Wolves at the Door

Synopsis: Four friends gather at an elegant home during the Summer of Love, 1969. Unbeknownst to them, deadly visitors are waiting outside. What begins as a simple farewell party turns to a night of primal terror as the intruders stalk and torment the four, who struggle for their lives against what appears to be a senseless attack
Genre: Horror, Thriller
Director(s): John R. Leonetti
Production: New Line Cinema
 
IMDB:
4.5
Rotten Tomatoes:
0%
R
Year:
2016
73 min
8 Views

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(FAINT KNOCKING)

(KNOCKING CONTINUES)

(SOFTLY) Honey.

Honey, wake up.

- What is it?

- Wake up.

It sounds like somebody's knocking.

(KNOCKING CONTINUES)

All right. Hit the lights.

(GRUNTING)

(KNOCKING CONTINUES)

What are you doing?

Stay right here, Mary.

- (SIGHS)

- (KNOCKING CONTINUES)

(THUD)

(DOG BARKING)

(SIGHS)

What was it?

It was nothing.

Come on.

Come here.

God.

(RELIEVED SIGH)

- (RELIEVED SIGH)

- (RATTLING)

What is that?

(CLATTERING)

(PANTING)

I'm calling the police.

Hi, I'm at 3301 Cameron Street.

I think somebody is trying

to break into our house.

(DOOR CREAKS SHUT)

Who's down there?

MAN:
Little pig.

MARY:
Oh, God!

(PANTING)

(PANTING)

MAN:
They're in here.

- (THUDDING)

- (GRUNTS)

(DOG BARKING)

John, there's someone out there!

(DOORKNOB RATTLING)

(SIREN WAILING IN DISTANCE)

(CAR DOOR OPENS)

(DOG BARKING)

LAPD! I'm coming in!

(LIGHT SWITCH CLICKING)

(BREATHES SHARPLY)

(BREATHING SHAKILY)

(DOOR CREAKING)

(RATTLING)

- (DOOR CREAKS)

- (GASPS)

- Don't shoot! Don't shoot!

- Don't shoot! Don't shoot!

(PANTING)

POLICE OFFICER:

Detective Clarkin.

The missus says

she got a visual,

...but she's fuzzy on details.

It was dark. She was upstairs

looking down through her window.

Said she was pretty sure she saw a

white female, but couldn't guarantee.

She's still a little shaken,

but, uh,

...maybe when she calms

down a little...

CLARKIN:
Every day

it's something new here.

- At least the weather's nice.

- (CHUCKLES)

- Those the home owners?

- Yeah. Right this way.

(INDISTINC POLICE RADIO CHATTER)

Think of any reason someone

might wanna do this to you?

MARY:
No.

Disgruntled employee,

upset family member, neighbor?

No! No! No one we know

would do something like this.

Of course.

Had to ask.

There's been a rash

of home invasions...

...over the past few weeks,

...so I'm sure this was

in connection with those.

But who would

do something like this?

Runaways, hippies,

radicals, dropouts.

You name it, you got

it all here in California.

Look, I've got a few theories,

...but nothing I can share at the moment.

The good news is, they've all been

relatively minor infractions.

People sneaking in,

moving things around.

MARY:
Excuse me, Officer.

This doesn't seem

to be something minor.

It certainly didn't feel minor.

No. No, I'm sure it didn't.

I admit, this one seems like

they're stepping things up.

Who knows what might have happened

if you didn't call when you did.

I just don't understand.

They're crazy, dear.

Crazy people do crazy things.

(MARIACHI MUSIC PLAYING)

(INDISTINCT CONVERSATIONS)

WAITRESS:

Fuller. Party of three.

Hola. This way, please.

(SINGING IN SPANISH)

(CHEERING AND APPLAUSE)

Make a wish.

(CHEERING AND APPLAUDING)

Happy birthday, Abby.

My birthday is in October.

- Ah.

- Oh.

We know.

But aren't birthday parties...

...so much more fun

than going away parties?

What? Not my idea.

- What was your idea?

- WOJCIECH:
I don't know.

Kidnap you. Keep you here

forever and ever.

- How sweet.

- Thanks.

SHARON:

Wait, wait, wait, wait.

One more thing.

What's a birthday party

without presents?

Sharon.

Beautiful.

(CLICKS TONGUE) Aw.

- I took it when we were...

- I know.

It's Zuma.

Our beach.

It's beautiful, Sharon.

We always said it had

a mystical hold over us.

Yeah.

WOJCIECH:
This is actually where we first met.

You remember that?

- Yeah.

- That bonfire party?

That was a good party.

JAY:
Credit where credit's due.

In this case, to me.

I'm gonna miss that beach.

- And we're gonna miss you.

- Yeah.

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