Silent Warnings

Synopsis: After the accidental death of his cousin Joe Vossimer, the just-graduated electronic engineer Layne Vossimer joins his girlfriend and four friends of them to visit and clean the inherited farm in the country. The local Sheriff Bill Willingham is an old friend of Layne, and also grieves the death of Joe. When the group arrives in the farm, some weird and mysterious signs appear in the cornfield, but they believe the other locals are joking with them. When Iris Doyle vanishes, the rest of the group realizes that there is a serious menace jeopardizing that place.
Director(s): Christian McIntire
Production: United Film Organization
87 min

Cousin, I'm home.

Any calls?

Soldier, where is your weapon?

Did you hear me?

I said where is that weapon, soldier?

You are puke.

You are a maggot.

You are the lowest form of life.


...if I ever catch you again without that

weapon strapped firmly to your chest,

I will snatch you up by your

stacking Swivel,

and commence field stripping.

Do I make myself clear?

Oh, you quit drinking,

that's right, I forgot.

It's August...

...and I've been making some


...about what's going on out there... the corn...

...and I think that...


Dammit. Who turned the video

camera on again?


how many times do I have to tell you...

not to play with the expensive

video equipment.

You want reality. I am reality.

What reality needs right about now

there, Cousin,

is some more rounds.

That's what I need: More rounds.

When I was outside there if I...

...had more rounds...

...and ten more divisions of these men...

...our troubles would be over here

very quickly.

Damn it!

Cover me, cousin. I'm going in.

You little bastard.

Cousin, he's broken out of the attic.

Padre, go flank him around back.

What are you looking at?


Dummy? Next time wear your seat belt.

Get it? Crash test dummy.

I got you now, you son of a...


- So...

- What's up, man?

- So?

- So, I am now officially...

...a degreed electrical engineer.

- Whatever that means.

- Hey, man, we all made it.

- Four years of this sh*t.

- Yeah, it's just I don't know.

I thought I would feel different,

you know.

- So, where's Stephen?

- He should be here.

Well you know how he is.

Hey, what's wrong?

Nothing, you know.

Are you still upset about

missing graduation?

Nah. You know me with all of that

ceremonial crap...

I mean, I wanted to be there

with you, but...

...with the funeral and all...

- Yeah.

I'm sorry about your cousin.

Yeah. Just, you know, it was somebody

I really wanted you to meet.

Macy, what, did you pack to

go to the Andes or something?

That's Maurice's crap, smartass.

I have one bag.

Smooth. Very smooth.

Y'all need a lift?


Hey man!

- Hey, what's up!

- How're you doing?

- It's good to see you.

- You too.

- This is Iris.

- Hey, how are ya?

- You know Layne. This is Macy.

- Hi!

You all know Katrina...

- Hi Stephen!

- Hey, ladies!

This is... Maurice.

- Maurice Hall.

- Hi.

Have I seen you around

campus before?

No. I'm taking some time off,

figuring some stuff out.

Yeah, yeah, been there.

Sorry, I know I've seen

you somewhere.

I doubt it.

Smooth. Real smooth...


I already called it, hotshot.

Other side.

Hey, guys, thank you for helping

me out. I really appreciate it.

It's gonna be kind of tough going

back there and stuff but...


- Hey, no problem. I love the country.

Yeah. We're glad to help.

Are there gonna be cows?

- What?

- No, there's not gonna be cows.

- Not on this farm.

- I've never seen a cow...

Hey, it's Highway six, right?

Yeah, you're gonna be coming up

to a split off in the road pretty soon.

Take that and then we just need to stop

in town real quick.

Which town?



Yes, that is my hometown.

You still have relatives there?

No. The sheriff and my

cousin were close.

He's actually been the guy

who's taking care of...

...the estate since the accident and stuff.

So, what are you going to do

with the place after we fix it up?

Sell it. Buy a new place in the city,

or something.

So, what happened?

With your cousin, I mean?

I am not too sure, the sheriff said

something about...

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