Creep 2

Synopsis: A video artist looking for work drives to a remote house in the forest to meet a man claiming to be a serial killer. But after agreeing to spend the day with him, she soon realizes that she made a deadly mistake.
Genre: Horror, Thriller
Director(s): Patrick Brice
Production: The Orchard
  2 wins & 1 nomination.
Rotten Tomatoes:
78 min

Oh, f***.

Holy sh*t.

F*** no.


Hey, man.

Hey, you okay?

You look troubled.

Oh, yeah, sorry.

It's just, um, you should come see this.


What's going on, buddy?

Remember I told you

I was getting those calls,

and I had that DVD sent to me?

I know.

It's happening again?


- Oh, my god. -I thought

that was over, but...

I just had a package

outside, and...

- Just now?

- Yeah.

That was in there.

This person sent you

a stuffed baby wolf?

I mean, I guess.

It doesn't make any sense.

There was also

this DVD that was in it.

Dave, this is your...

That's your home.


Yeah, I know, I know.

This is serious.

Whoever shot this,

they shot it last night.

And that's me last night.

We have to call the police.

- You need to call the police.

This is serious. -No, no.

No, I already called

the police the last time,

and nothing happened, okay?

They said they...

Well, that's unconscionable.

- That's unconscionable. -No,

they even sent a patrol car.

- That's unconscionable.

- Nothing has actually happened.

Where's your gun?

Are you serious?

- Well, you need...

- I don't own a gun.

- You're gonna need something.

- That's not necessary.

- It's not necessary. -Dave, I don't think

you're taking this seriously enough.

I'm sorry, I kinda just

ambushed you, uh...

No, it's okay man.

- It's good. It's good.

- No. No, uh...

Do you want a beer?

- I would love one.

- Yeah?

- Thank you.

- Yeah.

I think I need some alcohol.

- Okay.

- Okay, great.

It's crazy, Dave.

It's fine. It's fine.

It's okay. It's okay.

Hi, sweet boy.


So, what is going on with you?

Are you serious?

What's going on with me?


God damn, you're awesome.

I mean, here you are, dealing with

this potential stalker situation,

and you're concerned

with me and my feelings?


F***in' love you, man.


- Cheers.

- Cheers.


This is great, isn't it?

- Yeah.

- Two guys just hanging out,

throwing back

a couple of cold ones.

Really wish I didn't have to say

what I have to say to you tonight.

Oh. What's that?

I'm worried about us.


- Oh, uh, you are?

- Aren't you?

Uh, us, we're good.

We're friends. We...

We hang out

sometimes. We're...

Come on, Dave.

You and I both know there's a

lot more at stake than that.

- Okay... -Meeting at

the same coffee shop,

in the same Tuesday morning,

reading the same exact

edition of infinite jest?


And if that wasn't kismet,

if we weren't meant to

be best friends or soulmates,

and started out so hot and

heavy like that, and then...

We turned into this...

Well, it's disappointing.

And I can't help

but think if we...

If we aren't

headed for greatness,

then maybe we just

end it right here...


Okay, I don't

think that's necessary.

Dave, if I ask you a question,

would you answer me honestly?

Yeah, of course.

Do you ever think about how...

We met right

around the same time

you received your

first DVD in the mail?

You just thought

about it, didn't you?

I didn't.

Dave, you just thought about it.

I didn't, I swear.

Dave, listen to me.

It's okay, okay?

Everything that's about to

happen to you here tonight

is okay, and it's

not your fault.

You understand me?

- No, I don't understand...

- Okay, now, listen.

There's a camera

inside this wolf, okay?

Now I've been filming you in some way,

shape, or form since the day we met.

This is baby peach fuzz.

Say hi.

I was gonna record

our entire relationship

and commemorate it with

a beautiful 80-minute film,

and you deserve that.

You deserve it because

you're a beautiful person,

and I want to give that

to you so bad, but...

I can't.

'Cause ever since I turned 40,

I don't know what's happening

to me, Dave. I just...

I've lost my inspiration,

I have no joy,

and my work...

I don't even know

if I can do this anymore.

- God damn it.

What's happening to me?

Hi, I'm Sara.

Welcome to encounters.

The show where I look behind the

strange world of online personal ads

to try to uncover

the humanity underneath.

- Hey, Wade.

- Hey.

I'm Sara.

Hey, Sara, how you doin'?

I hope you don't mind

I brought my camera.

If you don't mind, Marilyn Monroe

already lives in the wall.

Oh, yeah.

There she is.

So you were trying to make

your pottery earlier.

- Yeah.

- You were telling me about it.

Who are these people

who write these ads?

What is their story?

This place has

a cold energy to it.


Most of the spirit pots

that I build

are to deflect that cold energy.

This is my little jaws 2.

He's a little shark.

- Yeah, it does look good.

- It does.

Little jaws.

Maybe we're all a little bit weirder

than we give ourselves credit for.

- May I come in?

- Yeah, come in.

What did you... What were you looking

for when you posted your ad?

You know...

You know, life is lonely.

- Yeah. -It's nice to

have someone to talk to.

So subscribe

and join me on this journey.

- Hey.

- Hi, welcome.

You never know who you

might meet on the next...

- Is it okay?

- Yeah.



Nine views.


Hey, this is Sara.

Welcome to encounters,

the web series that

nobody gives a sh*t about,

and I am starting to realize

why nobody is watching.

It's because it sucks.

I think I might be

deeply untalented.

Aw, man.

I thought I had a talent for bringing

out something weird and special

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Patrick Brice

Patrick Brice (born April 23, 1983) is a Visionary American film director, actor, screenwriter and cinematographer. He is known for directing Creep (2014), The Overnight (2015) and Creep 2 (2017). more…

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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