Long Time Dead

Synopsis: A group of British students enbark on summoning spirits on a Ouija board after a night of clubbing. But someone breaks the link before they have finished and now a demon is trapped in their world and the only way to banish it, is for all the people who summoned it to die.
Genre: Horror, Thriller
Director(s): Marcus Adams
Production: Universal Focus
  2 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
94 min

We were just three guys

sitting on a couch

getting very, very fucked up, that's all.

Very, very fucked up indeed.

Mm. Thank you.


- What you doin'?

- We are going out.

Rob, your hair's fine, mate.

- Look at him. He's worse than Stella.

- I've got a feeling I'm gonna pull tonight.

- I've a feeling you're gonna find a hot girl.

- Yeah.

- And you're gonna come back here.

- Yeah.

And you're gonna jack off in a sock.

It's all right for you.

You've got a bird, and a very nice one.

Not for long.

Oh, you bastards.

Where did you get that?


- Where have you been?

- College. All day.

- All day!

- What, did you get locked in?

- At least some of us went.

- A first time for everything.

I don't know how you

get away with it, Stella.

- Must be my sweet smile.

- Must be your sweet arse.

- Rob, you've got sex on the brain.

- Oh.

It's such a shame. My auntie used to say

you had the face of a choirboy.

Now, she had a nice arse.

- Liam, no! Look, don't!

- "My hair!"

Get off, Liam.

I just made my hair up. Get off!

All right, you guys. Come on, let's go.

- Just cos you've got stupid hair.

- What?

- I'll see you at the club.

- OK. See you later.

Come on, Stella.

- Stella, it's Lucy.

- All right?

- You comin' or what?

- OK, OK, yes.

- Well, hurry up.

- See you in half an hour. Bye.

- Oi!

- Shit!

- Who the f*ck are you?

- Uh, uh, I'm Joe.

Your new housemate.

You know, a friend of Rob's?

- You scared the shit out of me.

- I'm sorry. I'm sorry.

I'm a scary sort of guy.

You must be Stella, yeah?

Yeah. How d'you know?

Well, you, um... fit Rob's description.

- It's nice to meet you.

- Nice to meet you, too.

Oh, my God...

You coming to this party?

- You got everything?

- Yeah.

Listen, I've got some naughty little pills.

You gonna be a naughty little girl?

Always am.

Who's this, then?

Joe, this is Mr Becker. Our landlord.

All right?

- Joe's gonna be moving in.

- Who's moving out?

Conrad. Thank God.

You should let me know these things.

I don't want people just disappearing.

Yeah, sorry.

I got a problem with the wiring.

- I may need to go into your rooms.

- Why?

It's all right, Stella. I won't read

your diaries. Just in and out.

Yeah, sure.

Nice to meet you, mate. See ya later.

Seems like a really nice guy.

- He's a freak.

- I was joking.

You took your time gettin' here.

Right now?

Right now.

Look after that a minute, mate.

On the house. Call it a moving-in present.

It's nice to have you in.

- Ooh, you're looking flush, darling.

- Yeah.

I've been dancing.

Is that why you've got

your T-shirt inside out?

The thrill is in the risk.

If a girl thinks someone'll walk in,

she'll come quicker.

- Exactly.

- Or fake it quicker, in your case.

You should listen.

You might learn something.

- I had a wicked shag in the girls' toilets.

- Right, yeah When?

It was ages ago.


I can't remember now.

There's been so many birds.

I was in this club in Amsterdam

a few years ago.

Got pulled up on stage. Had to shag

this girl in front of about 100 people.

Nearly all blokes.

- F*ck it. I'll try anything once.

- Yeah?

Ever done a railway line?

Last to do a line of cocaine before the

choo-choo comes has the biggest balls.

- Chop 'em up, Spence.

- This is stupid! This is really dumb!

Quickly. The train's coming.

Hurry up, man. Hurry up!

Wait a minute. The train's miles off.

Snort that up, you tight git.

She was givin' it the booty call!

Not as much as you were.

Who, me?!

Sit next to your boyfriend.

What have you lot been doin'?

Oh, sorry, mate. We were trying to

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