The Void

Synopsis: When police officer Carter (Aaron Poole) discovers a blood-soaked man limping down a deserted road, he rushes him to a local hospital with a barebones, night shift staff. As cloaked, cult-like figures surround the building, the patients and staff inside start to turn ravenously insane. Trying to protect the survivors, Carter leads them into the depths of the hospital where they discover a gateway to immense evil.
Production: SGL Entertainment
  3 wins & 2 nominations.
90 min


He won't get far.


You still awake?

In the middle of a

high speed chase.

This better be important.

I just feel so good

knowing you're out there

keeping us safe.

And yours on your end?

There's a mess of chatter

from state police, but it

sounds like they got

it under control.

Anyway, you're about up so

we'll see you when you get in.


Hold on.

Looks like I got

some kind of a...

Drunk teenager.

I don't know.


Hey, buddy, you know

it's a little cold to be

crawling all the way home.

Stand by.

Big night, huh?

Holy sh*t.

Dispatch, where am

i taking this guy?

Closest emergency services

is still marsh county.

Not sure what's left

of it after the fire.

I think they're moving, but

they're still listed on duty.

Okay, uh, how about lakeland?

It's another twenty

minutes at least.

It's your call.

Okay, you call ahead to marsh.

Let them know it's me

that's bringing him in.

You call ahead.

Can I get some help here?

Uh, bev, I need hands up front.

Bring a stretcher.

Dispatch not call ahead?


We didn't get a call.


Uh, wanna get his feet?

Yup, I'll get him.

- Okay. One, two, three.

- One, two, three.


Are you okay?

Can you hear me?

What's his story, Danny?

Uh, he's bleeding, bev.

We're gonna take care of you.

Beverly, we gotta get him on a

monitor and into Dr. Powell.

Let's go.



Coming back on the air after an

interruption due to

technical problems.

What's that about?

Who knows.

They won't let me do

anything around here.

Oh, here's a good one.


There's a picture.

Ugh, Jesus.

You know, statistically,

you're more likely to die

in a hospital than

anywhere else.


Well, I could give

you a catheter.

That could be fun.

Are you even a nurse?

I am in training.

That's so cool.

How about I'm just gonna

go to sleep, okay?

I should go anyway.

I guess you won't

be needing this.


All messed up.

Well, uh, in time, would

you say you ought to be

able to wrap this up...

Well, you sure know how to

make an entrance, Danny boy.


How you feeling, Maggie?

I've been having some pains.

Dr. Powell says the baby

might be on it's way.

Yup, she's kicking up a storm

in there that's for sure.


I'm just glad the

doc stuck around.

That fire really did a

number on this place.

And I can't afford to be

driving her into the city

every time that

kid gets fidgety.

Give it a rest, grandad.

Let go of me!

- Stop!

- Calm down.

Calm down.

- One more second.

- Let go of me!

- Stop!

- Just one more second.

Easy. Breathe.


I'm not gonna miss this.

You gonna be able to

handle him, Richard?

Your friend here's

had quite a trauma.

Well, not that we have any

ID bracelets left, but for

the record his name is James.

How bad is he?

Well, he's not been

very cooperative.

The sedative will help us

determine exactly what his

condition is, but our

resources are limited here.

Everything's been

packed up for the move.

Looks like James here isn't

any stranger to needles.

Where'd you find this guy?

He f***ing bled on me.

Kim, I know getting

transferred over here

wasn't your first choice,

but you're supposed to be

boxing up files.

No, there are things

called computers now.

Can computers put

files in boxes?

Thank you!

So old school.

You might need something

a little stronger

if you're gonna get

that stain out.

Whatever, f***.

I can do my own laundry.

Well! Look at you.

Brought you uh, coffee.


I was looking for that.

It's mine now so don't

you get any ideas.


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