14 Cameras

Synopsis: When a family of four rent a beautiful house for their summer vacation, the price seems too good to be true. Unbeknownst to them, the lascivious owner has set up a series of spy cams ...
Genre: Horror, Thriller
Director(s): Seth Fuller (co-director), Scott Hussion (co-director)
Production: 30 Bones Cinema
TV-MA
Year:
2018
90 min
151 Views


[keys clacking]

[mouse clicks]

[man coughing]

[woman]

So sexy.

[man]

Come here.

[woman]

Your breath stinks.

[man chuckles]

Look who's talking.

[woman]

We should get going.

[man]

No, skip it.

We are going to be late.

[sighs]

[water running]

F***ing hate brunch.

- Hey, babe...

- Yeah?

Hot water's

not turning on again.

- Are you serious?

- Can you call?

- [sighs]

- She seems nice.

Just see if she can

do something about it.

Give me a sec.

[phone line tolling]

[man breathing heavily]

Uh, hi, is this Amy

from VacaSwap?

[man groans]

Message?

Uh, yeah, there's no

hot water over here.

I was wondering if you

could send somebody to...

[man]

Okay.

- Hey, babe?

- Yeah?

- Did you call?

- Some dude answered.

Okay.

Don't you think

that's weird?

We're renting

from some hot chick,

and some dude answers?

It's probably her husband.

Should've just rented

from a hotel.

Hey, what's the matter?

It's a little early to be so

paranoid, don't you think?

Yeah.

[both laughing]

I thought my breath stank.

I don't care.

Neither do I.

[laughing]

[woman giggles, squeals]

[couple kissing]

[woman laughing]

[sniffs]

[sniffing]

[breathing heavily]

Mm.

[moans]

[machine whirring loudly]

[man] I don't wanna go

back to Albuquerque.

[woman]

We still have a couple days.

I mean, let's...

let's take a trip.

Let's go somewhere new.

Let's fly to Chicago

or Boston or something,

- you know?

- [chuckles]

Yeah, who's gonna pay for that?

Hey, have you seen my keys?

Are you listening to me?

I can't find my keys.

Uh, did you check...

check your purse?

They're not in my purse.

Don't you wanna

go somewhere?

Like San Francisco

or something?

Sure, money bags,

if you're buying.

I feel like

I'm going crazy here.

Did you check your jeans?

[keys rattle]

[scoffs, sighs]

I could've swear

I left them on the counter.

- Well, you didn't.

- Hey, is that my toothbrush?

Yeah, mine fell

on the ground.

Gross! You can't just

use my toothbrush.

What are you nuts?

Why not?

'Cause that's gross.

It's mine.

Maybe you should,

like... If I were to...

- Whoops.

- Don't! [sighs]

[groans]

What did you do to this thing?

Nothing, what's wrong with it?

[chuckles]

Did you drop it

in the toilet or something?

- It tastes like sh*t.

- Okay, d*ckhead.

Literal sh*t.

I'm being serious.

I think you need to see

a doctor or something,

because this is heinous.

See, this is why

I don't want you

touching my things.

[knocking on door]

[knocking continues]

[lock clicks]

Hello?

Hello?

[grunts]

[clattering]

- [dog howls]

- [softly chuckles]

Okay, okay.

There you go.

There you go.

[water running]

[yells]

[dog barking]

[woman screaming]

[barking and screaming continue]

[screaming intensifies]

[thud]

[panting]

[dog barking]

[man panting]

[breathing heavily]

[barking continues]

[dog barking]

[man grunting]

[dog lapping liquid]

[breathing heavily]

- [boy] It's bullshit.

- [woman] Hey.

If Molly can bring Danielle,

I should be able to bring Will.

- Molly's in college.

- I'm a senior!

Well, then next year.

[man] Will's a pain in the ass!

What about Drew?

[man] No, not that kid.

He doesn't wear deodorant.

Sweetheart, what do you think

of this one?

Come here.

[chuckles]

Yeah, I don't think

I want to rent

from the Unabomber.

Okay, then what about this one?

- Yeah?

- Mm-hmm.

What do you think

of this place?

See yourself sitting poolside

here for a couple weeks?

Who are we renting from?

Her.

- She seems nice.

- [man] Hmm, yeah.

[grunts]

[engine starts]

Help!

Help!

[panting]

Help! Somebody help me!

[muffled]

Help!

Help, somebody!

Help!

[screaming]

Oh, my God!

- [grunting]

- [screaming]

[screaming continues]

[straining]

It's time little girls

go to sleep.

[door unlocking]

Why are you wet?

Where are you going?

[cartoon music plays]

[engine shuts off]

[Molly] How far out of town

is this place?

[mom]

The website says it's within

walking distance

of the nightlife.

They all say that.

Well, all I can do

is read the description.

Did you check

the map on the site?

What map?

The map, so you can

call bullshit

when they say everything

is walking distance.

I didn't see a map.

Great, the last house

was miles back.

[dad]

Well, I guess you're stuck

hanging out with us then.

Hey, Danielle, you ever

play Settlers of Catan?

- I don't think so.

- Can we borrow the car?

- [mom laughs]

- Already?

We haven't even

gotten there yet.

Okay, could you just

give the place a chance?

It's not like

it's gonna kill you.

[bird squawking]

Wow.

This place is insane.

See?

Your mother's not such

an idiot after all.

You know what I mean.

- [mom] Look at that!

- I know.

Very nice.

Well, I guess

we need to get some food.

Gross.

[dad] What?

Someone left some

fast food in here.

[groans]

Don't... Don't open it.

[gags, coughs]

It smells like...

like old mayo.

[chuckles] A morbid curiosity,

you know that?

[groans]

Where are you going?

I'm throwing this away outside.

You want something

from the store?

- Now?

- Yeah.

You know, it's kind of a haul,

and the kids are

gonna be hungry soon.

- Okay.

- I'll be back in a few.

The closest Uber

is 45 minutes away.

This house is pretty sick.

No, we're going to be stuck

with my parents

playing board games

all week... sober.

Here.

- [coughs]

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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