Bloody Homecoming

Synopsis: Three years after a tragic accident leaves a student dead at the annual Homecoming dance, a group of senior friends anxious about the return of Homecoming Night to their sleepy Southern town find themselves visited by a deadly presence from their past in the dark and desolate halls of their very own high school.
Genre: Horror
Director(s): Brian C. Weed
Production: Daved Productions
 
IMDB:
3.6
UNRATED
Year:
2013
82 min
5 Views

I can't believe our school

throws homecoming

in the old gym.

Of all the shitty ways

to save a penny.

Come on, Loren.

Just be stoked

we're finally in high school

and can actually go this year.

So, it was your lame idea

to come to this stinky-ass

porta-potty of a party?

Wasn't it

Annie's sophomore boy toy

that had this brilliant idea?

Yeah.

Like you aren't aching

to see your own junior boy toy,

Jaclyn?

Yeah, Jaclyn.

Isn't Karl a little old for you?

Whatever.

Guys, put out that cigarette

before we all get detention.

Those sophomore bros

you guys hang out with

are a bunch of tools.

Ah, Steve, but they're tools

that can drive cars,

right, girls?

- Ugh. Jerks!

- It wasn't funny.

I know.

It was f*cking hilarious.

Loren, they won't let us in.

Hey, whoa,

whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa.

Sorry, freshmen.

No fishies allowed.

The dance

is for everyone, meathead.

- Move.

- Wow, Steve.

Your girl's

got some mouth on her.

Maybe you should, uh,

put something in there,

- uh, shut her up.

- Hey, hey, hey.

Come on, guys.

They're with us.

So, what?

We just decided...

we don't want any sophomores

allowed in here either.

But, you know,

we may, uh, reconsider

if you give us

that, uh, Spirit Baton.

Yeah, right.

Sophomores won it

fair and square.

Well, I guess

you ain't getting in then.

Real mature.

Man, you got

to be kidding me.

Sorry, Karl.

Looks like you

and your little fishie buddies

have to find another pond

to go swim in.

- Aw, hell with this.

- Karl.

Dude, wait up.

That was perfect.

Yeah.

20 bucks?

To guarantee you

and all three of your friends

- get laid tonight?

- That was the deal.

Sorry, Billy.

Price just tripled.

It's still worth it.

Hey, Billy.

Give it to her good.

Karl, man.

Dude, come on, man.

Just chill.

Okay.

Yeah, forget them.

It's not worth it.

What?

I say y'all

should've kicked their butts.

I didn't get all fine like this

for nothing.

Yeah. They're, uh, senior

linebackers there, Jackie.

You fight them,

you fight the whole team.

Guys, it's over.

Can we just get the hell

out of here now?

Yeah. Maybe we should

just call it a night.

Wait, where's Billy?

I'm right here.

I think everyone wants to go.

Wait...

guys... The party

is just getting started.

Geez, Billy.

Where'd you get that?

Don't worry about it.

We can't just booze it up

in the courtyard.

Who said anything

about boozing it up

in the courtyard?

I don't know

if this is such a good idea.

Actually, it's a great idea.

Good job, Billy.

Maybe you're not as much

of a dry spot as I thought.

Thanks... I think.

Come, darling.

Let's dance.

All right, class.

Attention.

Yes, miss Russell.

I would like each of you all

to write a three-page report

on Shakespeare's

"taming of the shrew"

and why it's such

a chauvinistic piece of...

how about I tame

your shrew?

Hey.

That's my line.

Hey, I need

to show you something.

Geez, Billy.

Where'd all this come from?

My brother, he hooked me...

he hooked us up

for our one-month anniversary.

That's really sweet,

but come on.

One month

isn't much to celebrate.

Are you kidding me?

This has been the happiest month

of my entire life.

- What's wrong?

- Nothing.

I mean, I've had a lot of fun

with you, too.

Just I'm not ready

for... You know.

For what?

That thing in your pants

pressed against me right now.

And just, you know,

we're both really young,

and we have plenty of time,

so we should just...

I know.

Exactly.

We are young,

so we should take advantage

of every moment that we have.

Billy, I said no, okay?

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