Scourge

Synopsis: An ancient pestilence called The Scourge has been set free in a small town after being entombed in a church's masonry for a century and a half. As bodies rapidly pile up, nothing stands between the spawning Scourge and the rest of the town except our young heroes Scott and Jessie who rediscover their love for each other in the process.
Director(s): Jonas Quastel
Production: Grindstone Entertainment
  1 win & 2 nominations.
 
IMDB:
4.3
R
Year:
2008
92 min
9 Views

Feel like the sky

is falling

But maybe it ought to

Maybe that's what it takes

To make a change

And if that's

what it takes

To make me believe

The closer I get,

the less it matters #

and then some kid

comes along

with a bottle rocket.

What are you

going to do?

And if you surrender

Maybe you'll get it back

And if you surrender

Maybe

Well, I'm not sure

what it's for

But it's tattooed,

tattooed on my life

Oh, yeah

And I'm not sure

what it's for

But it's

tattooed on my life

Well, maybe I've been

waiting for something

Waiting on the corner

With a copy

of the Enquirer

Oh, boy, I read

the news today

Same news as yesterday

And if you surrender

Maybe you'll get it back

And if you surrender

Maybe

Well, I'm not sure

what it's for

But it's tattooed,

tattooed on my life

And I'm not sure

what it's for

But it's

tattooed on my life

Scotty Miller.

Sheriff.

I haven't seen you

on this side

of Harborford

for quite a while.

I kind of preferred

it that way.

I was just visiting.

Uh-huh.

Haven't you

disappointed her

enough for

one lifetime?

You know, Scotty,

I take a personal interest

in my niece's well-being,

and you of all

people should know

how important family is.

Is there something

I can do for you?

Go home, son.

Scott.

Jess.

Two years. Wow.

Yeah, I heard

you were in town.

My parents bought a

new boat in California,

sailing it back for

their 25th anniversary,

and I'm

the house-sitter.

School's good?

Yeah.

I was sorry to hear

about your dad passing.

Did you get my, uh-

Letter. Yeah.

How's your mom?

California.

New husband.

What is that now,

the third?

Well...

Yeah...

Bye.

Bye.

Scott-

Yeah?

Look, it's freezing out.

Do you want something

hot before you go?

You sure?

Yes, I'm sure.

Deja vu.

My mom keeps

it untouched.

It's weird.

I can't believe you're

still in Harborford.

You always wanted

to leave so bad.

Rub it in.

I was all set

to do the big move,

and then my dad got sick-

No way!

Didn't I make you

that bracelet?

- Of course.

- It's so bad.

It's cute.

What the hell?

How many summer days

did we totally waste up here?

We were awful.

I was a bad influence.

Scott,

I'm sorry I

stopped calling,

- My parents, and then school.

- It's all right.

Don't worry about it.

I understand.

I do, and your

parents were right.

How was it for you?

Not that bad.

Eight months,

three squares a day.

More than I

could count on

at home most

of the time, right?

Yeah.

Anyway, it's

ancient history now.

Really cleaned up.

Honest, you'd hardly

recognize me.

Yeah, right.

I'm in college,

here at Sherwood,

on the hockey team,

until the end of

the semester at least.

Then I'm out of here.

What do you mean?

I'm leaving this place.

- For good.

- Where are you going?

I don't know.

California, maybe.

Just gotta go.

Are you seeing anybody?

No.

Wow, what's her name?

Lydia.

It's nothing serious.

Why not?

Half the time,

I'm crazy about her.

Half the time,

I just want to kill her.

- How about you?

- Well, no one in particular.

I'd better get going.

Yeah, we hit the ice

in an hour.

You should come by, though.

We'll grab a coffee and a

claw over at Fred's later.

Well, won't you be

seeing Lydia tonight?

It's girls' night,

and she's going out.

Okay.

If you just joined us,

it's top of the ninth,

two outs with nobody on,

and one out away-

Hey, Josh,

you want a beer?

This will

fix his stomach.

Josh?

What the-

What the f*ck!

At the blue line!

Whoa!

This way! This way!

What the hell?

C'mon! Let's do

something about this!

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