Call of the Wolf

Synopsis: R.D. Womack II's patiently paced thriller has been hailed, "as thrilling as it is beautiful" - Brian Corsetti, HollyScoop. Follow Lester; a privileged underachiever who awakes to find himself kidnapped and stranded in a snowbound cabin. Along with Viviana, another captive, the two must survive the brutal onslaught of winter and outsmart their kidnapper; a sniper calling himself "Wolf". With a blizzard bearing down on them the pair embarks on a deadly game of survival. Will the pair find a way through the winter storm to freedom, or will the mountain become their icy grave?
Genre: Drama, Thriller
Director(s): R.D. Womack II
Production: Womack Film Works
105 min


- Rita.


Aw come on, guys!

Come on, I'm not in the mood!

This isn't funny!

This isn't even clever!

Dammit Randy, I'll buy you

a new carpet all right?


Hey if you wanted to scare me

you could've tied me up better.



Come on.



Can anyone hear me?

I'm trapped in a

cabin somewhere,

I don't really know where it is.

I'm uh, surrounded by...


Uh, mayday.

I don't know where I am, please,

if anyone can hear

me, please help.

Think, think, okay.

Picked up Rita,

okay, I had a drink.

I had two drinks.

Then uh, then I came home.

Did I get home?

Was I drunk?

No, no, no, no, no, no,

come on, come on, come on.

Don't lose it, all right?

Okay, all right.

Okay, good.

Let's see what...


Of course.



- Lester.

- Who is this?

- Your friends call you les.

- Who is this?

Look mister, please, I need

help, I'm trapped in a cabin

and I have no idea where I am.

I think maybe if

you GPS it, though,

you'll be able to find me.

- It's

going to be very difficult

if you keep interruptin', les.

Now calm down, can you do that?

- Yes, yes.

- Good, now

how 'bout you take a seat

right there?

- Yes.

- You know

all about comfort, don't you?

Complacency, ease,

goin' out on the town

dressed to the nines and such.

Allow me to introduce myself.

You may call me wolf.

- Wolf?

Wolf like the guy on CNN?

- Yeah, just

like the guy on CNN.

I have brought you here, Lester.

- You brought me here?

You brought me here?

What the hell for?

- Would you hush up?

I know we about your situation.

- Look, I'll pay you

whatever you want.

My family will give

you whatever you want.



- I was hopin'

I wouldn't have to pull

some cuyon parlor trick

to keep ya here, Lester.

You rushed my hand.

As I was sayin' before

you interrupted,

it makes conversation

very difficult.

- Just tell me what you want.

- That's the first time

you ever been scared for your

life, isn't it silver spoon?

- Silver spoon?

I'll give you silver

spoon, you psycho.

Why don't you come in here

and I'll knock you so hard.

My family is going

to sue your ass.

Do you get that?

My uncle is a Jewish

lawyer, my friend,

that means jail time!

You could get real

acquainted with bubba.

- Feel like a big man now?

Now you tried to rush off before

I could tell you the rules.

Now in ever sport,

there's rules.

Ready to listen?

- Yes.

- Tres bon.

You are here les

because you have sinned.

Well you committed the

worst sin a boy like you

can commit.


You've wasted your life.

That's all you is,

a middle manager

at papa's company.

Still livin' in the glory

days of your frat house.

Women's objects, classic

that's an awful nice

watch you're wearin'.

Daddy get that, too?

When a boy like you

lives the way he does,

there's poison in his life.

I'm the anti-venom.

- What are you talking about?

- Manhood.

Les, you know the Indians,

they had these rituals

where they send their boys

off in the woods to survive.

And when they came back

and if they came back,

they earned the right

to be called a man.

- You've gotta be kidding me.

- You will learn les.

Sacrifice, honor, pain...

These ain't catch

phrases no more.

It is your new life.

- What is this?

- Les, if you try to

leave the cabin, I'll kill you.

And if by some miracle

you get past me,

the wilderness will kill you.

Now there's only one

way off this mountain,

so you best listen closely.

You have to man-up les, not

a mindless, wanna-be jock,

but a real man, a

who can take care of hisself.

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