Dead Shack

Synopsis: While staying at a run-down cabin in the woods during the weekend, three children must save their parents from the neighbor who intends to feed them to her un-dead family.
Genre: Comedy, Horror
Director(s): Peter Ricq
  2 nominations.
85 min


Uh, can I get some coffee?

You know, com- don't listen

to him.

He's making me sound like

I'm an irresponsible parent.

We'll just get four beers,


( silence )

Nope, still nothing.

I'll get the Trucker's Breakfast

please and thank you.

Uh, salad, please.

Uh, can I get toast and jam,


Uh, can I just get some

eggs and shit?

Colin, come on.

Can I have some eggs

and shit, please?

Eggs and shit

coming right up.

Thank you.

Shouldn't take too long.

That's- you wanna

take those?


Ok, we'll just leave them.

So, guys, who's excited,


Camping trip?

I'm excited.

Going to a cabin.

We're gonna act

like rednecks,

or people who don't trust

the government, huh?

You already don't.

I know I don't, yeah.

So, Jay?

Not excited?

Your dad doesn't take you

camping or something?

No, my dad's not really

the camping type, Mr. Slade.

Yeah, 'cause your dad's more

of the dick-sucking type, right?

( smack )


Woah, Colin, too much. Uh uh.

No, I mean, that's what

Jason says

and Jay knows I'm just

messin' with him.

That's how we roll.

What, you act like a little

douche and then Jason

politely takes it?

Hey, I don't just take it.

You kinda do, Jay.

Yeah, you kinda do,

Jay, honestly.

You need to toughen up

a little bit, you know?

Start with a power five,

you know?

See, a power five.

Like this, come on.

Power five!

Like that.

We'll work on it.

We'll work on it

this weekend.

Or you could just be super

butchy like Summer.

Hey, shut up, pube-head.

Uh uh, stop it.

Stop what?

Stop wasting food, Colin.

Ketchup is not food,

Ronald Reagan.

Ok, stop it now-


Guys, come on!

( laughing )

Oh man!

Shit, Colin!

Colin, enough. Seriously.

Summer, language.

Jason, bathroom.

I'm sorry about that, Jay.

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