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.
92 min

Come on!

Hey, come on!

Oh, my God.

What are you doing here?

You are so bad.

Come on, let's go!

Do it!

Oh! Take it easy!

What is this thing

you're wearing?




Don't ever call me!



What are you

doing back here?

Um, I had to

use the restroom.

It's back there.

So you guys lost.

Huh. I'm surprised

you noticed.

Hey. Who's this?

Lydia, this is Jesse,

an old friend.

Oh, you mean

old buddy, don't you?


Scott, you didn't

have to lie to me.

I wouldn't have

been threatened

by an old girlfriend.

Oh, no.

Jesse and I were never-

I just want

there to only be

truth between us.

I'd better get going, so-

No, please, don't.

Will you excuse us

for a moment? Lydia...

Truth, huh?

Tell me who this

belongs to.


I didn't want

to tell you about him.

He's been obsessed

with me since last year.

I mean,

he showed up tonight,

and I tried

to talk to him,

but he got weird,

so I left.

That's all.

Come on. I'm sorry.

Will you ever

forgive me, kind sir?

Lydia, come on.

You're going to

make me pay for this,

aren't you?

Remember, we're

going out tonight.

- What?

- I'll be ready by 8.

I guess I must have-

Forgotten, yeah.

You still want

to grab that coffee?

I should get going.

Fun game, though.

Old friend?

We'll see

about that.

Hi, leave a message

and I'll call

you back... maybe.

I'm at your window.

I can see you're home.

You up there

with your fire chief?

I'm not doing this anymore.

We're done. I'm out.



Get lost,

crazy broad!



It's funny. I thought

I'd be more pissed.

But it's like you

let me off the hook.

I'm talking to you, Lydia!


Oh shit!

What happened?

Did you get him back

for last time?


Ah, don't worry

about it.

Hey, Ty.

- Go ahead.

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