Stag Night

Synopsis: Four men out on a STAG NIGHT in New York prematurely exit an underground train after the soon-to-be-best-man begins to hassle two women. Trapped at a deserted station these six adults become the target of a gruesome manhunt when a secret gang of cannibal dwellers, living in the tunnels discovers them. Tensions will rise as they fight to make it through the night with all their limbs attached.
Genre: Horror, Thriller
Director(s): Peter A. Dowling
Production: LionsGate Entertainment
 
IMDB:
4.9
R
Year:
2008
84 min
77 Views


MORE THAN TEN THOUSAND PEOPLE DISAPPEAR

THE CITY OF NEW YORK EVERY YEAR

THE ADULTS ARE NEVER LOOKED FOR

Help!

EXI NO TRANSFER:

TO Uptown trains

STAG NIGH 3:
29 a.m.

Know I can be expelled

only by taking that call.

Where are you?

I'm in an Irish bar

in Times Square.

You mean a club

strip cheap.

Think you do not know what to do

at bachelor parties?

I want you to know

that was not my idea.

Tony knows

a guy from the neighborhood e. ..

Tony's there?

I thought that I would not invite him.

He is my brother.

He is a troublemaker.

I bet he did smoke,

did not you?

No, no.

What is the worst

can he do?

Tie me to a tree

and shave my balls?

If he touches your balls,

say they are mine.

Okay.

Listen, why do you

not sleep a little?

I'll go for them

do not worry about me, right?

Have fun, okay?

Okay.

But not much.

Okay.

And promise you

going back in one piece.

I promise.

- Idiot!

- A**hole!

- What is it?

- Stop it!

Mike?

What is your problem?

- Damn it!

- F*** you!

Bastards,

want to mess with me?

There is no problem here.

What are you doing?

What are you doing?

- What the hell are you doing?

- No problem, right?

Dude, what's your problem?

What is it?

Drop it!

What is your problem?

What are you doing?

What are you doing?

Stop it!

They can go back inside.

There is no problem here, right?

No problem.

Come on!

- You!

- Tony! Tony!

What are you doing?

What are you doing?

Shut up, man.

Wonder, man. We were never expelled

of a dive before.

F***!

The girls were ugly even.

Speaking of which,

where's that girl, Michelle?

- She said she would wait for me.

- She left with her friend.

Drugs.

And now?

It's getting late.

I have to go home.

- What is it?

- Do not be a woman, Joe.

What?

Listen, I know a great club

where we can drink until dawn.

There are girls there?

- No, it's a f***ing gay bar.

- Why do not we eat?

Let's eat.

I'd eat a pizza now.

Damn the food, man!

We promise to Claire

you would not die.

But no promise

you do not shag.

Let's go, we're soaked.

Let's go somewhere.

Okay, let's go.

There is a train in two minutes.

- Come on.

- The Iast paid beer.

- Come on.

- Okay.

Hurry!

Damn!

- Come on!

- Damn it!

There's the train!

Come on! Come on!

Mikey, pay my ticket

too!

I'm not the wallet!

I paid back in!

- Hurry!

- Come on, Mikey!

Come on, Mikey!

- You can do it!

- Come on, Mikey!

Well done!

Dude, do not jump the turnstile

since he was 12 years.

Damn, that's when

I started to jump.

So your record

is the size of my dick.

- So it's not too big?

- No.

No!

Mikey, drink a little of this.

You stole it?

F***. I think we pay

six times more for those drinks.

Guys, it's getting late.

I have to go home.

- Stop it!

- No, no, no.

If I stay, you stay.

Maddie can blame me.

There she is.

Yes, but she gave it out today.

And I think that was good.

You know, Mikey, this is the problem

with married men.

You have no game

Go get it.

- Need a room?

- Michelle?

- Hi, Michelle.

- Sit down.

What are you doing?

You said you'd wait.

But I will not waited.

Of course, had to take

his girlfriend home.

How does he do that?

I could not stay with a prostitute

nor in Bangkok when he was single.

- He has a gift.

- Dom nothing!

See this.

Can I?

Thanks.

Girls!

Go for it, Rich.

Hi, doll.

- What are you reading?

- Move away.

I have no idea what they planned

for me, then, do me a favor ...

keep an eye on it.

Just to be safe.

Delivered today.

pretty well, Mike.

No show for Tony,

okay?

I have not said

he is the godfather?

No, is complicated.

He assumed that and I did not find

the right time to say.

Probably no one.

Claire wants to do it for me.

I bet you have.

Good girl, man.

You're doing the right thing.

Yes

Is even.

I know. I know.

But sometimes I worry, ya know?

Concerned with what?

Sometimes I think

that was not a choice.

Like you.

Remember when he got scholarship at UCLA

and in Columbia and you chose to UCLA?

Yes, but then

I met Maddie.

Sure, but you chose

stay in New York for her.

- What do you mean?

- Life with Claire has always been easy.

Almost too easy.

She grew up here.

We started dating, we live together

and now we're getting married.

'Is what you do.

And as if in a way ...

and that's good, but sometimes

I feel that I did not choose it.

Makes sense?

I think not.

No!

No, but it will be all right.

Excuse me.

your party. If it made sense,

would not be doing it right.

I told you

stay away from me! Cretin!

Easy!

- The b*tch hit me.

- Who called you a slut?

Calm down, Tony!

Sorry to have it called a slut.

- Damn!

- Christ!

- Damn!

- Damn!

- Wow!

- You deserve the son of a b*tch!

- The b*tch threw spray me!

- Stop!

Enough, enough!

- Wow!

- Damn it!

Michelle, wait!

Guys, stop it

and go back to the train.

You go back to the damn train.

My eyes are killing me.

My God!

Wait!

Damn!

Damn!

Damn!

Girl, I just want

to apologize for my ...

You can get away from me,

please?

Okay, just wanted to apologize

the brother of my friend.

He knows how to be a jerk.

Damn you, Carl.

The b*tch threw spray on me.

Maybe I should stop

calling her a slut then.

Shut up, Joe.

Damn!

How do we go from here?

Seriously guys, what do we do?

We are locked here.

There must be a way out.

Otherwise, why the train would leave us here?

In fact, the train did not leave us here.

You forced the doors.

Genius.

So what do we do now?

Wait until they open the doors?

It may take a lot!

Watergate scandal

PRESIDENT NIXON CAI

Someone is getting signal?

Nothing.

No.

Okay.

I'm here.

I took it.

Great!

Were we having fun now

if not for the b*tch.

- How?

- Watch out!

Thank you.

I think we should go

until next season.

The tunnel?

You have a better idea?

And if a train comes?

They do not stop here, genius.

I mean if a train comes

when we're in the tunnel, you idiot.

It's after 4am.

It'll just be another in an hour.

I do not know, man.

Okay.

I go into next season ...

meeting and a telephone warning

authorities to come pick Ios.

- Is it good?

- I go with you.

I will not stay here

with this idiot.

- Come on, Michelle.

- So I'm the one who will not?

Let us all together.

In fact, personal

I think I'll stay with Michelle.

You can send someone

for us.

- Are you sure, man?

- Yes, we'll be fine.

Michelle?

What are you doing?

- Do not want to walk through the tunnel.

- Yes, but you do not know this guy.

But there have rats.

Rats?

I like him.

My God.

Okay, okay.

I'll be back in a few minutes.

- Are you sure you're okay?

- Yes.

Right.

Goodbye.

We'll be back.

Do not rush.

Anyone want a joint

for luck?

No?

- Watch the third rail.

- Thanks.

And you?

Want some?

Sure.

Where?

I think we should go ahead.

Looks like someone

're having fun.

This sucks.

If you were not so stupid,

would not be in this mess.

Damn you, Joe.

It was she who left the train

at the wrong station.

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Peter A. Dowling

Peter Anthony Dowling is a British screenwriter and film director. He was born in Salford, England, in 1969 and started his career in children's animation in both the UK and Germany, working on cartoons such as The Raggy Dolls, Benjamin Bluemchen and Renada. After winning the Fulbright TEB Clarke Fellowship in Screenwriting 1996/7, judged by William Goldman and paid for by John Cleese, Dowling moved to the United States, briefly attending the University of Southern California, and then sold a spec screenplay to Arnold Kopelson (Platoon, Se7en) and 20th Century Fox. His first produced movie was Flightplan starring Jodie Foster which was commercially successful in the U.S. and grossed over $223,000,000 worldwide. Starting in 2007 he began to direct, and his first film was Stag Night. more…

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