Synopsis: As retribution a psychopathic stalker known only as The Laugh attacks the now adult girls who picked on his sick childhood tendencies. Tabitha, Shelby and Lisa become the target of a madman with a serious adolescent grudge.
Genre: Horror, Thriller
Director(s): John Simpson
Production: Picturehouse
85 min

- Oh, I will. It's okay.

He threw you from the truck,

but he took off. You'll be fine.

No, I jumped.




Are you okay?

What happened?

He... He...

He came back.

I know. I know.

Where's my girlfriend?

He took them.

He took both of them.

Both that lady and your girl.


He took off over there.

Lift me up.

- Help me up.

- Yeah. Okay. Okay, come on.

Wait, wait. Yeah, okay, all right.

- You let me go.

- You're hurt. I'll go.

Just please promise me... take care of my family

if something happens, okay?

I don't know where I am.

No, no, I was taking her to rehab.

Don't know. Accident.

Maybe she jumped.

I don't know

because the bitch was crazy.


Rob. Rob!

Hold on, Shelby.

You picked the wrong convoy, buddy.



- Hi, Tabby.

- Hey.

Sorry I'm late.

- Hello?

- Smoking.

- Hey, Maxie.

- Hi.

Danny, where's the babysitter?

- She left already.

- Yeah, she lefted.


Are you sure?


I'm here.

Hello, it's Tabitha, the Carmines' niece.


What's next?

"Quiet time. "

Boys, you're supposed to be quiet.


Yes, hi. I'm here for June.

June? There's no June here.

Oh, well, no, she's been sitting

over here today.

I dropped her off earlier.

She missed cheerleading practice,

I'm getting worried.

I'm her boyfriend, Owen.

I'm the Carmines' niece and when

I got here, she had already left.

Just left the children alone?

- You haven't heard from her since?

- I haven't heard from her.

I didn't even see her.

Oh, it's just not...

It's not like her to not call me.

Maybe she just went to a friend's house.

With the storm and all.

Yeah, I guess so.

I just...

Be sure... tell her that I stopped by

if you see her.

I will.

And what are his special powers?

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