Devil in the Dark

Synopsis: When estranged brothers Adam and Clint attempt to reconnect over a week-long hunting trip in remote British Columbia, they find the tables turned by a mysterious presence lurking in the forest. Convinced that they are now besieged by a supernatural presence, the siblings begrudgingly agree on only one thing: they will have to put aside their differences and work together if they plan on making it out of these dark woods alive.
Genre: Horror, Thriller
Director(s): Tim Brown
Production: Momentum Pictures
 
IMDB:
4.7
NOT RATED
Year:
2017
82 min
Website
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Adam!

Adam!

Adam!

Adam!

Adam!

Adam!

Adam!

Daddy?

Dad!

Dad!

Adam!

Adam!

Oh, god! Adam!

Oh, god!

Adam!

Oh, my god.

Clint!

Over here!

I found him!

I found him. I found him.

All right, you're good to go.

Hey, bill.

I heard from head office.

And?

It's not good.

I'm sorry, uh, who'd you--

who did you talk to?

Uh, Janice.

One second.

Hello?

Oh, hey.

No, that-that doesn't matter.

'Cause he doesn't care.

Yes, I will remind him. 6:30.

No.

'Cause that's just who he is.

Okay, I love you, too.

Bye.

Sorry.

Head office wants

this done right away.

They wanna try and save

their third quarter.

Clint, they want you to lay

these people off

by the end of the month.

How many by the end

of the month?

Four.

Four, bill? Jesus Christ, four?

We gotta do this.

Four people without jobs

is better than 50.

No, you know what?

Call head office one more time.

See if there's anything

we can do. Please?

They're not gonna budge,

Clint.

Well, then those corporate

clowns can come down here

and tell them themselves.

Tell their families they don't

have jobs or money or any--

I'm sorry, bill. That's not you.

Okay? I get it.

Hey, Gary. What's going on?

There's some guy here,

says he's your brother.

Adam?

Yeah. Thanks, Gary.

I'll be right out.

Hey, Adam.

Hey.

I didn't expect you

to come here,

I thought we'd just meet

at the house.

I thought I'd just come by

and, you know,

see the place.

I hope you didn't wait

too long.

No, no. They gave

me some coffee.

You didn't drink it,

did you?

Heh. No.

This thing.

It's been there since

we were kids.

Yeah.

So you're doing dad's

old job, huh?

Well, sort of, I guess.

I'm head of operations.

Dad, uh...

Hated sitting

behind a desk, right?

Right.

I could take you on

a tour if you like.

Not that much has changed.

Sure.

All right.

But you'll have to wear

one of these, bud.

You know, on second thought

maybe I'll, uh...

Maybe I'll just see

you at the house.

I'm gonna take a drive

through town.

Yeah, okay. No problem.

See you in a bit.

Oh, hey.

Dinner is at 6:
30, all right?

6:
30. Got it.

Have I met uncle Adam before?

No.

No, you haven't, buddy.

I'm hungry.

I'm hungry, too.

Okay, fine. Let's eat.

Is that him?

Could be.

Stay right there.

Hey. You re late.

Yeah, sorry. I just...

Lost track of time.

I see.

Well, let's go

meet the family.

Hey, guys. This is

your uncle Adam.

Hi.

It s good to see you, Adam.

You too, Sophie.

Come on in.

Hey, buddy.

Hi.

How old are you?

Six. And she's my little sister,

and she's three.

Three, huh? Hi.

We almost got started

without you.

Well, thanks for waiting.

I went for a drive

around town today.

Just for old time's sake.

Oh, yeah?

Yeah.

It hasn't changed one bit.

What did you expect?

An urban sprawl of office

buildings and coffee shops?

A Starbucks maybe?

It's a simpler life, Adam.

Yeah.

What? I didn't say anything!

I know that look.

Man, I can t believe Bradley

is as big as he is.

Yeah.

You know he's gonna

be seven next summer?

Man.

Does he like hunting

as much as his dad?

Of course.

Mostly birds though.

Like, if he had to shoot a deer

he'd probably cry.

I think I'd bawl my eyes out

if I had to shoot a deer.

I'm serious.

You know, I can finish

up here.

Really?

You are excused.

Thank you.

I haven't done dishes

in about 10 years,

so I'm a little out

of practice.

Adam?

He's glad you're here.

"Ladies and gentlemen,

skinny and stout.

"I'll tell you a tale

i know nothing about.

"Admission is free,

so pay at the door.

Pull up a chair

and sit on the floor."

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