Arbor Demon

Synopsis: An adventurous woman with a secret from her husband insists the couple go camping to reconnect. Something in the woods wipes out a group of hunters nearby, preventing the couple from leaving their tent. Secrets and supernatural stories come to light, and they must determine if the real threat is inside or outside their enclosure.
100 min

You're doing it again.

You're interrupting.

You woke me up

twice last night.

I don't know how the guys

are gonna put up with

you for three months.

Was I good?

Think you're getting nervous

about going on the road.

Come here.

You guys are gonna

be great.

Don't worry about it.

I know what I'm getting into,


You're gonna stick with "nails,"


You can't call me something

more traditional,

like "babe" or "sweetheart"

or something?

I don't know.

I'm not traditional.

Neither are you.

Come back to bed if you want

something traditional.

Oh, god, oh!

You call me nails

one more time...

It's an amazing name.

Do you know how awesome it is

to have a nickname like that?

You would like

"dickface," et cetera?

Oh, really?

You don't like "dickface"?

Mm, I like "nails."

I like "dickface."

I'll stop for now.

I'm gonna miss you.

You'd better.

I had that dream

again last night.

Oh! About the woods?

The woods. The far woods.

It was special.

It was peaceful.

We could stay in bed

the weekend instead.

Come on, you love camping.

We can connect to our inner

caveman and cavewoman.

Oh, god. Sorry.

Give me a second.

You ok?

Yeah, I just need

to take a shower.

These are really good.

Hi, this is Dana Baker

calling to confirm

her appointment for Monday.

Right, I need a ride.

Right, of course.

Um, and if I change my mind...

Uh, yes, I have.

Yes, I do understand.

Ok, yeah.

Ok, thank you.

Who was that?

Oh, I just double-booked

myself for Tuesday.

You overpack?

Whatever it takes.

Happy anniversary.

I thought we said no presents.

Well, I can't take it back.

Is it a compass?

I love it, it's perfect.

You're always such a sh*t.

Thank you, baby.

We could just pitch

a tent here instead.

Where's the fun in that?

Don't forget anything.

Wait, wait, wait.

You're so weird.


Think you love that camera

more than you love me.


Did you reach out to Jenny?

No, but I will.

Nails, you need

to make more friends.

I don't want you moping

around the house

for six months all alone.

It's sweet that you're worried about me.

I'm fine.

That bad?

You're so f***in' photogenic.

You know, maybe

when you come back,

we can have a conversation about

having a little rock star.


You could teach him how

to play guitar.

Dana, we're not that couple.

What couple?

Double deep in poop

and preschools.

I don't know, you love

your brother's kids.

Because I'm the cool uncle

and you're the cool aunt.

We're the exciting couple

that travels and has adventures.

Well, having a family

is an adventure.

Dana, we talked about this

when we got married.

You were always the one

that said no kids.

"Nails" suits you.

"Mommy" doesn't.

Sorry, I just...

I don't know why you're

bringing this up now.

Let's just enjoy the time

we have together, ok?

All right.

No stress?

Did you make

the boat reservation?


Hey. You ok?

You got it?

Let's do it.

It's overgrown.


You ok?

You ok?

Yeah. Just gimme a sec.

We can stop.

You remember the echo?



Man, it's beautiful up here

all alone.

We're not alone.

What is that,

a four-Wheeler?

I guess.

They got a shitty taste in beer.


Let's head this way.


Come on.

Come on!

The guys... If we went down

to your studio for like an hour,

just got a group shot

in the Van,

we could put it on a t-shirt.

Each venue, I don't know,

the guys are saying we could

make a couple hundred bucks.

Might come in handy.

Yeah. Yeah,

i could do that. Sure.

Watch out.

I don't know

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Michelle Davidson

Michelle Davidson (born 1970), is a U.S. Masters Swimmer and a long distance, open water swimmer. She is one of only 84 swimmers in the world who have ever accomplished the Triple Crown of swimming: (1) swimming the 21 miles (34 km) across the English Channel; (2) swimming 20.2 miles (32.5 km) across the Catalina Channel in southern California; and (3) swimming 28.5 miles (45.9 km) around the New York City island of Manhattan. Born in 1970, Davidson is a resident of the Ocean Grove section of Neptune Township, New Jersey, and is employed as a teacher at Holmdel High School. Either individually, or with her swimming partner Nancy Steadman Martin, she has made seven long distance swims between the years 2000 and 2010. These include: Swimming 21 miles across the English Channel in 2004 in 13 hours 45 minutes, Swimming around the island of Manhattan (28.5 miles) in 2000, 2003 and 2007, Swimming southern California's 20.2 mile Catalina Channel Completing the 22 mile Ederle Swim from Battery Park, NY to Sandy Hook, NJ in 2006 and 2010.While known primarily for her long distance swims, she has been named to the U.S. Masters Swimming's list of All Americans on three occasions, having posted the fastest time in an event/age group in at least one of the organization's three official courses. Since 2003, Davidson has competed in 144 U.S. Masters Swimming short course events, winning 73 of these competitions (51%).In addition to swimming, Davidson is world class paddle boarder who in 2004, was a member of a relay team that paddled from Cuba to Florida,; has run five marathons in five states; competed in an Ironman competition; and has won the U.S. Lifeguard Association's "Run-Swim-Run" and Iron Woman competition.Davdison was an Ocean Grove lifeguard for 26 years and the lifeguard manager for the 15 years. She is listed as a Notable Resident of Ocean Grove. March 28, 2016 Davidson and long time swim partner, Nancy Steadman Martin swam from Lani Island to Maui Island Hawaii the new record setting time: 5 hours 5 minutes more…

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