Coffin 2

Synopsis: Trick is among five hostages trapped together, paralyzed from the neck down. While an FBI agent and former detective race against the clock to find their location, the group tries to figure a way out before their promised execution.
Director(s): Kipp Tribble
Production: Skyrocket Productions
101 min

(slow guitar music)

I see you cracking

bottles over your head

If it were only

you I'm seeing true

It's a lot of shipment

(tense music)

(phone vibrating)

(suspenseful music)

[Man] Tick-tock, tick-tock.

(ominous music)

Yeah, Jack and I

used to work together.

He was a normal nice guy.

Really professional,

always pleasant.

Yes, I knew his wife as well.

She was really sweet.

They seemed happy,

like they were in love.

This story is one of

the more bizarre tales

we've experienced

in a long time.

Jack Samms, serving an eight

year sentence for manslaughter.

And you set out

to blackmail them

the same way they did to you?

In a way.

[Reporter] Alleges his wife,

Rona, was having an affair.

Yeah, I knew Shawn.

Came to class one time.

Knew his lines.

Very enthusiastic.

[Reporter] Shawn

Justice, now deceased.

Pretty apparent they

had a good chemistry.

[Reporter] As you've

stated in your confession,

when you placed Trick into

a box, a coffin of sorts.

He escaped.

Samms claims that

his wife, Justice,

and a mystery man

he calls Trick,

concocted a plan to extort over

a half a million

dollars from him.

By the time he discovered

exactly what was happening,

it was already too late.

Many say that you created Trick.

That you made him up

in order to cover your

dangerous obsession

with your estranged

wife's new life

and boyfriend, Shawn Justice.

I only wish I made him up.

You did say some among

the ranks in law enforcement

have proof of Trick's existence.

Detective Scott and Epperson

could prove the

existence of him,

but why would the

detectives come forward?

Save a lot of time?

But, it's easier to

do a story on a guy,

a crazy guy in prison,

and the boogeyman.


But, I get it.

You took matters

into your own hands.

You had to find your

wife and, of course,

get your money back.

It was never about the money.

What was it about?

(heavy rock music)


Woo, Buddy.

I'm out of here.

My sister's got her foot

tapping on the front porch.

I hear you.

Can't keep the lady waiting.

You go beat that traffic.

Shoot, there she is again.

ETA, that's my cue.

I'm glad everything worked out.

Shirt and ties are

at the retreat.

We're all out for

the long weekend.

I told Ralph what

you'll be doing

and you'd leave

the place spotless.

Of course, you know, he

was, like, typical Ralph.


Anyway, I went to bat for you.

Appreciate that, Wendy.

You know I've

always got your back.

So, the place is all

yours for the weekend.

I know I'm leaving

it in good hands.

I can't wait to see

the finished product.


I used to work on

these with my dad.

You're gonna do the

finish and everything?

That's the plan.

I call shotgun

for the first run.

You got it.

Hey, I'm a girl

that loves her cars.

Okay, Buddy.

You have fun.

You too, Wendy.

[Wendy] Oh, and Buddy?


If you need me, why

don't you text or email?

I'll check when I can.

I will.

Phone service up there

is for shit, but...




Don't get into any trouble.

(tense music)

Oh, we're making

our way down this 76

We're gonna end up Oceanside

Get out the cars and

we'll grab our boards

And we're going out for a ride

Walking on the

sand, looking around

Making sure we're

on the surf side

Put on our wetsuits

and we paddle out

We're gonna have a good time

As we go down, down,

down to the beach

(suspenseful music)

(cell phone ringing)


[Woman] Hi, this is Mrs.

Rita from Culliver Academy.

Is this Olivia?

Yes, this is Olivia.

[Ms. Rita] Hi, I'm calling

because you're listed

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