BloodRayne II: Deliverance

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2007
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The Wild West.

This is it.

Howdy!

This is it.

Howdy, Tex.

Is the Mayor up here?

Deliverance, Mr. Piles,

is not just some small town

waiting for the railway

to pass through

to give it some sense of life.

No, no, no, Deliverance

is the epitome

of the American Dream.

It is not some Sin City

of libations and fornication.

It is the heart

of all future prosperity.

When that railroad

comes through,

we are not simply

building a train station.

We are building a whole

railroad service yard.

We're gonna mine coal

in those hills.

We have found a seam of coal

that is so wide you could drive...

Mr. Mayor, I have

some questions.

Yes, please, Mr. Piles.

I am happy to answer

any question you have,

just go right ahead.

I came looking for wild

stories of the Wild West.

- Things like that.

- Yes, certainly

Well, Mr. Piles, I'm afraid

you'll find Deliverance

a lot less wild than you've

been lead to believe.

- Finished?

- Mm-hmm.

Dad, can you read us

a story?

Why don't you go

pick one out, all right?

Dad will be in

in five minutes.

Okay.

That's good.

It's late in the season

for this much snow.

We read that yesterday.

You know, that snow's

gonna turn to mud.

Just like the got down

in the city.

It might be June before

we can start planting.

We'll make do.

We always find a way.

Goddamn bear's back!

Be careful.

We're gonna figure this out.

Let's read that.

What was that?

Vince?

You two stay put.

Vince?

All right,

get under the bed.

Get under.

Are you sad, children?

Do you miss your mother

and father already?

Don't worry.

You'll join them

soon enough.

No, no, no!

Let go of me!

Ow!

William!

So the railway's

coming to Deliverance.

The man said it,

and it's true.

Uh, Sheriff,

if you and Sadie

want to spend the night,

I got a free bed for you.

Well, I appreciate

the offer.

But my lady Sadie here

prefers her own bed

at night.

All right.

Bid you good night.

Easy.

Hey, hey, hey, hey.

Why don't you go on

and check on the little ones?

I'll-I'll finish up

down here.

Okay?

All right.

Good night.

Good night, folks.

Lock up tight, you hear?

With all that's been

going on, best be careful.

All right, Sheriff.

Sheriff, evening.

Night, Mayor.

Night, Sheriff.

Aren't you cashing in

your chips a little early

leaving tomorrow?

Look, Mayor,

if I don't find the "wild"

in the West soon,

my paper's gonna

cut me lose.

Yeah.

Deliverance is about

the quietest town

on the frontier.

That's an understatement.

When that rail service

comes in next week,

there'll be a whole lot

more going on.

Well, I can't wait that long.

Hmph.

You better be sleeping.

What's wrong?

We-

we saw somebody outside.

What?

Unh!

Aah!

Please...

don't hurt my children!

I'll do anything.

Mom, please!

Anything!

That's what I'm counting on.

Sally!

No!

Please leave them alone!

That's far enough!

This here is a good town.

And I'm the law here,

young fella.

Get your hands off of me!

Now you let those children go

this damned instant!

You let the children go!

Now...

you drop those guns.

I said drop them!

Aah!

I am Franklin Holden,

Mayor of...

My house is at your disposal.

Excuse me, sir.

My name is Newton Piles.

I'm with

the Chicago Chronicle.

I'm writing stories

about the West.

Tell me, Mr... Piles.

Is telling stories

your reason to live?

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Then bear witness

to the greatest story ever told.

Bernadette?

Bernadette!

Vince!

Bernadette!

William!

Jessie!

You better have something

interesting to say, mister.

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