting for?
Let's make a movie.
- I think I'm gonna stay up here
and stand guard in
case anyone comes.
- Suit yourself.
- What?
Are you scared?
- I'm not scared.
- Have fun with your flashlight.
(ominous music)
- What is wrong with
you, you retard?
- I'm sorry, it's just,
it's colder down
here than I expected.
I should've brought
an extra sweater.
- Come on guys, let's not fight.
We're here to make
a movie, okay?
- That was seriously gross.
- Derrick, shine the
light on Marlene's face.
Marlene, I want you
to start back up
at the top and come down.
Caden, you're in charge
of the background noise.
- Okay!
- And, action!
(suspenseful music)
- Cut!
Nice job, guys!
- Hey guys, it's like a
miniature church in there!
- Like, a chapel?
- Whatever.
- We can shoot the
next scene in there!
I have a great idea.
We can draw a pentagram
with the chalk I brought.
(ominous music)
- Yuck!
- What?
- Nothing.
- What happened?
- Nothing, I thought I heard
something, but it was nothing.
Yeah, let's make a movie!
- Should we really be drawing
that kind of stuff in a church?
- It's a chapel, whatever.
If there's a God,
he should be helping
starving children in
Somalia or something.
- I wouldn't touch that if
I were you, it might be...
- Might be what?
- Ugh, get that
thing away from me.
- Come on guys,
let's shoot this.
- What are my lines again?
- You don't remember your lines?
- Shut up, you dork, I
have more lines than you.
- You have six lines.
- Six too many.
- Here.
- Thanks.
(girls mumbling)
(ominous music)
(creepy piano music)
(ominous music)
- [Iris] Marlene,
help me move these.
- Iris, hey.
(ominous music and growling)
- Marlene, take a step back.
Caden, we need
more light on her.
- Hey what happened?
- Are you okay?
- I wanted to see what
was in the next room.
- Did you fall?
- Hm-mm, I guess I did.
- You don't look so good.
- I'm fine.
Guys, can we get out of here?
It's getting really cold.
- But we haven't checked out
the rest of the ass-i-lum.
- I'm not cold.
- Ugh, this place
is covered in mold.
I'm probably going to get sick
just by breathing down here.
- We still have one
more scene down here
before we can shoot
the scene in the woods.
- I've got those
lines memorized.
- Derrick, where are you going?
- This is bad.
- I don't remember
seeing that door
when we first came in here.
- We are so observant.
- She's right, I don't
remember seeing it either.
Where did it come from?
- It's really dark down here,
I bet we just missed it.
- Let's just go back
up and get help.
I have a bad feeling about this.
- And leave Derrick down here?
- Well, there's something
obviously wrong with him,
like more than usual.
- I'm going after him.
- No, we have to stick together.
What if you get lost too?
- We'll be fine, just stay here.
- And do what?
You better not leave me here.
Come on, come on.
- Derrick.
Hey Derrick.
Where are you?
Come out, come out,
wherever you are.
No Polo, okay.
(ominous music)
- Come help me.
- [Derrick] Marlene?
(ominous music)
Guys, let me out!
- Derrick?
(ominous music)
(ghostly voices)
- Doesn't it feel
like we've been
walking down this
hallway forever?
- Yeah, maybe we
should turn back.
- Just a little further,
I think I see the end.
- Iris?
- I think I see him!
Hey, Derrick!
Why is he just standing there?
Come on Caden, why
are you stopping?
(ominous music)
(ominous music)
- [Iris] Marlene!
Marlene! Where are you?
- Iris?
- [Iris] Can you see me?
- Iris...
- What is that?
- Where were you?
- We have to get out
of here, where's Iris?
- I'm here.
- Run!
(car engine)
- I said six o'clock.
- What?
- Where's the staircase?
Did we take a wrong turn?
- No, I remember this is
the way that we came in.
It should be right here.
- Guys look.
- I don't remember
seeing that door.
- Me neither.
Maybe it's a way out.
- Let's link hands so
we don't get separated.
- Our father, who art in Heaven,
hallowed be thy name.
Thy kingdom come,
thy will be done.
- I wish Caden were here.
- You know he's
imaginary, right?
- Yeah, but I feel
better when he's with me.
- Guess that's kind of
like how I believe in God.
- You think God's imaginary?
- Maybe, I mean,
at least you can see Caden.
I pray every day to God,
but I never hear him or see him.
- Yeah.
- Derrick, your hand is
like dripping with sweat.
Ew, are those boogers
on your fingers?
- Derrick, cut that out.
- Hello, Iris.
- [Iris] Marlene?
(ominous music)
(crickets chirping)
- Iris!
It's time to go home!
(ominous music)
- Caden?
Are you there?
Please don't leave
me here by myself.
(birds chirping)
- Iris!
(door creaking open)
- Caden?
- [Eddie] Shh, it's
gonna be okay kid.
We're gonna get you home.
(solemn music)
- Listen.
Yeah, the barn, I know.
It wasn't a haunted barn,
it apparently just
needed a new roof.
No, they were there,
yes they were there,
the so-called sufferers
of demonic possession.
They suffered concussions
from the fallen roof.
No, Iris, yeah we're on our
way to Black Falls right now,
Iris finally set us
up with an asylum.
Yes, I know...
Apparently there
was this nurse there
that just went crazy and
slaughtered everybody there
and burnt the place down.
It should be good, I know.
You're cutting, Lennie
you're cutting out.
- Okay.
- I'm listening, Lennie, I'm
trying to find reception.
All right.
- What are you
taking pictures of?
- Just the river.
- That's a nice camera,
can I take a look?
- Actually, no.
Excuse me, this is my car.
- You from around here?
- Not anymore.
- What's not anymore mean?
- I used to live a
couple miles from here.
- Not much of anything a
couple miles from here.
- I'm sorry, what did you
say your name was again?
- Elvis.
You crazy bitch.
Just to let you know,
I work at the gas
station down the road.
Come on by if you
ever want a fill up.
(car door opening)
(car door closing)
(ominous music)
(car door opening)
(car door closing)
- Sorry about that, Lennie
was talking my ear off.
He seems pretty excited that
we're going to
Black Falls though.
(ominous music)
You okay?
- Yeah, let's go.
We should check in at the hotel.
- Excited to be going home?
- Excited to be going
into the heart of nowhere?
- I don't like
other people getting
all up in my business, you know?
- Don't worry, from
what I remember,
everyone was really nice.
- Sure, from what you remember.
Definitely a lot of
nothing out here.
- We will get that
shower curtain
replaced for you right away.
- And the air conditioner
is way too loud.
- It's too loud?
- Hey Iris, there's coffee.
- Yes.
- Sir, I would offer
to move you to
another room, however,
all of the air
conditioning units
are the same in
all of the rooms.
- No elevator, great.
You want me to take
your bag for you?
- That's fine.
- All right.
Take a nap, see you
in about an hour?
- Yeah, just knock on my door.
- All right, see you in a bit.
(rustling in bag)
(shuffling footsteps)
(suspenseful music)
- I'm coming, just a minute.
(pills rattling)
- Hey, you look like shit.
- Yeah, that's
better than usual.
- Right, you ready to go?
- Yeah, give me a second.
- Look at this, how do you
always get the nice room?
- No no.
- You all right?
You're gonna change now?
So this Eddie guy,
who is he again.
- She's a girl.
Eddie is short for Edith.
- Yeah, that makes sense.
It's just, the entire
time I've known you,
you've never dressed
up nice once.
- Yeah, well, I will now.
- All right.
Twenty minutes?
- Yeah.
(doorbell ringing)
(door creaking open)
- Hello!
- Eddie, hi, it's me!
- Good to see you, come here!
Hello, welcome.
- This is my coworker Jacob.
- Your coworker?
- Yeah.
- Okay, great, the
more the merrier.
Please, come on in.
(door closing)
So, you're really
making movies now, huh?
- Yeah, you could say that.
- More like television spots.
I don't know if she'll ever
make it to the big screen.
- I'm so proud of you, kid.
- Thanks Eddie, you
always believed in me.
- I always knew
something would come.
You running around with
that camcorder all the time.
How do you like L.A.?
- Mm-mm. It's, um, different.
But it's nice to
be back, you know?
It's louder over
there, that's for sure.
- Not too much isn't
louder than Black Falls.
I'm so glad you called.
It's been too long.
- I know, thanks for picking up.
- Yeah, thank you for coming.
I mean, you know, things
get kinda crazy at school.
Kids these days, right?
He's just hungry.
Okay, well, very good.
Come with me.
(phone ringing)
I'll show you the kitchen.
I've gotta check on the soup.
- Okay.
- I'm gonna take this.
- Let me just get some food
in him and then we can eat.
- Okay.
- Do you want to say hello?
He's pretty harmless.
- Yeah, sure.
- Yeah, so I would say this
is probably my favorite room.
I spend a lot of time in here.
- I can tell.
- I know, I'm a mess.
Here, follow me.
The best time of
the year is summer,
because, obviously,
I don't have to work,
so I get to spend
a lot of time here,
and kind of cozy in I guess.
- It must be hard, taking
care of him by yourself.
- Yeah, when mom passed,
I said I would look
after him but...
I'm starting to wonder if
there's an expiration date
on promises like that, you know?
Okay, over here, this
is the last room.
Probably looks
pretty much the same,
we haven't really
changed it much yet.
But I'm actually planning
a big renovation here,
maybe make it into an office,
because the light is so nice,
and there's this space
over here, which is just...
Hey buddy.
You ready for dinner?
Open up.
Open up.
Brought some friends,
you wanna say hello?
- Hey Derrick, remember me?
- He seems to just
keep getting worse.
At first, he...
After the accident, he
seemed like he was okay.
Like he was still there,
he just didn't want
to talk about it.
But he just keeps, regressing.
And now he seems to have
the mind of a five-year-old.
- I had no idea it
had gotten this bad.
I should've been better
at staying in contact.
- Don't take it
personally he just
doesn't like it when
people touch him.
- Does he talk to you?
- Sometimes.
I know he's still thinking,
there's still something.
In there.
He just started
that one yesterday,
and now he's filled
almost the whole thing.
(ominous music)
He's having a seizure, help me.
Help me, help me
get him to the bed.
- Should I call 911?
- No.
Only if it lasts longer
than a couple of minutes,
we just need to
get him to the bed,
and get him on his side.
Okay, okay, shh
Derrick, it's okay.
Seems like he's stopped shaking.
I think he's gonna be okay.
- Thank God.
(ominous music)
- Okay, why don't we go
hang out in the living room?
- So, has Eddie changed much?
She seemed happy to see you.
And Derrick, that was strange.
Do you mind if I ask
what happened to him?
(ghostly voices)
- No, this isn't real.
No, no.
Why won't you leave me alone?
Get out.
- So how far of a drive is it?
- 20, 25 minutes.
- That's not bad.
Think we'll get some good stuff?
- Yeah, Lennie's definitely not
gonna be disappointed
that's for sure.
- Well, I hope so
when's the last time
we got something good?
- Now.
- Try telling him that.
Yeah, haunted barn,
midnight moaning.
A dairy farm with
cows who happen
to be awake at night,
that's all it was.
- That's why we're
in Black Falls
and I'm taking us to
this asylum, okay?
- Mm-hm.
I'm not doubting
you, it's just I,
I want this to be good.
What do you remember as a kid?
It had to be
frightening enough then
for you to want to come
back and do a show there.
- We'll be there soon, okay?
- Okay.
We're on our way to the asylum.
- I don't feel like
singing anymore, Jacob.
- You should've told me
to bring better shoes,
I have dirt in them all ready.
- If I can do this when I'm
a kid, you can do this now.
- How long you planning on
poking around down here?
- Just today and tomorrow.
We're on a deadline
to put together
an episode for next week.
- I'd tell you to reconsider
but no one wants to
listen to what I have
to say about the asylum.
Seems to me, there's
something down there
that just shouldn't
be messed around with.
- You mean the
nurse, sister Agnes?
- Nurses are
supposed to heal you,
she just made her
patients worse.
She liked to watch them suffer.
- See, this is why
I hate small towns.
Yeah, tetanus shot and one
of those hospital masks.
Can barely breathe down here.
(camera shutter)
Oh man, the hell
went on down here?
- Let's get some footage
of this hallway first.
There should be a small
church down this way.
- What, you mean like a chapel?
- Yeah, a chapel.
- Does it say
anything about crazy
cave paintings of
eyes in the bible?
- I wonder if anyone here was
actually cured of
their insanity,
or if this place just
made them crazier.
- You know, not
everybody was insane.
People were locked up for
all sorts of shitty reasons,
being gay, slutty,
it was all a crime.
Glad I wasn't alive back then.
- If I remember correctly
from when I was a kid,
there was a door... here.
(ominous music)
- Did you hear that?
(shutter clicking)
Oh man.
Whoever was locked in here
definitely did not
want to be here.
The hell is that?
What does this stuff even say?
It's not even legible.
I don't even think
they're words.
I mean, half the
wall is torn up.
What I wanna know is where
he got all the paint.
I don't even know
if that is paint.
(shutter clicking)
(ominous music)
Iris, you see this?
What is that?
This is what we need.
- Wait, don't, don't.
- But this is what
we're looking...
- No, let's keep going.
This all feels so familiar.
- Say something to the camera.
Come on, for Lenny.
Look at this.
See, this is why I
don't go to the doctor
when I need to.
Are you okay?
- I'm fine.
I just need some water.
- Are you sure?
Take it easy, all right?
You'll be fine.
- Sorry.
- What the hell?
- Be a bit more
careful, all right?
- Thanks.
- Yeah.
What kind of stuff went on here?
(ominous music)
- I can't believe
this is still here.
- What's that?
- It's an ice pick.
You know, for ice
pick lobotomies?
- Mm-hm.
- You just slide it through
the top of the eye socket
and tap it in a couple of times.
To break through the skull
right into the brain.
- Right.
- Where are you going?
- Just, uh, we should
get more footage, right?
(ominous music)
Five second rule,r right?
Where are you off to?
(water dripping)
(shutter clicking)
Did you see this tub?
If you don't come out
for dinner I will eat
all of the food.
You will be left
here with dust, dirt
and whatever the hell
is on the floor here.
I don't even know what that is.
(ominous music)
Come on, pick up.
I've got reception somewhere.
- Jacob?
- Hey Iris, there you are.
- Are you okay?
- W-W-Where have you been?
- I thought you were behind me.
Are you okay?
- Yeah, yeah, I'm fine.
I just, this place it's
making me sick, all right.
There's the dust, the
mold, the blaring.
I, where the hell did you go?
You just, y-you just
walked off without me?
- Like I said, I thought
you were following me.
But when I turned
around you were gone.
- I should have brought
a thicker sweater.
I didn't realize how cold
it was gonna be down there.
I, I don't think I'm
gonna make it to Marlene's
for dinner.
- It's fine, rest up.
I'll just check on
you after dinner.
- Okay thanks.
If I, if I don't answer
I'm probably sleeping.
(door closing)
(ominous music)
(horn blaring)
- Must be exciting for you
living in the big city.
- I miss Black Falls sometimes.
It's nice to be
surrounded by nature.
- Well you should go
for a hike as long
as you're here.
- Maybe, if I have time I will.
We're on a tight shoot
schedule but I do
want to visit a few
places from my childhood.
- Fuck you.
- Marlene we have company.
Shall we say grace?
Lord, thank you for
this great bounty.
Bless us as we are
but your children
in need of guidance.
Bless our dear guest
Iris who has come
a long way to our humble home.
We are truly thankful
for her presence.
Make us grateful for
all of your mercies.
In Jesus' name we pray.
- Thank you, this
looks delicious.
- Oh, you're very welcome.
It's not often that
we have visitors.
- It's not often that I
get a home cooked meal.
- Fuck you Iris.
- You will be
grateful young lady.
Or you will be sent
straight back to your room.
- I'm sorry mother.
- Salt?
- No thank you.
But these vegetables are great.
- I'm glad you like them.
I use only fresh vegetables
that I grow in my garden.
Not something you can
get every day I imagine,
where you live.
- How is life in the big city?
- It's fine.
- You don't miss Black Falls?
- Sometimes I do.
- Remember when we
were kids and we used
to play freeze tag?
And make believe?
- Yeah, I remember.
- That was a lot
of fun wasn't it?
- Yeah.
- Yesterday below the
stairs I saw a girl
who wasn't there.
She wasn't there again today.
I wish she'd fucking go away.
- I made pie for dessert.
Something for us
to look forward to.
Perhaps with some ice cream.
I'll be just downstairs
if you need anything.
- Thank you Jean.
- You stopped seeing Caden.
- Yeah, on meds for that now.
- It's too bad.
He may have been imaginary but
he was good for you.
- Imaginary friends
are for kids.
I needed to grow up eventually.
- Growing up's overrated.
- Apparently.
- So you want to know
how I ended up like this?
I know you're curious.
Untie me and I'll tell you.
- That's okay.
You don't have to tell me.
- But we never used
to keep secrets
did we?
- You don't have to.
- I want to.
Come on Iris, please, let me go.
My wrist is starting to hurt.
- Would your mom
be okay with that?
- Fuck that bitch.
Come on Iris, please?
It's not fair that
you get to sit there
while I'm tied up.
It's not like I'm
gonna hurt you.
Please, please?
- Okay.
- Please.
- Okay.
- Thank you Iris.
- That's what friends are for.
- I used to have the
most beautiful eyes,
didn't i?
My mom used to tell me how
jealous she was of them.
(ominous music)
Two windows into a field
of dreams she'd say.
But after you took us down there
down that hell hole
I started seeing
the most horrible things.
(grunting and crying)
Maggot are you.
You know, I just
want to help you.
(inaudible) want you to be free.
But you just
(inaudible) disobey me.
Father who art in
Heaven forgive those
who sin (inaudible).
- Look at me!
- Oh, do you see God?
And if thine eye
offends the and it does,
then I must pluck it out.
You understand?
You brought this
upon yourself sinner.
Now you, you pay for thy debts.
- No. No!
- And you shall come to light.
(ominous music)
(insane laughter)
- You know what I've
noticed about this
world we live in?
I don't feel pain anymore.
Do you still feel pain?
I can hear you.
I know where you are.
- Marlene.
- Would you just wake up Iris?
First Derrick, now you?
I can't do this anymore.
Am I the only one who
wants to get out of here?
(ominous music)
(phone vibrating)
(banging nightstand)
- Owe.
- [Operator] The
number you are calling
is no longer in use.
Please try your call again.
(door opening)
- Hey, how are you feeling?
- Horrible.
- Oh, okay I guess
I'll give Lenny a call
and ask for an extension.
Do you want to just
take a day to get
over your cold?
- Yeah.
- Do you need anything?
I can stop by the
pharmacy if you
want something over the counter?
(door closing)
(keys dropping on table)
(pills rattling)
- Jacob, Jacob.
(water running)
(ominous music)
(ominous music)
- [Operator] The
number you are calling
is no longer in use.
Please try your call again.
(ominous music)
- [Operator] The
number you are calling
is no longer in use.
Please try your call again.
- Jacob, I'm having
trouble reaching Lenny.
Do you know what's going on?
I'm gonna head out,
grab some food.
I'll text you okay?
(door opening)
Oh I'm sorry I must
have the wrong room.
- That's okay, I'm sure
it's an honest mistake.
- Right.
It's just...
- Miss, are you okay?
- No, my friend Jacob
was staying in this room.
I'm positive of it.
- I checked in two days ago.
Are you sure you
have the right room?
- Excuse me.
(ominous music)
- Can I help you?
- Yes, I checked in two days ago
with my coworker Jacob.
He should be in the
room across from mine
but he's not there anymore.
- Jacob.
That's strange.
Um, what is his last name?
- I, uh, his last name is, um...
- Do you remember what
room number he was in?
- No I can't remember.
You know what, forget about it.
I probably just made a mistake.
I'll go check
again on my friend.
(light piano music)
(phone ringing)
- Hello?
- [Male] Hello, did
you ask about room 204?
- No I don't think so.
- [Male] It says here that
you're currently staying
in room 204.
- No i'm not, I'm in room...
- [Male] You're very welcome.
Is there anything
else I can do for you?
- No, I mean yes,
could you please...
- [Evil Voice] You're
going to burn in hell.
(ominous music)
(hanging phone up)
(zipping bag)
(trunk closing)
(ominous music)
(door opening)
- Iris, well come in, come in.
What's wrong?
Shh, it's okay.
(ominous music)
I brought you a clean towel.
There's more in
the hallway closet.
- Thanks Eddie.
For everything.
- No problem kid.
So um, what's the plan?
- Plan is to finish filming.
I'm going back down to
the asylum tomorrow.
- Why is it so important for you
to finish filming
in that asylum?
- I have to find out
what's down there.
I saw her, when I was a kid.
The nurse.
- Sister Agnes is
a stupid urban myth
that teenagers
keep perpetuating.
- I have to know who she is.
What she is.
- I don't understand why
this is so important to you.
I mean you don't
actually believe that...
- I saw her.
- Okay.
I'm just trying to
look out for you.
- I'll be fine Eddie.
I just need some answers.
- I should never have
let you kids go down
there in the first place.
I mean this is all my fault.
If I had just stopped
Derrick than none of this
ever would have happened.
- No, it's my fault.
I'm the one that
wanted to shoot that
stupid horror movie
in the first place.
(ominous music)
(papers rustling)
(ominous music)
- Hey.
I made some dinner.
Are you hungry?
- Yeah thanks, I'll
be out in a minute.
- Lobotomies, blood
letting and ice baths.
Sounds like torture to me.
- Yeah it is.
- Agnes Dorschner.
Raised by nuns in the
Black Falls Sanctuary.
Became a nurse when
the church refused to
let her take her vows.
Can the church do that?
- No idea, but I'm sure they
had good reason for that.
It's weird.
- What's weird?
- I've been able to
piece together some
information about this
nurse Agnes Dorschner
but only until the year 1942.
She probably died
around that same time
but there's no record
of an obituary.
Jacob has more
research on his laptop
but I can't seem to
find the password.
- Who?
- My coworker Jacob.
You met him the last
time I was here.
- You came here
by yourself Iris.
- No, I came with someone else.
You told me you saw him.
- I can't keep
pretending for you.
- You're lying.
- I am just trying to
point out the obvious.
- Ask Derrick, he saw Jacob.
Derrick was in the
same room as us.
- Ask Derrick?
- I'm sorry.
I didn't mean it like that.
- I'm gonna be out there.
If you want dinner come on out.
- Eddie.
(light music)
(water running)
- Sweet dreams kiddo.
- Hey, Derrick?
(ominous music)
Derrick, can you hear me?
- Yes.
- Derrick.
- Some demons never die.
(ominous music)
(phone ringing)
- [Evil Voice] You're
going to burn in hell.
(ominous music)
- Eddie, Eddie get
me out of here.
Where's Eddie?
- Hungry?
- No.
- I'm not sure where she is.
- She was just here.
I just saw her.
When did you start
speaking again?
- Please don't scream.
I don't like it when
people scream at me.
- I mean this is the
first time I've heard
you talking in a while.
- I talk all the time.
Maybe you should listen.
If you listen more you
might learn something.
- I'm not hungry.
- Iris where are you going?
- Shh.
No, no, no.
- Look at me, look at me.
There's, there's nobody there.
(ominous music)
I believe you.
I believe you.
I believe you.
- May I help you Miss?
- I was just here this morning.
I think I left
something in my room.
- Okay, if you left
something in the room
the maid probably turned
it into lost and found.
- I just need to see something.
It will only take a minute.
- But you already checked out.
- Then I'll check in.
- Okay.
- Can you do that for me?
- Yes.
Yes I can.
- Thank you.
(ominous music)
(heavy breathing)
Are you scared?
Should I be?
Are you gonna be okay?
(ominous music)
Iris am I going crazy?
(water running)
(ominous music)
(light piano music)
- Guys hurry!
- I'm stuck.
- What are you doing?
Give me your arm.
- Take it.
(ghostly singing)
(ominous music)
- Iris.
- You shouldn't be here.
- I have to stop her.
- You can't.
- I can't live my life
like this anymore.
- You can't stay here.
You have to go back.
- I can't just go.
You have to help me.
Please, just tell me what
I'm dealing with here.
Is she ghost, a demon?
I can do this.
Sister Agnes is a real person.
There are photos
of her and she is
on the staff roster
at Black Falls.
But did she really
kill her patients?
I mean this was an asylum right?
Patients died all the time
from unnatural causes.
She was never really
accused of murder.
- Iris she's here.
You have to go.
- No, not yet.
Not until I get answers.
I need to know what happened.
- Iris please.
- It's not time yet.
- Just get a grip
and get out of here.
Once she gets you it's over.
There's nothing left to see.
You never used to
believe that crap
my mom preached, right?
Once you die you
just stop existing.
There's nothing left.
- Iris please, she
may not say much
but she's always listening.
You have to get out of here.
All she wants to do is hurt...
- Derrick!
- He's mine now bitch.
- Oh my God, Derrick.
We have to get out of here.
- You're me.
You're so young.
Don't worry it will
all be over soon.
Just close your eyes.
If you see my mom
tell her I'm sorry.
I can't stand living
with her anymore.
- Marlene.
My eye!
(ominous music)
- Marlene!
I don't want to say
goodbye Marlene.
I'm sorry.
(screaming and moaning)
- Help!
(ominous music)
- Hurry!
I'm stuck.
(light music)
(light music)
(light piano music)
(birds chirping)
(light music)
- A part of me wants
to believe Iris.
To accept it all as the truth
rather than the ramblings
of a fractured mind.
I like to image that she
made the right choice
and that she's in a
happier place with
the rest of them.
That they all made
it out eventually
and are running around
somewhere in this
mess of grass and
trees and fresh air.
(upbeat music)