Synopsis: A Royal Marine awakens to find himself imprisoned and forced to fight to the death against inhuman opponents again and again.
Genre: Horror, Thriller
Director(s): Luke Massey
Production: Xlerator Media
81 min


Alpha, roger so far, over.

3-1 Bravo,

roger so far, over.

3-1 Charlie,

roger so far, over.

There is

suspicious vehicle movement

from subjects

in paramilitary uniforms

at grid 0-9er-


Safety patrol

and cordon required, over.

3-1 Alpha, roger that.

They just pulled out.

3-1 Bravo, roger.

ETA 6. 3 out.

3-1 Charlie,

roger that ETA figure. 6 out.

Come on.

Come on.

Come on.

Hello? Hello?


This is 2-1 Bravo!


IED device detonated, heavy

machine-gun fire inbound!

One serious casualty!

Come back!

Come back!

Come back!




A.J. Budd.

My name...

is A.J. Budd.

My name is A.J. Budd.

Wait! Wait! Wait!

Just stop!

Just fucking stop!

Be nice! Be nice!


Just wait a moment!

Just... F*ck!

I will fucking drop you

where you st...


2-1 Bravo, contact!

IED device detonated!

One serious casualty!

Anyone else injured?

Cease fire!


Someone's watching.

I'm getting out.

I'm getting out!

My name is

Lieutenant Edward Sterling

of the 12th London Regiment.

I have been trapped

inside this awful place

for what feels

like a lifetime.

I fear I will

never leave it alive.

I write this for whatever man

is next trapped in this prison.

Let me tell you the rules,

which, though unwritten,

you must live

or surely die by.

You will be fed

and watered every day,

the same food

every day, forever.

You will grow to hate

the sight and smell of it.

You are trapped here.

There is no escape

from the house.

It is sealed by unholy means.

The house never changes.

It is eternal.

I have smashed

and hacked and burned,

but every day, I awake

to find it the same as before.

Most important of all...

every day the bell will ring...

Come on, you barmy bastard!

And every day

you must fight or die.

You must prepare for war.

You must kill or be killed.

There is no mercy.

They never stop coming.

You must slaughter

them all...

or die yourself.

These creatures

are unnatural.

No matter what you do,

by morning,

they will vanish...

and when the bell tolls,

they will come

for you again.

Your worst enemy is time.

The empty, endless days

will grind you down to nothing.

Occupation and industry

are key.

Find work or go mad.

If you have succeeded me

into this life of pain,

then I truly pity you,

my friend.




Thank you, Wembley,

and good night!

If not for my faith,

I'd have taken

my life years ago.

If you are reading this...

Then you are lost

and damned like me.

Front support position!


Arms bend!

And stretch!

And bend!

And stretch!

And bend!

And stretch!


F*ck's sake.

These creatures

are murderers...

Wild things without souls,

rabid beasts to be put down

like mad dogs.

Animals are better

trapped than fought.

I use brains, not brawn.

It's simple enough work.

I use my prison

against itself.

Rope made

from curtain cloth...

attached and used as a hoist

for the beam from the cellar...

Made to prey on

the creature's blinded eyes.

A single sound

is all it takes

to lure them in.

Swift and deadly.

It leaves a subject

for examination.

I've scoured every inch

of this cage,

and now I shall look

elsewhere for answers.

Royal Marines!

Royal Marines!


Come on, you fucking

snarly grub f*ck!


Come on, big boy!

Come on!

Come on!

Yeah! Royal Marines!


Brrr brrr.

Brrr brrr.


Stand to!

Stand to!

Wait till you see the whites

in their eyes!

Hello, 5-1 Alpha,

this is 2-1 Bravo,

fire mission! Over!

Snarly grub fucks inbound!

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Luke Massey

Luke Massey was born 12 June 1984 (as Luke Morrison), is a British screenwriter and film director, known for making movies such as Armistice (2011) and 500 Miles North (2014). more…

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Submitted on August 05, 2018


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