Last Kind Words

Synopsis: 17-year-old Eli has just moved with his family deep into the backwoods of Kentucky to work on the isolated farm of a local recluse. Inexplicably drawn into the strange forest that lies beyond the farm, Eli encounters the beautiful, sweet and mysterious Amanda, seemingly the perfect girl. But with the discovery of decaying bodies hanging from the trees, he realizes that the forest - and Amanda - are harboring some very dark secrets. Suddenly, Eli is living in a waking nightmare where the lines between life and death are scrawled in blood, and there is no escaping the terror from beyond the grave.
Genre: Drama, Horror, Mystery
 
IMDB:
4.9
UNRATED
Year:
2012
87 min
9 Views

( Bird and insect noises )

( Gunshot )

We've gotta be quick!

Come on!

Pa!

Pa, wait up!

Pa?

( Child sobbing )

Woman:

Pretty here, right?

Boy:
I guess.

Oh, it won't be so bad.

No rats here.

That's 'cause

the wolves eat 'em.

You ain't afraid

of no wolves, are you?

You worried you won't get to

see your girlfriend anymore?

Katie ain't my girlfriend.

I've known her

since I was seven.

I've known your pa since

I was about that age.

Where are you goin'?

We're here.

Good. I can use

the help.

Who else is workin'?

Nobody.

Y'all can get set up.

In that trailer up the hill.

Hey, Bud...

Im sorry about

the plant closing.

And I know that you

weren't plannin'

On comin' back to these parts.

I'm sorry about it, too.

Uh, I saw your pa.

About five or six years back,

Just before he died.

And he asked on you.

I told him you were doing good.

I was.

Girl:

Don't eat that one.

Unless you like eatin' bugs.

I don't like to waste.

Who are you?

Nobody.

I just moved here.

Who are you?

I live around here.

I didn't think

anybody lived out here.

Some people do.

Man:
Eli!

What you doin' over there?

Nothin'.

Where'd you get that apple?

Off the tree.

That ain't your tree

and that ain't your apple.

He can have an apple.

We got plenty.

I catch you with an apple, boy,

You better bring a branch, too.

Who's this?

This is jesse.

Can I pet him?

He's friendly.

Hey, Bud.

Hiya, Buddy.

Woman:
Hi, Waylon.

Ida!

Long time.

You look well.

( Laughter )

All right.

Let us pray.

Heavenly father, bless us,

As we trust not in

the works of man,

But only in your

divine providence.

Lead us not into sin and let us

not stray into the darkness.

Which surrounds us.

For the kingdom, the

power and the glory.

Are yours forever

and ever. Amen.

( Sighing )

Do you know who

used to live here?

No.

Didn't take too good

a care of it.

We'll fix it up nice.

Why'd he ever sell

off all those hogs?

I don't know.

Guess they cost more

than they made.

Guess they run out of money.

Do you know what he's gonna

do with all the buildings?

Let 'em sit, I reckon.

Don't go nosing in there.

It's dangerous.

Somebody make dinner?

There's no water.

Did you ask Waylon about it?

He don't want me

talkin' to Waylon.

Why not?

Ask him.

Aah!

You come back here!

( Rustling )

Uhh!

( Barks )

You scared the shit

out of me, boy.

Come on.

( Dog whimpering )

Come on, boy.

Come on, come on.

( Country music playing )

( Clatter )

Waylon:
A bull

in a china shop.

I... I'm sorry.

What are you doin' in here?

I was using the bathroom.

In my office?

No, in the bathroom.

I'm really sorry about this.

No harm.

Where'd you get all these?

From the farm. I've been digging

them up since I was a kid.

They're still sharp.

You want it?

No.

Take it.

Really?

Where you been?

Bathroom.

What's that?

Waylon gave it to me.

You look like a damn girl.

Come on, help me with this.

( Squawks )

( Honking horn )

Who are you?

Let me see Waylon.

I asked you who you are.

Hey, Bud.

Thank you, Bud.

Hey, Waylon. How's

the pig business?

You mind if we talk in private?

This shit worth anything?

To me.

You know what's worth

something to me?

Money.

Then it's a good thing

you got so much.

Well, the reason

I got so much is,

I make sure I got what's owed me.

Know what I mean?

Yeah, I know what you mean.

So when are you gonna pay me?

I'll pay you.

Oh, I know you'll pay me.

I said, when?

When I pay you.

( Chuckles )

Don't make do something

about you, Waylon.

If you don't pay me, Im

gonna take this pretty farm.

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Kevin Barker

Kevin Stewart Barker (born July 26, 1975) is an American retired professional baseball player. In his career, he played in Major League Baseball as a first baseman for the Milwaukee Brewers, San Diego Padres, Toronto Blue Jays, and Cincinnati Reds. He currently co-hosts the sports talk show Baseball Central alongside Jeff Blair on Sportsnet 590 the FAN, out of Toronto. He began co-hosting Blue Jays Central after Gregg Zaun was released by Sportsnet after allegations of inappropriate behaviour. more…

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