Senior Cut Day: The Movie

Synopsis: The government takes homeless people out of a small town and throws them out into the woods. After years of the homeless living in the woods, they become deadly scavengers. One day, a group...
90 min

Where are we?

Hey, Henson, give me the map.


The map... give me the map.

Yeah, I got it. I got it.

You need help?

Yeah... no, I got it.

I'm fine.

I'm all right.

Hang in there.

All right.

I think we passed through

Winchester a week ago.

We headed south,

using Route 2.

If we're averaging

Right? 20 miles? You think

we're doing 20 miles a day?

I don't think

it's that much, with him.

Well, that would put us

somewhere around here then,

in this sh*t.

What am I missing here, Rick?

Look, this small ridge

about five miles

west of here

and over those hills

with the river running parallel...

rocky terrain

provides protection;

the river provides

a water source.

It's a perfect place

for them.

Oh, yeah, we should go there then.

Let's pick up the pace.


Let's go.

Rick, this is f***ing bullshit.

There's no way in hell we're doing this.

This is a bad idea.

What are you thinking?

What am I thinking?


those storm clouds

are coming back

and I'm worried about

Henson getting soaked.

Hey, don't f***ing bring me

into this, man.

- You can't even stand.

- He's right.

We're cornering ourselves.

Yeah, well, this is not

about us, Adam.

- F*** this, Rick.

- Adam, please stop.

- Oh, so I don't get a say?

- Enough already.

No tracks.

That's a start.

Let's go, kid.

And a basement.





Just relax, okay?


Lie down.


- Keep warm.

Oh, man.

Do I get a bedtime story, too?

Oh, sure.

Once upon a time

there was an idiot

called Henson.

Look, I don't like

this place at all.

It seems like

no one has been

in or around here

for a long time,

which is good.

So we rest, we stay dry

and get the hell out

as soon as the rain lets up.

Inventory. Sound off.

Well, I'm still at nine.

I am at eight and three.

Ooh, that is hot.


Only six.

Not too good.

How are my babies?

Dude, you're getting

way too creepy with those seeds.

Next you'll be naming them.

I already have...

Hope and Faith.

Oh, my God,

you're serious, aren't you?

Mock if you will,

but these are our future,

once we find

a nice place.

Jesus Christ, Rick.

Do me a favor, man.

Not today.

Adam, Adam.

Hey, Adam, hold on.

So what's cooking?

This is the last of the dried rabbit

that we traded for.

And we've got two more

of these mystery suckers left.

That's it.

Guys, we need to find

more food.


Do you think Susan is dead?

Susan Markunis

from high school?

You still think about her?



remember her and Jenny

at the lake?

Holy sh*t.

Do you remember that?

Of course.

Oh, man.

It feels like years ago now.

Well, it was.

You think she's dead?

You think Susan's dead...

all these people,

all our friends?

Do I think they're dead?

Yeah. I mean,

is it just us now?

I f***ing know they're dead.

You know, she was nice.

She had those...

Susan was a b*tch

to you, Rick.

Everybody knew that

but you.

She was a b*tch.

Thank you.

You know,

it's weird, thinking about it.

Yeah, don't.

So, preference?

Well, anything

that still has a front door

is always a good sign.

Hey, it's gonna be fine,

just like it always is.

Five minutes, no more.

Watch the clock.

The safety's off.

It's fully loaded.

- I love you.

- I love you, too.

Lock the doors.

I'll be right back.

Two honks

if you see anything.

Yes, yes, yes, Yes, yes...

- No!



Make a wish.

I know. It's okay.

It's okay.

Nice day, huh?

Burning gold there.

What are we celebrating?

I know.

Might as well be today.

I know everybody's pretty much

lost somebody...

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