Don't Kill It

Synopsis: When an ancient demon is accidentally unleashed in a sparsely populated Mississippi town of Chickory Creek, their only hope of survival lies in the hands of a grizzled old demon hunter Jebediah Woodley and his reluctant partner FBI agent Evelyn Pierce.
 
IMDB:
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Year:
2016
83 min
108 Views


Get him, boy.

Titus!

Come here, boy!

Hey! Titus!

Titus!

There you are, boy.

What the hell's the matter

with you?

Nicely done, Titus.

Looks like I got me

a treasure-sniffing dog.

Titus, Titus, Titus. No!

No, no, no!

Titus, no!

No.

No.

Your father's home early.

Hey there, how'd it go?

Thanks for reading to me.

I need reading glasses

no problem.

One day.

Sure we'll like this...

Gabriel?

Are you all right?

What's the matter?

Baby? Baby?

Gabriel,

you son of a b*tch.

Daddy?

You look so pretty,

i wanna twirl you like a top.

Stop.

Come on, Amber.

Wanna play something sexy

and dance? Hm?

No, I don't.

Don't touch me.

Come on, now.

Just one dance, huh?

Come on, like old times,

like old times--

frank, stop.

Amber, why are you teasing me

like this then?

Frank, I told you,

you're cut off.

This ain't a charity.

Just one dance. Come on, now.

Frank, get off.

You know I'm good for it.

Good for nothing.

Hey there.

I like your hat.

My daddy used to have

a hat like this.

Me and you...Could have

some fun with that hat.

Amber, listen.

Stop. Can't you see

I'm talking to somebody?

Who, this guy?

Yes, this guy.

We were just having

a wonderful conversation

about my daddy,

so get out of here.

Hey, shithead.

You talking to my girl?

Sir,

just leave me out of this.

Look, what I said was--

see, today...

We all learned about

a real important word

and that word is

"consent."

What?

You see, if two people

wanna make love,

that's a very

beautiful thing

if it's between

two consenting adults.

If the lady keeps

saying no,

and you just keep going

anyway, well...

You're just a piece

of sh*t, really.

Please, leave me alone. Help.

I'm really sorry, man.

Just please let me--

well, I think she

told you

quite clearly...

To leave her alone.

So I think you owe her

an apology.

I'm sorry. I'm sorry.

For?

For being a piece

of sh*t.

I'm a piece of sh*t.

Are you a piece of sh*t?

I'm a piece of sh*t.

Really?

Yes.

Say it again.

I'm a piece of sh*t.

Ugh!

All right. Good.

It's all right,

buddy.

It's over now.

I ain't gonna lie to you,

you'll probably have a pretty

bad headache in the morning.

Get this guy some

ice cream.

You like ice cream?

Yeah.

Always makes me

feel better.

Rocky road

or something.

You-- you wanna get

out of here?

Let's go.

That was amazing.

I thought you killed him

at first.

No,

i don't kill people.

Well, I try not to,

anyway.

Say, you got a place

around here?

About six blocks down

the road.

Good.

Because I sleep

in my car.

What's the matter,

you can't decide?

Oh. Heh.

These old things?

No, I'm just looking

for all the luck I can get.

Figure one of them's

gotta have something to it.

So you from around here?

As of late, yeah.

How come I haven't seen you

at the bar before?

I stay to myself

mostly,

but I do venture out

every now and then.

So it'll be a hundred dollars

for the night.

I usually charge 150,

but I really do like this hat.

Pardon me, I did enjoy

a few last night,

but I don't think I recall

entering into

that sort of agreement.

What are you, f***ing stupid?

Do you think that a girl

that looks like this

is gonna be in

a shithole bar like that

if it wasn't

for a damn paycheck?

Don't turn away from me.

Quiet now.

Another murder

in the town of chicory creek.

This is the latest killing

in a town that has had

three triple homicides

in the last week alone.

The authorities say

the killings are unrelated.

Later on tonight, though...

I'll be damned.

You can't just leave.

You owe me money.

Thank you. Come again.

Good morning to you,

ma'am.

Holy hell.

Ain't you little

Evelyn Pierce?

My god, I ain't seen you

in maybe 20-some odd years.

Otis, right?

Yeah.

You looking real fine, evy,

i gotta tell you that.

Like, you must be doing

really well for yourself.

I'm looking for chief Dunham.

Is he available?

Uh, yeah--

no, actually, the chief--

he's currently indisposed, so...

He's got a very pressing

investigation

at the time, so--

basically,

he told me nobody

is allowed inside whatsoever,

not even you, evy.

But I'll tell you what,

if you, maybe,

have some time

and wanna have some company,

you and I could go down

the street,

maybe grab a coffee, donut.

Hm...

It's agent Pierce.

I'm here on business.

No sh*t.

Look at you then,

little "evil lyn."

You grew up and became yourself

a big old bad federale.

I'll be goddamned.

Officer Willard,

i gotta tell you something.

I hate being called

"evil lyn."

So just stick with the formal.

Agent Pierce.

All right. What, the bureau done

got you all serious now?

All right, agent Pierce.

I'm gonna go tell him

you're here.

No need.

I'll do it myself.

All right, hey, you can't park

out here, neither.

It's supposed to be parked

around back.

Well, then you go park it.

I'm not parking anything.

I'll stay right here

with a cigarette.

Look...

As a spiritual leader

in the community

I should be kept in the loop

of this investigation.

The more I know,

the better I can guide.

Well, again, I'm gonna take

your interest into account,

but I'm kind of busy now.

I got a meeting here

in five minutes.

Say no more, Marty.

I can see you got

a full plate.

Mm.

Come in.

Pastor. Ahem.

Well, Evelyn Pierce.

My, this is a surprise.

They told me they were

sending someone from

the Jackson field office

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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