Synopsis: A rainy night. A lonesome motel. Two strangers are sharing a room. But what does the dark Tom Parker hide in his suitcase? The Police is searching for a killer, so backpacker Hans decides to find it out.
Genre: Horror, Mystery, Short
20 min

I really appreciate it a lot.

- I don't know what you're talking about.

- I really appreciate it.





Oh my God!

Caroline! Caroline!

You're crazy!


- Mrs. Pressman?

- Yes?

This is Marnie from Dr. Murphy's office.

He asked me about making an appointment

for your eyes. Mrs. Pressman?

We like John and appreciate his effort,

but lately he's been a little strange...

I understand the situation completely!

You needn't worry about John

returning to your hospital.

Dr. Murphy knows that John is the best

surgeon he's ever seen!

He's an orderly!

You don't want him anymore.


You will all pay for this!

Now John go for those guys!

Don't stop!

Go on! Go on!

Go on! Go on!

Go on! Go on!

Go on! Go on!

Go on!

Did you see that?

Yeah, so what?


So disgusting.

Shut up and watch!

I was really scared.


That's right, John.

That's right.

John's a good boy.

Go on! Go on!

Go on!

Go on!

Go on!

It's too much.

Don't worry about it.

It's only a movie.

It's only a movie.

All those eyes! All this blood!

It's making me dizzy.

This guy is really sick.

What the hell is he going to do?

Oh, my.

Stop with that!

It's this film.

I don't want to see this.

It's making me sick!

Linda, I want to leave.

Never again. You're one big baby.

There's something about this guy that

gives me the creeps.

Come, on. This is fun.

He's an eye hunter.

You're serious?

You think this is funny?

- It's disgusting!

- Oh, come on!

Next time I'll take you

to a Disney movie.


I want to leave. I'm serious.

Tough. I don't.

My eyes are really hurting!

I can't see.

Are you going to blame this

on the movie too?

Mama Bear has the same problem with her

contacts. Take them out.


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