Synopsis: Ida and Albin are a happy couple. They set off to a cabin in the vast Swedish woodlands to have a fun holiday with their friends. But under the floorboards waits an evil from Sweden's dark past.
Genre: Horror, Thriller
95 min





What in the hell are you doing?

Stop it!

Honey, are you awake?

Can't you have breakfast with me

before I go to work?

Can't you stay in bed a little longer?

I don't have time.

What would we do in that case?

I don't know. Sleep.

What are you gonna do today?


- I might visit Mackan in his office.

- Okay.

Can you pick up a bottle of wine for

your parents tonight?

That's not necessary.

Dad has plenty.

Would you please do it, I don't want

to come empty handed again.

I feel embarrassed about it. Please?

- I'll fix it.

- Thanks.

I really need to go now.

Go, then.

Damn you're hot.

Now I really have to go.

I'm opening today.

Can't you check with the girls,

so they are free.

- What do you mean?

- This weekend.

Oh, of course.

Say hi to Mackan for me.

Don't forget the wine.

I checked up on the house

we talked about,

it seems like it's been abandoned

since forever.

- So I think you can walk straight in.

- Sounds great!

That's perfect. Now we have a place

to stay for the weekend.

But are you sure it's abandoned?

Yes, of course.

If you run into any problems you can

just forward them to me.

- Promise me you'll be careful.

- Of course we'll be careful, Eva.

If you get bored, Dad and I

might come over.

Anyone for a whisky, Albin?

No, I hate whisky.

You know that.

I can take a whisky.

A small one.

Alright, nice.

Mom, could I have another beer?

Have you made any other

plans for the summer?

We talked about going somewhere in

August, but that depends

on if I can get time off.

- I see.

- Thanks.

If you're not doing anything else, you

could always come out to the cabin.

Well, you can barbeque,

go fishing or help out dad.

It sounds nice, mom, we'll consider it.

Dad, what do we do about

the electricity?

- Elin? (A girl's name)

- Electricity. In the house.

Aha, I thought you said Elin.

That's not gonna be a problem. I can

power it up temporarily from work.

I work for all the power distribution

so that's not a problem.

How long has the house been abandoned,

do you know that?

- I don't know, five years, maybe.

- Is there still furniture?

Yes, absolutely.

I'll make a map for you.

There are some small, hard to find

roads, but it'll be alright.


Now let's make a toast.

To Elin. No, what am I saying?

- For Ida and Albin.

- Cheers!

Something like this.

What do you think?

Looks great.

- Bye.

- Bye.


- God, you are sweaty.

- Sorry, I was at the gym with Marie.

- Did you talk about the weekend?

- Sorry, she can't come.


Of course she's coming.

What a relief. I've been

looking forward to this.

Tove is coming too,

so we'll be four girls.

- That's perfect.

- So we can take my car.

Okay, so the guys take the

other car, perfect.

So, who's coming?

Albin and Markus of course. And...

I haven't talked to him.

But can you call and ask at least?

I think he's busy with his friends.

I don't think he wants to.

I don't want you to see him.

He's a player.

You can't say that,

you are siblings.

That's exactly why I know

what he's like.

Okay, but if I promise not to do

anything with him?

What kind of promise is that?

I don't want to, but okay,

I'll call him.

It's gonna be so much fun.

But tell him we are three

single girls that are coming.

Absolutely, I'll tell him that.

- I have a customer soon, so...

- Okay, I'm leaving. Later, kiss kiss.

- I'm so excited!

- Linnea, I have a surprise for you.

- What is it?

- You'll have to wait and see.

I'm so happy you could make it.

I don't know if I would want

to come along otherwise.

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