Dark Vale

Synopsis: While exploring the ancient ruins of a church outside London, a young couple is stalked and haunted by the vengeful spirit of Lady Lucy, who was murdered at the vale over a century ago on her wedding day.
Genre: Horror

You are making me a

breakfast in the morning.

[laughing] Is that so?

I'll make you anything you want.


[rain splattering]

[sighing] Oh, it's freezing.

- Well this is lovely.

- Yeah.

Where'd you find this?

Uh, got it for the whole

weekend, I know some people.

Have we?

Yeah, at least the

weather held out for us.

Brilliant, yeah.

[laughing] Followed

the wrong crowd.


I can't believe this

is ours for the weekend.





Dead flowers, it's okay.

No seriously I, I just

bought them two hours ago,

how could they have

died so quickly?

[Leah] Oh don't

worry about it.

- No, no, seriously...

- You can get me some more.

They shouldn't be dead now.

It's okay.

No, no, no, no, seriously I,

I just bought them

like two hours ago,

- they shouldn't...

- Oh, don't worry about it.

You can get me some more.

Yeah but how can they be dead?

I think I just saw

something go past the window.

Well it's just your

imagination babe,

there's nothing there.

Cheap bloody flowers.

[birds chirping]

Hey babe, it stopped

raining, sun's even out.

Make us a coffee, would ya?

What, did your

last slave die off?

Yes you are, do as

you're told, lady.

[birds chirping]

Thank you.

Here we go.

[light, eerie piano music]

[wind whipping]

You know what, that

was so stupid, Tom.

Look, I said I

was sorry, okay?

It was so stupid, you

said we were gonna have fun.

Punching guys in pubs

isn't fun, not at all.

He chugged a drink

over you because you said

you wouldn't dance with him.

So, it's a dress,

it will wash.

Look, some guys just don't

take no for an answer, okay.

How'd you think it

made me feel to see him

stood there with his

hands all over you?

We're still talking

about this guy.

Oh my god, you brought

me here to forget about

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