Lake Alice

Synopsis: Meeting his girlfriend's family for the first time, Ryan must prove his intentions with their daughter, Sarah, and win the approval of her father, Greg. All the while masking his jealousy for Sarah's ex-fling, Tyler. As the Christmas celebrations and traditions begin, things start to happen around the cabin. As a blizzard descends on Lake Alice, so does evil. The family members are hunted down one by one and struggle to stay alive as their power in numbers slowly dwindles.
Genre: Horror
80 min


- See ya at my place at 10.

- Hey babe.

I'm heading home now.

Just some friends.

No, not tonight, I'm

just gonna head home,

but I'll just see

you tomorrow, okay?

You too.


Someone there?

- Thanks for having me up here.

It's really great

to finally meet you.

- It's great to have you here,

we'd heard so much about you.

- All good things, I hope.

- No, all terrible.

- So Ryan, Sarah tells us

that you work in the movies.

- That's right.

- Oh, anything that

we may have seen?

- I'm just starting out, so,

not yet.

- Hey, we're gonna

run to the store

and stop at the coffee

shop, you wanna come?

- No, we're good.

- Do you want us to

bring you back anything?

- No thanks.

- Are you sure?

- They're fine, honey.

- We won't be long.

You sure you don't

want anything?

- Yes, mother.

- Just checking.

Just want to make sure.

- Let's go.

- Do you have the keys?

- Yes, honey.


Here we go.

I'll handle this.

Hi, sheriff.

- Got the whole family

up here with ya?

Up for the holidays, huh?

- Come on, Hank, we

do this every year.

- Nice photo.

- There a reason

you pulled me over?

- Just like to know who's

going through my town.

- We done?

- Have a nice day.

- I can't stand that guy.


You coming?

- Nope.

- Come on.

- I'll stay here.

- All right, do

you want anything?

- Surprise me.

- Oh, okay, don't

set me up for that,

I always know I'm gonna fail.

- Miss you already.

See ya in a couple of days.

- What am I supposed

to do with this?

Oh, you're gonna duct tape it?

- You got a better idea?

- It's your camera.

- Hold it right here.



Come on, let's go.

Woo hoo!

- Hi!

- Hi.

- Hi, Jane.

- I heard you guys were in town.

- You did?

- Well, you know small

towns, word travels fast.

So how long are you

guys up here this year?

- Probably just

through Christmas.

Sarah's gotta get

back to California.

- Aw, what a shame.

How is she?

- She's good, she brought

her boyfriend home.

We'd never met him before this.

- Boyfriend?

I didn't know she

had a boyfriend.

- Yeah, almost a year.

- Well that's wonderful.

- How's Tyler?

- Oh, he's great!

He was asking about

Sarah the other day,

wanted to know why she

hadn't been up here to visit.

Remember when they were kids?

They were practically

joined at the hip.

- I know, it's crazy

how fast time flies.

Next thing you know,

they're on their own.

- Stop, stop.

- What?

- Looks like boot prints.

- So it does.

- That's weird.

- Why?

- Because we only just got here.

- Well, you know, may be

your dad or something, right?


Come on, you're way

over thinking this.


- Mm-hmm.

- Okay.

All aboard.

Let's go.


- Yeah.

- Oh, perfect.

Hey, Carl.

Merry Christmas.

- Hi.

- Thanks for plowing

our driveway for us.

- Happy I could help.

- So you have any special

plans for Christmas?

- Yeah, I'm not much

of a holiday person.

- Well, you should stop

by the cabin sometime.

- Oh, I don't wanna be a bother.

- Nonsense.

- Okay.

Well, maybe, maybe.

- Thanks again for helping.

- Hey, don't

mention it, Natalie.

- Okay.

- Hi-ya!



My dad caught a muskie over

there a few summers ago.

- Really?

- It's a fish.

- I knew that.

- I just love it out here.

- It's gorgeous.

You know, I was really

nervous to meet your parents.

- Why?

- It's a big step.

I'm really glad you

brought me out here though.

- Me too.

What are you doing?

- Sarah Marie...

- Yes.


- You gotta let me finish.

Okay, I'm sorry, go ahead.

- Sarah,

I knew from the first

moment that I met you

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