Jack Goes Home

Synopsis: After his father is killed in a car crash, Jack travels home to Colorado to help nurse his mother (who was injured in the crash) back to health. There, he uncovers long buried secrets and lies within his family history, his parents, his friends and his very identity.
Genre: Drama, Horror, Mystery
Director(s): Thomas Dekker
Production: Yale Productions
Rotten Tomatoes:
100 min

God, I'm so sorry.

- Shhh. Stop it. It's fine.

I'm... I'm fine. Really.

I mean it.

- Hey, it's Shanda.

Leave a message.

Blah, blah, blah, blah, blah.

- Hey. It's me.

Um, I don't know if you got

the voicemail I left you earlier

about the accident

and my parents.

Uh... yeah, I...

I just wanted to touch base.

I'll probably get in

around 1:
00 tomorrow,

just cab it from the airport.

Uh, anyway, I'm fine.

Excited to see you, shithead.

- Yeah, I had...

I had to come out here.

He's my best friend.

I changed my flight to his.

I think he's asleep.

Yeah, yeah,

I'll see you... then.

Yeah, love you, too.

Okay, bye.


- Ah...

- Jack?

Jack, I think

you're sleepwalking again.

- Ah...

- I don't wanna wake you

or upset you,

but you need to go back to bed,


You have to wake up early


For the airport.

Jack, what...

What are you saying?

What are you saying, Jack?

- Anne frank.

- What?

- Up there.

I... want... you...

- Up where?

- I'll go up there, too.



- What's in the attic... Jack?

- Oh.


I'm in the attic.




I'm in the attic!!

- It's okay.

I'm in the attic!!

I'm in the attic!

Hey, hey, hey!


- Hey.

- I don't remember

falling asleep last night.

- Hmm. F*ck.

What time is it?

- Seven-ish.

You sleepwalked last night.

- Did I?


I haven't done that in years.

- Yeah, well... you went crazy.

You beat the shit outta me.

- Jesus Christ. I'm so sorry.

- Hey, better me

than your baby momma, right?

F*ck it.

So, uh, what's in the attic?

- The attic?

- Yeah, you, uh, kept screaming

on and on about... the attic.

- I have no idea.

- Look, just so you know...

I'd do anything for you,

you stupid bitch.

- I'd do anything for you,

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