Black Creek

Synopsis: Mike and Heather's father die and they go to his favorite spot to spread his ashes. A cabin in the secluded woods. They are joined by some friends as they go for what is supposed to be somewhat of a holiday. While there, a demon emits chaos by possessing the teens and they commit horrible acts. Welcome to Black Creek. The Hunting Season has begun.
Genre: Horror
Director(s): James Crow
Production: Last British Dragon
80 min

(skateboard rolling)

(eerie theme)

(fantasy theme)

(moody electronic music)

[Narrator] As children,

we are told stories

of monsters under the bed,

in the walls,


and inside of people.

But sometimes the monsters we

create aren't just stories.

This is my warning.

An early group of

settlers were attacked

at a camp one night.

Only one survived.

He said a large skeleton-like

figure came for them at night,

dressed in the hides of men.

They tried to shoot it.

Cut it.

Burn it.

(gun fires)

But nothing could stop it.

It simply vanished

into the forest.

- (distant scream)

- What was that?

Sure it's just a jay.

It didn't sound like a jay.

Wait here, I'll be right back.

Take this.

- What if it's a bear?

- They're hibernating, buddy.

Wolves aren't.

No wolf is coming, Peter.

Adam, I picked

up a stag trail.


(moody electronic music)


Help me.

What happened to you?

A man, he took me from school.

I don't know, he's out

here somewhere still.

You're gonna be okay.


(ominous tones)


(Peter gasps)

(ominous tones)

The other men who had

all seen it and died

had stakes impaled

into their eyes.

(music swells)

(sharp thud)

People say the Wisconsin

Skinwalker passes on

to the last person it kills,

and now forever walks among

the settlers who took the land.

Our forefathers.

(ominous tones)



Help me!


(twig snaps)

Who's there?


Help me!

Don't worry, Peter, it's me.


What are you doing?



(gun fires)

Thank you, Mike.

Maria, would you like

to give your talk on

our forefathers next?

(bell rings)

[Girl] I really liked

your story in class today.

Where'd you hear it from?

I used to go to my

dad's old hunting cabin.

He would tell me stories

like that all the time.

I'm sorry, I heard

about the accident.

Things must be hard at home.

Well, I was wondering if you

wanted to hang out sometime?

I have this story in English

class I really need to work on.

- What's it about?

- Jenna.

What're you doing

with this weirdo?

God, I heard the freak's got

actual Indian blood in him.

Leave him alone.

Shouldn't you be at a meeting

with your parole officer?


You better watch

your freak boy,

otherwise he might have a

worse accident than his dad.

[Girl] Hey, don't

worry about them.

Whatever, they're d*cks.

Well, do you wanna hang

out after school sometime?

[Mike] Yeah.

I'd like that.

[Friend] Come on, Jenna,

we're gonna be late.

(lively heavy metal music)

[Girl] Mike, turn

your music down!

[Mike] Why?

Because it's sh*t.

I'm trying to drown out yours.

It's not funny, Mike,

you're gonna wake up Mom.

Your wining couldn't

even wake her up

after the pills she's on.

(phone rings)

Hey, what's up?

Gettin' high and watching

serial killer documentaries.

You're so messed up.

Jeffrey Dahmer, he would

have been one f***ed up

contestant in Hell's Kitchen.

And he's from

Wisconsin too, man.

[Mike] Probably

went to our school.

Anyway, what're you doing?

Just wondering who's having

the biggest mental

breakdown in this house.

Oh, your mom

still going psycho?

[Mike] Nah, she doesn't

even know I'm on probation.

Doesn't she have

to like sign things?

Dude, she might as well

be as high as you right now.

Anyways, my tag

comes off tomorrow.

Wanna hang out after school?

Bro, as soon as that tag

comes off, we're going.

(door opens)

Mom, you're supposed to knock!

(dark orchestral music)

[Deputy] What're

you thinking, Sheriff?

[Sheriff] There

goes my weekend.

These injuries are consistent

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James Crow

James Crow may be the name of: James C. Crow (fl. 19th century) (1789–1856), Scottish creator of the sour mash process for making Bourbon Whiskey James F. Crow (1916–2012), American genetics professor more…

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