Boggy Creek

Synopsis: Following the death of her father in a terrible accident, sweet, yet troubled Jennifer and her friends decide to check out her dad's cabin that's located in the deep woods of Boggy Creek, Texas. While staying at said cabin for a week, Jennifer and company run afoul of an evil and vicious monster of local legend that kills men and abducts women.
Genre: Horror
Director(s): Brian T. Jaynes
Production: Boggy Creek Productions
 
IMDB:
3.2
NOT RATED
Year:
2010
87 min
9 Views

Stop! God damn it!

Dumb ass, you pulls up your

crime scene like that you're gonna

contaminate the damn evidence.

Oh my God!

Oh yeah!

Looks like the kid

is ripped... apart.

It's Casey Gotrea and his daddy.

You know what

did this, don't you?

You don't want to hear

that ignorant shit, Mark.

I mean you and me both of us

know what did this, Sheriff

I'm out...

When you finished with

what you're doing there,

call the Coroner's office

and get him out here.

I forgot to take, Sheriff.

You still don't believe

how many dead bodies...

Now!

We're all packed. Do you want

to know where? Here we come.

Let's go to my home.

I've got to shower.

- Um Jen.

- Yeah.

I have a little confession to make.

What did you do this time?

Remember when I told you my father's

godson was staying with us for a few weeks?

Yeah, Dave or something...

you said your dad was like

helping him with career planning stuff.

Right.

I invited him to stay with us at

the cabin for a couple of nights.

But only for a couple of nights.

And then the rest of the

week, it'll just be me and you,

and we'll just hang

and do girl's stuff.

You know.

Have fun.

Maya.

This isn't supposed to be a party.

I know. And I know I

should have asked you first.

But he really needs some time away.

He's been through some shitty stuff.

He's just as confused as you are,

But he doesn't have a mom

like you, to attend to, you know.

He's pretty lost.

- You think I can talk to my mom.

- Yeah. Why not?

Mom's great, Jen. I don't

understand why you hate her so much.

Are you mad?

Shit! You're mad.

Jen.

I'm not mad.

You know I can't be mad at you.

You're going to love him.

He's really cool.

And he's smart like you, not

to mention he's smokin' hot.

Maybe the two of you could,

you know... hang out.

I don't think so.

Well, he is cute.

If he wasn't in fact my brother,

I'll probably do him.

I'm sure you will, Maya.

- Bitch.

- Slut.

Hey ya, the way I see it...

it will be good for you.

You've always been such a loner.

Plus, with me going away

to school next month.

Anyway, being around someone besides me

might help draw you out of your funk.

It's only a couple of days.

Cause you are cute.

Who's that girl?

I have no clue.

- Hey sweetie. How you guys doing?

- Okay.

- Guess we beat you here.

- Guess so.

Jen, this is Dave.

Dave, this is Jennifer.

- Hey Jen, how are you doing?

- Good. Okay.

Nice to meet you.

Yeah, and I brought

my friend, Brook.

Who is she?

You never mentioned a girl.

This is the girl I'm seeing.

You won't even know she is here.

- It is okay, right?

- Oh, the more the merrier.

So.

What is there to do around here?

Uhh, there's canoeing,

we can rent a bike.

Skinny dip,

You can bake in the sun.

Just saying it's quicker.

Good work.

Want to do it again?

Ok, to the tree and back.

Okay, on your

mark, get set, go.

Same time if you're tired. We'll do

more once your breath pick up a bit.

Jen, I have to be going.

You want to come say bye to me?

Troy, just still take

good care of her.

Yes, I will.

I'll be back on Sunday, okay?

I want you to call me every night

before you go to sleep, alright sweetie.

Want to give me a hug?

Jen, why don't you want

to give me a hug? Come here.

- You won't forget to call?

- No, I won't forget.

- Have fun.

- I will.

Be seeing you.

I love you, okay.

Daddy!

Yeah. What was that for?

I just missed you.

I just miss you so much.

Oohh. Princess.

Are you there Jen?

Hello.

Jen, you okay?

Oh, I'm great.

I'm not paying attention. Fine.

Excuse me.

- Home sweet home.

- Oh, my God.

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