Bastard

Synopsis: Five strangers - newlywed serial killers, a suicidal, depressed policemen, and two young runaways with a secret - become suspects and potential victims when a masked murderer makes its presence known in an isolated mountain town.
Genre: Horror
Director(s): Powell Robinson (co-director), Patrick Robert Young (co-director)
Production: After Dark Films
  1 win.
 
IMDB:
4.6
R
Year:
2015
82 min
Website
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(RAIN FALLING)

(THUNDER RUMBLING)

(MAN)

Are you okay?

Miss!

(ENGINE STOPS)

Miss.

Where are you going?

Wherever you can take us.

The usual.

It'd be a pleasure, Miss...

Miss Hannah.

Good to meet you, Miss Hannah.

You should get in the car.

Yeah?

If you want a ride.

(CHUCKLES)

Hey, we really appreciate this.

So, do you have a name?

Uh, yeah. Max.

Well, Maxy...

(CHUCKLES)

You got a nice car.

You're sweet.

(MAN)

Hey, I think we're ready.

Do you mind if I check my ride?

I don't wanna forget my toothbrush.

Just hurry it up.

I don't wanna roast out here. It's burning.

Dibs.

- Bullshit.

- Come on. It's my turn.

I reeled him in. He's my fish to fry.

Semantics.

Big word.

Rock, paper, scissors.

What, are we seven?

You have to get used to it

if you want a kid around.

Right?

- I win.

- I guess you do.

Are you serious about that kid?

Hammer-time serious.

You can light the next one up, babe.

- Okay?

- Mm-hmm.

(SIGHS)

Shit. That's a hell

of a long time for a toothbrush.

- I needed my floss too.

- Yeah?

Well, some say that's more important.

(LIGHTER FLICKING)

You're gonna have to get in the back, man.

Sorry.

(CHUCKLES)

Step out of the car.

- Huh?

- Step out of the car, Maxy.

- What the f*ck is this?

- Dude.

Don't panic. Happens to the best of us.

- And the worst.

- And the worst.

Get the f*ck out of my car right now.

What the...

(SHOUTING)

(GRUNTING)

Hey, babe?

I was thinking about, like, drugs and that.

Like how people

will classify something a drug...

- (SAWING)

- and stamp it with this negativity.

(PANTING)

You know, like weed.

Like, all this negativity

for something so happy.

- (BONE SNAPS)

- (SAWING CONTINUES)

But then I got to thinking, like...

can't anything be a drug?

You know? Like water. Okay?

Water's a drug. Seriously.

You go cold turkey on water...

(GRUNTING CONTINUES)

your throat swells up, you hallucinate...

get the shakes and, like, die.

That's a worse relapse

than I've seen a heroin junkie get.

Where's the warning label

on a bottle of water? Huh? Huh?

"May get addicted.

Side effects... drowning and dizziness."

What do you think?

Babe.

Hey.

How you doing?

- I'm...

- Awful.

Dainty. Empathetic.

I'm terrific.

Good.

'Cause you're my drug.

Mrs. Hannah West.

- (SAWING)

- (GRUNTING)

You can't do this, Jake.

I-I'm only doing what you can't.

Don't. I'll talk to him.

I'll make him stop.

(TV:
SPORTS ANNOUNCER, CROWD CHEERING)

(DOG BARKS)

(BARKING)

- Look at you.

- (SCOFFS) Look at you.

- You look afraid.

- What would I have to be afraid of?

- There comes a time in every man's life...

- Holy shit. You know what?

I'm gonna pass on the Tumblr life advice.

This guy? He's a real keeper.

- (WOMAN) Please.

- (MAN) What do you want me to do?

Do something!

Stop him!

No!

(WHIMPERS)

If you were smart, you'd leave too.

Hey, you ready?

Yeah?

What?

- I-I need my paintbrush.

- Paintbrush.

- I'll buy you new ones, okay?

- Okay.

(SPEAKERS:
DRUM INTRO)

(LOUNGE POP INSTRUMENTAL)

(CONTINUES)

(CONTINUES)

(CLICKS OFF)

- (GASPS)

- Michael!

You look like an absolute mess.

- What's going on in here?

- I-I... I slept too late.

(CHUCKLES)

Just in time for Passions, huh?

- You okay?

- Yeah.

Okay, then. Did you remember to...

Wait, wait, wait, wait. Um...

- What?

- (STAMMERING) Nothing.

What's going on in here?

Is there somebody else here?

Whoa! No. Why would you

automatically think that?

- You're hiding something.

- No.

Just... Just calm down.

I don't get why you're acting so weird.

I'm sorry.

I... I just had a rough day at work today.

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