Watch the Skies

Synopsis: As Clayton Brownlee searches for answers about the disappearance of his father, he finds himself in the midst of Energia, a private defense contractor for whom his father worked.
Genre: Sci-Fi, Short
14 min

and we 'll pull your card

Oh, yeah.

It's time to come out of the pool,



What the hell, man!



Mr. Trautwig?

Is that you?

Who's there?



What the f*ck?

Listen, they gave me a gun, okay?

And they didn't teach me

to use it properly.

So, you're in a lot of danger.

If you don't just

back the f*ck up, okay?

Oh, no!

it's just a baby shower, hon.

I don't know why you're so excited

about going there.

Everything is so great here.

We used to hate New York together.

It was like one of our things.

It is great here, Evan. I love it.

It's just a little boring.

Actually, it's super boring.

I want to get out

and see the world a little bit.

Get some culture, eat some good food.

Go to a few museums.

We have museums here.

I think we're still

a couple of days away.

But when I get back,

I'm going to walk through that door...

and we're going to S-C-R-E-W...


Right on the kitchen floor.

Mmm. I love it when you spell it.


Or we could do it in the bedroom.

Thank you.

Or we could start in the kitchen,

then move up to the bedroom.

- Bye.

- Have fun.

Be safe!

I love you.

What is going on?

Whoa. Sorry, sir, I can't let you in there.

It's okay, I'm the manager.

This is my store.

I'm afraid your store is closed

until further notice.

What are you talking about?

We can't divulge that, sir.

Police policy.

Oh, wait a second, you're the manager.

Do you happen to know the name

of the guy who was working last night?

Yes, Antonio. Antonio Guzman.

Why? Did something happen to him?


Yeah, he's dead.


Are you sure?

Pretty sure.

It looks like your friend

was ripped apart by a wild animal.


We're dealing with

one sick son of a

Took the victim's skin.

Are there... any leads?

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Submitted on August 05, 2018


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