1 00:00:34,534 --> 00:00:34,533 Derek: So, what do you think? 2 00:00:34,535 --> 00:00:39,271 Andrew: It's good, it's a little cliche, don't you think? 3 00:00:39,273 --> 00:00:41,273 -No, that's not cliche. 4 00:00:41,275 --> 00:00:43,242 That's how every found footage movie starts. 5 00:00:43,244 --> 00:00:44,543 -I know, that's why i called it cliche. 6 00:00:44,545 --> 00:00:46,578 Mark: Yeah, that or a fake police evidence tag. 7 00:00:46,580 --> 00:00:48,480 -Yeah, and plus, if the bodies were never recovered 8 00:00:48,482 --> 00:00:51,383 you know, how did they find the footage? 9 00:00:51,385 --> 00:00:54,653 -Yeah, no, of course, I'm saying this looks good-- 10 00:00:54,655 --> 00:00:55,821 -oh, no this looks great! 11 00:00:55,823 --> 00:00:57,389 Yeah, the text and everything, 12 00:00:57,391 --> 00:00:59,491 it's very impressive. -Thank you. 13 00:00:59,493 --> 00:01:01,360 -Yeah, no, absolutely, but again, in this first part, 14 00:01:01,362 --> 00:01:02,628 it doesn't say anything about why 15 00:01:02,630 --> 00:01:02,628 they were filming in the first place, 16 00:01:02,630 --> 00:01:05,330 it just says that the footage was found. 17 00:01:05,332 --> 00:01:07,566 What footage? -The vacation video footage? 18 00:01:07,568 --> 00:01:10,069 -No, I know that, but the audience needs to know that. 19 00:01:12,806 --> 00:01:13,605 -Yeah. 20 00:01:13,607 --> 00:01:13,605 -Right. 21 00:01:13,607 --> 00:01:16,442 -No, of course they do. -Right. 22 00:01:16,444 --> 00:01:19,244 -Right, no, I'm saying, yeah, we should put that in there. 23 00:01:19,246 --> 00:01:20,579 -I agree, that's a great idea. 24 00:01:20,581 --> 00:01:22,414 -Obviously, but it looks good and we should add that. 25 00:01:22,416 --> 00:01:24,550 -It looks great, and we should put that in there. 26 00:01:24,552 --> 00:01:26,785 -There it is then, it's happening, we're making movies. 27 00:01:26,787 --> 00:01:28,687 This guy right here comin' up with good ideas, 28 00:01:28,689 --> 00:01:30,255 that's why I hired him as director. 29 00:01:30,257 --> 00:01:32,658 Let's put it in, rock star. -Terrific. 30 00:01:41,201 --> 00:01:42,701 -It's not gonna fit dude. -We got everything? 31 00:01:42,703 --> 00:01:44,103 -This is it man. 32 00:01:44,105 --> 00:01:45,571 -It's everything. -This'll fit in there. 33 00:01:45,573 --> 00:01:46,605 -Is this the new pa? 34 00:01:46,607 --> 00:01:48,407 Derek: Yep. 35 00:01:48,409 --> 00:01:51,643 Andrew: Oh good, he can give us a hand. We need it. 36 00:01:51,645 --> 00:01:54,113 Derek: Hey! There she is! 37 00:01:54,115 --> 00:01:55,647 -I'm good, how are you? 38 00:01:55,649 --> 00:01:57,783 - I'm good too. 39 00:01:57,785 --> 00:01:59,118 Lily, I want you to meet Andrew. 40 00:01:59,120 --> 00:01:59,785 This is our director. 41 00:01:59,787 --> 00:02:01,220 Mark: Hi Andrew, Lily. 42 00:02:01,222 --> 00:02:02,154 This is my brother mark. 43 00:02:02,156 --> 00:02:02,154 -Hey mark. 44 00:02:02,156 --> 00:02:04,423 -Mark, this is Lily, our new pa. 45 00:02:04,425 --> 00:02:05,557 Mark: I'd shake your hand, but-- 46 00:02:05,559 --> 00:02:06,191 -you're filming. 47 00:02:06,193 --> 00:02:07,259 Mark: Yeah. 48 00:02:11,398 --> 00:02:13,866 -It is very expensive sound gear. 49 00:02:13,868 --> 00:02:16,435 Good stuff, top shelf stuff here, 50 00:02:16,437 --> 00:02:18,537 probably seen these, you know, on set, people do that. 51 00:02:18,539 --> 00:02:20,739 This is my boom stick. 52 00:02:20,741 --> 00:02:22,808 Shop smart, shop s-mart. 53 00:02:33,820 --> 00:02:35,654 -Okay, good point, except that's not gonna be enough. 54 00:02:35,656 --> 00:02:40,192 Hundreds, thousands of movies get made every year, 55 00:02:40,194 --> 00:02:42,461 never seen the light of day because they don't have 56 00:02:42,463 --> 00:02:45,564 a huge movie star or big special effects, 57 00:02:45,566 --> 00:02:45,564 which we don't have the budget for, 58 00:02:45,566 --> 00:02:51,170 so we have to find a way to make people pay attention to us. 59 00:02:51,905 --> 00:02:54,239 We need to generate free publicity. 60 00:02:54,241 --> 00:02:55,307 -Okay. 61 00:02:55,309 --> 00:02:56,275 -But how do you do that? 62 00:02:56,277 --> 00:02:57,910 How do you make free press? 63 00:02:57,912 --> 00:02:59,878 Well, the way I see it, there are two ways to do it. 64 00:02:59,880 --> 00:03:01,847 One, create controversy, right. 65 00:03:01,849 --> 00:03:02,948 You piss the right people off, 66 00:03:02,950 --> 00:03:04,716 they will write about you. 67 00:03:04,718 --> 00:03:07,553 So, I got to thinking, you know what, 68 00:03:07,555 --> 00:03:10,222 let's write in like a pedophile catholic priest, 69 00:03:10,224 --> 00:03:11,523 that'll get the catholics all riled up. 70 00:03:11,525 --> 00:03:14,393 -Don't do that though. -I'm not going to. 71 00:03:14,395 --> 00:03:15,694 -Oh my god. 72 00:03:15,696 --> 00:03:18,564 -Because there is another way to get free press, 73 00:03:18,566 --> 00:03:20,732 and that is to be the first at something. 74 00:03:20,734 --> 00:03:22,234 -Okay 75 00:03:22,869 --> 00:03:25,671 -sharknado! Yes? Right? 76 00:03:25,673 --> 00:03:29,441 Deadly aquatic life forms, deadly weather patterns, 77 00:03:29,443 --> 00:03:30,709 first movie to combine them, 78 00:03:30,711 --> 00:03:33,212 total piece of shit as a film, 79 00:03:33,214 --> 00:03:35,614 but it sold at afm last year based on the concept-- 80 00:03:35,616 --> 00:03:37,216 -wait, I know, but again, I feel like 81 00:03:37,218 --> 00:03:38,817 "piece of shit" is not what we're goin' for. 82 00:03:38,819 --> 00:03:42,921 -Of course not, but what if we make a kick ass scary movie, 83 00:03:42,923 --> 00:03:45,624 and we are also the first at something noteworthy. 84 00:03:45,626 --> 00:03:47,726 That would be like the best of both worlds. 85 00:03:47,728 --> 00:03:50,462 Right? Come for the concept, stay for the great film. 86 00:03:50,464 --> 00:03:52,731 -Okay, so what are we gonna be the first to do? 87 00:03:55,301 --> 00:03:57,736 -Get ready to have your minds blown. 88 00:03:57,738 --> 00:04:00,439 Hold onto your knickers, because 89 00:04:00,441 --> 00:04:05,344 as of this morning we are no longer just shooting 90 00:04:05,346 --> 00:04:08,347 the greatest found footage horror movie ever made. 91 00:04:08,349 --> 00:04:09,982 We are shooting... 92 00:04:12,952 --> 00:04:14,786 Drum roll. 93 00:04:16,757 --> 00:04:18,790 Drum roll, can i get a drum roll? 94 00:04:18,792 --> 00:04:20,359 -I don't do sound effects. 95 00:04:22,528 --> 00:04:24,863 He's not gonna stop until you drum roll. 96 00:04:24,865 --> 00:04:26,965 -Trust me you are going to want to be doing a drum roll 97 00:04:26,967 --> 00:04:28,700 when you find out. 98 00:04:28,702 --> 00:04:31,770 - Okay, okay. Very good. 99 00:04:31,772 --> 00:04:34,506 -We are shooting the first ever 100 00:04:34,508 --> 00:04:36,041 found footage horror movie... 101 00:04:38,011 --> 00:04:39,544 In 3D. 102 00:04:39,546 --> 00:04:41,680 -What? 103 00:04:41,682 --> 00:04:43,448 Derek: We're shooting in 3D. 104 00:04:43,450 --> 00:04:45,450 -We're shooting in 3D? -We are shooting in 3D. 105 00:04:45,452 --> 00:04:46,518 -How are we shooting in 3D? 106 00:04:46,520 --> 00:04:46,518 -That's what I'm showing you. 107 00:04:46,520 --> 00:04:48,954 Check it out, this is the camera, look at it. 108 00:04:48,956 --> 00:04:50,656 -No, I'm sorry--- right lens, left lens. 109 00:04:50,658 --> 00:04:52,057 Just like in reality. 110 00:04:52,059 --> 00:04:55,327 -I mean, how does that even make sense in the story? 111 00:04:55,329 --> 00:04:57,963 Why would your character film in 3D? 112 00:04:57,965 --> 00:04:59,765 -Why wouldn't he film in 3D? 113 00:04:59,767 --> 00:05:01,900 -Well, because in the premise of spectre of death-- 114 00:05:01,902 --> 00:05:05,704 -spectre of death 3D. 115 00:05:06,906 --> 00:05:09,808 -That's very good, okay, in the premise of the film, 116 00:05:11,077 --> 00:05:12,577 it's a vacation video. 117 00:05:12,579 --> 00:05:15,414 So, who shoots their vacation videos in 3D? 118 00:05:15,416 --> 00:05:17,082 -I don't know... Japanese people? 119 00:05:17,084 --> 00:05:17,082 -He's probably accurate. 120 00:05:17,084 --> 00:05:23,055 -No, okay, whatever, my character is now a filmmaker. 121 00:05:23,057 --> 00:05:26,591 I'm not a documentarian. I shoot everything in 3D, 122 00:05:26,593 --> 00:05:28,093 I'm a 3D enthusiast. 123 00:05:28,095 --> 00:05:29,695 -That's not a thing. -It is now. 124 00:05:34,100 --> 00:05:35,367 -Look at this. 125 00:05:36,703 --> 00:05:40,339 - Ah , that's pretty cool. 126 00:05:40,341 --> 00:05:42,541 The monitor's in 3D too, look at this, mark. 127 00:05:42,543 --> 00:05:43,809 Look, watch. 128 00:05:43,811 --> 00:05:45,410 Mark: What? 129 00:05:45,412 --> 00:05:46,678 -Do somethin'. 130 00:05:50,718 --> 00:05:56,088 Andrew: That's terrific. 131 00:05:56,090 --> 00:05:58,690 -Because not only are we shooting the first ever 132 00:05:58,692 --> 00:05:59,991 found footage horror movie in 3D. 133 00:05:59,993 --> 00:06:02,127 We are also shooting the first ever 134 00:06:02,129 --> 00:06:05,497 behind the scenes documentary... also in 3D. 135 00:06:05,499 --> 00:06:06,798 Andrew: How much did you spend on this thing? 136 00:06:06,800 --> 00:06:08,133 -Doesn't matter. We can return it. 137 00:06:08,135 --> 00:06:09,835 -Do you have enough batteries for this thing? 138 00:06:09,837 --> 00:06:11,536 Derek: Dude, quit pissing in the pool, 139 00:06:11,538 --> 00:06:12,971 and just get into it already. 140 00:06:12,973 --> 00:06:14,873 Look at that, you're hanging onto a goldmine right there. 141 00:06:14,875 --> 00:06:16,041 Andrew: It's beautiful, don't get me wrong. 142 00:06:18,511 --> 00:06:21,613 -This is a very impressive gimmick. 143 00:06:21,615 --> 00:06:24,816 -I wish you would've told me about this sooner. 144 00:06:24,818 --> 00:06:27,419 -I wish I had thought of it sooner. 145 00:06:27,421 --> 00:06:29,488 -I still vote for the pedophile priest. 146 00:06:29,490 --> 00:06:30,789 -We're not doing the pedophile priest 147 00:06:30,791 --> 00:06:35,727 - ahh. 148 00:06:35,729 --> 00:06:37,429 It's like I can touch you. 149 00:06:37,431 --> 00:06:39,664 -I feel like, you know,, it's... 150 00:06:39,666 --> 00:06:39,664 Alright, so apparently we're shooting 151 00:06:39,666 --> 00:06:44,069 the first ever found footage horror film in 3D, 152 00:06:44,071 --> 00:06:45,971 and I've got about 12 hours 153 00:06:45,973 --> 00:06:47,639 to figure out how this thing works, 154 00:06:47,641 --> 00:06:48,774 and to rearrange my whole plan 155 00:06:48,776 --> 00:06:52,177 for how I'm gonna shoot it... in 3D. 156 00:06:52,179 --> 00:06:53,111 Hey Carl. 157 00:06:54,547 --> 00:06:55,881 3D. 158 00:06:57,417 --> 00:06:59,451 -That has absolutely no effect on sound. 159 00:06:59,453 --> 00:07:00,886 Andrew: Derek? 160 00:07:00,888 --> 00:07:01,987 Derek: Yo. 161 00:07:01,989 --> 00:07:03,822 -It's gettin' a little late. 162 00:07:03,824 --> 00:07:05,157 Derek: Yeah, it is. 163 00:07:05,159 --> 00:07:07,025 -Well, we still don't have our lead actress. 164 00:07:07,027 --> 00:07:09,928 Derek: Yeah, no shit, tell me somethin' new. 165 00:07:09,930 --> 00:07:11,696 -Do you want me to call her? 166 00:07:11,698 --> 00:07:13,465 Derek: Do whatever the fuck you wanna do. 167 00:07:13,467 --> 00:07:14,433 Andrew: What does that even mean? 168 00:07:14,435 --> 00:07:15,167 Lily: I'll call her. 169 00:07:15,169 --> 00:07:16,868 -Can you? Thank you. 170 00:07:16,870 --> 00:07:19,004 It's just gonna be a little tough 171 00:07:19,006 --> 00:07:21,072 to do the film without her. 172 00:07:21,074 --> 00:07:21,072 -It's gonna be a lot tough 173 00:07:21,074 --> 00:07:23,942 to do the film with her, trust me. 174 00:07:23,944 --> 00:07:26,978 Carl: Derek and Amy, I've worked with several times. 175 00:07:26,980 --> 00:07:28,180 The last time we worked together 176 00:07:28,182 --> 00:07:29,514 was probably about six months ago 177 00:07:29,516 --> 00:07:31,983 on the indiegogo campaign. 178 00:07:31,985 --> 00:07:33,585 Right around the time that their marriage 179 00:07:33,587 --> 00:07:36,188 was finally, um... 180 00:07:36,190 --> 00:07:37,222 How do I put it delicately? 181 00:07:39,492 --> 00:07:43,562 It's appropriate that we are filming a horror movie. 182 00:07:44,630 --> 00:07:46,031 -Andrew, hi, sorry I'm late. 183 00:07:46,033 --> 00:07:49,067 -No worries, you're fine, you're here. 184 00:07:49,069 --> 00:07:50,502 Can we get you anything? You want water? 185 00:07:50,504 --> 00:07:50,502 You want something to eat? 186 00:07:50,504 --> 00:07:52,838 -No, I'm okay. I'm sorry, I'm just late. 187 00:07:52,840 --> 00:07:54,139 Andrew: You're fine, no worries. 188 00:07:54,141 --> 00:07:55,173 -What's this? The behind the scenes? 189 00:07:55,175 --> 00:07:56,041 Andrew: A little bit, yeah. 190 00:07:56,043 --> 00:07:57,576 -Yeah. 191 00:07:57,578 --> 00:07:58,844 What? 192 00:07:58,846 --> 00:07:59,845 Mark! 193 00:07:59,847 --> 00:08:01,913 Hi! Is that you? 194 00:08:03,049 --> 00:08:04,583 Oh, it's so good to see you. 195 00:08:04,585 --> 00:08:05,851 Mark: It's good to see you too. 196 00:08:05,853 --> 00:08:06,685 - How's it goin'? 197 00:08:06,687 --> 00:08:07,919 Mark: Good. 198 00:08:07,921 --> 00:08:07,919 Derek: Andrew. 199 00:08:07,921 --> 00:08:12,624 Mark: Okay, so are you excited to be here? 200 00:08:13,693 --> 00:08:16,761 -Yes, yeah, it feels really good to be here. 201 00:08:16,763 --> 00:08:18,897 I'm excited to be working with Derek again, 202 00:08:18,899 --> 00:08:21,199 and Andrew's a wonderful director, 203 00:08:21,201 --> 00:08:25,070 and just glad to be on a feature again. 204 00:08:25,072 --> 00:08:26,838 I've been doing a lot of-- 205 00:08:26,840 --> 00:08:28,573 mark: Hold on, sorry, i need to adjust your mic. 206 00:08:31,077 --> 00:08:32,511 -I wasn't really expecting 207 00:08:32,513 --> 00:08:34,145 to be doing this right now anyway. 208 00:08:34,147 --> 00:08:35,847 I'm not really made up. 209 00:08:35,849 --> 00:08:37,215 -It's fine, you look fine. 210 00:08:39,085 --> 00:08:40,552 You look... 211 00:08:41,287 --> 00:08:43,288 You look b-b-... 212 00:08:43,890 --> 00:08:45,190 You look beautiful. 213 00:08:46,292 --> 00:08:47,826 -Thank you. 214 00:08:49,128 --> 00:08:50,795 Can I ask you a question? 215 00:08:51,764 --> 00:08:53,632 Mark: Mmm-hmm. 216 00:08:55,735 --> 00:08:58,870 -Did Derek say anything to you about me, or us at all? 217 00:09:00,773 --> 00:09:02,841 I'm just trying to piece out why 218 00:09:02,843 --> 00:09:05,243 he asked me to still do this. 219 00:09:05,245 --> 00:09:08,947 After everything, it just seemed a little strange. 220 00:09:08,949 --> 00:09:11,816 And I don't know, I thought maybe... you guys are close, 221 00:09:11,818 --> 00:09:13,084 and he said something. 222 00:09:13,086 --> 00:09:16,121 Did he? -Nope. 223 00:09:18,024 --> 00:09:19,324 -Are you sure? 224 00:09:20,726 --> 00:09:21,760 -Yeah. 225 00:09:26,265 --> 00:09:28,700 Derek: Here we go! En route! 226 00:09:35,841 --> 00:09:37,142 Derek: Is he sleeping? 227 00:09:37,144 --> 00:09:38,777 Mark: Yeah. 228 00:09:38,779 --> 00:09:42,314 -Lily, do you have the forks? The forks? 229 00:09:42,316 --> 00:09:43,715 -Don't. 230 00:09:45,685 --> 00:09:47,152 -Awe, leg cramp, oh god. 231 00:09:50,723 --> 00:09:52,591 Herr director. -Hey. 232 00:09:52,593 --> 00:09:54,960 -How long till we actually make it to the actual location? 233 00:09:54,962 --> 00:09:57,596 -About an hour and a half. 234 00:09:57,598 --> 00:09:58,897 Andrew: Where did you find this place anyway? 235 00:09:58,899 --> 00:10:00,966 -Amy's family owns it. 236 00:10:00,968 --> 00:10:04,336 Her uncle or somethin' built it during the depression. 237 00:10:04,338 --> 00:10:05,937 -She's asleep. 238 00:10:05,939 --> 00:10:08,006 Carl: Very funny, Derek, hilarious. 239 00:10:08,008 --> 00:10:08,807 -Is this good? 240 00:10:08,809 --> 00:10:09,307 Mark: Yeah. 241 00:10:09,309 --> 00:10:10,775 -Okay. 242 00:10:10,777 --> 00:10:13,278 Mark: So basically, just talk about how you 243 00:10:13,280 --> 00:10:14,779 became involved with the spectre of death. 244 00:10:14,781 --> 00:10:16,014 -Oh, okay. 245 00:10:17,083 --> 00:10:19,818 Yeah, I met Derek at a party last week, 246 00:10:19,820 --> 00:10:22,220 and he asked me if I wanted to come help out on the film, 247 00:10:22,222 --> 00:10:23,989 and told me that it was gonna be a horror film, 248 00:10:23,991 --> 00:10:25,790 and I absolutely love horror films, 249 00:10:25,792 --> 00:10:28,126 so I couldn't pass it up. 250 00:10:28,128 --> 00:10:31,997 And yeah, I don't really know what I'm doing, 251 00:10:31,999 --> 00:10:33,131 but I'm learning a lot, 252 00:10:33,133 --> 00:10:35,066 so that's really really cool. 253 00:10:35,068 --> 00:10:37,268 I've done YouTube stuff, 254 00:10:37,270 --> 00:10:38,403 but I don't think that counts, 255 00:10:38,405 --> 00:10:40,805 and this is like lights, and every-- 256 00:10:43,242 --> 00:10:44,409 check this shit out. There's a couple of old dudes back there sittin on the porch 257 00:10:44,411 --> 00:10:46,711 straight out of fuckin' deliverance. 258 00:10:46,713 --> 00:10:48,213 Get the camera. -For the behind the scenes? 259 00:10:48,215 --> 00:10:49,881 -No, we're gonna shoot em'. We're gonna shoot the movie. 260 00:10:49,883 --> 00:10:52,083 -Wait, really? -Yeah, yeah, dude go. 261 00:10:52,085 --> 00:10:53,718 You've got nothin' to lose-- -they're not actors. 262 00:10:53,720 --> 00:10:55,086 -It's gonna awesome, dude. Wait'll you see these guys. 263 00:10:55,088 --> 00:10:55,086 Get the camera. -Alright. 264 00:10:55,088 --> 00:10:57,689 -So, this is how this is gonna happen. 265 00:10:57,691 --> 00:10:59,691 I'm gonna call action, 266 00:10:59,693 --> 00:11:02,394 and then Derek here is going to ask you 267 00:11:02,396 --> 00:11:06,231 for directions to a farm nearby, 268 00:11:06,233 --> 00:11:09,200 and we need you to tell us to stay away from the farm. 269 00:11:09,202 --> 00:11:12,270 It's a bad place and bad things happen. 270 00:11:12,272 --> 00:11:14,105 Just tell us to stay away. 271 00:11:14,107 --> 00:11:16,007 Sound good? 272 00:11:16,009 --> 00:11:17,242 -Yeah. -Is this candid camera? 273 00:11:17,244 --> 00:11:18,810 Andrew: No, no sir, 274 00:11:18,812 --> 00:11:20,879 that show hasn't been around for a long time. 275 00:11:20,881 --> 00:11:22,814 -We just want that ominous dark feeling like, 276 00:11:22,816 --> 00:11:25,316 "oh, we're goin' into a bad place, stay away." 277 00:11:25,318 --> 00:11:28,420 -Right, sound good? -Yeah, okay. 278 00:11:28,422 --> 00:11:30,755 Andrew: Alright, here we go, we're gonna give this a shot. 279 00:11:30,757 --> 00:11:32,691 And action. 280 00:11:32,693 --> 00:11:34,259 Derek: Hey, we're lookin', do you guys know 281 00:11:34,261 --> 00:11:37,429 how to get to like the old buford farm out there? 282 00:11:37,431 --> 00:11:40,331 -Yeah I do, you go down this way to the y, 283 00:11:40,333 --> 00:11:41,433 and you take a left-- 284 00:11:41,435 --> 00:11:43,301 Andrew: Cut, cut! 285 00:11:43,303 --> 00:11:45,103 Okay, thank you. 286 00:11:45,105 --> 00:11:47,806 So... we need you to tell us to stay away from there. 287 00:11:47,808 --> 00:11:49,441 -You don't really want the directions. 288 00:11:49,443 --> 00:11:50,942 Andrew: That's right, that's right. 289 00:11:50,944 --> 00:11:53,044 -We want it to be like a warning. 290 00:11:53,046 --> 00:11:54,446 We say, "how do you get there?" 291 00:11:54,448 --> 00:11:56,815 And you're like, "you stay away from there." 292 00:11:56,817 --> 00:11:58,416 -Yeah, I got you now. 293 00:11:58,418 --> 00:12:03,354 -Alrighty, we still slated, speed, and... action. 294 00:12:03,356 --> 00:12:05,023 Derek: Good afternoon. -Yeah, howdy. 295 00:12:05,025 --> 00:12:06,758 Derek: Do you guys know how to get out to the-- 296 00:12:06,760 --> 00:12:08,326 -you don't wanna go out there, it's scar-- 297 00:12:08,328 --> 00:12:10,195 - cut, cut! 298 00:12:10,197 --> 00:12:12,197 I'm sorry, he just needs to be able to get the question out. 299 00:12:12,199 --> 00:12:13,465 - Oh yeah. 300 00:12:13,467 --> 00:12:15,200 Andrew: Yeah, alright, so we'll take this again. 301 00:12:15,202 --> 00:12:17,335 All set, and action. 302 00:12:17,337 --> 00:12:18,303 Derek: Good afternoon. 303 00:12:18,305 --> 00:12:19,771 -Afternoon. 304 00:12:19,773 --> 00:12:21,072 -Do you know how to get, 305 00:12:21,074 --> 00:12:22,440 we're trying to find old man buford's place, 306 00:12:22,442 --> 00:12:23,742 I think, that's out there? 307 00:12:23,744 --> 00:12:25,009 -Yeah, I know how to find it. 308 00:12:25,011 --> 00:12:26,811 It's out there. 309 00:12:27,947 --> 00:12:30,348 And you don't wanna go out there. 310 00:12:31,217 --> 00:12:33,518 - Woooooo! - Why not? 311 00:12:33,520 --> 00:12:37,388 -Why not go out there? I'll tell you why not... 312 00:12:37,390 --> 00:12:39,257 Bad things happen out there. 313 00:12:39,259 --> 00:12:40,859 - Yeah, bad things. 314 00:12:40,861 --> 00:12:44,095 -Alrighty, and cut. 315 00:12:44,097 --> 00:12:44,095 -Thank you guys. 316 00:12:44,097 --> 00:12:46,397 That is what we like to call awesome. 317 00:12:46,399 --> 00:12:47,866 Amy: Thank you gentlemen. 318 00:12:47,868 --> 00:12:49,467 Derek: That was fantastic. 319 00:12:49,469 --> 00:12:51,436 -You guys are amazing. One in a million. 320 00:12:51,438 --> 00:12:53,138 -Happy to help. -Thank you guys. 321 00:12:53,140 --> 00:12:55,306 Amy: Thank you. Lily: Sign the release form. 322 00:12:55,308 --> 00:12:56,875 -What kind of movie did you say this was? 323 00:12:56,877 --> 00:12:58,443 Lily: It's a horror film. 324 00:12:58,445 --> 00:13:02,514 -Oh really, and one of them, what do they call them? 325 00:13:02,516 --> 00:13:04,516 Torture porns? Like saw? 326 00:13:04,518 --> 00:13:07,018 Mark: No, it's a ghost story. 327 00:13:08,220 --> 00:13:11,422 -Yeah, it's found footage. 328 00:13:11,424 --> 00:13:13,424 -And you're filming here in Gonzales? 329 00:13:13,426 --> 00:13:15,560 Mark: A little ways away. 330 00:13:15,562 --> 00:13:19,931 It's an old place off of route 12. 331 00:13:19,933 --> 00:13:22,267 -You're not talking about old Rufus Mitchell's place 332 00:13:22,269 --> 00:13:23,968 up there on the lake, are you? 333 00:13:23,970 --> 00:13:26,838 Mark: Yeah, i guess, I think so. 334 00:13:26,840 --> 00:13:28,173 -No, no, no. 335 00:13:29,508 --> 00:13:31,843 You don't go to that place. 336 00:13:32,378 --> 00:13:33,845 No. 337 00:13:36,482 --> 00:13:38,183 -Okay, thank you. 338 00:13:38,185 --> 00:13:39,951 Have a great day. 339 00:13:41,120 --> 00:13:41,119 That was weird. 340 00:13:41,121 --> 00:13:45,957 -Wait a second, are you saying that the place 341 00:13:45,959 --> 00:13:48,359 we're actually going to is haunted? 342 00:13:50,196 --> 00:13:58,102 -No, it's not actually haunted. 343 00:13:58,104 --> 00:14:03,174 -Stories, what stories? 344 00:14:03,176 --> 00:14:05,210 -Okay, so then it is haunted. 345 00:14:05,212 --> 00:14:07,178 I mean... that's how a haunted place gets-- 346 00:14:07,180 --> 00:14:09,013 -no, it's just like old family 347 00:14:09,015 --> 00:14:10,448 superstition bullshit or whatever. 348 00:14:10,450 --> 00:14:12,150 -Everything you're saying makes it sound worse. 349 00:14:12,152 --> 00:14:14,953 I'm just saying, you know, you've got young people 350 00:14:14,955 --> 00:14:16,221 who have never been on a movie set, 351 00:14:16,223 --> 00:14:18,056 and you're bringing them out... 352 00:14:18,058 --> 00:14:20,291 You don't bring a film crew to a haunted house 353 00:14:20,293 --> 00:14:22,060 to film a horror movie. 354 00:14:22,062 --> 00:14:24,229 Have you not seen, like... Every horror movie ever? 355 00:14:24,231 --> 00:14:27,131 -Dude, it's just old local kid scary stories 356 00:14:27,133 --> 00:14:29,467 that they try to spook themselves with. 357 00:14:29,469 --> 00:14:31,569 -Kids? Those are the oldest kids I've ever seen in my life. 358 00:14:31,571 --> 00:14:33,471 Those were not kids telling us a story. 359 00:14:33,473 --> 00:14:35,506 The fucking cast of cocoon is freaked out 360 00:14:35,508 --> 00:14:39,043 by this place, right? So it's just not cool 361 00:14:39,045 --> 00:14:41,412 is all I'm saying, because you know, she's freaked out now, 362 00:14:41,414 --> 00:14:42,947 and it's just not cool to do that. 363 00:14:44,049 --> 00:14:45,049 That's it. 364 00:14:45,985 --> 00:14:46,951 Not cool. 365 00:14:50,456 --> 00:14:52,624 Derek: Yep. 366 00:14:52,626 --> 00:14:54,392 Andrew: This is us? 367 00:14:54,394 --> 00:14:57,595 Derek: This is us, I believe. 368 00:15:01,333 --> 00:15:03,001 Andrew: Mark, you're getting all this, yeah? 369 00:15:05,537 --> 00:15:06,938 Derek: Oh shit, there it is. 370 00:15:12,344 --> 00:15:13,444 Andrew: Holy shit. 371 00:15:14,680 --> 00:15:16,180 Carl: Are you serious? 372 00:15:16,182 --> 00:15:17,215 Lily: Oh, it looks so cool. 373 00:15:17,217 --> 00:15:18,917 Andrew: Holy shit. 374 00:15:18,919 --> 00:15:20,084 Mark: Wow. 375 00:15:20,086 --> 00:15:21,452 Andrew: You first. 376 00:15:24,523 --> 00:15:25,390 -Whoa. 377 00:15:25,392 --> 00:15:26,491 Amy: This is crazy! 378 00:15:29,094 --> 00:15:30,361 Amy: Wow, this is great. 379 00:15:32,331 --> 00:15:33,231 Derek: Nope. 380 00:15:33,233 --> 00:15:34,699 Mark: Nothing? 381 00:15:34,701 --> 00:15:37,302 -We have status zero on the electricity at the moment. 382 00:15:37,304 --> 00:15:39,003 Lily: Look at this old piano. 383 00:15:39,005 --> 00:15:41,239 Derek: Oh my god, no way. 384 00:15:50,549 --> 00:15:52,417 -Whoo! 385 00:15:54,954 --> 00:16:01,125 That's cool. 386 00:16:01,127 --> 00:16:03,127 Amy: No, i don't think so. 387 00:16:05,397 --> 00:16:09,434 Derek: Wow, it's just like somebody... left it. 388 00:16:10,703 --> 00:16:12,670 Lily: Ugh, look at this fridge. 389 00:16:12,672 --> 00:16:14,305 Oh god, oh. 390 00:16:15,674 --> 00:16:16,708 It smells bad. 391 00:16:16,710 --> 00:16:17,575 Carl: That smells horrible. 392 00:16:17,577 --> 00:16:19,010 -Oh shit. 393 00:16:20,312 --> 00:16:21,346 Derek: Wow. 394 00:16:21,348 --> 00:16:23,448 Amy, well done. 395 00:16:24,984 --> 00:16:26,184 Lily: What's that? 396 00:16:26,186 --> 00:16:27,552 Mark: Hmm? 397 00:16:27,554 --> 00:16:28,586 Lily: What's that? 398 00:16:28,588 --> 00:16:30,755 Andrew: What's what? 399 00:16:30,757 --> 00:16:32,457 Carl: What is that? 400 00:16:33,692 --> 00:16:35,393 Andrew: Oh Jesus. 401 00:16:35,395 --> 00:16:38,496 Lily: Maybe it's just, they spilled something? 402 00:16:40,199 --> 00:16:41,232 Carl: That's disturbing. 403 00:16:41,234 --> 00:16:42,066 Andrew: It's not a spill. 404 00:16:42,068 --> 00:16:43,701 Whoa, we got light. 405 00:16:46,038 --> 00:16:52,377 -Found the breaker! 406 00:16:52,379 --> 00:16:53,311 Derek: What, the chair? 407 00:16:53,313 --> 00:16:55,046 Carl: No no no. 408 00:16:55,048 --> 00:16:56,581 Mark: No, the stain. 409 00:16:56,583 --> 00:16:59,550 Derek: What? I mean, it's an old place. 410 00:16:59,552 --> 00:17:03,621 It's gonna have some stains and stuff. 411 00:17:03,623 --> 00:17:05,156 Nothing. 412 00:17:05,158 --> 00:17:06,657 There's a bunch of weird stuff around, look, 413 00:17:06,659 --> 00:17:07,692 there's water stains there. 414 00:17:32,217 --> 00:17:34,218 Mark: Carl? 415 00:17:36,289 --> 00:17:37,488 Hey Carl? 416 00:17:38,190 --> 00:17:38,723 Carl? 417 00:17:38,725 --> 00:17:40,425 Carl: What? What? 418 00:17:40,427 --> 00:17:41,659 Mark: Do you hear that? 419 00:17:41,661 --> 00:17:43,428 Carl: Hear what? 420 00:17:43,430 --> 00:17:44,629 Mark: Shh. Listen. 421 00:17:50,270 --> 00:17:51,436 Carl: What the fuck is that? 422 00:17:54,606 --> 00:17:56,240 Mark: I don't know, but where's your sound gear? 423 00:18:13,325 --> 00:18:13,324 Carl: It's moving. 424 00:18:13,326 --> 00:18:15,693 Whatever it is, it's fucking moving. 425 00:18:15,695 --> 00:18:17,195 Mark: Moving? 426 00:18:17,796 --> 00:18:19,097 Lily: What are you guys doing? 427 00:18:19,099 --> 00:18:20,498 Mark: Shh. 428 00:18:21,467 --> 00:18:22,567 Lily: What are you doing? 429 00:18:22,569 --> 00:18:23,801 Mark: Shh, listen. 430 00:18:25,338 --> 00:18:27,705 Andrew: What's goin' on? 431 00:18:27,707 --> 00:18:30,241 Carl: Some creepy fuckin' sounds is what's goin' on. 432 00:18:30,243 --> 00:18:31,709 Andrew: That's fine, shit, it's country noises, 433 00:18:31,711 --> 00:18:32,743 just go back to sleep. 434 00:18:40,119 --> 00:18:41,752 Carl: That was not a fuckin' country noise! 435 00:18:41,754 --> 00:18:43,221 Andrew: No, no it wasn't. 436 00:18:46,392 --> 00:18:48,192 Lily: What are you doing, Andrew? 437 00:18:48,194 --> 00:18:50,294 Carl: Hey, what are you doin'? 438 00:18:50,296 --> 00:18:52,430 Andrew: It's fine, don't worry about it. 439 00:18:52,432 --> 00:18:55,700 Carl: You don't go investigate! 440 00:18:55,702 --> 00:18:56,667 Have fun out there. 441 00:18:56,669 --> 00:18:57,802 Andrew: Mark. 442 00:18:57,804 --> 00:19:00,171 Lily: Shh, you guys aren't seriously 443 00:19:00,173 --> 00:19:01,572 going out there are you? 444 00:19:01,574 --> 00:19:05,243 Mark: Yeah, I guess he wants me to film 445 00:19:05,245 --> 00:19:06,811 our last moments for posterity. 446 00:19:14,387 --> 00:19:15,887 Andrew: Stay close. 447 00:19:24,763 --> 00:19:26,297 Fuck, fuck! 448 00:19:26,299 --> 00:19:26,297 Mark: What? 449 00:19:26,299 --> 00:19:28,833 Andrew: Was that a deer? It was a deer, dude. 450 00:19:39,645 --> 00:19:40,878 Mark: Awe man. 451 00:19:40,880 --> 00:19:46,184 Andrew: Dude, Jesus, what the fuck was that? 452 00:19:46,186 --> 00:19:49,387 Awe fuck, man. 453 00:19:49,389 --> 00:19:50,321 Mark: What was that? 454 00:19:50,323 --> 00:19:51,389 Andrew: Hello?! 455 00:19:51,391 --> 00:19:52,323 Mark: Andrew? 456 00:19:54,293 --> 00:19:56,594 Andrew: Okay, okay, okay, shh, shh. 457 00:20:00,365 --> 00:20:01,632 Jesus. 458 00:20:03,235 --> 00:20:04,235 Oh no. 459 00:20:05,938 --> 00:20:07,805 Oh come on, fuck. 460 00:20:07,807 --> 00:20:10,308 Oh come on, man, come on. 461 00:20:11,678 --> 00:20:15,713 Andrew: What the fuck is that? What the fuck is that? 462 00:20:15,715 --> 00:20:17,615 Aww! 463 00:20:17,617 --> 00:20:18,916 Shit! 464 00:20:19,685 --> 00:20:20,551 What the fuck? Derek? 465 00:20:20,553 --> 00:20:22,286 -Ow. Dammit. 466 00:20:24,389 --> 00:20:26,257 Oh fuck, you broke it. 467 00:20:26,259 --> 00:20:27,491 Andrew: We broke it? 468 00:20:27,493 --> 00:20:28,559 -Yeah, look at it. 469 00:20:28,561 --> 00:20:29,560 Jesus Christ. 470 00:20:31,931 --> 00:20:33,264 Did you guys hear those creepy sounds? 471 00:20:33,266 --> 00:20:33,898 Andrew: That's very cute, 472 00:20:33,900 --> 00:20:33,898 that's very cute. 473 00:20:33,900 --> 00:20:37,401 -Hey, don't tell anybody else, okay? 474 00:20:37,403 --> 00:20:39,870 This is our little creepy secret, alright? 475 00:20:39,872 --> 00:20:41,606 I just wanna set the vibe for the shoot. 476 00:20:41,608 --> 00:20:43,641 Get the tone right, okay? 477 00:20:43,643 --> 00:20:46,777 Andrew: That's terrific, cute. 478 00:20:47,879 --> 00:20:49,580 -Hey, the first scare is always a false scare, right?. 479 00:21:00,826 --> 00:21:01,826 Lily: Did that come out 480 00:21:01,828 --> 00:21:03,427 Derek: It sure did. 481 00:21:03,429 --> 00:21:04,862 A little maple syrup stain. 482 00:21:09,602 --> 00:21:10,935 -Hi mark. 483 00:21:15,807 --> 00:21:17,708 Lily: My arm's about to fall off. 484 00:21:17,710 --> 00:21:19,443 -It doesn't feel heavy at first, does it, but then...? 485 00:21:19,445 --> 00:21:20,711 Lily: Uh-uh. 486 00:21:22,581 --> 00:21:24,015 -There it is. 487 00:21:24,017 --> 00:21:26,450 -Okay, good, you guys getting the editing bay set up? 488 00:21:26,452 --> 00:21:28,586 -These are so gross. 489 00:21:33,760 --> 00:21:36,594 Jesus! 490 00:21:37,896 --> 00:21:40,031 -So, basically, the script was written by myself and Derek. 491 00:21:40,033 --> 00:21:41,532 -Uh.. -What? 492 00:21:41,534 --> 00:21:44,035 -Nope, nothin', nevermind. 493 00:21:44,037 --> 00:21:45,403 -No, what? 494 00:21:45,405 --> 00:21:47,571 -No, it's just, i mean, you came up with 495 00:21:47,573 --> 00:21:48,806 the back story for your character. 496 00:21:48,808 --> 00:21:51,976 -I wrote several finished scenes. 497 00:21:51,978 --> 00:21:54,578 -You tweaked some of what i had already written. 498 00:21:54,580 --> 00:21:56,747 -Can we not do this on camera please? 499 00:21:56,749 --> 00:22:00,718 -Anyway, so yes, we play a husband and wife 500 00:22:00,720 --> 00:22:02,620 who come out to this cabin in central Texas 501 00:22:02,622 --> 00:22:04,822 that she inherited from her great uncle-- 502 00:22:04,824 --> 00:22:09,627 -and my character is a documentarian, a 3D enthusiast, 503 00:22:09,629 --> 00:22:13,798 and I work too hard so my wife resents me for it, 504 00:22:13,800 --> 00:22:17,435 and with our relationship on the verge of disintegrating 505 00:22:17,437 --> 00:22:19,704 we come out here to reconnect. 506 00:22:19,706 --> 00:22:23,474 -But of course, they find more than they bargained for. 507 00:22:23,476 --> 00:22:24,642 Andrew: Really, the way I see it, 508 00:22:24,644 --> 00:22:26,043 it's as much about the deterioration 509 00:22:26,045 --> 00:22:28,079 of their relationship as it is about anything, 510 00:22:28,081 --> 00:22:29,980 you know, supernatural. 511 00:22:29,982 --> 00:22:31,949 The ghost, or the monster, 512 00:22:31,951 --> 00:22:36,087 whatever you wanna call it, is a metaphor, although, 513 00:22:36,089 --> 00:22:39,090 there are rumors that the house is actually haunted. 514 00:22:39,092 --> 00:22:41,926 Mark: Haunted by what? 515 00:22:41,928 --> 00:22:45,129 -So, apparently, the previous owner of the house, who's-- 516 00:22:45,131 --> 00:22:46,697 -my character's great uncle. 517 00:22:46,699 --> 00:22:48,999 -Yes, he murdered his wife, 518 00:22:49,001 --> 00:22:52,470 and then dumped the body in the lake behind the cabin. 519 00:22:52,472 --> 00:22:53,537 -So, there's a hint that maybe there's-- 520 00:22:53,539 --> 00:22:55,506 Carl: Wait, wait a second. 521 00:22:55,508 --> 00:22:58,042 This is a true story, isn't it? 522 00:23:00,612 --> 00:23:02,913 For real? Seriously guys, 523 00:23:02,915 --> 00:23:04,915 you brought us to a cabin that's haunted 524 00:23:04,917 --> 00:23:06,150 in the middle of the woods 525 00:23:06,152 --> 00:23:07,785 where a husband murdered his wife 526 00:23:07,787 --> 00:23:10,054 to shoot a movie about a husband murdering his wife 527 00:23:10,056 --> 00:23:11,455 at a haunted cabin in the woods? 528 00:23:11,457 --> 00:23:12,823 -Yep, yep. 529 00:23:12,825 --> 00:23:13,791 Carl: For reals? 530 00:23:13,793 --> 00:23:17,695 -Yeah. 531 00:23:17,697 --> 00:23:19,597 -Do you mind if we actually do the interview, Carl? 532 00:23:20,600 --> 00:23:21,565 Carl: Sure, no, go ahead. 533 00:23:21,567 --> 00:23:23,033 -Pull up your pants. 534 00:23:23,035 --> 00:23:24,969 -Seriously, though... am i being a big wuss about all this? 535 00:23:24,971 --> 00:23:26,971 -Um... 536 00:23:26,973 --> 00:23:28,806 -I actually believe in all that stuff. 537 00:23:28,808 --> 00:23:30,174 I've seen a ghost. 538 00:23:30,176 --> 00:23:32,743 -For real? -Yeah. 539 00:23:32,745 --> 00:23:34,578 When I was a little kid. 540 00:23:34,580 --> 00:23:36,147 Right hand to god. 541 00:23:36,149 --> 00:23:39,850 That's something you don't ever really forget, you know? 542 00:23:40,752 --> 00:23:42,686 And what is this by the way? 543 00:23:42,688 --> 00:23:45,456 Are we suddenly a British production? 544 00:23:45,458 --> 00:23:47,725 The spec-tre of death. 545 00:23:47,727 --> 00:23:49,460 Are we gonna see this movie in the the-atre? 546 00:23:49,462 --> 00:23:51,495 -Yeah, it's terrifying actually. 547 00:23:51,497 --> 00:23:53,531 I was reading it at night, 548 00:23:53,533 --> 00:23:56,867 which is a big mistake, and yeah, 549 00:23:56,869 --> 00:24:00,571 I had nightmares, really really awful nightmares. 550 00:24:00,573 --> 00:24:03,174 So I guess it's doing what it's supposed to be doing. 551 00:24:03,176 --> 00:24:05,943 -Because we want them to establish morning, 552 00:24:05,945 --> 00:24:07,711 so I think the natural light works here. 553 00:24:07,713 --> 00:24:08,946 -I think this will be great. 554 00:24:08,948 --> 00:24:10,214 -Carl, does it work for you? 555 00:24:10,216 --> 00:24:12,750 -Hmm, the fridge is gonna be a problem. 556 00:24:12,752 --> 00:24:12,750 Andrew: Why? 557 00:24:12,752 --> 00:24:17,588 -The hum. We'll have to unplug it during shooting. 558 00:24:17,590 --> 00:24:20,524 -So, in every found footage film, 559 00:24:20,526 --> 00:24:22,026 we have to answer two questions, 560 00:24:22,028 --> 00:24:23,861 the first of which is "why are we filming?" 561 00:24:23,863 --> 00:24:26,096 "What excuse do we have for having 562 00:24:26,098 --> 00:24:27,798 a camera document everything?" 563 00:24:27,800 --> 00:24:29,533 That's usually answered pretty early in the movie, 564 00:24:29,535 --> 00:24:29,533 usually the first scene, 565 00:24:29,535 --> 00:24:32,102 which we're actually about to do right now. 566 00:24:32,104 --> 00:24:34,038 Mark: And the second question? 567 00:24:34,040 --> 00:24:35,573 -The second question is exactly the same 568 00:24:35,575 --> 00:24:37,208 as the first question but for the third act. 569 00:24:37,210 --> 00:24:39,810 It's usually "why the fuck haven't you put the camera down, 570 00:24:39,812 --> 00:24:41,545 and run the hell away?" 571 00:24:41,547 --> 00:24:42,880 If you answer that one wrong, 572 00:24:42,882 --> 00:24:45,082 the whole third act just completely falls apart. 573 00:24:45,084 --> 00:24:48,853 Mark: So, can you give us a preview to the answer? 574 00:24:48,855 --> 00:24:50,821 - Actually no, not at the moment. 575 00:24:50,823 --> 00:24:52,089 Mark: Why not? 576 00:24:52,091 --> 00:24:53,624 -There's no ending. 577 00:24:53,626 --> 00:24:56,560 It actually stops dead on page 71 578 00:24:57,863 --> 00:24:59,530 in the middle of a scene. 579 00:24:59,532 --> 00:25:02,533 I don't know if he has an ending in mind, 580 00:25:02,535 --> 00:25:04,935 you know, if he's just trying to keep it secret 581 00:25:04,937 --> 00:25:06,871 like they do in the big tentpole movies, 582 00:25:06,873 --> 00:25:09,740 the ones that people actually give a shit about seeing. 583 00:25:09,742 --> 00:25:13,177 -Yeah, no, we don't have an ending right now, 584 00:25:13,179 --> 00:25:15,613 but that's okay. 585 00:25:15,615 --> 00:25:17,281 I mean, hey, worked on apocalypse now, right? 586 00:25:17,283 --> 00:25:19,183 What? 587 00:25:19,185 --> 00:25:20,217 -Really? 588 00:25:21,753 --> 00:25:23,821 Coppola? -Yeah. 589 00:25:23,823 --> 00:25:26,056 -You're comparing yourself to coppola? 590 00:25:30,161 --> 00:25:31,862 -He doesn't have an ending. 591 00:25:31,864 --> 00:25:34,164 It's great, no, it's good, it's good. 592 00:25:34,166 --> 00:25:36,233 I don't mind, I do, well, hmm. 593 00:25:36,235 --> 00:25:40,104 -Oh, oh, yeah, that makes sense now. 594 00:25:40,106 --> 00:25:42,006 -I'm gonna do it like this so you can see my profile. 595 00:25:42,008 --> 00:25:43,707 -Here we go, spectre of death, 596 00:25:43,709 --> 00:25:46,176 we're about to shoot the very first scene of our movie. 597 00:25:46,178 --> 00:25:47,978 Scene one, take one. 598 00:25:47,980 --> 00:25:49,647 Action! 599 00:25:50,315 --> 00:25:51,081 -That's good, right? 600 00:25:53,286 --> 00:25:54,618 Derek: Oh, she loves it. 601 00:25:55,821 --> 00:25:56,787 This woman loves cleaning, 602 00:25:56,789 --> 00:25:57,988 she can't stop cleaning. 603 00:25:57,990 --> 00:25:59,657 Thank you Derek, for bringing me to a dirty 604 00:25:59,659 --> 00:26:01,058 old cabin in the woods. 605 00:26:01,060 --> 00:26:02,626 -Thank you Derek for bringing me to a dirty 606 00:26:02,628 --> 00:26:03,961 old cabin in the woods. 607 00:26:03,963 --> 00:26:05,563 Derek: You're welcome, anytime. 608 00:26:05,565 --> 00:26:06,630 -Babe? 609 00:26:06,632 --> 00:26:06,630 Derek: Yes. 610 00:26:06,632 --> 00:26:08,732 -You promised you weren't going to bring 611 00:26:08,734 --> 00:26:09,667 that stupid camera. 612 00:26:09,669 --> 00:26:09,667 Derek: Whoopsy. 613 00:26:09,669 --> 00:26:09,667 -We're supposed to be on vacation. 614 00:26:09,669 --> 00:26:13,671 Derek: I know, we are on vacation though. 615 00:26:13,673 --> 00:26:15,973 This is in fact our vacation video. 616 00:26:15,975 --> 00:26:19,243 This is you, this is the sink, this is us. 617 00:26:19,245 --> 00:26:20,344 -It has absolutely nothing to do 618 00:26:20,346 --> 00:26:22,212 with that stupid ghost-- 619 00:26:22,214 --> 00:26:23,714 Andrew: Sorry, wait, cut for a second. 620 00:26:23,716 --> 00:26:25,583 Derek: Yeah, we dropped that. 621 00:26:25,585 --> 00:26:25,583 Amy: What? 622 00:26:25,585 --> 00:26:25,583 -We don't have that. 623 00:26:25,585 --> 00:26:28,218 Andrew: Did you not get the changes? 624 00:26:28,220 --> 00:26:29,587 -No, what changes? 625 00:26:29,589 --> 00:26:31,855 -Lily gave you the pages yesterday, no? 626 00:26:31,857 --> 00:26:35,593 -I left them on your sleeping bag. 627 00:26:36,895 --> 00:26:39,597 -Well, you don't just leave a script laying around, 628 00:26:39,599 --> 00:26:40,764 and hope that people see it. 629 00:26:40,766 --> 00:26:40,764 Mark: I'm sorry. 630 00:26:40,766 --> 00:26:43,901 -You hand them to the actor personally. 631 00:26:43,903 --> 00:26:43,901 Derek: Fair enough, that's okay, 632 00:26:43,903 --> 00:26:46,303 we can solve it now, we have 'em. 633 00:26:46,305 --> 00:26:47,338 -I didn't wanna wake you up. 634 00:26:47,340 --> 00:26:48,339 Andrew: It's fine, it's fine. 635 00:26:48,341 --> 00:26:49,773 Amy: Well, I didn't get them. 636 00:26:49,775 --> 00:26:51,108 Andrew: Can you just look over it real fast? 637 00:26:51,110 --> 00:26:52,776 -Sure, sure, sure. 638 00:26:52,778 --> 00:26:55,679 -We are rebooting scene one. We'll do a reboot, 639 00:26:55,681 --> 00:26:57,047 and then take it from the top. 640 00:26:58,717 --> 00:26:59,917 -Hmm. 641 00:27:01,720 --> 00:27:02,786 No, this is no good. 642 00:27:02,788 --> 00:27:04,054 Andrew: Okay, what's the matter? 643 00:27:04,056 --> 00:27:06,123 -Well, the writing sucks, for one. 644 00:27:06,125 --> 00:27:07,625 -Eh, Amy, what are you? 645 00:27:07,627 --> 00:27:08,726 There's nothin' wrong with the scene. 646 00:27:08,728 --> 00:27:10,894 -Well, I wrote the scene the way 647 00:27:10,896 --> 00:27:12,262 that I wrote it for a reason. 648 00:27:12,264 --> 00:27:13,864 Structurally, we need to establish the 649 00:27:13,866 --> 00:27:15,199 "before" of their relationship-- 650 00:27:15,201 --> 00:27:16,634 -i know, but we also need to show 651 00:27:16,636 --> 00:27:17,801 that there's a little bit of conflict-- 652 00:27:17,803 --> 00:27:17,801 -we need to show that we're in love. 653 00:27:17,803 --> 00:27:17,801 -I know, and in that love there is conflict. 654 00:27:17,803 --> 00:27:17,801 That is part of what's gonna happen later. 655 00:27:17,803 --> 00:27:22,873 -Okay, well, you have us screaming at each other 656 00:27:22,875 --> 00:27:22,873 for two solid pages. 657 00:27:22,875 --> 00:27:22,873 -I don't have us screaming at each other, 658 00:27:22,875 --> 00:27:26,410 I just have us butting heads a little bit. 659 00:27:26,412 --> 00:27:27,711 -A little bit? We have exclamation points 660 00:27:27,713 --> 00:27:28,879 at the end of every sentence. 661 00:27:28,881 --> 00:27:30,914 -Exclamation points are just emphasis 662 00:27:30,916 --> 00:27:32,349 for the conflict that's coming. 663 00:27:32,351 --> 00:27:34,151 It's the soul of drama, that's all. 664 00:27:34,153 --> 00:27:36,720 -The soul of drama? That's super cute, Derek. 665 00:27:36,722 --> 00:27:38,055 Did you get that out of one of your 666 00:27:38,057 --> 00:27:39,790 $12 Internet screening writing courses? 667 00:27:39,792 --> 00:27:41,225 -You know, I don't exactly need to take a course 668 00:27:41,227 --> 00:27:43,360 to write a scene where you act like a total bitch, do I? 669 00:27:43,362 --> 00:27:45,729 -Guys, guys, guys. - Hmm, this is typical, 670 00:27:45,731 --> 00:27:47,231 this is so typical, Derek James. 671 00:27:47,233 --> 00:27:50,334 You can't even pretend to be in love with me, can you? 672 00:27:50,336 --> 00:27:51,702 -Well, I did it for four years. 673 00:27:58,309 --> 00:28:00,310 You gonna cry now? 674 00:28:00,312 --> 00:28:03,280 Yeah, okay, I did it, i stepped on a landmine, 675 00:28:03,282 --> 00:28:06,684 here come the crocodile tears. Everybody give her attention. 676 00:28:06,686 --> 00:28:08,085 -How could you even say that to me? 677 00:28:08,087 --> 00:28:09,253 -Oh what, now it's all my fuckin' fault. 678 00:28:09,255 --> 00:28:10,421 Is this the same bullshit we go to? 679 00:28:10,423 --> 00:28:11,855 Mark: D-d-Derek. 680 00:28:11,857 --> 00:28:13,791 -Du-du-du! If you got somethin' to say mark, 681 00:28:13,793 --> 00:28:15,826 why don't you spit it the fuck out?! 682 00:28:15,828 --> 00:28:17,094 No? 683 00:28:19,197 --> 00:28:21,965 Andrew: Okay, let's all take a deep breath, it's hot. 684 00:28:23,768 --> 00:28:25,335 Let's just cool off here. 685 00:28:26,905 --> 00:28:28,405 Amy, it's a few small changes. 686 00:28:28,407 --> 00:28:30,040 If you could just look it over real fast, 687 00:28:30,042 --> 00:28:31,809 and just, we'll give you two minutes. 688 00:28:31,811 --> 00:28:33,143 Derek: You know what, fuck it. 689 00:28:33,145 --> 00:28:35,813 Nevermind, we will shoot it her way. 690 00:28:35,815 --> 00:28:36,780 -Alright, are you sure? 691 00:28:36,782 --> 00:28:38,449 -Yes, I am absolutely positive. 692 00:28:38,451 --> 00:28:39,983 -Okay. 693 00:28:39,985 --> 00:28:41,819 -My wife says we are in love, we are in love. 694 00:28:41,821 --> 00:28:43,020 Mark: Three, two, one, action. 695 00:28:47,892 --> 00:28:50,794 Derek: Hey sweetheart, see my new camera? 696 00:28:50,796 --> 00:28:52,262 You are in 3D. 697 00:28:54,065 --> 00:28:56,166 Reach for the camera, do it like this, whoo. 698 00:28:59,871 --> 00:29:01,371 -Day one. 699 00:29:03,074 --> 00:29:06,076 -It's been awhile since I've been on a set like this. 700 00:29:06,078 --> 00:29:07,277 Mark: What do you mean? 701 00:29:07,279 --> 00:29:10,447 -Well, normally, i work on bigger, 702 00:29:10,449 --> 00:29:13,317 more professional productions. 703 00:29:13,319 --> 00:29:16,320 I turned down a Ben affleck movie to be here. 704 00:29:16,322 --> 00:29:17,187 Mark: Really? 705 00:29:17,189 --> 00:29:18,856 -Mmm-hmm, really. 706 00:29:18,858 --> 00:29:20,057 Mark: Why? 707 00:29:21,426 --> 00:29:24,962 -Well, Derek helped me out a few years ago 708 00:29:24,964 --> 00:29:26,530 financially when I needed that, 709 00:29:26,532 --> 00:29:29,533 and I'm returning the favor, so... 710 00:29:33,204 --> 00:29:35,305 Plus, I fuckin' hate Ben affleck. 711 00:29:35,307 --> 00:29:37,808 -There's a definite shorthand, I think, 712 00:29:37,810 --> 00:29:39,810 when you're working with someone so closely 713 00:29:39,812 --> 00:29:41,812 that you know so well. 714 00:29:41,814 --> 00:29:44,915 There's a chemistry and a history 715 00:29:44,917 --> 00:29:48,385 that sort of lends itself to the script, I think. 716 00:29:48,387 --> 00:29:51,488 Mark: Are you worried about all the fighting 717 00:29:51,490 --> 00:29:53,957 you're going to have to do later on in the shoot? 718 00:29:53,959 --> 00:29:55,926 -No, no, absolutely not. 719 00:29:55,928 --> 00:29:58,395 We're both professionals. 720 00:29:58,397 --> 00:30:02,332 This is acting, it's just pretending. 721 00:30:02,334 --> 00:30:04,501 Mark: Okay, thank you, I think we got it. 722 00:30:04,503 --> 00:30:06,303 -Great. 723 00:30:09,941 --> 00:30:13,410 -Ah, Mr. mark here. 724 00:30:13,412 --> 00:30:15,045 -Mark, do you ever put that thing down? 725 00:30:15,047 --> 00:30:16,280 Mark: Yes. 726 00:30:16,282 --> 00:30:17,314 Andrew: Do you? 727 00:30:17,316 --> 00:30:20,217 Mark: Yeah, I do. To sleep. 728 00:30:20,219 --> 00:30:20,217 -There's peanut butter jelly sandwich, 729 00:30:20,219 --> 00:30:23,120 peanut butter jelly sandwich, I wanted to die. 730 00:30:23,122 --> 00:30:24,454 -Peanut butter's good. 731 00:30:24,456 --> 00:30:28,592 -Yeah, have it fuckin' 35 times in two weeks. 732 00:30:28,594 --> 00:30:30,127 -I have it for breakfast every morning. 733 00:30:30,129 --> 00:30:32,196 -Okay, are you a peasant? 734 00:30:32,198 --> 00:30:34,498 --Running for their lives from whatever it is, 735 00:30:34,500 --> 00:30:38,402 not just start beating whatever is chasing 736 00:30:38,404 --> 00:30:40,537 them to death with the camera. 737 00:30:40,539 --> 00:30:40,537 -It's like war journalists, 738 00:30:40,539 --> 00:30:44,975 they stay there while the bombs are going off, 739 00:30:44,977 --> 00:30:46,276 while bullets are flying over their head, 740 00:30:46,278 --> 00:30:47,878 and they keep filming, 741 00:30:47,880 --> 00:30:48,879 they keep filming in the moment. 742 00:30:48,881 --> 00:30:49,947 Why don't they just run? 743 00:30:49,949 --> 00:30:52,316 Because they gotta keep filming. 744 00:30:52,318 --> 00:30:55,219 Carl: Yeah, they're also well paid. 745 00:30:55,221 --> 00:30:56,153 Andrew: Why do we keep watching? 746 00:30:56,155 --> 00:30:58,622 Why do we keep watching? 747 00:30:58,624 --> 00:31:02,860 And between the two mediums, found footage, 748 00:31:02,862 --> 00:31:07,064 and you know, war, in both scenarios, 749 00:31:07,066 --> 00:31:08,866 it's fucked up, but in both scenarios 750 00:31:08,868 --> 00:31:11,134 I know a majority of them aren't coming home. 751 00:31:11,136 --> 00:31:14,271 I know that those guys very well might die in the war, 752 00:31:14,273 --> 00:31:16,506 and we know that everyone's dying in found footage. 753 00:31:36,928 --> 00:31:37,995 -Okay... 754 00:31:38,930 --> 00:31:41,498 Hey, spectre of death fans. 755 00:31:43,501 --> 00:31:45,535 I don't have Wi-Fi or Internet, 756 00:31:45,537 --> 00:31:48,272 so I won't be able to upload this anytime soon. 757 00:31:48,274 --> 00:31:49,940 Maybe when we go into town. 758 00:31:50,975 --> 00:31:56,914 But I just wanted to document something a little weird 759 00:31:56,916 --> 00:32:00,584 that I found in some of the footage from today. 760 00:32:01,686 --> 00:32:03,654 I'm not making this up, this is real, 761 00:32:03,656 --> 00:32:06,556 it's not part of the movie, 762 00:32:06,558 --> 00:32:10,394 at least not as far as I know. 763 00:32:15,166 --> 00:32:16,366 -I did it, I stepped on the landmine, 764 00:32:16,368 --> 00:32:18,201 here come the crocodile tears. 765 00:32:18,203 --> 00:32:19,469 -There. 766 00:32:20,972 --> 00:32:22,239 See that? 767 00:32:24,375 --> 00:32:25,676 It's sort of in the... 768 00:32:28,646 --> 00:32:30,580 I don't know maybe it's nothing, 769 00:32:30,582 --> 00:32:37,154 but I definitely don't remember anything or anyone 770 00:32:38,323 --> 00:32:41,024 being there this afternoon when we were shooting. 771 00:32:41,026 --> 00:32:44,061 Plus--and this is the weirdest part-- 772 00:32:44,063 --> 00:32:45,629 whatever it is-- 773 00:32:50,134 --> 00:32:51,702 again? 774 00:32:53,171 --> 00:32:54,338 Jesus, Derek. Give it a rest. 775 00:33:33,277 --> 00:33:36,446 I guess that was a real animal that time 776 00:33:36,448 --> 00:33:39,750 because Derek's still in his sleeping bag in the other... 777 00:33:49,761 --> 00:33:51,495 O-Kay... 778 00:33:52,430 --> 00:33:54,698 That's super weird. 779 00:34:07,211 --> 00:34:09,046 Andrew: Guys, please be careful of snakes. 780 00:34:09,048 --> 00:34:10,547 Amy: Snakes? 781 00:34:10,549 --> 00:34:12,082 Andrew: Mark's how's this all showing up lighting wise? 782 00:34:12,084 --> 00:34:13,316 -This is good, right? 783 00:34:13,318 --> 00:34:15,385 Mark: Yeah, the lighting's great. 784 00:34:15,387 --> 00:34:17,788 -In the trees, you know, boom boom boom boom. 785 00:34:17,790 --> 00:34:19,489 Andrew: Oh yeah, that's great. 786 00:34:19,491 --> 00:34:20,557 -Yeah, you see that? 787 00:34:20,559 --> 00:34:21,825 So, she's like, "fuck you!" 788 00:34:21,827 --> 00:34:24,061 Boom, boom, boom, boom, boom, boom, boom. 789 00:34:24,063 --> 00:34:25,495 Spectre flashes. 790 00:34:26,597 --> 00:34:28,265 Amy: Okay, okay. 791 00:34:28,267 --> 00:34:31,535 -So, today we have the first appearance of the spectre. 792 00:34:32,370 --> 00:34:34,471 Mark: Which is? 793 00:34:34,473 --> 00:34:37,307 -The villain of the movie, the ghost, or entity, 794 00:34:37,309 --> 00:34:40,410 or whatever that inhabits the cabin. 795 00:34:40,412 --> 00:34:42,579 Mark: How do you plan on doing the spectre? 796 00:34:42,581 --> 00:34:44,548 -Well, I wanted to do it as a practical effect 797 00:34:44,550 --> 00:34:44,548 because I think-- 798 00:34:44,550 --> 00:34:47,350 -a guy in a spectre suit would look retarded. 799 00:34:47,352 --> 00:34:49,719 -Yes, well bad cg will look more retarded. 800 00:34:49,721 --> 00:34:51,655 -Who says it's gonna be bad cg? 801 00:34:51,657 --> 00:34:54,291 -We can't afford good cg. 802 00:34:54,293 --> 00:34:55,859 We'll find out. 803 00:34:56,627 --> 00:34:58,395 Derek: I'm sorry, i kicked it in the river. 804 00:34:58,397 --> 00:34:58,395 -You kicked it in the river? 805 00:34:58,397 --> 00:35:00,664 -I didn't mean to kick it in the river, 806 00:35:00,666 --> 00:35:00,664 it just fell in the river. 807 00:35:00,666 --> 00:35:00,664 It fell in the river when i was trying to get lunch. 808 00:35:00,666 --> 00:35:05,469 Amy: So, we don't have a map? Derek: We don't have a map, 809 00:35:05,471 --> 00:35:06,770 we're a little bit lost right now, 810 00:35:06,772 --> 00:35:06,770 but it can't be that hard-- 811 00:35:06,772 --> 00:35:06,770 -I'll just lead the way, don't worry. 812 00:35:06,772 --> 00:35:10,440 Derek: You can't lead the way if you don't know 813 00:35:10,442 --> 00:35:12,242 where you're going. -Oh my god! 814 00:35:12,677 --> 00:35:13,610 How was that? 815 00:35:13,612 --> 00:35:13,610 Derek: Um... 816 00:35:13,612 --> 00:35:16,746 Mark: What would you say the spectre is? 817 00:35:16,748 --> 00:35:18,815 -I don't know, and i don't think I wanna know. 818 00:35:18,817 --> 00:35:20,517 I mean, I have my ideas. 819 00:35:20,519 --> 00:35:22,519 I think everybody's gonna have their ideas, 820 00:35:22,521 --> 00:35:25,722 but I kind of hope that they don't wrap it up neatly. 821 00:35:25,724 --> 00:35:28,725 -I would say that the spectre is probably 822 00:35:28,727 --> 00:35:32,596 the fictional couple's own negative energy 823 00:35:33,698 --> 00:35:35,665 that's physically manifested, 824 00:35:35,667 --> 00:35:39,569 like maybe their relationship dysfunction 825 00:35:39,571 --> 00:35:43,240 is so big and horrible for everyone around them 826 00:35:43,242 --> 00:35:45,542 that it has actually ripped open a hole 827 00:35:45,544 --> 00:35:47,477 to the gateway of hell. 828 00:35:47,479 --> 00:35:49,146 -So I think if we put it here... 829 00:35:49,148 --> 00:35:50,547 What do you think? 830 00:35:50,549 --> 00:35:50,547 -Absolutely, yeah, because we wanna be able to have 831 00:35:50,549 --> 00:35:53,583 people come through the door, and the fridge will block that, 832 00:35:53,585 --> 00:35:54,684 and I think that's good. 833 00:35:54,686 --> 00:35:57,621 -The only problem here is that I think 834 00:35:57,623 --> 00:35:59,356 this is where the whole 3D part kind of 835 00:35:59,358 --> 00:36:00,624 falls apart a little bit. 836 00:36:02,727 --> 00:36:04,928 -What do you mean the 3D thing falls apart? 837 00:36:04,930 --> 00:36:04,928 -Well, when the audience is watching the 838 00:36:04,930 --> 00:36:07,430 surveillance footage it's not gonna make sense 839 00:36:07,432 --> 00:36:09,366 to them if it's not in 3D. 840 00:36:09,368 --> 00:36:11,268 -Yeah, but why wouldn't it be in 3D? 841 00:36:11,270 --> 00:36:12,536 What do you mean it's not in 3D? 842 00:36:12,538 --> 00:36:13,737 -Well, I mean, that won't make sense. 843 00:36:13,739 --> 00:36:13,737 -What won't make sense? 844 00:36:13,739 --> 00:36:17,374 -There's no such thing as a 3D surveillance camera. 845 00:36:17,376 --> 00:36:18,575 -We don't know that. 846 00:36:18,577 --> 00:36:20,210 -No, I do, I looked it up. 847 00:36:20,212 --> 00:36:21,745 -Okay, well, there should be. 848 00:36:21,747 --> 00:36:24,581 -Agreed, but there's not. 849 00:36:24,583 --> 00:36:26,349 -Okay, you know what, do you have two gopros? 850 00:36:26,351 --> 00:36:27,584 -I have several. 851 00:36:27,586 --> 00:36:29,186 -Great, take two, stick em' together, 852 00:36:29,188 --> 00:36:31,521 left eye, right eye, stereo, 3D, boom, 853 00:36:31,523 --> 00:36:32,722 that's your problem solved. 854 00:36:32,724 --> 00:36:34,291 -I mean, I get it, i just think you're 855 00:36:34,293 --> 00:36:34,291 missing the point a little bit. 856 00:36:34,293 --> 00:36:37,761 -What I think you're doing is pissing in the pool again, 857 00:36:37,763 --> 00:36:39,262 don't over think it. 858 00:36:39,264 --> 00:36:41,531 Audiences, stupid, you, making it happen, 3D. 859 00:36:41,533 --> 00:36:43,300 -Okay, fair enough, I'll give it a shot. 860 00:36:59,917 --> 00:37:02,686 This might actually work. 861 00:37:02,688 --> 00:37:03,787 It's a ridiculous idea, 862 00:37:03,789 --> 00:37:05,855 but it might actually work. 863 00:37:05,857 --> 00:37:07,490 Sweet. 864 00:37:11,462 --> 00:37:13,730 Mark: Just talk about what makes shooting 865 00:37:13,732 --> 00:37:16,800 a found footage movie different from shooting-- 866 00:37:16,802 --> 00:37:18,668 -a real movie? 867 00:37:20,004 --> 00:37:22,572 Basically, the task in a found footage movie 868 00:37:22,574 --> 00:37:24,507 is to take really good sound, 869 00:37:24,509 --> 00:37:26,977 and make it sound as shitty as possible. 870 00:37:26,979 --> 00:37:30,880 And just job well done on that. 871 00:37:30,882 --> 00:37:30,880 -I mean, that's the thing right, 872 00:37:30,882 --> 00:37:33,717 with found footage you don't need to worry about 873 00:37:33,719 --> 00:37:35,919 lights, and grips, and all that crap. 874 00:37:35,921 --> 00:37:39,556 You can just go out in the woods, shoot the movie, 875 00:37:39,558 --> 00:37:41,625 and it's brilliant because you get away with it, 876 00:37:41,627 --> 00:37:43,593 and it makes you look like the genius. 877 00:37:43,595 --> 00:37:44,894 Oh, we're just running around with a camera, 878 00:37:44,896 --> 00:37:46,363 we don't know what we're doing, 879 00:37:46,365 --> 00:37:47,664 and so it's like, "well, the light's crap, 880 00:37:47,666 --> 00:37:49,332 "and the sound's crap." 881 00:37:49,334 --> 00:37:53,603 Be like, "exactly, but guess who's paying for it? Boom." 882 00:37:53,605 --> 00:37:54,771 We shouldn't use that one. 883 00:37:54,773 --> 00:37:56,539 -It is different, definitely, 884 00:37:56,541 --> 00:37:59,042 but I think ultimately all acting is about 885 00:37:59,044 --> 00:38:01,611 finding the truth in the moment. 886 00:38:01,613 --> 00:38:03,913 Whether that's improving for a found footage film 887 00:38:03,915 --> 00:38:06,283 or belting out a Broadway musical, i-- 888 00:38:10,021 --> 00:38:12,389 okay, let's take that again. 889 00:38:12,391 --> 00:38:13,890 Mark: Oh, okay, yeah, sure. 890 00:38:13,892 --> 00:38:17,027 Whenever you're ready. 891 00:38:17,029 --> 00:38:20,597 -Yes, it is different i will say that-- 892 00:38:24,669 --> 00:38:28,672 mark: Hey guys, we're doing an interview. 893 00:38:28,674 --> 00:38:30,573 Derek: Awesome, keep it up. 894 00:38:30,575 --> 00:38:31,808 -You know what, sweetheart, 895 00:38:31,810 --> 00:38:34,678 why don't we just do this another time. 896 00:38:34,680 --> 00:38:36,980 Mark: Yeah, sure. 897 00:38:42,953 --> 00:38:45,889 -So, Amy and I come in, she's talking about her uncle, 898 00:38:47,458 --> 00:38:49,559 though she's being cagey and evasive, 899 00:38:49,561 --> 00:38:50,827 not telling me the whole story, 900 00:38:50,829 --> 00:38:52,896 then she hints at the ominous back story of it. 901 00:38:52,898 --> 00:38:54,497 We get to like right over there, 902 00:38:54,499 --> 00:38:55,532 I think right where Lily is, 903 00:38:55,534 --> 00:38:56,499 and that's when the shovel falls, 904 00:38:56,501 --> 00:38:58,468 almost hits Amy in the head. 905 00:38:58,470 --> 00:38:59,536 Audience jumps out of their seat. 906 00:38:59,538 --> 00:39:02,372 Lily: Nice. 907 00:39:02,374 --> 00:39:04,641 I love it when things do that. 908 00:39:04,643 --> 00:39:07,944 -Like a cat? Is it a "pop scare"? 909 00:39:07,946 --> 00:39:09,079 Amy: It's called a jump scare! 910 00:39:09,081 --> 00:39:10,814 It's called a jump scare, 911 00:39:10,816 --> 00:39:12,115 and I think it's probably one of the most 912 00:39:12,117 --> 00:39:13,683 overused cliches in horror movies. 913 00:39:13,685 --> 00:39:14,818 -That's why we're using it. 914 00:39:14,820 --> 00:39:16,052 -You might as well just have a cat. 915 00:39:16,054 --> 00:39:17,654 -We don't have a fuckin' cat, we have a shovel. 916 00:39:17,656 --> 00:39:19,522 -No, I think it's lazy filmmaking, 917 00:39:19,524 --> 00:39:21,391 Andrew, I think you would agree. 918 00:39:21,393 --> 00:39:23,393 It's bad writing done by hacks 919 00:39:23,395 --> 00:39:24,661 who can't even write a script 920 00:39:24,663 --> 00:39:26,396 that unsettles on a deeper level. 921 00:39:26,398 --> 00:39:26,396 You know what, actually, it's meant to appease 922 00:39:26,398 --> 00:39:29,866 audience members who are just too stupid to know better. 923 00:39:29,868 --> 00:39:31,134 -Okay. 924 00:39:31,136 --> 00:39:32,469 Amy: I don't think it's worth it. 925 00:39:32,471 --> 00:39:33,670 Derek: We need to have some kind of 926 00:39:33,672 --> 00:39:34,971 moment where it snaps. 927 00:39:36,107 --> 00:39:36,106 -That's not really, that's not a fair thing 928 00:39:36,108 --> 00:39:43,012 for you to say to me, okay. I mean, what did I ever-- 929 00:39:44,850 --> 00:39:47,617 Derek: Jesus! Shit, oh my god! 930 00:39:47,619 --> 00:39:51,788 Carl: Lily? Lily? Oh my god, Lily? 931 00:39:51,790 --> 00:39:54,157 Derek: Is she okay? Carl: No, no, don't. 932 00:39:54,159 --> 00:39:56,159 Derek: Lily are you okay? Carl: Hey, answer Lily. 933 00:39:56,161 --> 00:39:58,695 Do you hear us? Do you hear us? 934 00:39:58,697 --> 00:40:00,096 Okay, okay. 935 00:40:00,098 --> 00:40:01,464 No, no, don't move your head around. 936 00:40:01,466 --> 00:40:02,732 Don't move your head around. 937 00:40:02,734 --> 00:40:05,769 Listen, who am I? Who am I? 938 00:40:05,771 --> 00:40:07,103 It's okay, it's just a little blood, 939 00:40:07,105 --> 00:40:08,471 don't worry about it. 940 00:40:08,473 --> 00:40:09,939 Andrew: She's bleeding. 941 00:40:09,941 --> 00:40:11,908 Carl: Hey, how many fingers do I have up? 942 00:40:11,910 --> 00:40:14,077 -Two. 943 00:40:14,079 --> 00:40:16,780 Carl: Okay, what's your name? -Lily. 944 00:40:16,782 --> 00:40:19,449 Carl: Okay, what's my name? -Carl. 945 00:40:19,451 --> 00:40:21,084 Carl: Do you know where you are? 946 00:40:21,086 --> 00:40:22,585 -Yeah. 947 00:40:22,587 --> 00:40:24,754 -Okay, look, let's get you up slow. 948 00:40:24,756 --> 00:40:26,723 Sit up real slow, okay, how's your neck? 949 00:40:26,725 --> 00:40:29,125 Here, go real slow, let me hold your neck for you. 950 00:40:29,127 --> 00:40:30,994 Andrew: Oh Jesus. 951 00:40:30,996 --> 00:40:33,496 Carl: Okay, you dizzy? 952 00:40:33,498 --> 00:40:35,765 No, you're not dizzy? 953 00:40:35,767 --> 00:40:37,834 Okay, okay, put your arm around me, come on. 954 00:40:37,836 --> 00:40:39,169 -Give me your other arm. 955 00:40:39,171 --> 00:40:40,703 Carl: That's good. 956 00:40:46,744 --> 00:40:48,044 Amy: I hope she's okay. 957 00:40:52,883 --> 00:40:56,186 -Derek, I don't care, if she needs to go to the hospital-- 958 00:40:56,188 --> 00:40:57,821 -i would take her. 959 00:40:58,757 --> 00:40:59,789 -Are you-- 960 00:40:59,791 --> 00:41:01,157 -Lily, hey lil. 961 00:41:05,062 --> 00:41:08,531 Look at you, hey, should we take you to the hospital? 962 00:41:08,533 --> 00:41:09,833 Andrew: Lily, be honest. 963 00:41:09,835 --> 00:41:11,234 -I'll take you, we'll jump in the car right now 964 00:41:11,236 --> 00:41:13,002 if you need to go. -No, I'm fine, I'm fine. 965 00:41:13,004 --> 00:41:14,037 Derek: Yeah? 966 00:41:14,039 --> 00:41:15,138 Andrew: She's... 967 00:41:15,140 --> 00:41:16,573 Derek: You're a big trooper? 968 00:41:17,942 --> 00:41:19,876 -Alright, there we go. 969 00:41:19,878 --> 00:41:21,678 She's fine, it's just a bump on the head. 970 00:41:21,680 --> 00:41:23,079 Carl: You sure you okay? 971 00:41:23,081 --> 00:41:26,583 You're okay? I mean, do you have a headache? 972 00:41:26,585 --> 00:41:27,517 -Why don't you get some water? 973 00:41:27,519 --> 00:41:27,517 Carl: Huh? 974 00:41:27,519 --> 00:41:29,185 -Why don't you get some water? 975 00:41:29,187 --> 00:41:30,019 Carl: Okay. 976 00:41:30,021 --> 00:41:30,820 -Please. 977 00:41:34,225 --> 00:41:38,094 I don't know, I just, i hope she's okay. 978 00:41:38,096 --> 00:41:40,096 She seems like a really nice girl. 979 00:41:40,931 --> 00:41:42,765 -That was definitely weird. 980 00:41:42,767 --> 00:41:45,668 Not just me freakin' out about nothing. 981 00:41:45,670 --> 00:41:47,537 That was, you know. 982 00:41:48,939 --> 00:41:48,938 -These things do happen. 983 00:41:48,940 --> 00:41:52,275 I mean, you talk to any of the big directors, 984 00:41:52,277 --> 00:41:54,611 you know, you watch their director's cuts like, 985 00:41:54,613 --> 00:41:55,645 shit happens people get hurt, 986 00:41:55,647 --> 00:41:56,813 they get banged up. 987 00:41:56,815 --> 00:41:58,815 The important thing is she's okay, 988 00:41:58,817 --> 00:42:00,817 and we can keep moving forward. 989 00:42:00,819 --> 00:42:08,157 And, you know, not overreact. 990 00:42:08,159 --> 00:42:10,560 That's terrible. It's true though. 991 00:42:10,562 --> 00:42:12,729 -It's just I don't know if it's worth us stopping the flow 992 00:42:12,731 --> 00:42:14,264 of the story for a full minute 993 00:42:14,266 --> 00:42:15,765 while you deliver the third act exposition. 994 00:42:15,767 --> 00:42:17,000 -I'm not stopping the flow of the story, 995 00:42:17,002 --> 00:42:17,000 I'm telling them what's happening. 996 00:42:17,002 --> 00:42:17,000 We're letting the audience know what's happened, 997 00:42:17,002 --> 00:42:21,170 so they're not confused when they leave the theater. 998 00:42:21,172 --> 00:42:22,272 I was hoping for something 999 00:42:22,274 --> 00:42:23,740 a little bit more ambiguous, 1000 00:42:23,742 --> 00:42:23,740 let them have something to talk about-- 1001 00:42:23,742 --> 00:42:23,740 -they're gonna be talking about how great the movie is, 1002 00:42:23,742 --> 00:42:28,945 not oh my god, I don't know what the hell just happened. 1003 00:42:28,947 --> 00:42:30,246 -We should be letting them decide for themselves 1004 00:42:30,248 --> 00:42:32,115 what the spectre is instead of telling them. 1005 00:42:32,117 --> 00:42:33,650 -Blair witch. 1006 00:42:33,652 --> 00:42:34,851 -People are gonna think we don't know 1007 00:42:34,853 --> 00:42:36,085 what it is if we don't tell them. 1008 00:42:36,087 --> 00:42:37,620 "They don't even know their own movie." 1009 00:42:37,622 --> 00:42:38,788 -If we leave it vague, 1010 00:42:38,790 --> 00:42:42,859 we can add to the mythology if it. 1011 00:42:42,861 --> 00:42:47,630 We can build on it in a sequel. 1012 00:42:47,632 --> 00:42:48,765 -Charge them another ten bucks? 1013 00:42:48,767 --> 00:42:50,066 -Sure. 1014 00:42:51,201 --> 00:42:53,169 -Thirteen bucks, 3D. -3D, that's right. 1015 00:42:53,171 --> 00:42:55,872 -Imax. 15, fuck it, go big. -Exactly. 1016 00:42:55,874 --> 00:42:57,173 - Alright, I get it. 1017 00:42:57,175 --> 00:43:01,711 Yes, okay, I will bring it in, 1018 00:43:01,713 --> 00:43:03,046 make it a little more vague. 1019 00:43:03,048 --> 00:43:04,747 -Okay, just do it quickly, Derek, 1020 00:43:04,749 --> 00:43:06,749 we have very little time left. 1021 00:43:06,751 --> 00:43:08,184 -Oh, okay, thank you. 1022 00:43:17,861 --> 00:43:19,662 Amy: You still awake too? 1023 00:43:19,664 --> 00:43:24,367 Mark: Yeah, just cutting together 1024 00:43:25,669 --> 00:43:28,304 some footage for the Facebook page. 1025 00:43:29,106 --> 00:43:30,373 Amy: Mmm-hmm. 1026 00:43:33,878 --> 00:43:34,978 -Please don't. 1027 00:43:34,980 --> 00:43:36,112 -No, come on. 1028 00:43:37,715 --> 00:43:40,083 It's only fair... Watching the watcher. 1029 00:43:47,292 --> 00:43:50,293 Nice, it's very... meta. 1030 00:43:55,299 --> 00:43:57,133 So mark, how are you? 1031 00:43:58,936 --> 00:44:01,638 You working on anything? 1032 00:44:01,640 --> 00:44:04,374 -No, just this. 1033 00:44:08,779 --> 00:44:11,714 Amy: I think you should make another short. 1034 00:44:11,716 --> 00:44:14,017 We should make a short, you and me. 1035 00:44:14,019 --> 00:44:16,052 -Uh, mmm, yeah. 1036 00:44:17,287 --> 00:44:19,389 Amy: Okay, well don't sound so enthusiastic. 1037 00:44:19,391 --> 00:44:21,691 -No, no, no, that's not-- 1038 00:44:21,693 --> 00:44:23,092 -sweetheart, I'm teasing, I know. 1039 00:44:24,361 --> 00:44:25,962 It beats working with Derek, anyway. 1040 00:44:30,267 --> 00:44:34,103 I mean, i don't know, I think, 1041 00:44:35,272 --> 00:44:36,773 I know there's been a lot of friction, 1042 00:44:41,078 --> 00:44:44,280 but I don't know, maybe there's something more. 1043 00:44:44,282 --> 00:44:46,315 I think Derek and I are finally 1044 00:44:46,317 --> 00:44:49,986 understanding each other a little bit. 1045 00:44:49,988 --> 00:44:51,721 Andrew: Well, we still don't have our lead actress. 1046 00:44:51,723 --> 00:44:53,790 Amy: What's this? 1047 00:44:53,792 --> 00:44:55,458 Turn it up. - That's nothing. 1048 00:44:55,460 --> 00:44:56,893 Amy: No, turn it up, turn it up. 1049 00:45:00,130 --> 00:45:01,330 -Amy. 1050 00:45:01,332 --> 00:45:02,432 Amy: No, come on, what is it? 1051 00:45:02,434 --> 00:45:04,100 I wanna see it. 1052 00:45:04,102 --> 00:45:06,102 Please. 1053 00:45:06,104 --> 00:45:07,770 Andrew: Do you want me to call her? 1054 00:45:07,772 --> 00:45:09,238 Derek: Do whatever the fuck you wanna do. 1055 00:45:09,240 --> 00:45:10,173 Andrew: What does that even mean? 1056 00:45:10,175 --> 00:45:11,340 Mark: I'll call her. 1057 00:45:11,342 --> 00:45:12,709 Andrew: Can you? Thank you. 1058 00:45:12,711 --> 00:45:14,711 Andrew: It's just gonna be a little tough 1059 00:45:14,713 --> 00:45:16,479 to do the film without her. 1060 00:45:16,481 --> 00:45:17,880 Derek: It's gonna be a lot tough 1061 00:45:17,882 --> 00:45:19,949 to do the film with her, trust me. 1062 00:45:19,951 --> 00:45:21,084 Should have my head examined 1063 00:45:21,086 --> 00:45:22,452 for casting her in the first place. 1064 00:45:25,989 --> 00:45:27,824 Amy: Is that it? 1065 00:45:27,826 --> 00:45:29,025 -Amy. 1066 00:45:29,027 --> 00:45:30,226 Amy: Is that all he said? 1067 00:45:30,228 --> 00:45:32,361 -I don't think that this is something... 1068 00:45:32,363 --> 00:45:34,864 Amy: Just play it. 1069 00:45:34,866 --> 00:45:36,132 -Amy. 1070 00:45:36,134 --> 00:45:38,501 Amy: Play it. 1071 00:45:38,503 --> 00:45:40,737 Mark, play it. 1072 00:45:42,372 --> 00:45:44,006 Derek: Just make sure you erase that file, okay. 1073 00:45:44,008 --> 00:45:45,842 Mark: Yes, when i dump the cards. 1074 00:45:45,844 --> 00:45:47,176 Derek: Alright. 1075 00:45:47,178 --> 00:45:49,178 Mark: So, why did you anyway? 1076 00:45:49,180 --> 00:45:50,146 Derek: Why did I what? 1077 00:45:50,148 --> 00:45:51,814 Mark: Cast Amy. 1078 00:45:51,816 --> 00:45:55,118 Derek: Because I'm a fuckin' idiot. 1079 00:45:55,120 --> 00:45:56,986 I signed a contract before we were separated, 1080 00:45:56,988 --> 00:45:59,388 and no thank you, I do not want another lawsuit. 1081 00:45:59,390 --> 00:46:00,790 Mark: So, you're not trying to get 1082 00:46:00,792 --> 00:46:02,458 back together with her? 1083 00:46:02,460 --> 00:46:04,827 Derek: No, sweet Jesus Christ, 1084 00:46:04,829 --> 00:46:06,963 I am not trying to get back together. 1085 00:46:09,434 --> 00:46:11,367 Speaking of Satan incarnate. 1086 00:46:20,077 --> 00:46:22,078 -I'm sorry. 1087 00:46:25,549 --> 00:46:27,450 Amy: Me too. 1088 00:46:30,420 --> 00:46:30,419 I don't know why I'm surprised. 1089 00:46:34,491 --> 00:46:38,161 I mean, I'm being an idiot right? 1090 00:46:38,163 --> 00:46:39,962 It's over. 1091 00:46:41,231 --> 00:46:42,932 Is it? 1092 00:46:50,240 --> 00:46:51,374 What? 1093 00:46:52,476 --> 00:46:53,910 -What? 1094 00:46:55,045 --> 00:46:56,412 I... 1095 00:46:57,281 --> 00:46:59,816 I'm sorry, what was the question? 1096 00:47:02,085 --> 00:47:06,222 Amy: Nevermind, I probably don't wanna know anyway. 1097 00:47:06,224 --> 00:47:08,391 Good night. 1098 00:47:24,174 --> 00:47:27,577 -You are a fucking liar. -I am not a liar, Amy! 1099 00:47:27,579 --> 00:47:29,045 I live in the truth. 1100 00:47:29,047 --> 00:47:30,379 It's you that makes up shit-- 1101 00:47:30,381 --> 00:47:32,381 -excuse me, if you could keep it in your pants 1102 00:47:32,383 --> 00:47:34,283 we would not even be here! 1103 00:47:34,285 --> 00:47:35,985 -Oh really, you know why i can't keep my pants, 1104 00:47:35,987 --> 00:47:37,386 it's because you are such a frigid bitch 1105 00:47:37,388 --> 00:47:38,988 that I have no fuckin' place-- -fuck you! 1106 00:47:40,625 --> 00:47:44,026 Oh my god, I'm so sorry, are you okay? 1107 00:47:44,028 --> 00:47:45,194 I'm so sorry, oh my god. 1108 00:47:45,196 --> 00:47:46,229 -Amy, what are you fuckin' doing? 1109 00:47:46,231 --> 00:47:47,463 -I'm sorry-- 1110 00:47:47,465 --> 00:47:49,232 Andrew: Guys, guys, do it again, take it again. 1111 00:47:49,234 --> 00:47:50,566 -I know we got the fuckin' take. 1112 00:47:50,568 --> 00:47:53,069 Amy, we're right in the middle of the scene! 1113 00:47:53,071 --> 00:47:54,637 Do you not know how to commit to the moment? 1114 00:47:54,639 --> 00:47:56,639 Andrew: Take it again. -No, I can't do this right now. 1115 00:47:56,641 --> 00:47:58,975 -No, Amy please, use this to fuel your emotions. 1116 00:47:58,977 --> 00:48:01,143 -Yes, definitely, actually acting, you know. 1117 00:48:01,145 --> 00:48:02,078 Mark: Derek, Derek-- 1118 00:48:02,080 --> 00:48:03,546 -mark, shut the fuck up! 1119 00:48:03,548 --> 00:48:06,048 Oh my god, listen, you guys, thank you all 1120 00:48:06,050 --> 00:48:08,351 for your help and suggestions, 1121 00:48:08,353 --> 00:48:10,653 but please keep your opinions to yourself 1122 00:48:10,655 --> 00:48:11,153 unless you are asked, okay. 1123 00:48:16,026 --> 00:48:18,160 Thank you, alright, fine, let's go again. 1124 00:48:18,162 --> 00:48:19,629 -No, I can't do this right now, I just-- 1125 00:48:19,631 --> 00:48:21,998 -oh come on Amy, will you grow the fuck up? 1126 00:48:22,000 --> 00:48:23,532 This is the problem every god damn time! 1127 00:48:23,534 --> 00:48:25,501 It's an emotional fucking roller coaster 1128 00:48:25,503 --> 00:48:28,204 because you are not willing to do it you fucking cunt! 1129 00:48:28,206 --> 00:48:30,406 Every time we-- 1130 00:48:33,144 --> 00:48:34,944 -fuck! 1131 00:48:43,553 --> 00:48:45,488 Andrew: You okay? 1132 00:48:45,490 --> 00:48:47,290 -Andrew, what...? 1133 00:48:50,093 --> 00:48:51,427 What just, what the fuck happened? 1134 00:48:52,129 --> 00:48:55,031 -I don't know, I have no idea. 1135 00:48:55,033 --> 00:48:57,667 -Did you arm the gag? 1136 00:48:57,669 --> 00:49:01,971 -No, no, no, I turned it off before we, 1137 00:49:01,973 --> 00:49:03,306 right when we said cut. 1138 00:49:03,308 --> 00:49:03,306 I think I did. 1139 00:49:03,308 --> 00:49:05,274 -I mean, why the fuck is it? 1140 00:49:09,146 --> 00:49:11,247 -No, dude it's... 1141 00:49:14,318 --> 00:49:14,317 It's not even fucking plugged in. 1142 00:49:14,319 --> 00:49:17,653 -What do you mean it's not plugged in? It just went off. 1143 00:49:17,655 --> 00:49:19,255 It has to be fucking plugged in, it just... 1144 00:49:22,392 --> 00:49:25,962 Well then, how did it fucking-- 1145 00:49:26,663 --> 00:49:27,997 -i don't know, I don't know. 1146 00:49:27,999 --> 00:49:29,165 It's off and I unplugged it. 1147 00:49:31,268 --> 00:49:33,502 Are you okay? - Yeah, I'm fine. 1148 00:49:33,504 --> 00:49:35,237 Andrew: Where's Amy? 1149 00:49:40,311 --> 00:49:43,980 -Seriously, that was fuckin' creepy. 1150 00:49:43,982 --> 00:49:45,181 Mark: Seriously. 1151 00:49:45,183 --> 00:49:47,049 -It was a malfunction, it happens. 1152 00:49:47,051 --> 00:49:48,684 -What? No... 1153 00:49:48,686 --> 00:49:50,519 You cannot say it was a malfunction now 1154 00:49:50,521 --> 00:49:52,321 because you just told us that there was no way 1155 00:49:52,323 --> 00:49:53,723 in hell it was a fuckin' malfunction. 1156 00:49:53,725 --> 00:49:53,723 -Well, clearly it happened, 1157 00:49:53,725 --> 00:49:55,725 so let's please just make sure 1158 00:49:55,727 --> 00:49:57,560 it doesn't happen again, alright. 1159 00:49:57,562 --> 00:50:00,229 -At the same time Amy lost her shit. 1160 00:50:00,231 --> 00:50:02,631 You think that's a coincidence that it fuckin' happened. 1161 00:50:02,633 --> 00:50:05,234 -It wasn't a ghost if that's what you're saying, 1162 00:50:05,236 --> 00:50:07,703 I mean, I don't know man, maybe the sound 1163 00:50:07,705 --> 00:50:09,305 of her voice triggered the wiring. 1164 00:50:09,307 --> 00:50:11,741 -Right, the sound of her voice. 1165 00:50:11,743 --> 00:50:15,144 -What do you want me to say? 1166 00:50:15,146 --> 00:50:20,082 The house is haunted, we're all gonna die. 1167 00:50:20,084 --> 00:50:23,185 -I just want you to admit that it was fuckin' creepy. 1168 00:50:25,622 --> 00:50:26,689 Creepy? 1169 00:50:27,591 --> 00:50:29,025 Mark: Creepy. Lily: Yeah. 1170 00:50:32,029 --> 00:50:33,763 -Yes, it was very fuckin' creepy. 1171 00:50:33,765 --> 00:50:35,297 -Thank you. 1172 00:50:40,138 --> 00:50:42,071 Mark: Shit, fuckin' again, Derek? 1173 00:50:46,209 --> 00:50:52,815 Carl: I'm never gonna sleep normal. 1174 00:50:57,221 --> 00:50:58,687 Carl: That is Amy. Yeah, yeah. 1175 00:51:07,632 --> 00:51:09,298 Carl: Kill it, kill it. 1176 00:51:12,737 --> 00:51:14,336 Motherfucker. 1177 00:51:17,240 --> 00:51:19,608 Mark: Son of a bitch, he's raping her! 1178 00:51:19,610 --> 00:51:21,143 Carl: He is not. 1179 00:51:22,814 --> 00:51:24,814 Amy: Why the fuck did you stop? 1180 00:51:26,451 --> 00:51:27,716 Asshole, fuck you. 1181 00:51:28,819 --> 00:51:29,718 Fuck you! 1182 00:51:32,090 --> 00:51:33,089 Carl: Let's go. Come on. 1183 00:51:33,091 --> 00:51:35,591 Mark, come on. 1184 00:51:40,097 --> 00:51:42,164 Carl: 1185 00:51:56,413 --> 00:51:57,246 -Morning. 1186 00:51:57,248 --> 00:51:58,214 -Good morning. 1187 00:51:59,449 --> 00:52:00,483 -Good morning. 1188 00:52:00,485 --> 00:52:01,817 Mark: Hey. 1189 00:52:09,759 --> 00:52:11,393 -Good morning, everybody. 1190 00:52:16,233 --> 00:52:16,232 -I'm sure it'll be fine. 1191 00:52:16,234 --> 00:52:19,401 Lily: I mean, should i smear, or should I just pat? 1192 00:52:19,403 --> 00:52:21,270 -Just dab it on a little bit. 1193 00:52:21,272 --> 00:52:22,371 Lily: Does that hurt when I touch? 1194 00:52:22,373 --> 00:52:23,572 -No, it's fine. 1195 00:52:23,574 --> 00:52:24,473 Lily: It's too dark? 1196 00:52:26,576 --> 00:52:28,777 -Hmm. -Should we try this one? 1197 00:52:28,779 --> 00:52:31,247 -Sure, try that one. 1198 00:52:31,249 --> 00:52:32,848 This may not even work. 1199 00:52:32,850 --> 00:52:34,783 We'll just write it into the script. 1200 00:52:34,785 --> 00:52:36,218 Derek: Amy? 1201 00:52:38,188 --> 00:52:39,488 Babe, are you out here? 1202 00:52:41,658 --> 00:52:42,892 Amy? 1203 00:52:43,693 --> 00:52:44,727 Amy!? 1204 00:52:48,165 --> 00:52:49,365 Oh shit. 1205 00:52:52,269 --> 00:52:53,502 Amy. 1206 00:52:54,638 --> 00:52:55,638 Amy? 1207 00:52:56,840 --> 00:52:58,374 Babe? 1208 00:53:00,278 --> 00:53:04,213 Shit, oh god. Baby, I think you're sleepwalking again. 1209 00:53:04,215 --> 00:53:07,716 Oh shit, what happened to your face? 1210 00:53:07,718 --> 00:53:10,286 You must've hit something. 1211 00:53:10,288 --> 00:53:11,487 Your eye's all banged up, here, come inside. 1212 00:53:11,489 --> 00:53:12,555 -Oh yeah. 1213 00:53:13,323 --> 00:53:14,490 See that? 1214 00:53:18,261 --> 00:53:19,228 It's good. 1215 00:53:19,230 --> 00:53:20,262 Andrew: It's good, it'll work. 1216 00:53:20,264 --> 00:53:21,730 -Alright. 1217 00:53:21,732 --> 00:53:24,433 You're amazing, you know that? 1218 00:53:24,435 --> 00:53:25,534 You're gonna scare everybody. 1219 00:53:26,570 --> 00:53:27,336 -Listen... 1220 00:53:29,206 --> 00:53:32,741 I know that it's been a stressful couple days out here. 1221 00:53:32,743 --> 00:53:33,676 It's been a little bit trying 1222 00:53:33,678 --> 00:53:35,477 with the conditions as they are, 1223 00:53:35,479 --> 00:53:39,715 and we don't wanna get caught up in the blame game 1224 00:53:39,717 --> 00:53:43,986 pointing fingers because we are all in this together, okay? 1225 00:53:43,988 --> 00:53:48,224 So, in the interest of keeping that collegial spirit 1226 00:53:48,992 --> 00:53:51,660 I say that we all get cleaned up, 1227 00:53:51,662 --> 00:53:53,529 and head out onto the road, route 4, 1228 00:53:53,531 --> 00:53:54,697 there's a little bar there, 1229 00:53:54,699 --> 00:53:57,333 and let's go get ourselves sloppy drunk. 1230 00:53:57,335 --> 00:54:00,502 On my dime. Alright, what do you say? 1231 00:54:00,504 --> 00:54:01,971 -I'll be in the Van. 1232 00:54:04,841 --> 00:54:04,840 Lily: I'm gonna hit my head! 1233 00:54:04,842 --> 00:54:07,743 Carl: You're only gonna hit your head if you do it wrong. 1234 00:54:07,745 --> 00:54:10,446 Derek: Look out, look out, look out! 1235 00:54:10,448 --> 00:54:11,647 Oh! 1236 00:54:11,649 --> 00:54:12,948 Lily: I've already hit it before. 1237 00:54:14,317 --> 00:54:16,752 Derek: Mark, come on! Put the camera down for once. 1238 00:54:16,754 --> 00:54:17,987 Come have a drink, have some fun. 1239 00:54:21,291 --> 00:54:22,524 Derek James, bitch! 1240 00:54:35,272 --> 00:54:36,272 -Yes yes yes. 1241 00:54:36,274 --> 00:54:37,740 Mark: No thanks. 1242 00:54:37,742 --> 00:54:39,408 -Mark, as director, you're giving me the camera. 1243 00:54:39,410 --> 00:54:39,408 Give me the camera. 1244 00:54:39,410 --> 00:54:41,610 Derek: To the man behind the camera! 1245 00:54:42,747 --> 00:54:43,712 To the man behind the scenes. 1246 00:54:43,714 --> 00:54:47,516 And to all of you for an amazing 1247 00:54:47,518 --> 00:54:48,817 week and a half of shooting. 1248 00:54:50,788 --> 00:54:52,888 Well, I have some rather big news 1249 00:54:52,890 --> 00:54:54,923 to share with everyone at the table. 1250 00:54:54,925 --> 00:54:59,361 The illustrious and very influential Scott weinberg 1251 00:54:59,363 --> 00:55:01,463 is coming to do a story on the film. 1252 00:55:01,465 --> 00:55:02,831 Scott weinberg from fearnet? 1253 00:55:02,833 --> 00:55:05,067 Amy: This film? Our film? -Our film. 1254 00:55:05,069 --> 00:55:07,069 Andrew: How in the hell did you swing that? 1255 00:55:07,071 --> 00:55:09,071 -Oh, I have my ways. Carl: He's a swinger. 1256 00:55:10,474 --> 00:55:11,874 Andrew: You lied to him... 1257 00:55:11,876 --> 00:55:15,778 -No, no, I told him the god's honest truth, I swear. 1258 00:55:17,047 --> 00:55:18,547 Well, maybe not all of it. 1259 00:55:20,084 --> 00:55:23,352 -The last time he said that I got herpes. 1260 00:55:23,354 --> 00:55:25,921 - What was that? 1261 00:55:29,092 --> 00:55:30,426 Andrew: It's gonna be a long day, 1262 00:55:30,428 --> 00:55:30,426 I'm just warning you. 1263 00:55:30,428 --> 00:55:33,329 -No, that's okay, I don't mind, but I think that... 1264 00:55:37,367 --> 00:55:39,802 If you're talking about production 1265 00:55:39,804 --> 00:55:41,870 in that kind of way then it's-- 1266 00:55:53,817 --> 00:55:56,852 no, you made me miss! Derek! 1267 00:55:58,988 --> 00:56:03,392 -Carl, you saw it, it was there-- 1268 00:56:09,366 --> 00:56:10,899 Carl: That didn't last very long now, did it? 1269 00:56:15,405 --> 00:56:16,472 Andrew: What the fuck is this? 1270 00:56:16,474 --> 00:56:17,606 What the fuck? 1271 00:56:17,608 --> 00:56:20,509 Mark: Oh my god, oh no. 1272 00:56:20,511 --> 00:56:21,443 Andrew: Did we get robbed? 1273 00:56:21,445 --> 00:56:23,712 Amy: Oh my god. 1274 00:56:26,483 --> 00:56:27,716 Animals? 1275 00:56:27,718 --> 00:56:29,918 Lily: I don't know, it tore everything up. 1276 00:56:29,920 --> 00:56:32,855 Derek: Something must've got in. 1277 00:56:32,857 --> 00:56:33,822 Carl: Look at my gear, man! 1278 00:56:33,824 --> 00:56:34,990 What the fuck!? 1279 00:56:34,992 --> 00:56:38,827 Awe, it's just like somebody fuckin' 1280 00:56:38,829 --> 00:56:40,662 just trashed everything. 1281 00:56:40,664 --> 00:56:42,664 Everything's here. 1282 00:56:45,802 --> 00:56:47,035 What the fuck is that? 1283 00:56:50,039 --> 00:56:51,173 Ugh. 1284 00:56:52,008 --> 00:56:52,808 What is this? 1285 00:56:53,843 --> 00:56:55,577 Derek: Somebody must have broken in. 1286 00:56:55,579 --> 00:56:56,879 Lily: Should we call the cops? 1287 00:56:56,881 --> 00:56:59,481 Andrew: We don't have cell service 1288 00:56:59,483 --> 00:57:00,849 how the fuck are we gonna call the cops? 1289 00:57:00,851 --> 00:57:02,050 -There's nobody out here. 1290 00:57:02,052 --> 00:57:03,652 Nobody comes out. 1291 00:57:03,654 --> 00:57:04,820 Is anything missing? 1292 00:57:07,056 --> 00:57:09,591 Lily: I don't know. 1293 00:57:09,593 --> 00:57:10,959 Andrew: No, nothing of mine is missing 1294 00:57:10,961 --> 00:57:14,797 from what I can tell. 1295 00:57:14,799 --> 00:57:16,532 Amy: I don't know. 1296 00:57:16,534 --> 00:57:18,000 Carl: This is your bullshit, right? 1297 00:57:18,002 --> 00:57:21,837 Derek: No, it's not my fuckin' bullshit man. 1298 00:57:21,839 --> 00:57:22,871 Of course not. 1299 00:57:22,873 --> 00:57:24,673 -Of course not, of course not! 1300 00:57:24,675 --> 00:57:26,008 Why would it be my bullshit? 1301 00:57:26,010 --> 00:57:30,045 Why is none of your stuff even touched? 1302 00:57:30,047 --> 00:57:31,680 -I was at the bar the same as you! 1303 00:57:31,682 --> 00:57:33,148 I don't know why that's-- 1304 00:57:33,150 --> 00:57:34,216 -it's coincidence, just like all the other 1305 00:57:34,218 --> 00:57:35,651 crazy fuckin' shit, right!? 1306 00:57:37,187 --> 00:57:41,490 -I'm out of here tomorrow, I can't-- 1307 00:57:41,492 --> 00:57:44,126 -oh great, oh yeah, who are you kidding man? 1308 00:57:44,128 --> 00:57:46,962 You've been looking for an excuse ever since day one. 1309 00:57:46,964 --> 00:57:49,731 -That's because you took us to a fuckin' haunted house! 1310 00:57:49,733 --> 00:57:51,099 -Oh my god. 1311 00:57:51,101 --> 00:57:52,601 -All this fuckin' weird shit has been happening 1312 00:57:52,603 --> 00:57:54,536 ever since we fuckin' got here! 1313 00:57:54,538 --> 00:57:56,505 Since day one. You had the crazy shit 1314 00:57:56,507 --> 00:57:58,841 with the dishes, with that! 1315 00:57:58,843 --> 00:58:00,876 Fuckin' Lily almost died! 1316 00:58:02,712 --> 00:58:05,180 And now all my shit is covered in slime! 1317 00:58:05,182 --> 00:58:06,715 God knows what the fuck is out there 1318 00:58:06,717 --> 00:58:08,050 making all those creepy noises at night. 1319 00:58:09,085 --> 00:58:10,886 Derek: Hey, shut up, Andrew. 1320 00:58:10,888 --> 00:58:12,721 Carl: Hey, what did you say? 1321 00:58:12,723 --> 00:58:14,656 Carl: No no Andrew, don't shut up, what? 1322 00:58:14,658 --> 00:58:18,594 Andrew: Nothing, nevermind, nevermind. 1323 00:58:18,596 --> 00:58:22,164 -Okay, okay, so yeah, that was you, great. 1324 00:58:22,166 --> 00:58:26,802 Fine, you know... good luck with your movie. 1325 00:58:27,737 --> 00:58:30,839 I'm gonna go tomorrow, and you know, god bless you. 1326 00:58:30,841 --> 00:58:32,674 Have fun. -Well, you know what! 1327 00:58:32,676 --> 00:58:34,243 Good luck with your Ben affleck movie 1328 00:58:34,245 --> 00:58:36,111 when you don't have your fuckin' gear! 1329 00:58:39,249 --> 00:58:43,218 -What are you---i own your gear Carl! 1330 00:58:43,220 --> 00:58:44,953 -You gave me a fuckin' loan. 1331 00:58:44,955 --> 00:58:46,522 -Right, and you didn't pay that loan back, 1332 00:58:46,524 --> 00:58:48,757 so if you read the small print in your contract 1333 00:58:48,759 --> 00:58:50,859 you would know that i own your fuckin' gear, 1334 00:58:50,861 --> 00:58:52,528 and maybe you should wake up and open your eyes 1335 00:58:52,530 --> 00:58:53,896 next time. That gear is mine. 1336 00:58:57,967 --> 00:58:57,966 -You're a fuckin' asshole, man. 1337 00:58:57,968 --> 00:59:00,168 -Yeah, I'm a fuckin' asshole? -Yeah. 1338 00:59:04,707 --> 00:59:06,008 You're a fucking asshole! 1339 00:59:12,148 --> 00:59:14,917 Andrew: Guys, let's just all go to sleep, shall we? 1340 00:59:14,919 --> 00:59:16,251 -Where is he gonna go? 1341 00:59:19,756 --> 00:59:21,890 -Mark, are you kidding me. 1342 00:59:21,892 --> 00:59:23,759 I told you not to film that stuff. 1343 00:59:23,761 --> 00:59:24,993 Mark: Sorry. 1344 00:59:24,995 --> 00:59:26,929 Derek: Mark! Just turn it the fuck off dude. 1345 00:59:26,931 --> 00:59:28,063 Mark: Yeah. 1346 00:59:43,713 --> 00:59:45,180 -He's a big boy. 1347 00:59:45,182 --> 00:59:46,715 -He didn't have a car is the only thing. 1348 00:59:46,717 --> 00:59:48,150 -I know, I know. 1349 00:59:50,320 --> 00:59:52,988 Maybe he hitchhiked, maybe he called a friend. 1350 00:59:52,990 --> 00:59:55,157 I'm sure he's halfway to El Paso by now. I... 1351 00:59:57,293 --> 00:59:59,828 It sucks, it really fuckin' sucks. 1352 01:00:05,234 --> 01:00:06,602 Mark: Well, this part is on. 1353 01:00:06,604 --> 01:00:08,804 He always had these on too. 1354 01:00:08,806 --> 01:00:10,272 Derek: Do they each go on individually? 1355 01:00:10,274 --> 01:00:13,075 Mark: No, he would hit a button, is it this? 1356 01:00:13,077 --> 01:00:14,276 Oh, okay! 1357 01:00:14,278 --> 01:00:15,611 -Look at that, you're a natural. 1358 01:00:15,613 --> 01:00:17,379 -Lily pad, the sound woman. 1359 01:00:17,381 --> 01:00:19,047 -Alright, well shit, how hard can it be? 1360 01:00:19,049 --> 01:00:19,047 You just gotta hit record, 1361 01:00:19,049 --> 01:00:21,717 and point the microphone at whoever's talkin'. 1362 01:00:23,353 --> 01:00:24,820 - Yeah. 1363 01:00:38,234 --> 01:00:39,901 Andrew: Good Amy, you ran, okay. 1364 01:00:39,903 --> 01:00:39,901 Derek: No, no, it's gotta be on her shoulder. 1365 01:00:39,903 --> 01:00:42,371 Andrew: No, why would it be on her shoulder? 1366 01:00:42,373 --> 01:00:42,371 -It's bouncing all over the god damn place, 1367 01:00:42,373 --> 01:00:45,040 you can't even watch it. -That'll look too planned. 1368 01:00:45,042 --> 01:00:46,208 No one who's running for their life 1369 01:00:46,210 --> 01:00:46,208 will ever worry about getting-- 1370 01:00:46,210 --> 01:00:48,710 -are you personally gonna go into the theater, 1371 01:00:48,712 --> 01:00:48,710 and clean up all the puke because 1372 01:00:48,712 --> 01:00:51,279 that's what's gonna happen if you show it like that. 1373 01:00:51,281 --> 01:00:52,648 Especially in 3D, it's gonna be barf city. 1374 01:00:52,650 --> 01:00:52,648 -I don't even understand why she's still 1375 01:00:52,650 --> 01:00:55,283 holding the fuckin' camera. Why hasn't she thrown it away? 1376 01:00:55,285 --> 01:00:56,418 -Because the movie would be over 1377 01:00:56,420 --> 01:00:58,253 if she puts the camera down! 1378 01:00:58,255 --> 01:00:59,888 -Fine, well, we need to come up with 1379 01:00:59,890 --> 01:01:01,423 a halfway decent excuse as to why she's still recording. 1380 01:01:10,199 --> 01:01:10,198 -She needs the light. 1381 01:01:10,200 --> 01:01:13,301 Andrew: No, why is she still recording? 1382 01:01:13,303 --> 01:01:15,337 -The light doesn't work if she's not recording. 1383 01:01:15,339 --> 01:01:15,337 Andrew: Yes it does. 1384 01:01:15,339 --> 01:01:17,673 -That audience doesn't know that. 1385 01:01:17,675 --> 01:01:18,840 -Yes they do! 1386 01:01:20,343 --> 01:01:22,110 -Oh, thank you, oh I wondered! 1387 01:01:22,112 --> 01:01:23,679 The queen has spoken! 1388 01:01:23,681 --> 01:01:25,313 Now we know, oh good! 1389 01:01:25,315 --> 01:01:25,313 How about you mark! 1390 01:01:25,315 --> 01:01:28,183 Do you have something you wanna add to this? 1391 01:01:28,185 --> 01:01:30,752 -Christ, I don't know what everybody here started to think 1392 01:01:30,754 --> 01:01:32,154 this was some sort of democracy, 1393 01:01:32,156 --> 01:01:33,989 but we're doing it my way, end of discussion! 1394 01:01:33,991 --> 01:01:35,957 I'm fuckin' sick of this! 1395 01:01:35,959 --> 01:01:38,760 Alright, Amy get the camera. 1396 01:01:38,762 --> 01:01:40,262 We're putting it on your shoulder, 1397 01:01:40,264 --> 01:01:42,931 and it's going to be stable there. 1398 01:01:42,933 --> 01:01:44,366 Carl, roll sound! 1399 01:01:47,704 --> 01:01:49,271 Let's go! 1400 01:01:49,273 --> 01:01:50,739 Andrew: Action. 1401 01:01:51,874 --> 01:01:53,341 -Honestly, why did your brother even hire me? 1402 01:01:53,343 --> 01:01:55,010 I don't even understand at this point. 1403 01:01:55,012 --> 01:01:59,014 He obviously wants to direct the fuckin' thing himself. 1404 01:01:59,016 --> 01:02:00,348 I mean, what is the point 1405 01:02:00,350 --> 01:02:03,885 of making the first 3D found footage horror movie 1406 01:02:03,887 --> 01:02:05,821 if it's just gonna suck? 1407 01:02:05,823 --> 01:02:07,389 If it's just... 1408 01:02:08,257 --> 01:02:10,459 -Yeah, tensions are high on any set, 1409 01:02:10,461 --> 01:02:13,962 but art, good art, 1410 01:02:15,098 --> 01:02:18,467 is never easy, and so yeah, 1411 01:02:19,168 --> 01:02:19,167 the long days do wear on you, 1412 01:02:19,169 --> 01:02:25,907 but I wouldn't trade my job for any job in the world. 1413 01:02:25,909 --> 01:02:28,810 Mark: Ok, thanks. 1414 01:02:28,812 --> 01:02:30,312 Amy: That was total horse shit. 1415 01:02:37,321 --> 01:02:38,353 Amy: Oh my god! 1416 01:02:38,355 --> 01:02:39,788 Oh my god! 1417 01:02:39,790 --> 01:02:41,156 Derek: What what what?! 1418 01:02:43,292 --> 01:02:46,428 Oh shit, shit, shit, shit. 1419 01:02:46,430 --> 01:02:46,428 Andrew: What the fuck happened? 1420 01:02:46,430 --> 01:02:49,030 Derek: She's bleeding, she's bleeding! 1421 01:02:49,032 --> 01:02:50,866 -Derek, Derek, Derek. 1422 01:02:50,868 --> 01:02:54,002 Derek: Awe fuck! 1423 01:02:54,004 --> 01:02:55,337 -What the hell happened? 1424 01:02:55,339 --> 01:02:56,938 -Sorry, I don't know, I don't know. 1425 01:02:56,940 --> 01:02:56,938 -Did an animal get her? 1426 01:02:56,940 --> 01:02:56,938 Derek: I don't know, god damn it. 1427 01:02:56,940 --> 01:02:59,908 -Are you bleeding anywhere else? 1428 01:02:59,910 --> 01:03:01,209 -I don't know! 1429 01:03:02,512 --> 01:03:04,846 Derek: It's okay, put pressure on, put pressure on. 1430 01:03:04,848 --> 01:03:06,114 Andrew: Amy, we're taking you to the hospital. 1431 01:03:06,116 --> 01:03:08,350 -Yeah, oh my god! 1432 01:03:08,352 --> 01:03:10,519 Amy, Amy, Amy, it's okay. 1433 01:03:11,187 --> 01:03:11,920 Mark: Andrew! 1434 01:03:11,922 --> 01:03:12,487 Andrew: Yeah? 1435 01:03:12,489 --> 01:03:13,288 Mark: Get her ID. 1436 01:03:13,290 --> 01:03:15,223 Andrew: Got it! 1437 01:03:15,225 --> 01:03:16,224 -Take your time, take your time. 1438 01:03:18,494 --> 01:03:20,562 Take it slow. You alright? 1439 01:03:43,419 --> 01:03:44,486 -Jesus Christ, you're just giving her 1440 01:03:44,488 --> 01:03:47,422 the negative attention she's after. 1441 01:03:47,424 --> 01:03:50,025 Mark: What is that supposed to mean? 1442 01:03:51,093 --> 01:03:53,495 -Why do you think people cut themselves? 1443 01:03:53,497 --> 01:03:55,997 Mark: She didn't cut herself. 1444 01:03:55,999 --> 01:03:57,399 -Right. 1445 01:03:58,334 --> 01:04:00,869 And she's never done it before either. 1446 01:04:00,871 --> 01:04:02,170 Kid, you do not know my wife nearly 1447 01:04:02,172 --> 01:04:03,471 as well as you think you do. 1448 01:04:26,896 --> 01:04:29,397 Amy: Do you ever sleep? 1449 01:04:29,399 --> 01:04:33,101 - Again? 1450 01:04:33,103 --> 01:04:36,238 Amy: What are you watching this time? 1451 01:04:36,240 --> 01:04:37,973 An interview with my mother about 1452 01:04:37,975 --> 01:04:40,041 what a massive disappointment i turned out to be? 1453 01:04:43,045 --> 01:04:45,914 -I'm sorry, I'm so sorry. 1454 01:04:45,916 --> 01:04:47,315 I should have never let you-- 1455 01:04:47,317 --> 01:04:49,551 Amy: It's fine, I'm sorry I said that. 1456 01:04:54,657 --> 01:04:56,291 -How's your arm? 1457 01:04:59,095 --> 01:05:00,362 Amy: It's okay. 1458 01:05:03,132 --> 01:05:05,667 The doc gave me some pretty bad ass pain killers, 1459 01:05:05,669 --> 01:05:08,637 so I think I'll be fine. 1460 01:05:11,274 --> 01:05:12,474 What's that? 1461 01:05:15,411 --> 01:05:16,945 Make it bigger. 1462 01:05:20,483 --> 01:05:22,150 Did you film us sleeping? 1463 01:05:22,152 --> 01:05:23,318 -No. 1464 01:05:23,320 --> 01:05:25,020 Amy: Mark, that's super creepy. 1465 01:05:25,022 --> 01:05:27,389 -No, this wasn't me. 1466 01:05:27,391 --> 01:05:29,090 Somebody must have taken my camera. 1467 01:05:31,427 --> 01:05:32,527 There, see? 1468 01:05:34,363 --> 01:05:37,432 Amy: Oh my god, this is last night. 1469 01:05:44,240 --> 01:05:46,942 -Do you think Derek did this? 1470 01:05:47,576 --> 01:05:49,344 Amy: I don't know. 1471 01:05:49,346 --> 01:05:51,980 I don't know, but this shit is not funny anymore. 1472 01:05:58,654 --> 01:06:00,522 Okay, then it must've been Lily. 1473 01:06:00,524 --> 01:06:01,523 Right? 1474 01:06:01,525 --> 01:06:02,657 -Or you. 1475 01:06:02,659 --> 01:06:04,259 Amy: It's not me. 1476 01:06:06,562 --> 01:06:08,396 It's not. 1477 01:06:13,035 --> 01:06:14,602 It's not me, mark. 1478 01:06:14,604 --> 01:06:15,670 -Who else could it be? 1479 01:06:15,672 --> 01:06:18,006 Amy: I don't know! 1480 01:06:18,008 --> 01:06:19,574 What? 1481 01:06:19,576 --> 01:06:20,642 Oh my god. 1482 01:06:22,178 --> 01:06:23,745 Who is doing this? 1483 01:06:23,747 --> 01:06:25,513 Why is someone filming me? 1484 01:06:38,728 --> 01:06:39,761 What the fuck? 1485 01:06:43,199 --> 01:06:44,065 Oh my god! 1486 01:06:47,069 --> 01:06:48,670 What is that? 1487 01:06:49,572 --> 01:06:51,206 -That's that mirror back there. 1488 01:06:54,477 --> 01:06:56,544 He doesn't have a camera! How is he--holy fuck! 1489 01:06:56,546 --> 01:06:57,746 Amy: What?! 1490 01:06:57,748 --> 01:06:59,114 Wave your arm again, wave your arm again! 1491 01:07:01,485 --> 01:07:04,019 Amy: Turn it off, just turn this shit off. 1492 01:07:04,021 --> 01:07:05,153 Turn it off, mark! 1493 01:07:05,155 --> 01:07:07,155 Mark: It won't stop, it won't stop! 1494 01:07:07,157 --> 01:07:08,223 Amy: Shh, shh, shh. 1495 01:07:10,026 --> 01:07:12,727 Do you hear that? 1496 01:07:12,729 --> 01:07:14,362 I think it's saying something. 1497 01:07:32,549 --> 01:07:35,350 Derek: What the fuck? What's going on? 1498 01:07:35,352 --> 01:07:36,718 Amy: I don't know. It just came-- 1499 01:07:36,720 --> 01:07:38,553 Andrew: What the fuck? Jesus Christ, are you okay? 1500 01:07:38,555 --> 01:07:40,255 Amy: No, I'm not okay. It just flew at me. 1501 01:07:40,257 --> 01:07:43,158 Derek: Mark, are you okay? What going on? 1502 01:07:43,160 --> 01:07:45,193 Mark: We were watching some weird footage and-- 1503 01:07:45,195 --> 01:07:45,193 Derek: You guys are screaming. 1504 01:07:45,195 --> 01:07:48,196 Amy: It just flew at me, just now. It came in the room. 1505 01:07:48,198 --> 01:07:50,331 Derek: Amy, it's okay. 1506 01:07:50,333 --> 01:07:52,167 Amy, Amy, Amy, calm down. 1507 01:07:52,169 --> 01:07:54,469 Okay, mark, what's happening? 1508 01:07:54,471 --> 01:07:56,571 Mark: We were watching some footage from last night, 1509 01:07:56,573 --> 01:07:58,206 but I didn't take it-- Amy: Just show them. 1510 01:07:58,208 --> 01:07:59,240 Derek: You're watching new footage? 1511 01:07:59,242 --> 01:08:00,275 Mark: No it was something else-- 1512 01:08:00,277 --> 01:08:01,743 Amy: Just show them! Please. 1513 01:08:01,745 --> 01:08:03,711 Mark: Okay. Here here here. 1514 01:08:03,713 --> 01:08:05,447 We were watching this interview, 1515 01:08:05,449 --> 01:08:07,849 and then it... 1516 01:08:07,851 --> 01:08:09,217 Derek: What are we watching? 1517 01:08:09,219 --> 01:08:10,752 Mark: It was right here. 1518 01:08:10,754 --> 01:08:12,220 Amy: Where'd it go? 1519 01:08:12,222 --> 01:08:13,188 Mark, where'd it go? 1520 01:08:13,190 --> 01:08:13,755 Mark: I don't know. 1521 01:08:13,757 --> 01:08:13,755 Amy: Just show them! 1522 01:08:13,757 --> 01:08:17,559 Just show them, we just saw the video! 1523 01:08:17,561 --> 01:08:19,127 It cut my arm! 1524 01:08:19,129 --> 01:08:20,462 Andrew: What cut your arm? 1525 01:08:20,464 --> 01:08:22,330 Amy: It just came in here, in the room, and it flew. 1526 01:08:22,332 --> 01:08:24,232 Derek: What came in here in the room, Amy? 1527 01:08:24,234 --> 01:08:26,267 Amy: I don't know, I don't know, it was big, it was black. 1528 01:08:26,269 --> 01:08:28,136 Derek: Amy please, mark, mark? 1529 01:08:28,138 --> 01:08:29,637 Was there anything in the room. 1530 01:08:29,639 --> 01:08:31,272 Mark: No, nothing-- 1531 01:08:31,274 --> 01:08:32,774 Amy: You saw it! You just saw it! 1532 01:08:32,776 --> 01:08:34,109 It was just in here. 1533 01:08:34,111 --> 01:08:34,876 Mark: No. 1534 01:08:34,878 --> 01:08:36,511 Amy: Yes, it just came at me! 1535 01:08:36,513 --> 01:08:39,614 Come on, it's on the camera, just show them, please. 1536 01:08:40,783 --> 01:08:42,750 Derek: Amy, calm down! 1537 01:08:42,752 --> 01:08:45,787 Amy: It just flew-- 1538 01:08:48,691 --> 01:08:49,858 Derek: Turn the camera off. 1539 01:08:49,860 --> 01:08:50,892 Mark: I'm not turning anything off. 1540 01:08:50,894 --> 01:08:52,193 -Turn the fuckin' camera off! 1541 01:08:52,195 --> 01:08:53,128 I'm not talking about that harpie 1542 01:08:53,130 --> 01:08:53,862 with the fuckin' camera on! 1543 01:08:53,864 --> 01:08:54,863 Mark: Don't! 1544 01:08:58,134 --> 01:09:00,201 Don't call her that. 1545 01:09:00,469 --> 01:09:02,237 -Look, I will call her whatever the fuck I want to. 1546 01:09:02,239 --> 01:09:03,838 She's my wife. 1547 01:09:03,840 --> 01:09:05,740 Okay? Mine, not yours, my wife! 1548 01:09:05,742 --> 01:09:08,877 Oh yeah, you think that's fuckin' funny? 1549 01:09:08,879 --> 01:09:10,445 You know what, go home, you're fired. 1550 01:09:10,447 --> 01:09:11,346 -Good. 1551 01:09:11,348 --> 01:09:12,413 -Go home mark! -I am. 1552 01:09:14,450 --> 01:09:17,285 And I'm taking Amy with me. 1553 01:09:17,287 --> 01:09:19,420 -No, she stays. 1554 01:09:19,422 --> 01:09:21,289 She stays, she's got two more days of filming, 1555 01:09:21,291 --> 01:09:23,224 we got weinberg coming tomorrow, she stays! 1556 01:09:23,226 --> 01:09:24,225 -No, she doesn't. 1557 01:09:24,227 --> 01:09:25,760 I'm taking her away. 1558 01:09:29,798 --> 01:09:32,200 -You're the big man? 1559 01:09:32,202 --> 01:09:33,902 You think she needs you to protect her? 1560 01:09:33,904 --> 01:09:35,670 That whore can take care of herself, mark. 1561 01:09:35,672 --> 01:09:37,338 She's got you wrapped around her little finger, 1562 01:09:37,340 --> 01:09:38,406 but let me tell you something, 1563 01:09:38,408 --> 01:09:39,574 she is not who you think she is, 1564 01:09:39,576 --> 01:09:40,942 she's the fuckin' devil! 1565 01:09:40,944 --> 01:09:42,911 -Right, oh yeah, you want that! 1566 01:09:42,913 --> 01:09:45,613 There's my tough guy, huh, you little shit?! 1567 01:09:45,615 --> 01:09:47,582 You like that?! 1568 01:09:47,584 --> 01:09:49,184 -She's fuckin' bat shit, mark. 1569 01:09:49,186 --> 01:09:50,418 You watched the tape, there's nothin' there, 1570 01:09:50,420 --> 01:09:52,287 she's fuckin' crazy! 1571 01:09:52,289 --> 01:09:54,489 -Fuck off. I know what I saw! 1572 01:09:55,925 --> 01:09:55,924 Something really fucked up going on here, 1573 01:09:55,926 --> 01:10:02,263 and I don't know of you're behind it or not or what, but... 1574 01:10:02,265 --> 01:10:03,798 I'm taking Amy away from here before she gets hurt. 1575 01:10:06,335 --> 01:10:08,369 -Oh. 1576 01:10:10,673 --> 01:10:11,973 Alright. 1577 01:10:11,975 --> 01:10:14,275 Look at Mr. finally grew-a-pair. 1578 01:10:15,811 --> 01:10:17,445 Okay. 1579 01:10:17,447 --> 01:10:19,514 Just, ask her. 1580 01:10:19,516 --> 01:10:23,585 Ask her to choose between you and her film career. 1581 01:10:23,587 --> 01:10:24,786 If she wants to go, you can go. 1582 01:10:24,788 --> 01:10:26,387 Good riddance to both of you. 1583 01:10:31,393 --> 01:10:32,560 Wouldn't hold your breath though. 1584 01:10:41,604 --> 01:10:42,971 Please, don't. 1585 01:10:45,541 --> 01:10:46,975 Please. 1586 01:10:46,977 --> 01:10:50,945 I'm gonna record everything, okay, to protect you. 1587 01:10:56,518 --> 01:10:58,486 - You're gonna need a better excuse than that. 1588 01:11:00,723 --> 01:11:02,390 Mark: What? 1589 01:11:06,028 --> 01:11:10,431 -To keep the camera running in the third act, you're gonna... 1590 01:11:10,433 --> 01:11:12,433 We'll have to come up with something. 1591 01:11:17,806 --> 01:11:20,475 Please, just don't point at me like an interview, then. 1592 01:11:45,668 --> 01:11:47,669 -I told Derek we were leaving. 1593 01:11:57,012 --> 01:11:58,846 -I'm gonna stay. 1594 01:11:59,682 --> 01:12:01,349 -Amy. 1595 01:12:01,950 --> 01:12:03,518 Amy-- -i have to. 1596 01:12:04,620 --> 01:12:05,620 -Why? 1597 01:12:07,656 --> 01:12:08,656 -I just do. 1598 01:12:13,028 --> 01:12:14,462 I just have to. 1599 01:12:17,333 --> 01:12:18,866 -Okay. 1600 01:12:22,738 --> 01:12:24,505 Then I'm staying too. 1601 01:12:25,674 --> 01:12:26,808 -No. 1602 01:12:26,810 --> 01:12:28,343 -Yes. 1603 01:12:29,011 --> 01:12:31,979 I'm not leaving you here by yourself, I'm not. 1604 01:12:33,949 --> 01:12:35,516 No, please. 1605 01:12:37,353 --> 01:12:38,720 You have to go. 1606 01:12:42,024 --> 01:12:45,860 Your brother is right, I'm bad news, 1607 01:12:47,463 --> 01:12:48,963 and I don't deserve your help. 1608 01:12:56,138 --> 01:12:57,805 -I'm not going anywhere. 1609 01:13:02,411 --> 01:13:04,545 I'm not. 1610 01:13:06,048 --> 01:13:08,015 I'm not going anywhere. 1611 01:13:44,119 --> 01:13:46,988 Andrew: We got wheels guys, we got wheels. 1612 01:13:47,890 --> 01:13:49,991 -Alright, game face time. 1613 01:13:50,759 --> 01:13:52,627 You got this mark? 1614 01:13:52,629 --> 01:13:53,694 Let's go everybody! 1615 01:13:53,696 --> 01:13:54,996 Scott weinberg, here we go! 1616 01:13:54,998 --> 01:13:56,731 -How you doin'? Scott, good to meet you. 1617 01:13:56,733 --> 01:13:59,000 Andrew: Andrew Reed, nice to meet you. 1618 01:13:59,002 --> 01:14:01,469 -Everybody, the legendary Scott weinberg! 1619 01:14:01,471 --> 01:14:03,704 Here on set! - Scott, and you are? 1620 01:14:03,706 --> 01:14:04,972 -Lily. -Lily, great. 1621 01:14:04,974 --> 01:14:06,073 Really good to meet you. 1622 01:14:06,075 --> 01:14:07,642 -How was the ride in, alright? 1623 01:14:07,644 --> 01:14:10,044 - It was long, it was good-- -bumpy, right? 1624 01:14:10,046 --> 01:14:11,746 -Is this an off day, or...? 1625 01:14:11,748 --> 01:14:13,147 -Heck no, we're just about to get shootin'. 1626 01:14:13,149 --> 01:14:15,983 We've got everything set up in there. 1627 01:14:15,985 --> 01:14:18,653 -So, this is your crew? 1628 01:14:19,455 --> 01:14:20,721 -Yeah, this is my crew. -Oh okay. 1629 01:14:20,723 --> 01:14:23,157 -You think this is high-budget Hollywood 1630 01:14:23,159 --> 01:14:25,693 in terms of how decrepit, and dusty-- 1631 01:14:25,695 --> 01:14:27,061 -did you add the cobwebs? 1632 01:14:27,063 --> 01:14:29,997 Or did they come with this? 1633 01:14:29,999 --> 01:14:32,867 -A little of column a, a little of column b. 1634 01:14:32,869 --> 01:14:34,969 -Four people making a feature film? 1635 01:14:34,971 --> 01:14:37,605 -We had a little bit of a bigger crew originally, 1636 01:14:37,607 --> 01:14:38,940 but things, I just i think we just decided 1637 01:14:38,942 --> 01:14:40,608 to thin it out a bit. 1638 01:14:40,610 --> 01:14:42,944 -You decided you didn't need props, set, design, makeup-- 1639 01:14:42,946 --> 01:14:46,180 -well, I mean, look at what we got. This is... 1640 01:14:46,182 --> 01:14:47,615 - Yeah, you can't fake this. 1641 01:14:47,617 --> 01:14:48,816 Andrew: This is the real deal. 1642 01:14:48,818 --> 01:14:50,051 -Would you like to see some of what 1643 01:14:50,053 --> 01:14:51,219 we've been working on actually? 1644 01:14:51,221 --> 01:14:53,654 -Okay. 1645 01:14:53,656 --> 01:14:54,889 -I think then you'll get a better sense 1646 01:14:54,891 --> 01:15:01,128 of what we're trying to do here. 1647 01:15:01,130 --> 01:15:02,730 Derek: You out here? 1648 01:15:04,533 --> 01:15:05,833 Amy? 1649 01:15:06,835 --> 01:15:08,169 Amy. 1650 01:15:10,772 --> 01:15:13,508 Christ! 1651 01:15:14,276 --> 01:15:16,777 -Hmm, let's do those interviews why don't we. 1652 01:15:16,779 --> 01:15:18,813 -Great, great, yes, perfect. 1653 01:15:18,815 --> 01:15:20,047 -I'm so glad you came out, thank you. 1654 01:15:20,049 --> 01:15:22,183 -Yeah, thank you for inviting me. 1655 01:15:22,185 --> 01:15:24,051 What's with the eye? 1656 01:15:24,053 --> 01:15:25,920 -What happened? -It's makeup. 1657 01:15:25,922 --> 01:15:27,021 -Really! -Mmm-hmm. 1658 01:15:27,023 --> 01:15:30,024 -That is impressive, and that too? 1659 01:15:30,026 --> 01:15:30,024 -Of course. 1660 01:15:30,026 --> 01:15:32,960 -Why don't you tell me what you're shooting tonight 1661 01:15:32,962 --> 01:15:36,163 because I'm excited to see you on set. 1662 01:15:36,165 --> 01:15:40,935 -Mmm-hmm, well, this is kind of the peak of drama, 1663 01:15:41,770 --> 01:15:41,769 I don't wanna give away the plot, 1664 01:15:41,771 --> 01:15:46,073 but you know, the marriage between Derek and Amy 1665 01:15:46,075 --> 01:15:48,209 is sort of crumbling and falling apart, 1666 01:15:48,211 --> 01:15:50,745 and this is a moment of recompense. 1667 01:15:50,747 --> 01:15:53,247 -See, that's amazing that you guys can pull that off 1668 01:15:53,249 --> 01:15:55,917 because you're clearly crazy in love, you know. 1669 01:15:57,019 --> 01:16:01,188 It comes across if you can play that you hate each other, 1670 01:16:01,190 --> 01:16:04,725 that's good acting. -Yes. 1671 01:16:05,561 --> 01:16:06,894 -Yeah, I think that works better than an argument, 1672 01:16:06,896 --> 01:16:08,863 we see the scene, and then i turn into the demon, 1673 01:16:08,865 --> 01:16:10,097 and I kill you. 1674 01:16:10,099 --> 01:16:12,099 -That's just a bit of an abrupt ending, no? 1675 01:16:12,101 --> 01:16:15,603 -Well, it's the nature of the genre. 1676 01:16:15,605 --> 01:16:17,071 -I understand that, but it's just so-- 1677 01:16:17,073 --> 01:16:19,707 -wait a minute, why does my character have to die at all? 1678 01:16:19,709 --> 01:16:21,943 -No, of course you die, that's silly. 1679 01:16:21,945 --> 01:16:23,277 -Why? Why can't I escape? 1680 01:16:23,279 --> 01:16:25,079 -Well, because that's what makes it "found footage". 1681 01:16:25,081 --> 01:16:27,114 -It's the one hard and fast rule of found footage 1682 01:16:27,116 --> 01:16:28,282 is that everybody dies. 1683 01:16:28,284 --> 01:16:30,785 Otherwise Derek, it's just... footage. 1684 01:16:30,787 --> 01:16:32,787 -Yeah, no, I'm not sure because I think 1685 01:16:32,789 --> 01:16:34,956 it might be more original if I got away. 1686 01:16:34,958 --> 01:16:35,990 -Look, everybody dies-- 1687 01:16:35,992 --> 01:16:37,625 -I'm all for originality, 1688 01:16:37,627 --> 01:16:39,794 but that doesn't make sense, you both die, 1689 01:16:39,796 --> 01:16:41,095 so she's right. 1690 01:16:42,264 --> 01:16:43,731 Okay, if we just change a few things-- 1691 01:16:43,733 --> 01:16:45,333 -what we could do is---i need to live. 1692 01:16:48,036 --> 01:16:50,871 -Okay, whatever, that's good, 1693 01:16:50,873 --> 01:16:52,907 just figure it out by tonight because 1694 01:16:52,909 --> 01:16:54,842 we're running out of script by tomorrow, so. 1695 01:17:00,816 --> 01:17:01,983 I knew it man. 1696 01:17:01,985 --> 01:17:01,983 I knew this was gonna happen, 1697 01:17:01,985 --> 01:17:01,983 I knew it was gonna fuckin' happen, 1698 01:17:01,985 --> 01:17:05,686 and I didn't listen and here I am, 1699 01:17:05,688 --> 01:17:07,688 and I'm sorry, I know it's your brother, 1700 01:17:07,690 --> 01:17:11,158 but what fuckin' year does he think it is, 2005? 1701 01:17:11,160 --> 01:17:14,161 I mean, fuck, this genre has had two halfway decent films, 1702 01:17:14,163 --> 01:17:15,796 two halfway decent films, 1703 01:17:15,798 --> 01:17:17,865 one of which was 15 fuckin' years ago. 1704 01:17:17,867 --> 01:17:19,934 And every other found footage film since then 1705 01:17:19,936 --> 01:17:22,370 has been complete bullshit. 1706 01:17:22,372 --> 01:17:23,871 I mean, why people waste their fuckin' money 1707 01:17:23,873 --> 01:17:25,740 on this vomit-inducing amateur-hour bullshit 1708 01:17:25,742 --> 01:17:27,842 is fuckin' beyond me, and yet, 1709 01:17:27,844 --> 01:17:30,745 here I am trying to make something halfway decent, 1710 01:17:30,747 --> 01:17:32,980 a halfway decent found footage horror film 1711 01:17:32,982 --> 01:17:34,315 that's different than every other asshole 1712 01:17:34,317 --> 01:17:35,783 who's got a fuckin' iPhone, 1713 01:17:35,785 --> 01:17:37,418 and every fuckin' step of the way, 1714 01:17:37,420 --> 01:17:41,689 your fuckin' brother cock blocks me! Fuck! 1715 01:17:42,157 --> 01:17:43,824 Fuck, fuck, fuck. 1716 01:17:44,860 --> 01:17:46,227 Please delete that. 1717 01:17:46,229 --> 01:17:48,295 Mark: Umm, I... 1718 01:17:49,097 --> 01:17:50,965 -No, fuck it, I don't care. 1719 01:17:59,041 --> 01:18:01,175 -Alright, so this is it. 1720 01:18:02,310 --> 01:18:04,845 We are about to shoot the climax of the movie, 1721 01:18:04,847 --> 01:18:07,381 and if you look carefully over there, 1722 01:18:07,383 --> 01:18:12,687 you will see, boom, hey, Scott weinberg from fearnet, 1723 01:18:13,188 --> 01:18:15,156 who's joining us on the set here today. 1724 01:18:15,158 --> 01:18:17,458 I should warn you that he has been sworn to secrecy 1725 01:18:17,460 --> 01:18:18,993 about what he sees here today. 1726 01:18:18,995 --> 01:18:20,361 We told him that if he spills the beans, 1727 01:18:20,363 --> 01:18:23,030 the spectre will tear his face off. 1728 01:18:23,032 --> 01:18:26,233 So, if you want to find out how it ends, 1729 01:18:26,235 --> 01:18:28,369 you'll have to come see it in theatres. 1730 01:18:28,371 --> 01:18:29,804 We'll see you there. 1731 01:18:29,806 --> 01:18:33,340 I am Derek James signing off. 1732 01:18:36,311 --> 01:18:37,812 Let's shoot. 1733 01:18:37,814 --> 01:18:39,213 -Alright, scene 50, take two. 1734 01:18:59,067 --> 01:19:00,935 -I'm sorry. 1735 01:19:11,780 --> 01:19:13,180 Derek: I am too. 1736 01:19:27,095 --> 01:19:29,463 -I just, umm... 1737 01:19:32,801 --> 01:19:34,135 I don't know, I thought coming out here 1738 01:19:35,370 --> 01:19:39,173 would fix us, somehow. 1739 01:19:41,476 --> 01:19:44,111 It's just been really hard. 1740 01:19:44,113 --> 01:19:45,379 Derek: I know. 1741 01:19:46,848 --> 01:19:48,816 I thought so too. 1742 01:19:50,152 --> 01:19:56,257 And I didn't realize how hard this was gonna be. 1743 01:20:03,064 --> 01:20:04,265 -I've missed you. 1744 01:20:08,270 --> 01:20:09,503 I love you. 1745 01:20:16,311 --> 01:20:17,912 Derek: I love you too. 1746 01:20:37,098 --> 01:20:38,465 Amy: Why don't you turn the camera off, 1747 01:20:38,467 --> 01:20:39,900 and come to bed. 1748 01:20:42,204 --> 01:20:44,138 Derek: Okay. 1749 01:20:57,987 --> 01:20:59,086 Andrew: The fuck? 1750 01:20:59,088 --> 01:21:01,355 Mark: Amy, no!! 1751 01:21:01,357 --> 01:21:05,259 Derek! Derek! No! 1752 01:21:24,079 --> 01:21:24,912 Andrew: You okay, Lily? 1753 01:21:24,914 --> 01:21:27,181 -Yeah, I'm okay. 1754 01:21:27,183 --> 01:21:27,181 Andrew: What the fuck was that? 1755 01:21:27,183 --> 01:21:31,352 Mark: Mark, mark, oh my god your feet! 1756 01:21:31,354 --> 01:21:33,420 Andrew: Oh fuck, oh fuck. 1757 01:21:34,389 --> 01:21:35,956 Weinberg: What the--? 1758 01:21:36,625 --> 01:21:38,459 -So, is this a joke? 1759 01:21:38,461 --> 01:21:40,127 Andrew: What? 1760 01:21:40,129 --> 01:21:43,130 -You guys are trying to get me into the film because-- 1761 01:21:44,667 --> 01:21:45,633 Andrew: Ahh! Fuck! 1762 01:21:45,635 --> 01:21:46,934 Oh shit! 1763 01:21:46,936 --> 01:21:48,035 Scott? 1764 01:21:48,037 --> 01:21:50,137 Jesus Christ, oh my god, Scott? 1765 01:21:50,139 --> 01:21:52,239 Scott? 1766 01:21:55,944 --> 01:21:56,911 Lily: Mark! 1767 01:22:27,944 --> 01:22:29,376 Mark: Ah, fuck! 1768 01:22:37,186 --> 01:22:38,619 Mark: Ahh! 1769 01:22:38,621 --> 01:22:40,454 Mark: Lily? Lily: Mark, mark, mark. 1770 01:22:40,456 --> 01:22:42,122 Mark: It's okay, it's okay, it's just me, it's okay. 1771 01:22:42,124 --> 01:22:45,392 Lily: What the hell is happening? 1772 01:22:45,394 --> 01:22:47,728 What are we gonna do? 1773 01:22:47,730 --> 01:22:49,163 Mark: I don't know. 1774 01:22:49,165 --> 01:22:51,031 Lily: She killed him, mark. She killed him. 1775 01:22:51,033 --> 01:22:52,299 Oh my god. 1776 01:22:55,370 --> 01:22:57,171 What are you doing? 1777 01:22:57,173 --> 01:22:59,039 Mark: I'm cranking up the iso so I can see better. 1778 01:22:59,041 --> 01:23:00,541 -Why do you still have the stupid thing? 1779 01:23:00,543 --> 01:23:01,976 Just put it down! 1780 01:23:01,978 --> 01:23:04,311 Mark: I think it's the only way you can see it. 1781 01:23:06,514 --> 01:23:08,649 -What are you talking about, see what? 1782 01:23:08,651 --> 01:23:10,417 Mark: Did you see what happened to Andrew? 1783 01:23:13,388 --> 01:23:14,722 -His chest exploded. 1784 01:23:14,724 --> 01:23:17,291 Mark: Yeah, but you didn't see the smoke? 1785 01:23:17,293 --> 01:23:19,994 The demon? The specter? Whatever it is. 1786 01:23:19,996 --> 01:23:22,229 -What the hell are you talking about? 1787 01:23:22,231 --> 01:23:24,698 Mark: It was there, i could see it on the camera, 1788 01:23:24,700 --> 01:23:26,266 but when it came out of the cabin, 1789 01:23:26,268 --> 01:23:29,636 I couldn't see it with my eyes. 1790 01:23:29,638 --> 01:23:31,105 -What? 1791 01:23:31,107 --> 01:23:33,474 Mark: And last night, Amy could see it too, 1792 01:23:33,476 --> 01:23:36,343 but I couldn't because she was looking through the camera. 1793 01:23:36,345 --> 01:23:38,012 -Jesus, are you sure? 1794 01:23:38,014 --> 01:23:40,214 Mark: I think it's making us film it. 1795 01:23:40,216 --> 01:23:42,316 I think it wants us to keep the camera rolling. 1796 01:23:42,318 --> 01:23:45,386 -Are you saying that this thing is alive or something? 1797 01:23:45,388 --> 01:23:46,487 Oh my god. 1798 01:23:46,489 --> 01:23:47,621 Mark: Shh, Lily. 1799 01:23:47,623 --> 01:23:47,621 -Just turn the light on! 1800 01:23:47,623 --> 01:23:51,158 Mark: No, I can't, it'll draw it right to us. 1801 01:23:51,160 --> 01:23:52,626 Lily: Then what are we gonna do? 1802 01:23:52,628 --> 01:23:54,528 Mark: I don't know. 1803 01:23:54,530 --> 01:23:57,297 I think we need to try and make it to the Van. 1804 01:23:57,299 --> 01:23:59,533 -No, no, no, no, no, I'm not going back there. 1805 01:23:59,535 --> 01:24:01,635 Mark: Lily, we have to. These woods go for miles. 1806 01:24:01,637 --> 01:24:03,337 -I don't care, i can't go back there. 1807 01:24:04,773 --> 01:24:07,808 Mark: Okay, okay, stay here, you stay here, 1808 01:24:07,810 --> 01:24:10,778 I'll go to the Van, and I'll come back for you. 1809 01:24:10,780 --> 01:24:11,812 Lily: No, mark, wait! 1810 01:24:11,814 --> 01:24:11,812 Mark: I'll come back. 1811 01:24:11,814 --> 01:24:14,648 Lily: Okay, okay, okay, mark, I'm coming. 1812 01:24:16,519 --> 01:24:18,185 Mark: Lily? Lily, what happened, are you okay? 1813 01:24:18,187 --> 01:24:19,253 Lily: Mark, turn on the light. 1814 01:24:19,255 --> 01:24:19,253 Mark: Shh. 1815 01:24:19,255 --> 01:24:22,322 Lily: Mark, turn on the light, please! 1816 01:24:22,324 --> 01:24:24,124 Turn on the light mark! 1817 01:24:24,693 --> 01:24:26,560 Mark: Oh god! 1818 01:24:27,695 --> 01:24:29,196 Lily, be quiet. 1819 01:24:29,198 --> 01:24:30,264 -Mark! Mark, it's Carl! 1820 01:24:30,266 --> 01:24:31,698 Mark: Lily please, shh. 1821 01:25:18,313 --> 01:25:19,513 Amy: Help. 1822 01:25:21,116 --> 01:25:22,316 Somebody. 1823 01:25:22,750 --> 01:25:23,851 Please help me. 1824 01:25:24,486 --> 01:25:25,419 Mark: Amy? 1825 01:25:34,462 --> 01:25:35,696 Amy! 1826 01:25:41,237 --> 01:25:44,738 Amy: Mark? Andrew? Is that you? 1827 01:25:46,441 --> 01:25:47,474 Mark: Amy! 1828 01:25:48,743 --> 01:25:51,712 Amy: Hello, oh! I can hear someone honking. 1829 01:25:54,415 --> 01:25:57,484 Please, you have to come find me. 1830 01:25:59,687 --> 01:26:03,257 I'm in the woods somewhere, I don't know. 1831 01:26:14,435 --> 01:26:15,802 The camera, I have the other camera. 1832 01:26:18,206 --> 01:26:21,675 Oh, go back inside, find the other wireless mic. 1833 01:26:23,211 --> 01:26:27,714 I think I'll be able to hear you through the camera. 1834 01:26:27,716 --> 01:26:30,384 Please, please, honk twice if you can hear me. 1835 01:26:30,386 --> 01:26:32,653 Oh, thank god. 1836 01:26:44,299 --> 01:26:45,299 Okay, I'm turning on the camera. 1837 01:26:49,671 --> 01:26:51,672 I don't know what happened. 1838 01:26:53,608 --> 01:26:57,311 The last thing i remember was that thing 1839 01:26:58,213 --> 01:27:00,847 just coming at me in the room, 1840 01:27:02,917 --> 01:27:07,988 and then I just, I woke up, I'm in the woods, 1841 01:27:08,823 --> 01:27:11,925 and I'm just covered in blood. 1842 01:27:16,564 --> 01:27:17,698 Mark: Where the fuck? 1843 01:27:31,779 --> 01:27:35,449 Amy: I think i know where I am! 1844 01:27:35,451 --> 01:27:36,883 I think I'm by the lake. 1845 01:27:36,885 --> 01:27:38,652 I'm gonna try to get back to the cabin. 1846 01:27:43,625 --> 01:27:45,292 Mark: Fuck, where is it!? 1847 01:27:45,294 --> 01:27:46,460 Where is it? 1848 01:27:48,696 --> 01:27:50,831 Oh shit. 1849 01:27:52,767 --> 01:27:56,436 Derek. 1850 01:28:26,601 --> 01:28:30,404 No, no. 1851 01:28:54,062 --> 01:28:55,595 Okay. 1852 01:28:56,798 --> 01:28:57,864 Here we go. 1853 01:28:58,800 --> 01:28:59,800 Okay. 1854 01:29:00,835 --> 01:29:05,539 Come on, come on, work, fuck. 1855 01:29:06,774 --> 01:29:10,410 Amy: Oh god, mark, I'm lost again. 1856 01:29:10,845 --> 01:29:12,913 I don't know where I am. 1857 01:29:12,915 --> 01:29:14,548 God, where am I? 1858 01:29:24,792 --> 01:29:26,126 Mark: Scott? 1859 01:29:29,797 --> 01:29:31,365 Scott? 1860 01:29:32,834 --> 01:29:34,501 Scott? 1861 01:29:39,908 --> 01:29:41,842 Amy: Oh, oh, i see the house!! 1862 01:29:41,844 --> 01:29:43,009 I see the house! 1863 01:30:00,428 --> 01:30:02,062 Amy: Okay, okay. 1864 01:30:06,934 --> 01:30:08,769 Mark: Amy? 1865 01:30:08,771 --> 01:30:10,470 Amy, can you hear me? 1866 01:30:10,472 --> 01:30:11,805 Amy: Mark? 1867 01:30:11,807 --> 01:30:12,906 Mark: Amy? 1868 01:30:14,976 --> 01:30:16,510 Amy. 1869 01:30:16,512 --> 01:30:18,445 Amy: Mark, is that you? 1870 01:30:18,447 --> 01:30:19,513 Mark: Yeah. 1871 01:30:19,515 --> 01:30:21,415 Amy: Oh my god, mark! 1872 01:30:21,417 --> 01:30:23,450 I can hear you, oh my god. 1873 01:30:23,452 --> 01:30:24,885 Mark: Are you okay? 1874 01:30:24,887 --> 01:30:26,586 Amy: Oh, I don't know, I don't know. 1875 01:30:26,588 --> 01:30:28,989 I am so scared. 1876 01:30:28,991 --> 01:30:30,791 Mark: It's okay, it's okay, everything's gonna be okay. 1877 01:30:30,793 --> 01:30:32,859 Amy: What the hell is going on? 1878 01:30:32,861 --> 01:30:36,897 Mark: Let's just find each other, okay? 1879 01:30:36,899 --> 01:30:38,598 Amy: Okay, okay. 1880 01:30:38,600 --> 01:30:39,866 Mark: Where are you? 1881 01:30:39,868 --> 01:30:41,468 Amy: I don't know. 1882 01:30:41,470 --> 01:30:44,471 I think I'm in front of the house, somewhere. 1883 01:30:44,473 --> 01:30:45,472 Mark: Okay, good. 1884 01:30:45,474 --> 01:30:45,472 Amy: I just saw lights. 1885 01:30:45,474 --> 01:30:47,474 Mark: Meet me at the Van, okay? 1886 01:30:47,476 --> 01:30:48,608 Amy: Okay. 1887 01:31:03,157 --> 01:31:04,524 Mark: Where are you? 1888 01:31:04,526 --> 01:31:05,592 I don't see you. 1889 01:31:05,594 --> 01:31:07,661 Amy: I'm at the edge of the woods. 1890 01:31:07,663 --> 01:31:08,995 Straight ahead. 1891 01:31:08,997 --> 01:31:09,896 Mark: Where? 1892 01:31:09,898 --> 01:31:11,665 Amy: I can see you. 1893 01:31:11,667 --> 01:31:13,500 I see your camera light. 1894 01:31:13,502 --> 01:31:14,201 Can you see me now? 1895 01:31:14,203 --> 01:31:15,001 Mark: Is that you? 1896 01:31:15,003 --> 01:31:15,969 Amy: Yeah. 1897 01:31:15,971 --> 01:31:17,537 Yes. 1898 01:31:17,539 --> 01:31:19,039 It's me, I'm here. 1899 01:31:19,041 --> 01:31:21,107 Mark: Okay, stay there, I'm gonna come get you. 1900 01:31:30,885 --> 01:31:31,952 Alright. 1901 01:31:40,161 --> 01:31:42,162 Oh, no, no, no, no, no, Amy! 1902 01:31:42,164 --> 01:31:44,164 Amy!! No!! 1903 01:31:47,168 --> 01:31:49,536 Amy, no, no. 1904 01:31:54,141 --> 01:31:55,275 Come on, get up, we gotta go. 1905 01:31:55,277 --> 01:31:57,244 Come on. 1906 01:32:08,556 --> 01:32:11,992 Okay, okay. 1907 01:32:11,994 --> 01:32:13,693 Get up, get up, get inside. 1908 01:32:28,576 --> 01:32:29,776 Alright, let's go. 1909 01:32:38,586 --> 01:32:40,587 You're gonna be okay, everything's gonna be okay. 1910 01:32:40,589 --> 01:32:42,722 Okay? Okay? 1911 01:32:44,992 --> 01:32:48,295 Okay, okay, okay. 1912 01:32:49,263 --> 01:32:51,698 Amy? 1913 01:32:52,833 --> 01:32:53,867 Don't do that. 1914 01:32:55,002 --> 01:32:56,770 Amy, please, please don't. 1915 01:32:56,772 --> 01:32:58,004 Please don't, Amy! 1916 01:32:58,006 --> 01:32:59,906 Amy, no, no. 1917 01:33:04,612 --> 01:33:05,345 Amy? 1918 01:33:30,972 --> 01:33:32,639 Oh no. 1919 01:33:33,908 --> 01:33:35,675 No, no, no, no, no. 1920 01:33:37,379 --> 01:33:40,246 God dammit, no, no, no. 1921 01:33:40,881 --> 01:33:42,616 No, no, no, no! 1922 01:33:44,752 --> 01:33:45,919 Amy: Mark. 1923 01:33:52,127 --> 01:33:53,727 Mark. 1924 01:33:55,696 --> 01:33:58,865 -Oh my god, Amy, are you okay? 1925 01:34:00,935 --> 01:34:03,236 Amy: I don't think so. 1926 01:34:03,238 --> 01:34:04,371 -I can't get the car started again, 1927 01:34:04,373 --> 01:34:05,872 I don't know what to do. 1928 01:34:05,874 --> 01:34:08,074 Amy: It doesn't matter. 1929 01:34:08,076 --> 01:34:09,309 -What do you mean? 1930 01:34:12,179 --> 01:34:13,913 Amy: It doesn't matter anymore. 1931 01:34:16,050 --> 01:34:18,685 I need you to do something. 1932 01:34:18,687 --> 01:34:20,020 -No, I have to get you out of here, 1933 01:34:20,022 --> 01:34:22,222 I have to get you help. 1934 01:34:22,224 --> 01:34:23,189 Amy: Get the camera. 1935 01:34:25,059 --> 01:34:26,393 -What? 1936 01:34:26,395 --> 01:34:28,828 Amy: Get the camera. 1937 01:34:28,830 --> 01:34:29,863 -Amy. 1938 01:34:29,865 --> 01:34:30,964 Amy: Do it. 1939 01:34:32,400 --> 01:34:33,667 Point it at me. 1940 01:34:45,112 --> 01:34:46,713 How do I look? 1941 01:34:50,117 --> 01:34:51,751 -You look beautiful. 1942 01:34:57,758 --> 01:34:59,726 -I'm sorry. 1943 01:35:00,261 --> 01:35:03,396 -It's not your fault. It's not your fault. 1944 01:35:07,268 --> 01:35:08,968 -I wanted him dead. 1945 01:35:10,004 --> 01:35:11,337 -I know. 1946 01:35:12,873 --> 01:35:14,407 He deserved it. 1947 01:35:15,342 --> 01:35:17,043 For everything he put you through. 1948 01:35:18,879 --> 01:35:20,346 -And you... 1949 01:35:27,455 --> 01:35:29,389 Thank you. 1950 01:35:30,424 --> 01:35:32,158 -For what? 1951 01:35:33,294 --> 01:35:34,961 -For coming back for me. 1952 01:35:37,498 --> 01:35:39,032 -Of course I came back for you. 1953 01:35:42,169 --> 01:35:43,770 Of course I came back. 1954 01:35:46,107 --> 01:35:48,208 -I wish you hadn't. 1955 01:35:48,210 --> 01:35:49,476 -Why? 1956 01:35:51,445 --> 01:35:54,914 -I hoped you would remember the rule. 1957 01:35:55,983 --> 01:35:57,917 -What? 1958 01:36:01,756 --> 01:36:05,158 -The one rule of found footage movies. 1959 01:36:10,798 --> 01:36:12,432 -I'm sorry. 1960 01:36:13,968 --> 01:36:15,769 I'm so sorry.