The Devil's Dolls

Synopsis: In the aftermath of the hunt for a serial killer, an ancient curse consumes a city, causing a series of brutal murders and pitting a detective against the clock to save his daughter's life.
Genre: Horror, Thriller
85 min


Where do you go

When you die?

Where do you go?

Where do you go?

Where do you go

When you die?

You go down down down

Down down

-Help me! Somebody.

Help me! Somebody,

Please help me!

Help me!


Help me, please!


- He's right behind me.


- You're safe.

Amber, right? Amber Ryder?

All units. All units.

This is Doyle.

10-99 on Begos Road

near the hospital.

I got her. Send medical.

- No, no, no,

we have to get out of here.

He's gonna kill me.

-Amber, listen.

Everyone's been out

looking for you.

The whole area is on lockdown

and he knows it.

Now someone will be

by here in a minute

to take you out of here

and then we'll get him.

I promise.

I'm gonna get a blanket

from the trunk and..

-It's okay.

-Okay, Henry. Okay.

On from here walking

Dreams awake

I think not

I think not

The sky comes king

Blown in every direction

And of no country

I am straw

It is no mystery

I know my way from here

Iron sharpens iron

Crooked wooden

in peacock black

I have your feathers

Slung across my back

I'm not the only one

To help you down the hill

My blue knuckles

Do as they will

It is no mystery

I know my way from here

It is no mystery

I know my way from here

-Yeah. I'll tell him, but..

Yeah, I understand that, Lu,

but you know what he'll say.

Okay, lieutenant.

- No.

- Matt.

- No, Darcy.

- I told him you'd say that.

- Then why the hell are we

still having this conversation?

- So I can follow a direct

order and tell the lieutenant

I relayed his message.

-Fine. Go ahead.

-It is CNN this time.

They are asking

for five minutes, Matt.

-We good?

- You know, it might be good

to talk to them.

- Christ, not again.

- No, not for you. The victims.

- The families deserve to hear

more than

dry line items of the case


- It's over, Darcy. He's dead.

If they can't accept that...

- No, no, no, it's not

about accepting it.

They wanna understand.


What more is there

to understand?

He was random and vicious.

The Garrets want to understand?

The Masons,

they want to understand?

Do the Thompsons really want

to understand exactly

what was going through Henry's

mind as he snatched up

their little girl up

and whipped her to death

with the chain off her bicycle?

- Jesus, Matt. I'm not asking

you to rationalize it for them.

- A lot of kids get knocked

around by their old man.

The problem is how some of them

choose to deal with it.

- It's also a problem when

they choose not to deal with it.

-It's late.


- Please tell me we're not

still talking about this.

There's nothing new.

-Yeah, well..

Must have been Henry's.

-Can I help you?

- You have something that don't

belong to you, detective.

- Wait, I know you,

from Henry's file.

You're that Degraty woman...

-DeGracie, Della DeGracie.

The one who found Henry

the night his father died...

-The night.

And I have to have back

that item.

Henry had a box.

- Look, lady,

it's been a long day, alright.

Anything of Henry's has to be

filed with the police clerk.

You can come down

to the station tomorrow

we'll see what we can do.

-Mom, I'm done. Come look.

- Okay, baby.

Are your shoes on?

- Yeah.

- Okay, because mine are not.

I can't find them, have you seen

my brown sandals?

- Mom?

- Okay, okay, sorry.

-Let me see.

Oh, so pretty.

Nice job.

Okay, get ready.

Here, we gotta get going, okay?

Uh, Buddy, get down.

Sweetheart, we talked

about this when we moved in.

There is no reason for you

to be afraid of Buddy.

He would never hurt you,

I promise. Okay?

- It's daddy!

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