Monsterwolf

Synopsis: A group of people who represent an oil company find new ground to drill for oil but then accidentally unleash a wolf-like creature. The creature wrecks havoc in the town and can only be stopped by the last surviving native American.
Genre: Fantasy, Horror
Director(s): Todor Chapkanov
Production: Bullet Films
 
IMDB:
3.7
R
Year:
2010
90 min
8 Views


Well, I heard the last guy

was bagging groceries.

This turned out to be a late night,

and I'm not gonna do it.

I called him.

You got to talk to him.

All right, let's shoot for it.

All:

One, two, three.

[Brakes squeaking]

Aw, man.

[Rain pounding]

Man, I was this close to getting laid.

So whatever you've got

going on around here,

better be good.

Survey didn't say anything

about a rock bed.

Well, there's that, and there's this.

Come with me.

You're not gonna believe this.

[Rain pounding]

Well, there it is.

Whoa.

Yeah, tell me about it.

How does a flame just float

in the air like that?

Anybody else know about this?

Just you.

[Phone ringing]

I'm out.

Yeah.

Sir, sorry to disturb you.

This is Simmons.

I'm at dig site number three,

and we found something

during the drill.

What?

Artifacts.

Indian stuff, I think.

- Blow through it.

- Sir?

You have enough blast.

Yes, sir, but we're not even

supposed to be out here.

You take this to city council,

and they will choke us

to death on red tape.

And that is not a metaphor.

I understand,

but what if it's important?

I don't think the world is gonna miss

a couple of pieces

of poorly made pottery.

My kid brings home better stuff

from her art class,

and she's nine years old.

This is gonna take a lot of demo.

And I don't think we're cleared

for this kind of a blast.

From my experience, Mr. Simmons,

once the oil begins to flow,

we are cleared to do whatever

the hell we want.

Yes, sir.

Don't ever call me this late again.

[Machinery beeping]

Are you sure you've got enough

to clear this thing out?

This much C4, it will be like

it never existed.

No way somebody doesn't hear

that blast, though.

Locals are gonna throw a fit.

Yeah, well, the locals ain't

paying you triple time

to get this rig pumping.

Fair enough.

Charge is laid.

Fuse is right.

Five seconds to blast.

Fire in the hole!

[Explosions]

[Thunder crashing]

That's impossible.

You know how much C4, I used?

[Wind rushing]

Jasper.

I have no idea.

But I do not have

a good feeling about it.

[Roaring]

[All screaming]

Everybody get to the cage!

[All screaming]

[Thunder crashing]

[Growling]

Hey, boy.

Whoa, whoa, hey, hey.

Come here, boy.

Come here.

Come on.

[Growling]

Go fetch!

[Laughs]

Stupid wolf.

It's coming back!

[Growling and roaring]

[All screaming]

[Birds chirping]

Matthew, you need to stay

with the coroner.

You know, you do this job long enough,

you start to figure you've seen it all.

Anything on that relic?

Branson thinks it might

be native American.

That's probably pretty obvious.

What are we looking at?

A lot of pieces out there

that just don't fit together.

It's a damn mess.

How many dead?

Six, eight, ten.

I don't know.

You don't know.

Like I said.

It's a damn mess.

Got a murder weapon.

Watch out, man.

That's too big to be a dog.

Wolf?

Or coyote.

You think a coyote could do that?

No coyotes in Louisiana.

I don't know.

Maybe a pack of them went left

when they should have gone right,

ended up down here.

Pissed off, freaked out.

I don't know.

Maybe then it wouldn't take much

to send them into a frenzy.

Yeah, maybe.

Or it could have been a bear.

Where's stark?

He should be down here.

Get a 20 on him.

I'll take care of stark.

It's not good faith

just because you use

the words "good faith."

Stonewalling is stonewalling.

A person only stonewalls

in a negotiation.

We're not negotiating.

We're refusing.

You can't just refuse.

It's un-American.

You realize that you

just said that to me

without a hint of irony?

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