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(WHIMPERING)
(ROARING)
(PANTING)
(SUSPENSEFUL
INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC)
(RADIO CRACKLING)
WOMAN OVER RADIO: 34-1,
this is 34, come in.
(INDISTINCT VOICES OVER RADIO)
TELEPHONE OPERATOR: We’re
sorry, the number you have
reached is not in service.
Please check the number
or try your call again.
Emilie, honey?
Emilie…
(INDISTINCT VOICES OVER RADIO)
Where are we?
Um… Somewhere
off Mills Road.
What’s happening?
I don’t know.
MAN ON RADIO: This is an
emergency broadcast issued
from Montgomery County.
Please stand by.
Oh, Jesus.
You’re hurt.
Emilie, you’re hurt.
I’m fine.
(INDISTINCT VOICES OVER RADIO)
Okay, um…
Tell me what to do.
All right?
How do I fix you?
You can’t.
I love you, Jim.
No, no, no,
no, no.
Okay, we’re gonna
fix you, all right?
I’m gonna get
you to a hospital
and everything’s
gonna be fine.
So just…
Emilie, hold on.
Emilie?
Emilie, wake up!
Wait. Wait.
Don’t go. Hey,
please don’t go.
Please don’t go
away from me.
(EERIE INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC)
Hello?
(PANTING HEAVILY)
(TELEVISION STATIC)
REPORTER:
…trying our… (FADES)
…Montgomery County.
We’re reporting to
you live with news regarding
the recent events
currently taking place
in Montgomery County
where an explosion
has happened.
We’re trying our best to bring
you new information
but we really don’t know
what is going on.
Earlier this morning
at approximately 7:30,
reports came in that
there was an explosion
on the outskirts
of Montgomery County.
Now, we don’t know if this
was an act of terrorism
or merely an accident.
It’s too early
to say at this point
but, to hopefully fill us
in on what is going on,
we’ll go live to one of
our analysts who is reporting
to us via satellite phone
from just outside
Montgomery County.
Bill, are you there?
BILL ON TV: Uh, yes, Amy.
Thank you. Uh, we don’t
know much as of right now.
All that we can tell you
is that the military
isn’t letting

anybody in or out
of the county.
It’s actually quite
frightening down here because
there are military officials
and helicopters literally
coming from every direction,
uh, just appearing
out of nowhere,
and they’re not telling us
what’s going on.
Cell phone communication
seems to be down and
land line phones only seem
to be working within
the county.
This is believed to be
a part of the military’s
procedure

in quarantining this town.
AMY: Now we’ve been
hearing that there
is smoke visible.
Can you fill us
in on that?
BILL: Uh, yes.
I’m standing just
to the outside
of the western border
of Montgomery County,
and when I look towards
the east, I see a massive
cloud of smoke coming
from the ground.
Now, I can only guess that
that is what is causing
this panic.
I’ve noticed that the
military is wearing gas masks,
and are actually advising
us reporters to leave
the area.
And, uh, quite frankly,
I still don’t know
what is going on.
I’m trying to get… Hold on
one second, Amy.
(RECEPTION CRACKLING)
There’s something happening.
There’s a man
walking towards us.
Bill, are you there?
BILL: Uh, there’s a man
walking towards us right now
that doesn’t look like he…
Oh, my God!
What’s he doing? Jesus Christ!

(SCREAMING)
(GUNSHOTS)
(SCREAMING)
BILL: Oh, my God!
They just shot
a guy that was trying
to cross the border!
Oh, my God! What is going on?
What are you doing?
(TV RECEPTION FAILS)
AMY: Bill?
Bill, talk to us, please.
Can somebody tell me
what’s going on?
(BIRDS CHIRPING)
(PLANE FLIES OVERHEAD)
(DISTANT GUNFIRE)
REPORTER ON TV: And now we’re
hearing reports that there
are a mass number
of military aircraft taking
off from Clark County Airport,
uh, which is
the bordering county to
Montgomery County.

I’m standing just south
of the airport’s main runway
and I am…
(STATIC)
…taking off around me.
Uh, they’ve started to take
off and I’m starting to see
helicopters in every direction
as they rise to the skies
around me.

Uh, something…
Some are beginning to now
appear off in the distance,
and, I would guess there to
be at least 60 or so aircraft,
uh, airborne at this time.

There are so many that
I can’t even count them all.
It truly is a fascinating…
(JIM MUTES TV)
(HELICOPTER WHIRRING)
(PANTING)
(PLANES ZOOMING OVERHEAD)
Hey!
(RUMBLING)
(KEYS CLANGING)
(DISTANT GUNSHOTS FIRING)
(PANTS)
(THUNDER RUMBLING)
(THUMPING)
(THUMPING CONTINUES)
(THUNDER CRACKS)
(THUMPING CONTINUES)
(TENSE INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC)
(CLANGING)
(METALLIC CRASHING)
(LOUD THUMP)
(LAMP CLATTERING)
Hello?
Is somebody down there?
(CLANKING)
I know somebody’s in there!
I have a gun and
I’m not afraid to use it
so come out right now!
This is your
last chance!
Come out
right now!
(SIGHS)
(MEOWING)
(SIGHS)
(SUSPENSEFUL
INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC)
(GROWLING)
(GASPING)
(GROWLING)
(PANTING)
(GROWLING)
(SNORTING)
(ROARING)
(GROANING)
(BREATHING HEAVILY)
(GROWLING)
(CREAKING)
(GRUNTS)
(ROARING)
(PANTING)
(GASPS)
(GROWLS)
(PANTS)
(GROWLS)
(ROARS)
(COCKS GUN)
(GUN FIRES)
(GUN FIRES)
(BULLET RICOCHETING)
(WHISPERING) Please.
(GROWLING)
(GUN FIRES)
(THUD)
(PANTING)
(TELEPHONE RINGING)
Hello?
MAN ON PHONE: Are you
the person in the barn?
Who is this?
Oh, thank God.
I’ve tried every number
in the book to get
ahold of somebody.
We heard gunshots.
Are you okay?
How do you know where I am?
Your lights.
We’re just down the
hill from you.
We’re in the
warehouse just to the north.
Hey, Julie,
flip the lights.
Do you see us?
Yeah.
I can’t believe this.
How many are
in your group?
Just me.
You?
There’s three of us.
We’ve been holding up
pretty good down here.
You’re the first person we’ve
been able to contact since
this whole thing started.
We have plenty of food
and water. Should last us
at least a week or so.
How are you
holding up?
Not good.
Well, you’re
more than welcome
to join us if you want.
Think you’re
up for the hike?
(THUNDER RUMBLING)
(CRICKETS CHIRPING)
(DISTANT GUNFIRE)
(PLANES FLYING OVERHEAD)
(GRUNTS)
(PANTING)
(DOOR CREAKING OPEN)
(PANTING)
I think we’re in luck.
I don’t think they saw you.
I’m Scott.
We talked on the phone.
You got a name, or should
I just call you “guy I talked
to on the phone”?
Jim.
Well, nice
to meet you, Jim.
Nice to meet
you, too.
Well,
how about a grand tour?
So what
do you think?
Nice, huh?
(CROWS CAWING)
It’s big.
Scott?
Oh, yeah, Jim.
This is my wife Julie.
It is so nice to meet you.
Would you care for
something to drink?
Uh, water would be great.
Sure thing.
(DOOR OPENS)
Well, Jim, come make
yourself at home.
As you can see here,
we got plenty of
square footage to go around.
All the exits are, uh,
securely locked
from the inside so
the only way to get
in and out is with a key.
Got no windows so
we can keep the lights on
as long as we want.
We got power running from
a generator right over there.
Just gotta
fill it up
from time to time.
Wow.
This is great.
Yeah, we were lucky.
My neighbor
actually owns the place.
Frankly, it was the only place
I could think to go to.
What’s upstairs?
SCOTT: Mainly offices.
We keep most of our
supplies up here though.
In case one of those things
gets in, we can
retreat up here
and barricade ourselves in.
Actually the only way
up here is through that door
down there.
Think of it as a last line
of defense.
Who’s that?
Oh, that’s Ix.
She’s not the easiest
to talk to.
What happened to her?
We don’t know exactly.
When Julie and I were
headed here,
we found her hunkered
down in a storm drain
on the side of the road.
At first, we thought
she was one of them,
but then she spoke.
Asked her if she wanted
to join us, so,
that’s why she’s here.
She’ll warm up
to you eventually.
Just give her some time.
Scott?
Yeah!
Ask Jim if he’s hungry.
I feel so rude for not
offering any food.
All right, honey.
You hungry?
Sorry.
It’s okay.
We have plenty
to go around.
Don’t worry about it.
Julie cleaned your shirt
for you. Think she did the
best she could here.
Thanks. (SNIFFS)
Well, I hope this cot is
comfortable enough for you.
And, uh, sorry if
the sheets smell
like crap but, uh,
it’s pretty much all
we can find around here.
It’s great.
You know, just think
of it like summer camp,
except, can’t really
go outside and play.
(BOTH CHUCKLING)
Get some sleep.
We’ll talk tomorrow.
Yeah.
(SNIFFS)
Hi.
(ALARM RINGS)
DJ ON RADIO: Yeah, yeah,
I do remember that actually,
but, uh, we’re actually
uh, just hit 6:30
and we have some, uh,
great music playing today.
And if you stay tuned
for later, we’re gonna
have our late-day drawing…
(EXHALES)
(WATER RUNNING)
(BIRDS CHIRPING)
(RUMBLING)
You look handsome.
(CHUCKLES)
What’re you doing up?
I have something for you
and it couldn’t wait.
Oh, is it that time
of year, already?
I thought we said
we were gonna save
our money for the move.
It’s not expensive.
Please?
Okay, but hurry.
I’m gonna be late.
What is it?
Just wait.
Oh, my God.
Where’d you find this?
I stopped in at John’s store
to say hi and
saw it sitting
on the top shelf.
Knew you had to have it.
It’s just exactly like
the one I had as a kid.
I knew you’d love it.
And don’t worry if
you didn’t get me anything.
Not a big deal. It was just
something
to brighten your day.
I did get you something.
(LAUGHS)
You didn’t forget?
Two years is hard
to forget, Em.
Okay, where is it?
Tonight.
No, come on.
Please?
What? You just… You wanna
know where it is?
Not to open,
just to look?
Promise.
Okay, top drawer.
Been waiting a long time
to give you that.
Seems like I’ve been waiting
since the first day I met you.
Just
figured what,
what better time than today,
you know?
Happy anniversary.
Can I open it?
Tonight.
Can I at least give
you an answer?
No.
(CELL PHONE RINGING)
Mmm.
Mmm-mmm.
(LAUGHS)
Mmm-mmm.
I have to get that.
(CELL PHONE CONTINUES RINGING)
(SIGHS)
Okay, looks like uh,
we’re both gonna
be working today.
Isn’t today your day off?
Yeah, well accidents
don’t, uh, don’t
take a day off.
Hey, you know what
you could do?
You can make the bed.
Hmm?
What’s up?
I can’t.
Right.
You know I’m already gone,
so I can’t.
Yes.
Mmm. Okay.
Love you!
Love you, too.
(PLANES ZOOMING OVERHEAD)
(AMBULANCE SIREN BLARING)
(HELICOPTER WHIRRING)
(VEHICLES SPEEDING PAST)
(EERIE INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC)
(WARNING ALARM BLARING)
(PANTING)
Sorry.
Didn’t mean to
scare you.
Do you need
to be alone? I can…
No.
It’s all right.
SCOTT: How about a drink?
Thanks.
Yeah.
Yeah, we’ve counted
seven so far.
All around the building.
Some closer
than others,
and more seem to
show up each day.
It’s crazy to think
that they might be
people we know.
Why aren’t we like them?
You know, Julie
and I ask ourselves
that same question.
Neither one of us can
think of a logical answer.
So what’s your story?
How’d you end
up here at the warehouse?
When I heard the sirens,
I headed over to
Robert Beningson’s house,
my neighbor across the street.
The door was cracked
when I got there.
Something wasn’t right
about the whole thing.
We were close with he
and his wife so I just
walked in when
they didn’t respond
to my knocking.
When I got in,
I heard a noise
from the back room.

Something I’ve never
heard before.
Curiosity kind of got
the best of me so,
I walked back there to
see what it was.
I opened the door,
and there was Robert.
Then I saw something,
I was just…
I’ll never forget.
Anyway, I knew he owned
this place so I grabbed
the keys and headed here.
I won’t keep you.
You need some sleep.
What did you see?
What was he doing
when you found him?
Eating his wife.
(WIND WHISTLING)
Hey, Jim,
you find anything?
Yeah. Lots of stuff.
Jesus.
Look at this.
The answer to all
of our problems.
Wow, this stuff has
been here a while.
You find anything in
the other rooms?
Yes.
Check it out.
Found it in one
of the closets.
Figure if we can
run power to it,
it’ll probably
pick up some radio channels
from outside.
That’s good news, man.
Well, you hungry?
Scott, I’m always hungry.
All right, I’ll tell Julie
to whip us something up.
SCOTT: You want
the soup or the stew?
I’ll have whatever
you’re having.
Stew it is.
(CLEARS THROAT)
What are you listening to?
What about a tape?
We haven’t been introduced.
I’m Jim.
Do I look like
I give a shit?
Sorry.
Just thought
I’d say something.
You know, try
and be friendly.
Yeah, well you tried.
Now can you
just leave me alone?
Okay.
(SIGHS)
Where’d you get that?
I found it.
Well, where did
you find it?
In the other room.
Was it in a big red bag?
Look, those are my
goddamn candy bars.
You take anymore,
I’ll cut your dick off in
your sleep. You got it?
REPORTER: In a press
conference early this morning,
military officials issued

a statement claiming
that the effects of this
disaster seemed to

have been caused by an
airborne agent,
either chemical or viral,
and most likely one
that was engineered.
Scientists have determined
that the agent was most likely
released in the explosion

which occurred in
the western part of the county
just a few days ago.

Now the big question on
everyone’s mind is, “What was
the cause of the explosion?”
It’s gotta be
the chemical factory.
I can’t think of anything else
that could be behind this.
What are you ranting
about over there?
TV said there was
an explosion.
Yeah, so?
So that black cloud we saw…
That was in the direction
of Recita County, right?
Yeah.
That side of the county just
happens to be the home of one
of the largest chemical
weapons factories
in the country.
Jesus.
That’s where they used
to make nerve agents
and stuff, right?
Yeah. Nerve agents,
chemical weapons.
They shut it down
in the ’80s.
Poured all of those chemicals
into huge holding tanks.
Said they
were unstable
or something.
They didn’t shut it
down good enough.
Yeah.
Got one!
Where?
Just south
of the water tower.
Where do they
keep coming from?
I don’t know.
But as long as
they’re out there then
that’s all I care about.
God, what I would do just to
take them all out right now.
How many does that make?
Eleven, not counting
the south side.
Scott, honey?
Yeah?
Would you mind bringing down
more water? We’re running low.
Sure, honey!
Thank you.
God, even in the apocalypse
she’s got me doing chores.
(PLANE FLYING OVERHEAD)
(INDISTINCT VOICES ON RADIO)
MAN ON RADIO: …but he failed
to mention just what
the situation is.

We have been receiving
phone calls all day
from people around the country
simply asking if we the media
knew what was going on
in Montgomery County.
I, for one, only know
a couple of things here.
The government has
intentionally kept us
in the dark.
Has completely neglected…
I didn’t take any more
of your candy bars.
No, I, uh,
couldn’t sleep.
Join the club.
What’s that?
Nothing.
Wanna sit?
Next to you?
No.
(SCOFFS) Fine.
It’s Alix.
Most people just call me Ix.
Alix.
Oh.
Who’s she?
Her name was Emilie.
Can I see?
She’s pretty.
What happened?
(WARNING ALARM BLARING)
I don’t wanna
talk about it.
So what happened to you?
What’s your story?
Uh, it’s complicated.
It’s complicated or you just
don’t wanna talk about it?
It’s complicated
and I don’t wanna
talk about it.
Okay.
(THUNDER RUMBLING)
I, uh,
had to move back in with
my parents about a year ago.
Living in the city wasn’t
exactly working out.
I, uh, couldn’t get a job,
had no friends, no money,
and, uh, my parents gave me
my old room back,
like until I got on
my feet but
that didn’t last for long.
I came home
one night and they sat me down
and they said they didn’t
approve of my behavior.
I stormed out and I stopped
talking to them.
And now,
I can’t even tell
them I’m sorry.
I can’t even tell them
that I actually love them.
(SOBBING) I was
a terrible daughter.
Hey, hey.
It’s okay, it’s okay,
it’s okay, it’s okay.
(SNIFFLING)
It’s okay. Besides,
you’re not the only one
that feels like they don’t
have any friends.
(SNIFFING)
This may come as somewhat
of a shock to you.
Emilie was the only friend
that I had.
Just a week ago,
I had my whole life
figured out.
I was gonna ask the girl
that I loved to marry me,
move out of this town,
start a new job,
and make those
friends, you know?
Instead, I’m
hiding
for my life
in a warehouse,
and I lost
the only friend
that I had.
Maybe we could be friends.
I’d like that.
(EXPLOSION)
It came from
the back door.
(SERIES OF EXPLOSIONS)
JULIE: Jim?
Jim?
What should we do?
Go upstairs,
you lock the door.
You don’t open the door
unless you hear our voices
from the outside.
Do you understand?
Yeah.
Go now!
So what do you think?
Stay here.
What do you see?
(WHISPERING)
I don’t see anybody.
(GASPS)
Please let me in.
What’s your name?
Where did you come from?
I’m looking for my daughter.
Have you seen her?
No.
Please let me in.
I need to come in.
What do you think?
Should we let her in?
We should let her in.
Where did you come from?
Have you seen
any of those things?
I came from town.
I managed to get past them.
Please let me come in.
Something’s
not right with her.
How would you be
if you were out there?
Give me
your flashlight.
What?
Give it to me.
Oh, Jesus.
Please let me come in.
Get out of here
or we’ll shoot.
Let me in!
SCOTT: We have to
shoot her, Jim!
Get out of here
right now!
Let me in!
SCOTT: Shoot her, Jim.
Shoot her!
(GUN FIRES)
At approximately
6:30 this morning,
a small battalion of Marines
was deployed on a
search and rescue mission
on the western borders
of Montgomery County.
They believe that
the process will be slow
but are determined
to find any survivors.
(PLANES ZOOMING OVERHEAD)
Hey.
Hi.
Uh, TV says
they sent out
a search team.
I don’t know what
that means for us but…
It’s good news.
Yeah.
Um, look, I just wanted to say
thank you for last night.
Appreciated your comfort.
I’m not exactly used to people
listening to my problems,
so thank you.
You’re welcome.
Cool.
Ah.
(WIND WHISTLING)
MAN ON TV:
And we’re continuing to see
more and more airdrops
fall from the skies
over Montgomery County.
Now each one of these airdrops
is filled with food, water,
and other survival gear.
PILOT 1 OVER RADIO:
62759 Phantom.
(RADIO STATIC)
Raptor, do you copy me?
RAPTOR OVER RADIO:
Raptor, copy.
Heading 257.
I’m out of candy bars.
You okay?
Um, yeah, I’m just a little
bit flustered that’s all.
SCOTT: Jim!
Jim, get down here.
What is it?
It just started going off.
PILOT 1 OVER RADIO: 27259.
Copy that.
There was nothing
and then, voices.
PILOT 1: Anybody
got eyes on Raptor?
RAPTOR: Yeah, we’re, uh,
we’re actually
en route right now.
PILOT 1: What’s your, uh,
current heading?
Who is that?
RAPTOR: Heading 270. Over.
Copy that.
Turn it off.
What?
I said turn it off.
(RADIO STATIC)
What the hell
did you do that for?
(HELICOPTERS HOVERING
IN THE DISTANCE)
What is it?
Helicopters!
We’re going home!
I can see them.
They’re too far away.
They can’t see the sign.
Must be more
Marines flying in.
The hell with this.
Scott? Scott! No!
(FAST-PACED
INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC)
Scott!
Scott! No!
Hey! Help!
Hey, down here!
Scott, get back inside!
Help! Hey!
Down here!
(TENSE INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC)
(INAUDIBLE)
Scott!
(GRUNTS)
(GROWLING)
Shit!
(GROANS)
(GRUNTS)
(ROARING)
(COUGHS)
(SCREAMING)
Ugh. Oh.
(GROANING)
What the hell were you
thinking out there?
You saw the helicopters.
I was just trying
to get the…
I don’t give a shit
what you were trying
to do, Scott!
You put us at risk!
Not to mention how many
of those things probably
saw that we were in here.
Hey! Who the hell
put you in charge?
Remember it was us
that invited you here.
We were doing
just fine without you.
We give you
food, water.
I’ll do
whatever I want.
Ix?
Just trying to
get us out of here.
Hey, guys!
There’s something
wrong with Ix!
What’s wrong
with her?
What’s wrong with her?
I don’t know.
God damn it!
Get away from her.
Get the hell off of me!
Quit it, you guys!
Alix?
Alix!
Is she dead?
She’s in shock.
Way to go, Doctor.
Is she sick?
No.
Then what is it?
(WIND WHISTLING)
How’s she doing?
Not good.
Barely spoken a word.
So what do
we do now, Jim?
JIM: I don’t know.
We don’t know how long
we’re gonna be here
until help arrives.
Could be weeks.
Well, I’m aware of that
but, doesn’t help
our situation.
Then I’ll go get some.
SCOTT: That’s crazy.
The nearest drug store
is on the other side of town.
I go and get the medicine,
I come back,
I’ll be back by sundown.
You would never make it.
What about
the airdrop?
What?
The airdrop.
TV said that they had
medicine in them.
Surely they would
have insulin, right?
What’s she talking about?
What airdrop?
SCOTT: Before we saw
your light in the barn,
we saw planes fly over
dropping things
out of the back
attached to parachutes.
Thought it was just
supplies or something
but didn’t really care.
It was too far away
to concern us.
Where’d they drop it?
Uh, just to the southwest
of us over in this area.
Couldn’t be more
than a mile or so away.
Then that’s it.
Jim, it’s suicide.
We wouldn’t make it past
all those things.
Then I’ll go alone.
Jim.
Look, I’ll grab
what I can
and I’ll come back.
I can’t just sit here
and watch her die.
I’ll need you
to clear me a path.
Think you can handle that?
I’ll do what I can
but once you’re
over that hill,
you’re on your own.
Just remember
if you get into trouble
with those things, don’t run.
It’ll only draw more
attention to yourself.
Thanks for reminding me.
Now you only have
about another
40 minutes of sunlight
so I suggest you
get what you need
and hurry back.
Okay.
Any other advice?
Yeah. Don’t die?
(WIND WHISTLING)
(AIRPLANES ZOOMING OVERHEAD)
(GROANS)
All right,
all set down there?
JIM OVER RADIO:
Ready when you are.
All right, here we go.
(DRAMATIC INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC)
(GUN FIRES)
(GUN FIRES)
(GUN FIRES)
Go!
(DRAMATIC INSTRUMENTAL
MUSIC CONTINUES)
(CROWS CAWING)
(WIND WHISTLING)
(PANTING)
(RADIO STATIC)
Scott.
Scotty.
(PANTING)
(GRUNTING)
(LAUGHS)
(TENSE INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC)
(RADIO STATIC)
SCOTT:
What’s your location? Jim.
Jim.
Jim, can you hear me?
Jim, come in.
(GUN FIRES)
(PANTING)
(SCREAMING)
(GUN FIRES)
(BEACON BEEPING)
MAN ON TV: …containing
secrets that are teetering
on trust issues.
Uh, on a side note,
and this is
for anybody who may be
watching this broadcast
from…
(EXHALES)
How is she?
I think she’s
gonna be okay.
She just needs
some rest.
So, how do you know
so much about
this stuff anyway?
My fiancee Emilie
was a nurse.
Guess I just picked up
a few things along the way.
It’s a good thing
you did.
(MAN CONTINUES ON TV)
…attacks the nervous system
of the human body
and turns people…
Mmm.
It’s so good.
I don’t know how much
more of that canned stuff
I could take.
Better not let Julie
hear you say that.
(SNICKERS)
I never said anything,
but I wanted to let you know
that I really appreciate
what you did back there.
You know when you
had my back when that thing
attacked me.
You would have done
the same thing.
Uh, I’m not so sure
I would’ve.
(SIGHS) I was just so
scared out there.
You know my muscles
just stopped working.
I froze.
You, on the other hand,
you’ve got something I don’t.
I mean, you reacted.
You saved my life.
Well, I’m gonna turn in.
Got a long day of nothing
to look forward to.
Good night, Scott.
Good night, buddy.
(THUNDER RUMBLING)
(GROANS)
What happened?
Welcome back.
I was having
the worst nightmare.
(CHUCKLES)
Can’t be any worse
than the nightmare
we’re having right now.
How you feeling?
(EXHALES)
All right, I guess.
Should’ve told us Alix.
You had us worried.
You had me worried.
Sorry.
It’s okay.
She was lucky to have you.
I was lucky to have her.
You need anything?
No.
You sure?
Yeah.
Okay, then,
go back to bed.
You need a lot
more rest.
And we’ll talk again
at breakfast, okay?
Okay.
Okay.
(SNIFFLES)
(THUNDER RUMBLING)
(THUMPING)
(MACHINERY WHIRRING)
(SUSPENSEFUL
INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC)
Jim?
(GRUNTING)
(GROWLING)
(SCREAMING)
(JIM GRUNTING)
JIM: Julie, get out of here!
SCOTT: Jim! Jim! Grab Ix!
Go!
JIM: Scott,
get out of here.
(GROWLING)
(JULIE WHIMPERING)
(ROARING)
(PANTING)
(SUSPENSEFUL
INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC)
(GROWLING)
(GUN FIRES)
(WIND WHISTLING)
(BREATHING HEAVILY)
(CLANKING)
(PANTING)
(JIM GRUNTS)
(GLASS BREAKS)
(SUSPENSEFUL
INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC)
(CLANKING)
(INDISTINCT VOICES OVER RADIO)
Say something!
Say something!
Hi.
(GUN FIRES)
Uh, apparently,
the chemical plant
was the cause of all of this.
A cooler in one
of the holding tanks
malfunctioned.
The chemicals
were very aggressive
on the nervous system
but it, it didn’t seem to
have the same effect
on everyone.
I’m sure
there were survivors.
But they couldn’t defend
themselves long enough
to be rescued.
A search beacon was activated
when you opened the airdrop.
And, uh, a helicopter
full of Marines
was deployed.
If it hadn’t been
for your bravery,
we might not
have found you.
We, uh… We’ve done a lot
of tests and blood work,
and we’ve decided that
there’s no reason for us
to detain you
and the others.
I am really sorry
for what you guys
have gone through.
We’re gonna do
everything we can
to get you back on your feet.
Do you have
any questions?
Where are my friends?
(SOFT INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC)

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