Vacancy 2: The First Cut

Synopsis: In 2004, the managers of the Meadow View Motel Gordon and Reece use room 6 to videotape the intimacy of the guests to sell porn movies. When the mysterious Mr. Smith checks in with a young woman, they witness the sadistic psychopath guest stabbing and killing his mate. The footage is a success and they decide to make other snuff movies with Smith. When Caleb, who is traveling from Chicago with his fiancée Jessica and his best friend Tanner, decides to rest in Meadow View, they have a nightmarish night and try to survive from the sick intention of the gang.
Genre: Horror, Thriller
Director(s): Eric Bross
Production: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
 
IMDB:
5.0
R
Year:
2008
86 min
164 Views

Hey, hey, you're gonna kill us.

If I wreck my brother's car...

Let's just wait.

No, I can't wait.

You can't wait either.

I told you to take it easy

with that champagne.

- You take it easy with...

- Hey! Hey!

Okay.

- You're on private property.

- Sorry, we're just lost.

And you figured she might have a map

tucked up under that dress.

Don't feed me that bullshit.

I know what's going on.

Go do it someplace else.

Hello?

Hello?

- Evening.

- Hey, what's going on, man?

We're on our way down to Danville.

I was wondering if you had a room

where we could rest up?

Maybe like an hourly deal

or something?

Sorry. It's nightly rates only.

But I do have a nice room

for you to rest up.

Cool.

Baby, hurry up!

Baby!

- Come on!

- Keep the change.

Honeymoon suite.

Hurry up.

Let's get to work.

I wasn't shy before we were married.

No reason to start now.

Come on.

- What happened?

- I don't know.

What's going on?

It's okay, babe.

- I don't know. Old wires maybe.

- That was freaky.

We should go back to the car.

Are you kidding me? Now?

Come on, I'm dying here.

Come on, babe.

Please?

Remember, till death do us part?

That got a better view.

Newlyweds are always the best.

Newlyweds and cheating husbands.

- Hurry up!

- I'm coming.

Hey, hey, get your feet off the dash!

Hang on, babe! Hang on!

That kid better slow down a bit.

Hustle back and fold up the sheets

in case we got another.

Welcome to the Meadow View.

I'd like a single for the night.

Got a room open.

- Can I have a print of your ID?

- I left my ID in the car.

The name's Smith.

Not a problem.

You know, I think the pipes

are backed up in 2.

It's number 6. Down on the end.

Enjoy your stay, Mr. Smith.

I'm in lousy shape, man.

I couldn't even make her out.

Is she worth watching?

You gotta put in a new microphone.

- Yeah.

- We can barely hear this.

He don't...

He don't trust your housekeeping.

Probably one of them germ freaks.

Where do you want me?

I want you on the bed.

Face down.

Should I take this off

so it doesn't get wet?

What...? What is that?

I can get you a hundred copies

by the morning.

Make it 25.

Sales are slow.

Same old shit. It's getting old.

Are you kidding me?

Look at her.

What you have here is classic.

Twenty-five.

- What's going on?

- We have a problem.

- Reece!

- This guy...

- What's the problem?

- It's nothing we can't handle.

Jesus.

What the hell is this? This shit real?

Oh, yeah.

Damn.

Where's this guy here?

Right... That dude.

We have no idea what to do with him.

Did he know her?

Who's the lady?

She must have killed herself

when I checked in.

You in the habit

of murdering strange women?

We got it all on video.

All of it. Everything.

Just my luck, huh?

A couple of peeping Toms.

Should we call the cops?

This is... This is a murder scene.

You call the cops, all right,

they start asking questions.

You run the risk

of exposing your operation.

We could kill him.

We yank the camera.

We heard screams,

but we couldn't get there in time.

- Or you could untie me.

- What was that?

You could untie me.

Put my skills to use.

You've got a...

You've got a setup here.

It's a real moneymaker.

Nobody buys porn anymore.

But killing...

Killing is different, you know.

Watching somebody die...

...I mean, that's rare. It's valuable.

We could work together.

We could sell 10,000 copies easy.

Well, you know...

...there is a market

for this type of deal.

As soon as we untie him

he's gonna take off.

Getting paid to kill. What better deal

am I gonna get than that?

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Mark L. Smith

He wrote and directed the 2006 film Séance, which won the Festival Prize at the Eureka Springs Digital Film Festival and the Horror Genre Award at ShockFest. Since then he has worked as a screenwriter. Smith's writing credits include the 2007 horror film Vacancy and its prequel, Vacancy 2: The First Cut, and the 2009 Joe Dante film, The Hole. Together with Alejandro González Iñárritu, he co-wrote The Revenant, based in part on the novel of the same name by Michael Punke. The film stars Leonardo DiCaprio, Tom Hardy and Will Poulter. Shooting began in September 2014. The film was released on December 25, 2015. more…

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