Cube 2: Hypercube

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Year:
2002
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Hello?

Anyone here?

Hello.

Numbers...

where's the goddamn numbers?

There's something...

Oh shit.

I mean, they're my numbers...

Damn! Don't I at least

get a shot with my numbers,

you stupid fucks?!

I want a chance!

I want a chance like everyone else.

Oh my God.

Oh, you bastards.

Our Father Which art in heaven,

hallowed be Thy name.

Thy kingdom come,

Thy will be done,

on earth as it is in heaven.

Give us this day our daily bread,

and forgive us our debts

as we forgive our debtors.

Lead us not into temptation--

Lead us not into temptation,

but deliver us from evil.

For Thine...

is the kingdom...

and the power...

and the glory,

forever and ever.

Amen.

Hello?

Are you all right?

Can you hear me?

Are you hurt?

Don't move.

Don't make a sound.

I said, 'Don't move.'

Are you alone?

Blink once for yes,

twice for no.

Is there anyone else in the other room?

All right.

All right. I'm going to release you.

But I can take you down again,

as quick as the first time.

So don't scream, understand?

Once for yes,

twice for no.

Are you alone?

All right.

All right.

What the hell do you think you're doing?

How many rooms have you been in?

What is this place?

I don't know. You tell me,

how many rooms you've been in?

I don't know, five or six.

What about you?

Uh...

this is my third.

You sure you didn't see anyone else?

No.

Have you?

No.

So who are you?

Who are you?

What the f*ck are those noises?

Relax. This is just for show.

Pretend that you're scared.

Should be easy.

All right. Get down here now,

or she's dead.

Some hero.

I have that effect on men.

Glad to see you haven't

lost your sense of humor.

- Is this really necessary?

- Just hang on.

Isn't that the same--

Yes.

Hey!

Come back!

Wait.

Jesus Christ.

Hey! Wait!

Where the f*ck do you think you're going?

This guy sure moves quickly.

He's just gone.

Maybe something made him go,

maybe you should come back.

This place is awful.

Please don't hurt me.

WoDon't be frightened.

Don't worry.

There's nobody else here.

Just me.

I'm Kate.

What's your name?

Sasha.

That's a beautiful name.

Don't worry.

Everything's going to be all right, okay?

Do you understand me?

I'm just blind,

not retarded.

Finally.

I was beginning to wonder

if I was the only one in here.

I kept hoping I would find some other people.

I've been wondering around

these rooms for hours.

Stay away from me!

No one's going to hurt you.

Well, certainly not.

No. No.

I come in peace, young lady.

I'm Jerry.

This is Sasha.

She's blind.

And she's very scared.

What a bummer,

to be blind in this place.

Do you know what this place is?

No. No. No.

I don't suppose,

either of you two could

let me know what we're doing in here?

No.

Oh... Jerry Whitehall.

Kate Filmore.

What are you doing?

I'm marking the rooms.

This is the fourth room you've been in?

Yeah.

I thought you said you've been

wandering these rooms for hours.

Yeah. That's the weird thing isn't it?

Each one of these rooms,

has six of these doors,

or portals.

But no matter how many portals I go through,

I always wound up in the same three rooms.

Until now.

It's as if the rooms

were moving around or something.

Yeah. But I don't feel any motion, do you?

No.

It's just so strange.

I ran into this guy--

Oh no.

It's getting closer!

- What is?

- I don't know.

Something's coming after us,

and I don't think it likes us.

I don't hear any people.

I think it's just motors.

He wants us dead. We have

to get out of here right now.

Any suggestion on which way to go next?

Your guess is as good as mine.

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Sean Hood

Sean Hood (born August 13, 1966) is an American screenwriter best known for horror films and action thrillers. more…

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