The Covenant

Synopsis: Four best friends, young warlocks of the same coven who all share a same secret: a magic powers, suddenly have to protect themselves from a stranger-another warlock just like them who has come to town to destroy their coven after a 300 years old hate...
Director(s): Renny Harlin
Production: Screen Gems
Rotten Tomatoes:
97 min

What's up, fellas?

Where were you?

I stopped by to give you a lift.

Had things to do. How's the party?

Don't know. Just got here.

Well, hell, boys...

...let's drop in.

Oh, sh*t, yeah.


Come on, Caleb.

It's not like it's gonna kill us...


So give me the scoop. Who's here?

The first thing you have to know

is that Aaron Abbot is a prick.

- Treats girls like dirt.

- Okay.

- Who's that?

- The new guy.

He's looking over here.

Don't know much about him,

but I intend to find out.

He's cute.

- Hey, who's that chick with Kate?

- Sarah something.

She transferred in

from a Boston public.

She's kind of hot.

- Yo, Caleb.

- They're here.

- Who are they?

- The Sons of lpswich.

- Hey, Kate.

- Caleb.

- Hi. You're late.

- I had a thing with the family.

- Who's this?

- My new roommate.

Sarah, this is Pogue Parry,

Tyler Simms...


- Garwin. Reid Garwin.

- Good evening.

- Good evening.

You know,

Sarah's my grandmother's name.

- You kind of remind me of her.

- Caleb Danvers.

And you don't bring

my grandmother to mind in any way.

Good. Sarah.

- Hey, Caleb.

- Kira.

How was your summer?

- I'm Kira.

- Sarah.

Oh, right. From the Boston public.

Tell me, how does one go about

getting into Spenser from a public?

- Why don't you give it a rest, Kira?

- Why don't you give it a rest?

- I don't want any trouble, Aaron.

- I'm sure you don't.

You posers make me wanna puke.

- Is that right?

- Hey, let it go.

I think you owe Kira an apology.

Actually, I think

Kira owes Sarah the apology.

You were being kind of bitchy.

Disgusting! You idiot!

Guys, Dylan just called.

He said he saw three cop cars

headed this way on Old Dell Road.

- Hey, let's roll!

- Let's go.

- Let's go, boys.

- Let's go!

- You need a ride?

- No, Sarah drove us out here.

- Will I see you back at the dorms?

- It's getting late. I'm just gonna crash.

Call me in the morning?

- I could use a lift.

- No problem.

- Hey, nice going back there. Caleb.

- Chase.

Thought that guy and I

were about to go at it.

His friend's puking

sure came at an opportune time.

Didn't it, though?

Yeah, yeah, yeah. Hop in my truck.

- Good night.

- I got room. Who needs a ride?

Hey, guys, let's go.

We gotta go before the cops come.

Sarah wants you, man.

- That's bullshit.

- Oh, now. Don't be jealous, Reid.

- My car won't start!

- Hop in with us.

- I can't just leave it here!

- I could fix it for you.

- Reid, don't.

- It's not over yet, boys.

Let it go. It's his life, man.

Try it again.

Thank you!

- Gotta bolt. Move over.

- It's my car.

Move over, baby boy. Now!

No sweat.

We gotta pull over.

You wanna stop?

That'll impress Harvard.

All right, what the hell?

Let's lose them.

Cut across Marblehead.

We might as well have some fun.

Lose them!

- Step on it. Go!

- Stupid kids.

All right, guys, you ready?

Come on, Caleb.

It's gonna take all of us.

Hey, they don't know.

Hit the horn. Hit the horn!

- Holy sh*t, they're going over.

- Harry Potter can kiss my ass!

Stop the car! Stop the car!

Son of a b*tch.

We must be the last ones in.

Well, this is us.

- Just a sec.

- Oh, my God!

- Hate those things.

- And they're all over the place here.

Thank you.

See? Chivalry's not dead after all.

No, it just transferred in.

We're gonna go into town

tomorrow for some things.

- Do you need to pick up any stuff?

- Sure.

I'm in 311. Call me.


- He's hot, huh?

- Listen to you.

- Thanks for the ride.

- All right. Take it easy.

- I'll see you later, man.

- Call me in the morning.

You're home early.

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