Sunset Society

Synopsis: Welcome to the world of the Sunset Society, a secret organization in Hollywood where parties are held, musicians gather and blood flows freely! Ace (Lemmy from "Motorhead") is the head ...
Genre: Horror
Production: Cleopatra Entertainment
Year:
2018
90 min
7 Views

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[Ace] From our childhood

homes they take us,

in our innocence, they make us

to march to fight, to hate,

to believe in them,

their games,

their priceless murderous toys.

Their killing fields, sword and

shield, old men who feel no shame.

Their scent is now heroic

and foolish to the flames.

For the sake of naked power,

we dominate the slaughter house,

we die for what's not ours.

Forsaken by his country,

the veteran is empty,

he counts himself a loser,

his friends are all together,

laughing now forever.

The ones we left behind,

tale us down the years,

we'll never let him join them.

Fearless he was then.

They make him the tragic hero.

May it cost the politicians

dear.

[heavy metal music playing]

[clanging]

[roars]

[bones snapping]

[exclaims]

[whipping]

[clanging]

[sword clashing]

[heavy metal music playing

from car stereo]

[laughter]

[indistinct chatter]

Come on, come on, girls.

[all laughing]

[woman] Open it.

After you.

[Charlie] Ooh...

Charlie, this is where you live?

Ah, ever since the owners

invited me in.

Who else is going to be

partying with us tonight?

Just the three of us.

And maybe Sophia might join us

for a little bite.

- Is she your old lady?

- That she is.

But she sure doesn't look it.

Oh, I can't wait to meet her.

Mm, I'm sure

she's gonna like you two.

She's big into boxed lunches,

especially when they belong to

such cute catholic school girls.

I'm quite partial

to them myself.

Well, between the two of us,

I'm sure you'll have plenty.

Let's go downstairs.

Get the railing.

Here, this way.

Ooh...

Is this staircase

making you dizzy too?

- [women exclaiming]

- [Charlie laughing]

Can I use my phone?

[Charlie] I'm right

where you are. [laughs]

Ooh...

Sophia!

Ah, are you home?

We've got company.

You certainly do.

Hello, Charlie.

Mr. Cross.

What brings you

to my humble abode?

Humble, huh?

I like humble.

Burton,

make Charlie comfortable.

[groans]

Hello, girls.

[roars]

[grunts]

Get off of me. You have no

idea who you're messing with.

We know exactly

who we're messing with.

Ace sent me.

What should we do

with these two?

Uh...

Whatever you like.

- They're no concern of ours.

- Oh, goody.

Play time.

Ladies,

let's do a little exploring,

shall we?

[sighing]

[groans]

Please can you let your grip a little

loose? This cross is burning my back.

Oh, poor baby.

[Charlie groans]

Upstairs, ladies.

You guys wanna come?

[squealing]

Now, we can get down

to business.

What do you want?

A certain film

in your possession.

And please, don't act dumb,

even if you are.

[stutters] I don't have it. The movie

was destroyed, all the copies.

Frankie sorted that, okay?

Why don't you talk to him?

We did ask him.

And Frankie was uncooperative.

[Ace]

Outside the society, right?

So we can be safe,

and not noticed.

And now somebody

is screwing that up.

DVD, boy.

- A movie about what?

- About the real vampires.

I catch them in the act.

- What?

- And I taped it in my camera.

He's a real vampire

in action.

I need you to get

all of this shit,

I need everyone of them

back, recalled.

All right?

And recall the guy, too.

- You know what I mean?

- Yes.

Where's the disk, Frankie?

For the last time,

the disk is destroyed.

Why do I know this? 'Cause I'm

the guy that destroyed it.

I took it out of my drawer,

and put it in the fireplace.

And I watched it burn,

sizzle, burn.

- You look terrible.

- It's gone.

Where's the disk, Frankie?

Where's the disk, Frankie?

Where's the disk, Frankie?

- Where's the disk, Frankie?

- Where's the disk, Frankie?

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