The Corridor

Synopsis: A group of high school friends reunite years later for a weekend of partying and catching up on old times. Isolated deep in the snow covered forest, they stumble upon a mysterious corridor of light. Like a drug, the corridor's energy consumes them, driving them to the point of madness. One by one, they turn on each other, taking their evil to the next level. Mayhem leads to murder as they race to outlast each other, and the corridor's supernatural powers.
Genre: Drama, Horror, Sci-Fi
Director(s): Evan Kelly
Production: Unknown
  3 wins.
98 min


Can you hear me, Tyler?


Tyler, lovey?

Can you hear it?

Can you hear it calling?

Can you hear how lonely?

We couldn't block it out.

# Tyler #



Can you hear me, man?

Tyler, can you hear me?

Look at this mess.

I'm not reinstalling

this sh*t.

Shut up, Bob.

Mrs. Crawley?





Hey, g-guys!

Guys, get up here!

Aw, f***.

Is she dead?

I don't know.

- She take all of these?

- Aw, f***.

I'm gonna call 911.

- Mrs. Crawley?

- Pauline?

- God...

- Do we do mouth-to-mouth?

The phones in pieces!

Where's a cell?

Clear her airway first.


She said to block the door!

She said to block it!

So get away from her!

Tyler, what...

What is going on?

You shouldn't have come here.

How did you get in here?

Your mom still leaves a key out.

She opened the door!

The key... with the key!

And she just...

she got so scared.

Okay, hey.

I'm gonna take that from you,


'Cause you're being

a f***ing nut.

- A keyhole!

- Agh!


Turn it, Chris!

You have to turn the key,


You have to lock it out,

or it'll get you too!


Oh, Mommy.

I tried for you.

I tried to block the door.

I tried to make it stop.

# I became awake #

# From a very dark place #

# A patchwork of fear #

# Of poorly conceived ideas #

# With a blister of water #

# The mark of working hands #

# Ready to catch or cut #

# The senses aligned #

# The animal urgency #

# And voices picked up #

# Going over the static #

So, uh... I waited.


I thought you were

picking me up at the airport.

# I became awake #

At this hour, we have rain

in low-lying areas.

Inland, expect 10 to 20

centimeters of snow,

clearing overnight

with highs of 0,

lows of minus 4.

Your extended outlook,

plus news headlines

and sports coming up.

- What up, buddy?

- Stop.

You're fine.

# All awake, ooh #

# I became awake #

# I thought I was sleeping #

# But I was only forming #

# A structure with no ceiling #

# With words like a runway #

I'm just waiting for

some old friends who are coming.

My signing sucks now?

Thank you.

You understand these,

though, right?


# Now I am light #

# All awake #

# All awake #

# All awake #

Sorry, gents.

Needed to get my tip-out.


How are you, boys?

Good. What up?

What up?

So we're really doing this.


No refund on rentals.

Hanging out

at Pauline's Retreat,

like we're kids again?

Could fix us up.


Huggs fell off!

What are you doing?

Yeah, I, uh...

I got to take a piss.

Got the bladder

of a little girl.

We're almost there.

Look, just take it in.

I'll walk.

What do you think, Mom?

Three out of four ain't bad.

Get out!

Come on!

Oh, God.


There we go.

How did Pauline ever do this?

Little Jimmy.

I'm sure you got somebody

on the payroll

who could chop that for you.

Yeah, I'm not doing that well.

Not here, either.

It's these friggin' gloves.

I can't get a grip.

Yeah, that's probably it.


Where's Tyler?

He, uh... he called down.


He's getting her ready.

We just thought

we'd give him some space.


So how's married life for you?


It's good, yeah.

It's been a while for you two.

How's all that

coming along?

Let's have a couple drinks first.

Huggs, right here!


- Come on, buddy!

- Yeah!

Number 81!


Do I really still

have to call him "Bobcat"?

Such a douche.

Come on.

He's not a douche.

He's my cousin.

He's mellowed.

He's a family man.

Oh, poor family.

Remember the time that...

He ate an entire block of butter

up here?


That was the best 5 bucks I ever bet.

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