Angels Crest

Synopsis: Teddy offers a co-worker a ride to work. He makes an unscheduled stop in the woods...where he has something special planned.
Genre: Thriller
Director(s): J. Michael Couto
Production: Coast 2 Coast Films
 
IMDB:
5.3
R
Year:
2002
87 min
24 Views

Whoa, look at Rachel's balloon.

Look at that balloon.

All right, she's gonna

let it go on three.

One, two, three.

Oh, I got attacked by a balloon.

What's up with that?

Hey, Nate, you got a cake nose!

Dadda?

Daddy, wake up.

I wet my bed.

Okay.

Okay.

It's all right.

There we go.

Okay.

Is that okay?

Go back to sleep.

It's bed time, okay?

Is Dadda awake?

No, Dadda not awake.

Dadda, there's snow.

- Snow?

- Come see!

- Where?

- Over there.

Is it getting you?

Snow.

It's getting snow all over.

Do that again.

- Hey, buddy.

- Yeah.

- You wanna go outside?

- Yeah.

Want to build a snowman?

- Yeah.

- Then let's go.

Seven...

11...

aren't ya?

Who's my little guy?

All right, I got you. Two arm.

Love you.

- Hey, you know what?

- What?

I think Charlie might be

a little cold in the snow.

- Should we leave Charlie behind?

- Yeah.

- Bye, Charlie.

- Bye, Charlie.

Bye-bye,

Charlie.

- Yeah.

- Bye-bye, Charlie.

- Are we gonna make a snowman?

- Yeah.

- Are we gonna go sledding?

- Yeah.

Oh, it's really cold, Nate.

Are you gonna sit beside me?

I can't.

Daddy's gotta drive.

Let's put your

little arm through. There.

Is Charlie okay?

I'm sure Charlie's just fine.

Are you sleeping?

You wake me up,

and now you're going to sleep?

Look, there's Angie.

Hey, Ethan.

Get your blanket, here.

There you go.

What do we want

for dinner tonight, huh?

Pizza.

Look at that huge mountain.

There's a dump truck.

Vroom, vroom!

Look at that.

What do you think, champ?

Nate, hey.

Buddy, wake up.

Shit.

Nate.

Nate!

Nate!

Come on, buddy!

Let's go!

Nate!

Can I get you

anything else, Frank?

No, I'm just gonna sit here

and avoid the weather.

Don't blame you

a bit. Paul?

Tabasco.

How could I forget?

Angie's, you got her.

I'm late for work again.

It's the second time this week.

We need to keep

last night to ourselves.

You think?

Jane's gonna kill me.

Hmm.

Hey, maybe we should keep this morning

to ourselves as well.

I'm not gonna fall

for that, Rusty.

Come here.

Come here.

Cindy!

- Cindy.

- What?

Maybe you should put

some panties on first.

Oh, shit.

- Cindy, it's Angie.

- I'm coming.

Hey, Angie.

Cindy, I need you

to get dressed.

How far did you track that deer?

100 yards, maybe half a mile...

- I don't know.

- Which direction?

North. Northeast,

towards the ravine.

And how long were you gone?

10 minutes, maybe.

Maybe?

No more than 20.

I want the dogs

all over that trail, go.

Now, Charlie!

Hey, heard over the radio.

Gotta talk to Bill.

Where's Rusty?

Rusty... haven't seen him

since Trevor's last night.

Come on.

Come on.

F*ck me.

Come on.

Come back to Daddy now.

I guess I'm not

going in to work.

Got a good excuse now.

This radio work?

Yeah, sure.

# If you're happy and you know it #

# Then your face

will surely show it #

# If you're happy and you know it,

shout hurray. #

Nate.

Nate!

- Hey, Rusty.

- Hey, Charlie.

- What's going on? Where's Ethan?

- He's up in the woods.

- Okay, where? What direction?

- No, no, no, no, no.

I need you to check in

right there, right now. Go.

All right. You f*cking believe this?

- Rusty.

- Hey, Bill.

Nate!

I need some help!

F*cking...

- Ethan.

- Where were you?

F*ck, man, I didn't

have my phone on.

Where you heading?

Northeast part of the trail,

by the old campsite.

I already hit it once.

Mabe I missed something.

Okay, I'll head south.

We'll meet back here

- in two hours, okay?

- Yeah.

Hey. Cindy?

Angie's with her.

How old's Rosie now?

Um, she's coming up

on three and a half.

She's a Pisces, right?

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