Habit

Synopsis: Set within the neon drenched rain swept underbelly of Manchester, where the addicted prey on the lost and the lonely.
Genre: Horror
 
IMDB:
5.2
Year:
2017
96 min
27 Views

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[INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC PLAYING]

[CHILDREN GIGGLING]

[INTENSE MUSIC PLAYING]

[MICHAEL GRUNTS]

MICHAEL:
Mom!

[GRUNTS]

MICHAEL:
Mom!

Mom!

You all right, Mikey?

I want Mom!

I'm bleeding.

Mom!

MICHAEL:
Mom!

[SUSPENSEFUL MUSIC PLAYING]

[PANTING]

[PHONE RINGING]

Oh, f*ck.

Yeah?

MAND:
Are you up yet?

Yeah, yeah.

I don't believe this. You need to

get down the dole office, Michael.

Look, if you miss this appointment,

you don't get any money.

No worries, Mand.

I'm on my way now.

Will you get your ass down there?

Now! Yeah, okay.

LEE:
Get off me!

Get the f*ck off!

I'm gonna go to the police,

you complete animal!

Stay out.

I'm not coming back!

I wouldn't want a job

from you anyway!

WOMAN:
Name?

Michael Burns.

Got a half eleven appointment.

Take a seat. We'll shout

you when we're ready.

It's half eleven now.

Just take a seat.

[SIGHS]

[UPBEAT MUSIC PLAYING]

Must be dole day.

Yep.

Where's your man,

Dick, is it?

MICHAEL:
It's Dig.

Dig, right. Yeah.

Where's he?

F*ck if I know.

Yeah, well...

He made a right f*cking mess

last time he was in here.

A right f*cking

to-do that was.

I'd stay away from him

if I were you, he's trouble.

3.60.

Thanks.

Hi.

[CLEARS THROAT]

Get us a drink,

will you?

You're forward,

aren't you?

What do you want?

Vodka and tonic.

Please, I'll get you

one back, promise.

Is she old enough?

[MICHAEL SIGHS]

You saw me kicking off

before, didn't you?

Yeah.

What did you do?

Nothing.

That fat bastard security guard

just wanted a grip of me, I reckon.

I kicked off a bit, but only because

they weren't listening to me.

They make you feel

dead small, don't they?

I said, "I'm not just another number

on one of your forms, you daft bitch."

So I said,

"Watch this, yeah.

"Make sure this goes on

one of your forms.

[BANGS] "And have

this one as well."

[THUDS]

Oi!

[CHUCKLING]

Then that knob head

security got me

and I'm out of there,

skint and fast as f*ck.

That's harsh.

Yeah, it's well harsh.

It's nice that

someone gets it.

What's your name?

Michael.

What are you doing

after this, Michael?

Going home.

Where's that?

Salford.

Oh, I live around there.

I'll walk back with you.

LEE:
Where's yours from here then?

MICHAEL:
It's upstairs.

You gotta walk around the

back of the shops to get in.

I got you some chips.

I'm not hungry.

Yeah, you are. What

have you eaten today?

Nothing.

Well, there you are then.

DIG:
Michael?

Yeah?

Hi.

Oh, Jesus!

Put your knob away!

[LEE LAUGHS]

What?

MICHAEL:
Move!

What are you doing?

Shut up!

[LEE GIGGLING]

DIG:
Oh!

Shut up!

All right, love.

Sorry, I wasn't

that truthful before.

The thing is, I lost my job and

my room in this house I was at

and that's why I was at the

dole before kicking off.

I'm stressed out

with it all, Mikey.

Do you know what I mean? Do

you mind if I call you Mikey?

You seem like

a really nice guy,

so I was thinking, can I just

stay here with you two for a bit?

You gonna eat them?

I'll have 'em.

You better ask Dig.

Er...

Yeah, well, you know,

I'm a gentleman,

so always obliged

to help a lady out.

Nice one. Cheers, Dig.

Cheers, Mikey. Saved my life.

DIG:
So, er...

What we up to

tonight, then?

Shall we celebrate?

Town?

You're unbelievable.

It's f*cking Tuesday night.

Mate, Tuesday's

the new Friday.

Plus, students are back,

so, you know.

I wanna go out.

I thought you were skint.

I thought you were skint.

I am, but it's a laugh.

Yay! It's a laugh! Come on,

Mikey, you big boring bastard.

F*ck it, all right.

DIG:
Yes!

[PARTY MUSIC PLAYING]

[DIG LAUGHING]

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