Slaughter Night

Synopsis: After her father gets killed in an automobile accident, Kristel Lodema discovers that her dad was investigating an old mine where convicted child killer Andries Martiens died back in 1857. Kristel decides to check out the mine along with a group of young adults. However, said mine turns out to be haunted by the dangerous and murderous spirit of Martiens.
90 min

Province of Limburg

In the winter, seven peasant children

disappear without trace.

A large police force is formed

to investigate the disappearances.


The Present

Faculty of Communication & Journalism

Ed? Where are you?

I'm coming... I said I'm coming.

I'll come over to you, okay?

Kris. Kris!

I know:

Guess who has to carry him home again.

Rudy's a little cranky tonight.

Shall I dump him?

- I'll get Estrild from the bathroom.

Paul. Hey Paul!

Stop it, she doesn't want you.

- But I love her. I love her!

Yeah, but she doesn't love you.

Watch out. I'm applying mascara here.

- It wasn't my fault...

Epilate your moustache, bitch.

- Calm down.

Paul was watching you all night.

With a bulge in his pants this big.

Estrild, Paul and I are just friends.

I'm not in love with him.

- What's wrong with Paul?

Your ex was unfaithful,

but they're not all that way.

Paul tried once and anyway

I'm fed up with guys right now.

I read that if you don't do it for a year,

it all seals up.

You're incredible: The only woman I know

who thinks and talks like a man.

That's emancipation for you.

Come on, what?

The hermit...

Still counsel... wisdom from above...

An encounter with someone to help

the seeker on his spiritual quest.


Want to join in, Kris?

- No thanks.

We're going home. Coming?

- Stay a while.

Come on, stay!

Some of us have to get up early.

- I'll give you a ride.

I have my own car and I'm sober. Bye.

That wreck of your's

won't get you 30 yards.


Ataxi maybe?

I don't have a penny.

What about you?

We certainly keep you working,

Mr Lodema.

You call, we come.

You like having her living at home again?

- Sure.

Next time she should think twice

before shacking up.

I'm right here.

We discussed this before, Dad.

- Pick a card, Mr Lodema?

I'll skip this round.

- You don't believe in it?

Not if it's used as a parlour game.

How's your study, Lisa?

Actually I want to travel

and see something of the world.

You're dropping out?

- Just for a while.

I can pick it up again.

- Where are you going?

We're going to the Far East,

then Australia.

We? Who's "we"?


- Shit, sorry!

It just slipped out.

I never quarrelled with him before.

When were you planning to tell me?

At the airport?

I knew you'd be angry.

- I'm not!

I support you in everything. Even

when you rushed into living together.

Does your mother know?

- Yes!

That's great!

Dammit, you have top marks at school.

And now you want to freewheel!

- Please, Dad!

You think you can decide everything

for me as usual, but I'm going.

Whether you like it or not.

- I don't want you to chuck it all away.

That has nothing to do

with you living at home again.


Call an ambulance!

Hello! Hello!





Darling, what's going on?

I couldn't sleep.

Nor could I.

We quarrelled about that stupid trip.

I was going on so much...

It's like it's all my fault.

- Darling!

That really is rubbish.

Promise me you'll never think that again?

How can it be your fault?

Things like this just happen.

Dad left lots of things in Belgium.

Someone has to fetch them.

What things?

Mainly the manuscript of his last book.

I gave permission for it to be published.

The publisher is waiting.

If we go this week...

- Can I go?


It's Disneyland! Pickled!

Okay, I'll go and get the stuff.

You want us to come?

- No.

I have to do it alone.

- We'll get some coffee.

What are you up to?

- I'm going to change.

We're hitting town later.

S. I. S. Shop In Style!

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