Siren

Synopsis: A group of friends escaping the city for a weekend away have a simple plan, to tour the coast for a relaxing weekend. Things hit a snag when one of the friends spots a seductive, sultry young woman waving for help off the shore of one of many secluded islands along the coast. Reaching out to rescue her turns deadly and they risk everything to get off the island alive.
Genre: Horror
Director(s): Andrew Hull
Production: LionsGate Entertainment
 
IMDB:
3.6
R
Year:
2010
80 min
36 Views


Where are you headed?

I know that place.

Sh*t.

You got me kind of

distracted over there.

What have we got here?

You like that?

Yeah?

Are you a bad girl?

I thought so.

Wait, there's

someone here.

- No no, baby, don't stop.

- Someone's here.

Baby, don't stop, no.

Baby, baby, baby.

Baby, there's nobody

f***ing here.

There's nobody here,

baby.

Hey sexy.

Hey.

I'm sorry.

I tried.

I just couldn't

do it anymore.

Oh baby,

you were great.

I felt ridiculous

all dressed up like that.

You have no idea.

What?

You have no idea how

incredibly f***ing hot you looked.

Ken.

I hope Marco's flight

wasn't delayed.

It's been years

since I've seen him.

Ugh.

Who's that?

It's a text

from Claire.

Looks like she's stuck

at the office all weekend...

some big deal

or something.

Oh, that's too bad.

I thought they'd really

hit it off.

Don't worry about

Claire not coming.

- Really?

- I've got this whole thing planned out.

I can't believe

your boss is trusting you

with the boat for the weekend,

you big hotshot.

- I just want one thing.

- What's that?

I want you in the red dress.

Wait a sec.

What?

- What is it?

- This is for you.

Thanks.

Babes, thank you.

I've always wanted

one of these.

Open it up.

Forever.

Oh.

Marco.

You made it.

Great to see you.

You're looking...

you're looking great.

- Really?

- Mm-hmm.

Thank you.

You look pretty good too.

All this traveling

really suits you.

Really?

Oh.

Oh.

It's been

way too long.

Yeah, five years

since college.

I'm sorry.

Ken, this is Marco.

Good to meet you,

mate.

Nice to meet you too.

Yeah, sorry we're late.

Me and Rach had to

make a little

pit stop.

Hey, no problem.

I haven't worn a watch in two years.

No one ever told you

that time is money?

You want to pay close

attention to the map.

You don't want to hit

any rocks.

Is this really the island

from "The Odyssey"?

It's possible.

You never know.

This is a very ancient

part of the world.

Baby, what the f***'s

he talking about?

Greek mythology.

Didn't you see "Clash of the Titans"?

The siren's song

pulls the sailors

towards the rocky shores.

So beautiful,

but very very

dangerous.

That's why Odysseus

has his crew plug their ears with wax.

Yeah, I thought

they tied him to the mast.

And he told them, no matter

how hard he begged,

not to untie him

until they were

far away

from the island.

What are you doing?

Hey.

- Aye aye, mate.

- Bon voyage.

- See you Monday.

- See you Monday.

I promise

I won't drown.

Amazing boat.

One of the partners

let us have it for the weekend.

They usually use it

for clients.

They love

showing off.

Their parties

get kind of crazy.

Sounds like

he's doing okay.

They love him. You wouldn't believe

how much they're paying him.

And this villa

we're going to

is absolutely

stunning.

What about you?

- Me?

- Yeah.

I'm great.

So when's

the wedding?

I'm working on it.

You know, I never pictured it

quite like this.

What do you mean?

I always thought,

you know...

You're the one

that got away.

Now come help me

with lunch.

All right, Captain?

Too bad Claire couldn't

come along though, man.

She's f***ing hot.

Oh really?

Yeah, quite

the free spirit.

I'm just happy

to be with you guys.

So how is this traveling-the-world thing

going for you?

Have you managed

to find yourself yet?

I'm working on it.

You know, sometimes

you need some distance

to see what's

right in front of you.

This boat is amazing.

A lot of money to be made

with these guys, man.

And they know

how to party.

- Oh yeah?

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Andrew Hull

Andrew Mackenzie Hull (August 15, 1963 – May 8, 2010) was a Canadian born film maker, film director and architect. He was born in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada, and died in London, England. more…

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