The Horde

Synopsis: The film follows John Crenshaw as he accompanies his girlfriend and her students on a weekend nature-photography expedition deep into the woods. What should be an educational and fun-filled weekend turns into horror as the group is besieged by an unspeakable evil - a horde of hideously disfigured, mutated humans with an insatiable taste for blood. As things go from bad to worse, Crenshaw becomes their only hope if they are going to get out alive.
Genre: Action, Horror
Director(s): Jared Cohn
Production: 313 Films
88 min

Getting chilly out here.

Shall we take

this party inside?

Okay, babe.

Just watch your step,

all right?

That's better.


Isn't this better

than Vegas?

Well, I guess.

Come on, sweetie.

There's no noise,

no traffic.

-No smoke, no...

-no room service.

I'll be your room service.

Wine. Okay.


-One for you.

Okay, okay.

Thank you.

To us.

To us.

Okay, room service.

How about some

cheese and crackers

to go with this wine?

As you wish.


-Here you go.

Be right back.

Come on, Charlie.




You fucking asshole.

You shoulda seen your face.

No, this i... this is you.



Charlie! No!

Charlie! Charlie!

Help me, please!


My god!

Please! Somebody help me!

No! No!

Somebody please help me!

Somebody help me.

Welcome to our woods.


Okay, guys,

everyone who's going

on our extra credit trip

to the beautiful

sapphire lake,

please stay

for a few minutes.

And everybody else,

you don't know

what you'll be missing.

And don't forget

that your final exam pictures

are due Tuesday morning.


Have a good weekend.


And we are left...

With us.

Do I really have to go

on this stupid camping trip?

No, Riley,

you can fail the class,

not graduate,

and take it again next year.

What if my dad buys

a new photo lab for campus?

Then you're gonna have

a great place

to retake the class

next semester.


She told you, son.

Shut up, Derrick.

It'll be a great chance

to take pics

and enjoy nature.

Yeah, the only nature

you'll be exploring

is each other.

We'll be leaving

bright and early, guys.

So, remember to charge

your camera batteries

and bring

extra memory cards.

Should be nice and warm.

70's all weekend.

Perfect weather

for skinny dipping.

Okay, you skinny dippers.

Don't forget

to bring your clothes.

And bring some snacks

too, all right?

We'll meet in the lot,

and then we'll leave

at 6:
00 A.M. sharp.

Any questions?

Do we get extra credit

for pictures of bigfoot?


there's never been

a picture of bigfoot.

All been proven fakes,

like loch ness.

Derrick, if you get

a picture of bigfoot

-I'll give you an a.


All right, guys.

Bright and early we'll see you

in the morning.

So it's 8:

this Saturday?

Yes, Mr. crenshaw,

you are all set.

Great, and you got us

a booth by the window

overlooking the water?

She loves the water.

Yes, sir.

It's our best table.

Great. All right,

and it's romantic, right?

Because it's

a special occasion.

I'm sure she'll like it.

It's very romantic.

All right.

Thank you, bye.

What do you think, boy?

You like it?

Not bad?


Selina, there's...

Something I wanted to ask you.


Ever since we...

From the moment

that I-i... Jesus.

What're you doing

for the next 60 years?

How would you

do it, boy?

Yeah, you're a big help.

Could tell you 10 ways

to sink a battleship,

but I can't figure out

how to ask one question.

Hi, babe.


-How are you?

Hi, my little fuzzy bunny.

I missed you.

Did you miss your mommy?

My god.

So, how's my little professor,

good, but I'm tired.

You're tense.

Yeah. That feels

really good.

Just got a lot

going on with school.

I'm grading finals

and doing the schedules

and planning

the extra credit camping trip

this weekend for Saturday.

That's this Saturday?

Yeah. -I thought it

was next Saturday.

No, we had to move it up


of everyone's schedules.

Why? What's wrong?

Nothing, I just had

something planned for us.

Wait, what did you

have planned?

Nothing special.

It's all right.

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