(A cute teenage blonde is walking through her house when the phone rings. She picks it up.)
Man: (on phone) Hello?
Man: (on phone) Who is this?
Casey: Who are you trying to reach?
Man: (on phone) What number is this?
Casey: What number are you trying to reach?
Man: (on phone) I donít know.
Casey: I think you have the wrong number.
Man: (on phone) Do I?
Casey: It happens. Take it easy.
(Casey hangs up. Outside the front of Casey's house, a swing dangles from the tree. It is swaying softly. The phone rings again.)
Man: (on phone) Iím sorry. I guess I dialed the wrong number.
Casey: So whyíd you dial it again?
Man: (on phone) To apologize.
Casey: Youíre forgiven. Bye now.
Man: (on phone) Wait! Wait! Donít hang up!
Man: (on phone) I want to talk to you for a second.
Casey: Theyíve got 900 numbers for that. C-ya.
(Casey hangs up again. It almost immediately rings again.)
Man: (on phone) Why donít you want to talk to me?
Casey: Who is this?
Man: (on phone) You tell me your name Iíll tell you mine.
Casey: I donít think so.
(Casey has made her way into the kitchen and is about to make some popcorn. She gives it a shake.)
Man: (on phone) Whatís that noise?
Man: (on phone) Youíre making popcorn?
Man: (on phone) I only eat popcorn at the movies.
Casey: Well, Iím getting ready to watch a video.
Man: (on phone) Really? What?
Casey: Oh, just some scary movie.
Man: (on phone) You like scary movies?
Man: (on phone) Whatís you favorite scary movie?
Casey: Uh, I donít know.
Man: (on phone) You have to have a favorite. What comes to mind?
(Casey picks up a large knife from a wooden block which is obviously been made for holding knives.)
Casey: Umm...Halloween. (She drops the knife back in.) You know the one guy in the white mask that walks around and stalks babysitters.
Man: (on phone) Yeah.
Casey: Whatís yours?
Man: (on phone) Guess.
Casey: UmÖNightmare on Elm Street.
Man: (on phone) Is that the one with the guy that has knives for fingers?
Casey: Yeah, Freddy Kruger.
Man: (on phone) Freddy, thatís right. I like that movie. It was scary.
(Casey walks out of the kitchen and heads towards the living room.)
Casey: The first one was but, the rest sucked.
Man: (on phone) So, you got a boyfriend?
Casey: Why? You want to ask me out on a date?
Man: (on phone) Maybe. So, do you have a boyfriend?
(Casey turns on the patio lights and looks at the backyard, there is a slight and mystic mist floating over the pool... she turns the lights off again.)
Man: (on phone) You never told me your name.
Casey: Why do you want to know my name?
Man: (on phone) I wanna know who Iím looking at.
(Casey whips around with a look of fear.)
Casey: What did you say?
Man: (on phone) I wanna know who I am talking to.
Casey: Thatís not what you said.
Man: (on phone) What do you think I said? What? Hello?
Casey: Look, I got to go.
Man: (on phone) Wait! I thought we were going to go out.
Casey: Uh-nah. I donít think so.
Man: (on phone) Donít hang up on me!
(Casey hangs up... scared... she starts to walk back to the kitchen. The phone rings again making Casey jump. She gets ticked at herself.)
Casey: Shit. (Answers the phone with an annoyed tone.) Yes?
Man: (on phone) I told you not to hang up on me.
Casey: What do you want?
Man: (on phone) To talk.
Casey: Well, dial someone else. Okay?
(Casey hangs up. She walks into the kitchen, and sees that the popcorn is on fire, she walks fast over to it, grabs a towel and picks up the burning popcorn. The phone rings again. She drops the pop corn back onto the stove.)
Casey: (angry) Listen assholeó
Man: (on phone) No, you listen you little bitch! You hang up on me again, Iíll gut you like a fish. You understand? (menacing laugh) Hehe...Yeah.
Casey: (sobbing) Is this some kind of joke?
Man: (on phone) More of a game really. Can you handle that...blondie? (Casey looks outside the windows, frantically.) Can you see me?
Casey: Listen, I am two seconds away from calling the police.
Man: (on phone) Theyíd never make it in time were in the middle of nowhere.
Casey: What do you want?
Man: (on phone) To see what youíre insides look like.
(Casey's eyes widen, and she hangs up. Casey is near the door, and the door bell rings.)
Casey: (sobbing) Whoís there? Whoís there? Iím calling the police!
(The phone rings. Casey cries out loud, and listens into the phone.)
Man: (on phone) You should never say ďWhoís there?Ē Donít you watch scary movies? Itís a death wish. You might as well come out and investigate a strange noise or somethiní.
Casey: (determined, but still sobbing) Look, youíve had your fun now. So, I think you better just leave or else.
Man: (on phone) Or else what?
Casey: Or else my boyfriend will be here any second, and heíll be pissed when he finds out.
Man: (on phone) I thought you didnít have a boyfriend?
Casey: I lied, I do have a boyfriend and heíll be here any second. So, your ass better be gone.
Man: (on phone) Sure.
Casey: I swear. (loudly) Heís big and he plays football and heíll kick the shit out of you!
Man: (on phone, sarcastic) Iím getting scared. I am shaking in my boots.
Casey: So, you just better leave.
Man: (on phone) His name wouldnít be...Steve would it?
Casey: (shocked) How do you know his name?
Man: (on phone) Turn on the patio lights... again.
(Casey turns on the lights, and sees her boyfriend, Steve Orith tied to a chair, his mouth is covered in duct tape, he is bruised and has a few cuts.)
Casey: Oh god!
(Casey unlocks the door and opens it and is about to step outside.)
Man: (on phone) I wouldnít do that if I was you!
(Casey pulls the door closed quickly and locks it.)
Casey: Where are you?
Man: (on phone) Guess.
Casey: Donít hurt him.
Man: (on phone) That all depends on you.
Casey: Why are you doing this?
Man: (on phone) I wanna play a game.
Man: (on phone) Then he dies right now.
Casey: NO. NO!
Man: (on phone) Which is it? Which is it?
Casey: Wha- - What kind of game?
Man: (on phone) Turn off the lights, Youíll see what kind of game. Just do it!
(Casey turns off the lights.)
Steve: (muffled) Casey! No! No! NO! CASEY!
Man: (on phone) Hereís how to play. I ask you a question, If you get it right Steve lives.
Casey: Please, donít do this.
(Casey hides behind the TV and pulls out the cord for the light on top of the TV.)
Man: (on phone) Come on, Itíll be fun!
Man: (on phone) Itís an easy category.
Man: (on phone) Movie Trivia. Iíll give you a warm-up question.
Casey: Donít do this, I canít.
Man: (on phone) Name the killer in Halloween?
Man: (on phone) Come on, Itís your favorite scary movie remember? He had a white mask and he stalked babysitters.
Casey: I donít know.
Man: (on phone) Come on, Yes you do.
Casey: No, please.
Man: (on phone) Whatís his name?
Casey: I canít think.
Man: (on phone) Steveís counting on you.
Casey: (still sobbing) Michael ...Michael Myers.
Man: (on phone) Yes! Very good. Now for the real question.
Man: (on phone) But, youíre doing so well. We canít just stop now.
Casey: Please, Stop! Leave us alone.
Man: (on phone) Then answer the question. Same category.
Casey: Oh, please stop.
Man: (on phone) Name the killer in Friday the 13th?
(Casey jumps up, all excited, she knows the answer.)
Casey: (shouting) Jason! Jason! Jason!
Man: (on phone) Iím sorry thatís the wrong answer.
Casey: No itís not! No itís not! Itís Jason!
Man: (on phone) Afraid not, NO WAY!
Casey: (getting annoyed) Listen, it was Jason! I saw that movie 20 god damn times!
Man: (on phone) Then you should know that the original killer was Jasonís mother, Mrs. Voorhies. Jason didnít show up till the sequel. Iím afraid that was the wrong answer.
Casey: (sobbing again) You tricked me...
Man: (on phone) Lucky for you there is a bonus round. But, poor Steve, I am afraid heís out!
(Casey turns on the lights and looks out side, and sees her boyfriend has been slaughtered, his insides on the outside. She starts to cry again. Casey crawls back behind the TV.)
Man: (on phone) Hey, weíre not finished yet. Final question, Are you ready?
Casey: Please, Please, Leave me alone!
Man: (on phone) Answer the question and I will! What door am I at?
(Casey looks up from behind the television at both doors, the main door and the patio doors. She also grabs a letter opener to use as a weapon if he got to her.)
Man: (on phone) There are two main doors to your house, the front door and the patio door. Very Simple.
Casey: I canít do this, I canít, I wonít.
Man: (on phone) Your call.
(A chair flies through the patio doors Casey gets up and runs into the kitchen, she runs behind the kitchen island and grabs the knife she handled before. Casey looks down the corridor from which she just came. Staring into the darkness, she sees something run across the corridor towards the front door. It looks as if it is wearing all black, from head to toe. Casey runs over to the doors from the kitchen, opens the door, and steps outside, closing the door after her, she crawls onto the ground, holding the knife in one hand, the phone in the other. Casey sits there for a few seconds, and looks into the kitchen from the glass panes in the door. She looks over to where the corridor opens into the kitchen, and sees the dark and mysterious character standing there, peering into the smoky kitchen. It is dressed in all black and has a ghostly white face. It runs into the kitchen. Casey crawls back to her hiding spot. Casey then sees a car coming down the road. Maybe if she got to it, they would save her. Hopefully it would be her parents. Casey looks again, and sees the 'ghost' run into the next room. She crawls along the ground. Just past the doors, she stops. She gets up and looks into the window, and sees all black. Why was it all black? Then suddenly, the man turns around. Facing her is the sad ghostly face see had seen from her hiding spot. The man's hand punches right through the window and grabs her hand, the hand holding the phone. Casey hits the ghostly face with the phone, and he lets go. Casey drops her knife and runs away. Casey runs and stops just outside the patio doors. There is Steve. His limp head has fallen back as he sits there lifeless in the chair. He is still tied up and taped at the mouth. Casey whimpers and runs around the side of the house. The car pulls into Casey's house, and drives up the drive way. Casey stops to looks at it. She knew it was her parents. They would come to her rescue, she knew it. As Casey stands there, the ghostly figure jumps through a window and lands right on top of her. She struggles with him and gets up runs away. As she runs, the killer also gets up, and chases her down the side of the house. Casey turns her head to see how far away the killer is. He's right behind her. The killer grabs her around her neck, and stabs her near to her heart. He lets her go and she falls to the ground. As Casey feels her wound, she is whimpering. There is blood pumping out of her womb. The killer lifts his knife, and if about to bring it down on her to kill her.)
Mrs. Becker: Did you water over here today?
Mr. Becker: It was just that water from the rain.
Mrs. Becker: They look great donít they?
Mr. Becker: Donít they smell strong?
Mrs. Becker: I told you you could send them back.
(Casey's vocal cords have been squashed, and she cant talk properly.)
(No one hears her. Mr. Becker sees the door is open, and the house, on the inside, is in ruins.)
Mr. Becker: Jesus!
(Mrs. Becker walks in after him.)
Mrs. Becker: What is it?
Mr. Becker: CASEY!
(Mr. Becker runs towards the living room, seeing the chair through the patio doors... Mrs Becker runs towards the kitchen.)
Mrs. Becker: Oh goÖ (She sees the popcorn on fire, she picks it up, using the towel, throws it down into the sink and turns the tap on.) Casey! Casey! Casey! (Mrs. Becker runs back to her husband. He grabs her.) Where is she?
Mr. Becker: Call the police!
Mrs. Becker: Casey
(Mr. Becker runs up stairs calling out to his daughter.)
Mr. Becker: Casey, are you upstairs?
(Mrs. Becker picks up the phone, and starts to dial. She hears something from the phone, so she puts it next to her ear.)
Mrs. Becker: Oh my god, Casey, baby?
Mr. Becker: (os) Casey!
Mrs. Becker: Sheís here.
(Mr. Becker comes down stairs.)
Casey: (on phone) Mom.
Mrs. Becker: Where is she? Oh my god! I can hear her.
Man: (on phone) Hey!
(The phone gets disconnected.)
Mr. Becker: Get in the car, drive down to the Mackenzieís.
Mrs. Becker: No, No, not my daughter.
Mr. Becker: Just go!
Mrs. Becker: Not my daughter.
Mr. Becker: Call the police!
(Mr. Becker pushes Mrs. Becker through the door. She looks up and screams. Mr. Becker runs outside and looks at his wife. He looks in the direction she was looking. He sees Casey. He runs towards the tree in the front yard. There is Casey. She has been hung from the tree with the swing. Her intestines are spilt onto the ground beneath her. Steam is rising from her hot bodily organs on the cold, cold ground. Lightning flashes across the sky, at the same time, the rope snaps and her lifeless body falls to the ground.)
(Sidney, a sweet looking teenager is in her bedroom typing on her computer. Lightning flashes across the sky. Sidney hears a noise outside. She ignores it. Another sound is heard outside. Sidney gets up and looks out her window. A hand grabs her. Sidney jumps and screams.)
Billy: Itís just me!
Sidney: Billy, what are you doing here?
Billy: Sorry, donít hate me!
Billy: You sleep in that?
Sidney: Yes, I sleep in this. (Billy climbs in the window.) My dad is in the other room. You canít be here.
Billy: Iíll just stay a sec.
Sidney: No you gotta go! go! go! go!
(Neal Prescott opens the door to Sidney's room, it catches onto the closet door, which is open. He is locked out. Sidney runs over to the door.)
Mr. Prescott: Whatís going on in there? Are you okay?
Sidney: Can you knock?
(She opens the door all the way.)
Mr. Prescott: I heard screaming.
Sidney: No you didnít.
Mr. Prescott: No? Oh, well. I am hitting the sack. My flight leaves first thing in the morning. Now, the expo runs all weekend so I wonít be back till Sunday. Thereís cash on the table and I am staying- -
Sidney: At the Hilton.
Mr. Prescott: Out at the airport...So call if- -
Sidney: I need anything.
Mr. Prescott: I couldíve sworn I heard screaming.
Sidney: Have a good trip okay?
(Sidney pushes her father away.)
Mr. Prescott: Sleep tight, sweetie.
(Sidney closes the door. She turns around and looks in her room. Billyís gone. Suddenly one of her stuffed animals pops up on the side of her bed.)
Billy: (talking for the animal) Close call.
Sidney: Billy, what are you doing here?
Billy: (gets up) It occurred to me that I had never snuck through your bedroom window.
Sidney: Well, now that itís out of your system...
Billy: I was home watching televisionÖthe uh Exorcist was on. It got me thinking of you.
Sidney: (bemused) It did?
Billy: Yeah, it was edited for TV all the good stuff was cut out. And, it got me thinking of us. How 2 years ago we started off hot and heavy. Nice solid R rating on our way to a NC-17. And now...things have changed and....lately were just edited for television.
Sidney: Oh so you thought you would climb through my window and have a little raw footage?
Billy: No! I wouldnít dream of breaking your underwear rule. I just thought we could do a little on-top-of-the-clothes stuff.
Sidney: Yeah. (They start making out on the bed. Billy moves his hand up her leg.) Okay, okay, okay. Time is up stud muffin.
Billy: God, you see what you do to me!
Sidney: You know what my dad will do to you?
Billy: Yeah, Iím going.
(Billy climbs out of the window.)
Sidney: Okay. You know, I appreciate the romantic gesture.
Billy: Hey about the sex stuff, Iím not trying to rush you at all. (grins) I was only half serious.
Sidney: Okay. (Billy starts to climb down from the window.) Hey Billy, would you settle for a PG-13 relationship?
Billy: Whatís that? (Sidney flashes Billy her breasts and laughs.) My god, your just a tease.
(High School Ė Day)
(Sidney gets off the school bus and walks towards the main doors of the school. There are reporters everywhere.)
Woman: (on radio) Thirty-five Ninety-five situation under control.
Man: (on radio) Roger, dispatch.
Woman reporter: Thereís blood found? Alright.
Another woman reporter: Theyíre doing drugs, they buy in the classroom and involved in a cult.
(Sidney sees Gale Weather, the cheesy tabloid journalist doing a report.)
Gale: Woodsboro, California was devastated last night two young teenagers were found brutally murdered. Authorities have yet to issued a statement but our sources tell us that no arrests are yet to be made and the murderer could strike again.
(Tatum, Sidneyís best friend, walks up behind Sidney.)
Tatum: Do you believe this shit?
Sidney: Damn, whatís going on?
Tatum: (in disbelief) You donít know? (Sidney shakes her head.) Casey Becker and Steve Orith were killed last night.
Sidney: What? No way.
Tatum: Were not just talking killedÖweíre talking splatter movie killed. Ripped open from end to end.
Sidney: Casey Becker? She sits next to me in English.
Tatum: Not anymore. Itís so sad her mom and dad they found her hanging from a tree with her insides on the outside.
Sidney: Oh my god!
Tatum: Yeah, their interrogating the entire school.
Sidney: They think it's school related?
Tatum: Their fucking Clueless, I mean Dewey said it's the worst crime here, since...well, it's bad.
(Tatum walks off into the school's main doors.)
(The class is very quiet. Sidney keeps looking at Caseyís seat. A student enters the room and hands a piece of paper to the teacher, who reads it.)
Teacher: Um, Sidney it appears to be your turn.
(Sidney looks up, and grabs her bag.)
(Principal Himbry and Sheriff Burke are holding the interrogation.)
Sheriff Burke: Who's next?
Mr. Himbry: Sidney Prescott, she was the daughter, of um...
(Sidney walks into the office.)
Sheriff Burke: Hi Sidney.
Sidney: Sheriff Burke, Dewey.
Dewey: Uh..thatís Deputy Riley today, Sid.
(Sidney gives him a look.)
Sheriff Burke: How is everything?
Sheriff Burke: And your dad, how is he?
Sidney: We're fine thanks.
Mr. Himbry: We are going to keep this very brief, Sidney. The police just want to ask you a few questions. (Principle Himbry holds Sidney's cheek. Sheriff Burke looks at the Principle suspiciously.) You okay?
Sidney: (nods) Mmhmm.
Sheriff Burke: Sidney, were you very close to Casey Becker?
(Billy, Sidney, Stuart Macher, Tatum, and Randy Perkins are eating lunch at a fountain on school grounds. The P.A. goes on and Principle Himbry starts to talk.)
Mr. Himbry: (on PA) Remember your Principal loves you and I want you to be safe. All students are encouraged to return home promptly from school grounds. Avoid strangers, walk in 2ís and 3ís.
Tatum: What kind of questions did they ask you Sid?
Sidney: They asked me if I knew Casey.
Tatum: They asked me too.
Stu: Hey did they ask if you liked to hunt?
Billy: Yeah, they did. Did they ask you?
Tatum: Why would they ask if you liked to hunt?
Randy: Cause theyíre bodies were gutted.
Billy: Thank you, Randy.
Tatum: They didnít ask me if I liked to hunt.
Stu: Cause there is no way a girl couldíve killed them.
Tatum: That is so sexist. The killer could easily be a female, Basic Extinct.
Randy: That was an ice pick, not exactly the same thing.
Stu: Yeah, Casey and Steve were completely hollowed out. And the fact is it takes a man to do something like that.
Tatum: Or a manís mentality.
Sidney: How do you...gut someone?
(Everybody looks at Sidney.)
Stu: You take a knife and you slit them from groin to sternum.
(Sidney looks disgusted.)
Billy: Hey Itís called tact you fuckrag.
Sidney: Hey Stu, didnít you used to date Casey?
Stu: Yeah for like two seconds.
Randy: Before she dumped him for Steve.
Tatum: I thought you dumped her for me.
Stu: I did heís full of shit.
Randy: And are the police aware you dated the victim?
Stu: What are you trying to say, that I killed her?
Randy: It would sure improve your high school ďQĒ.
Tatum: Stu was with me last night.
Stu: Yeah I was.
Randy: Was that before or after he sliced and diced?
Tatum: Fuck you nut case! Where were you last night?
Randy: Working, thank you.
Tatum: Oh, at the video store? I thought they fired your sorry ass.
Randy: (smiles) Twice.
Stu: I didnít kill anybody.
Billy: Nobody said you did.
Stu: Thanks buddy.
Randy: Besides it takes a man to do a thing like that.
Stu: Iím gonna gut your ass in a second kid.
(Randy gets up and leans over to Stu.)
Randy: Did you really put her liver in the mailbox? Cause I heard that they found her liver in the mailbox next to her spleen and pancreas.
Tatum: Randy, you goon, Iím trying to eat here.
(Randy reaches over Tatum to get food.)
Stu: Sheís getting mad alright? You better liver alone. Liver alone!
(Sidney gets up and leaves. Billy smacks Stu.)
Stu: Liv - - Ow! Liver. Liver. It was a joke!
(A school bus pulls up and Sidney gets off. She checks the mail.)
Girl: (on the bus) See you, Sidney. Talk to you tomorrow!
(Sidney is changed and she is outside, walking up the steps on the side of the house, talking on the phone to Tatum.)
Sidney: So your sure I can stay over? Cause my dad wonít be back till Sunday.
Tatum: (on phone) No prob, Iíll pick you up after practice. You okay?
Sidney: Uh-huh, Itís just the police and reporters just like deja vu all over again.
Tatum: (on phone) Iíll be there by 7:00 I promise.
Sidney: Thanks Tatum.
Tatum: (on phone) Later.
(Sidney goes into house. She pulls a bag out of the closet. She packs her bag and sit down to watch TV.)
Woman Reporter: The bodies of 17 year old Casey Becker and her 18 year old boyfriend Steve Orith were discovered late last night by her parents.
(Sidney switches channels.)
Man Reporter: The Woodsboro double murder case. Authorities are baffled by the lack of clues savagedó
(Sidney switches channels again.)
Gale Weather's: The townís in shock and nobody can quite believe what has happened here although this is not the first time this small community of Woodsboro has endured such tragedy. Only a year ago Maureen Prescott, wife and mother was found raped and murdered not far from this peaceful town square.
(Sidney turns off the TV, and looks at the clock. She notices a photo of her and her mom, Maureen. Sidney puts the photo down and lays on the couch to rest.)
(Itís now dark outside. The phone rings. Sidney wakes up and answers it.)
Tatum: (on phone) Practice ran late, I am on my way okay?
(Sidney looks at the clock again.)
Sidney: Itís past 7:00.
Tatum: (on phone) Donít worry Casey and Steve didnít bite it till way past ten.
(Sidney looks out window.)
Sidney: Oh, Oh thatís comforting.
Tatum: (on phone) Iím going swing by the video store. I was thinking Tom Cruise in ďAll the Right MovesĒ. If you pause it just right you can see his penis.
Sidney: Whatever, just hurry up.
Tatum: (on phone) Ta-ta Sid.
(Sidney lays back down and closes her eyes. The phone rings again and she answers it.)
Sidney: Tatum, just get in the carÖ
Man: (on phone) Hello Sidney.
Sidney: UhÖHi, who is this?
Man: (on phone) You tell me.
Sidney: Well, I - I have no idea.
Man: (on phone) Scary night isnít it? With all the murders and all itís like just out of a horror movie or something.
Sidney: Randy, you gave yourself away. Are you calling from work cause if you are Tatum is on the way over?
Man: (on phone) Do you like scary movies, Sidney?
Sidney: I like that thing your doing with your voice Randy, Itís sexy.
Man: (on phone) Whatís your favorite scary movie, Sidney?
Sidney: You know I donít watch that shit.
Man: (on phone) Why not? Too scared?
Sidney: No no, whatís the point they are all the same. Some stupid killer stalking some big breasted girl that canít act when she is running up the steps when she should be going out the front door...Itís insulting.
Man: (on phone) Are you alone in the house?
Sidney: Randy, Thatís so un-original Iím so disappointed in you.
Man: (on phone) Maybe because Iím not Randy.
(Sidney looks puzzled.)
Sidney: So, who are you?
Man: (on phone) The question isnít who am I? Itís where am I?
Sidney: S - So where are you?
Man: (on phone) Your front porch.
Sidney: Why would you be calling from my front porch?
(Sidney walks to the front door.)
Man: (on phone) Thatís the original part.
Sidney: Oh yeah, I call your bluff. (Sidney unlocks the door and then opens it. She steps outside and looks around. She brings the phone back up to her ear.) So where are you?
Man: (on phone) Right here.
(Sidney looks around some more.)
Sidney: Can you see me now?
Man: (on phone) Uh-huh.
Sidney: Ahh... (Sidney puts her finger up her nose.) What am I doing huh? Huh, what am I doing, huh? (pause) Nice try, Randy. Tell Tatum to hurry up okay, Bye now.
Man: (on phone, angry) If you hang up on me youíll die just like your mother. Do you want to die Sidney? Your mother sure didnít.
Sidney: Fuck you, you cretin. (She runs into the house, and locks door. A cloaked figure with a ghostly face comes out of closet, and slashes his knife at Sidney. She ducks and falls on the floor.) No!
(The killer headbutts Sidney, and she is dazed. The killer lifts his knife, and is about to bring it down upon Sidney, but she gets out of her daze and realizes what is about to happen. She kicks the killer off her. Sidney gets up and tries to open the front door. It's locked. The killer gets up, and tries to stab Sidney again. She runs out of the way, and the knife gets caught in the door. Sidney has no chance but to run upstairs. The killer follows right behind her. She runs into her room and closes the door. The killer opens it and it gets caught on the closet door. Sidney runs over to the computer.)
(Sidney types in 911. The computer connects and dials. On the screen we can see: )
911: What is your emergency?
(The killer is still slashing his knife around, trying to get it. He hasn't got a chance getting in, so he leaves. About 20 seconds later Billy climbs through the window.)
Billy: The door's locked, I heard screaming, you alright?
Sidney: The killer is here heís in the house.
(Sidney hugs him.)
Billy: Heís gone. Heís gone. Itís alright. (A cellular phone falls out of Billyís pocket to the floor. Sidney looks down, and slowly backs away from Billy.) What? Sid, What?
(Sidney runs out of her bedroom.)
Billy: Whoa, Whoa, Wait, Wait, Wait, Sid, Wait! (Sidney runs down the stairs.) Wait, Wait, Wait, Wait, Sid, Whatís going on? Sidney come back, Sidney.
(Sidney opens the front door. She looks out and sees the mask of the killer. Sidney screams, and Dewey, who had been holding the mask screams too.)
Dewey: Sorry, I found this, come on.
(Billy is being hauled off by the police.)
Police Officer: Alright hold your hands together.
Dewey: Do you wish to give up your right to remain silent?
Billy: I didnít do anything.
Dewey: Do you wish to give up your right to speak to an attorney and have them present during questioning?
Billy: Ask her, Sheíll tell you.
(Dewey walks over to the Sherriff.)
Sheriff Burke: What do we have Dewey?
Dewey: I caught him Sheriff.
Sheriff Burke: Who is that?
Dewey: Billy Loomis.
Billy: Sheriff, Sheriff, Call these guys off. I didnít do it, Sheriff wait. Please call him, heíll tell you, call him. Sidney, Sidney.
Sheriff Burke: How she doing?
Dewey: Sidís tougher than she looks.
Sheriff Burke: She'd have to be after all the shit she's been through. (They go over to the ambulance where Sidney is sitting, wrapped up in a blanket, being checked by medical staff.) Well, were seeing a lot of you today. Are you going to be able to come down to the station and answer a few questions?
(Tatum's car pulls up. She sees all the commotion and starts to run to Sidney.)
Tatum: God Sidney, Iím so sorry I was late.
Dewey: Tatum you canít be here itís an official crime scene.
Sidney: Itís okay.
Tatum: Her dadís out of town sheís staying with us tonight.
Dewey: Does mom know?
Tatum: Yes doofus. (to Sidney) Letís get out of here.
Dewey: Oh you wonít believe this. (He shows Sheriff Burke the costume that the killer wore.) Creepy huh?
(Gale Weathers, a news reporter, who is also Sidneyís archenemy, pulls up. She gets out and looks at what's happening.)
Gale: Iíll be damned.
Gale: Jesus, the camera hurry.
Kenny: My name isnít Jesus.
(Sidney and Dewey head off in his car. Gale peers through the window as they drive by.)
Gale: Sidney, is that you in there? (to Tatum) Excuse me is that Sidney Prescott they took away?
Tatum: Iím not talking to you.
Gale: What happened to her? I heard something about a costume is that true? Can you tell me anything?
Tatum: Yeah, youíre a real pain in the ass.
(Tatum gets in her car and follows Dewey just as Kenny walks up with the camera.)
Kenny: Where's she going?
Gale: Look KennyÖ
Gale: I know your about 50 pounds over weight but when I say hurry please interpret that as move your fat-tub-of-lard-ass NOW!
(Sidney sits at one of the desks talking to Dewey.)
Sidney: (regarding her father) Did you find him?
Dewey: You sure it was the Hilton?
Sidney: (nods) At the airport.
Dewey: Heís not registered there.
Dewey: Could he of stayed somewhere else?
Sidney: I donít know, I guess.
Dewey: Donít worry, Sid, weíll find him. Iíll be right back.
(Billy watches Sidney through the window.)
Sheriff Burke: Let me ask you this, what are you doing with a cellular phone son?
Billy: Everybodyís got one Sheriff. I didnít make those phone calls. I swear.
Billyís Father (Hank) : Why donít you check the phone bill for Christ Sake? Call Vital Phone Comp. Theyíve got a record of every number dialed.
Sheriff Burke: Thanks Hank, were on top of it. (to Billy ) What were you doing over Sidneyís house tonight?
Billy: Well, I wanted to see her, thatís all.
Sheriff Burke: And yesterday? She said you climbed through her window last night too?
Hank: (surprised) You went out last night?
Billy: I was watching TV, I got bored. I decided to go for a ride.
Sheriff Burke: Did you happen to ride by Casey Beckerís house too?
Billy: No. No I didnít. Sheriff, I didnít kill anybody.
Sheriff Burke: Were gonna have to hold you son until we get those phone records.
Billy: Thatís crazy, you know that?
(There are quite a few reporters trying to get into the police station. Gail walks up and heads for the door.)
Kenny: Are there anymore donuts in here?
Gale: Move it Kenny.
Kenny: Theyíre not letting anybody in.
Gale: Iím not just anybody.
Kenny: Bitch goddess.
Gale: Kenny, are we on?
Kenny: Yeah! Go!
(Gale talks to a camera.)
Gale: Hi! Gale Weathers reporting live from Woodsboro police station hoping to get a glimpse of Sidney Prescott.
Police Officer: Hey watch it lady.
Gale: Hey, watch the hair, donít you know who your dealing with?
Billy: Tell them, come on dad, tell them.
Police Officer: Heís waiting for the lawyer, Billy.
(A police takes Billy away, Sidney cant face him, and she starts to cry.)
Billy: Sidney, Sidney, come on, you know me! Sidney look at me, come on!
Tatum: Sid, we are going to get you out of here okay? Are you okay?
(Off to the side)
(Dewey is talking to the Sheriff about the costume.)
Dewey: They sell this costume in every five and dime in the state. There is no way we can track the purchase.
Sheriff Burke: What about the cellular phone bill?
Dewey: Weíre pulling Loomisís account we wonít know anything till morning.
Tatum: Oh come on!
Dewey: Think he did it?
Sheriff Burke: Twenty years ago, I wouldíve said ďnot a chanceĒ, be these kids today, damned if I know.
Tatum: Hey Dewey can we go yet?
Dewey: Just a minute.
Tatum: God damn it Dewey.
Dewey: What did mom tell you? When I wear this badge you treat me as a man of the law.
Tatum: Iím sorry Deputy-Dewey-Boy but, we are ready to go now ok?
Police Officer: Whoa!
Sheriff Burke: Take them out the back way to avoid that circus out there.
Dewey: Come on.
Tatum: Donít touch me.
Dewey: That was my superior.
Tatum: The janitor's your superior.
(Police Officers chuckle at Tatum treating Deputy Dewey like a little boy.)
Sheriff Burke: Letís get back to work!
Gale: Isnít there a back way out of this place?
Kenny: Yeah, down that alley I think.
(Sidney, Tatum and Dewey come out of the Police Station in a dark alley.)
Dewey: You guys stay here, Iím going to get the car. Donít move, Donít make a sound.
(Gale comes around the corner and spots them.)
Gale: There she is, Sidney! Hi! Thatís some night. What happened? Are you alright?
Tatum: Sheís not answering any questions. Just leave us alone.
(Sidney pushes through Tatum to Gale.)
Sidney: No Tatum. Itís okay. Sheís just doing her job. Right Gale?
Gale: (smiles) Yes, thatís right.
Sidney: Howís the book?
Gale: Well, itíll be out later this year.
Sidney: Iíll look for it.
Gale: Iíll send you a copy!
(Sidney punches Gale, she falls backwards.)
Kenny: Jeez. Nice Shot.
(Tatumís House Ė Tatumís Room)
Tatum: God I loved it! ďIíll send you a copy.Ē BAM bitch went down! ďIíll send you a copy.Ē BAM! Sid, Super Bitch! You are so cool!
(Dewey enters Tatum's room holding a bag of ice.)
Dewey: I thought you might want some ice for that right hook.
Sidney: (takes the ice) Thanks.
Dewey: Iíll be right next door. Try to get some sleep.
(Tatum makes a face, and Dewey leaves.)
Tatum: Do you really think Billy did it?
Sidney: He was there Tatum.
Tatum: He was destined to have a flaw, I knew he was too perfect.
(Mrs. Riley comes in the room.)
Mrs. Riley: Telephone honey.
Tatum: Who is it?
Mrs. Riley: Itís for Sid.
Tatum: Take a message.
Sidney: Iíll get it. My dad?
Mrs. Riley: I donít think so.
(Sidney walks out of the room to get the phone.)
Mom: How she doing?
(Tatum indicates she's not sure.)
(Sidney picks up the phone.)
Man: (on phone) Hello Sidney.
(Tatum comes running.)
Man: (on phone) Poor Billy - boyfriend. An innocent guy doesnít stand a chance with you.
Sidney: Leave me alone.
Man: (on phone) Lookís like you fingered the wrong guy again!
Sidney: Who are you?
(Mrs. Riley begins knocking on Deweyís door.)
Mrs. Riley: Dewey?
Tatum: Hang up Sid!
Man: (on phone) Youíll find out soon enough I promise.
(They both hang up. Dewey comes out of his room.)
Tatum: (to Sidney) What? What?
Dewey: What? (Trying to sound macho, he picks up the phone.) Hello?
(Kitchen Ė Morning)
(The TV is on.)
Reporter: (on TV) Sidney Prescott escaped a vicious attack last night. Sidney is the daughter of Maureen Prescott who was brutally killed last year by convicted murderer Cotton Weary broke into their home and savagely raped and tortured the deceased. Cotton Weary is now waiting appeal for the death sentence handed down by young Sidney after she testified against him. She was the key witness in the stateís case against....
(The TV gets turned off.)
Sidney: Itís never going to stop is it?
Dewey: Billy was released. His cellular phone bill was clean, he didnít make those calls. We are checking every cellular account in the county. Any calls made to you or Casey Becker are being cross- referenced. Itís gonna take some time.
(Tatum looks at Sidney.)
(Dewey drives up with Sidney and Tatum in the car. They all get out.)
Dewey: Donít worry, Sid. Itís school youíll be safe here.
(Sidney and Tatum start to walk up to the school when an obnoxious reporter runs up to them and starts to ask Sidney questions.)
Reporter: So howís it feel to be almost brutally butchered?
Dewey: Leave her alone!
Reporter: We have a right to know.
Dewey: Leave her alone.
Reporter: How does it feel?
Dewey: She just wants to get an education.
(Sidney and Tatum start walking to the school again, when Sidney sees something and stops Tatum.)
Sidney: Just a sec.
(Sidney walks over to the news van were Gale is. Sheís trying to cover up the black eye Sidney gave her.)
Gale: Stop right there.
Sidney: Iím not here to fight, I need to talk.
Gale: Kenny! Camera! Now!
Sidney: Off the record, no camera.
Gale: Forget it!
Sidney: Please, you owe me!
Gale: I owe you shit!
Sidney: You owe my mother!
(Gale signals for Kenny to put away the camera.)
Gale: Your motherís murder was last yearís hottest court case. Someone was going to write a book about it.
Sidney: Right, but it had to be you with all your lies and bullshit theories.
Gale: What is your problem? You got what you wanted. Cotton Weary is in jail theyíre gonna gas him. A bookís not gonna change that.
Sidney: Do you still think heís innocent?
Gale: Your testimony put him away, it doesnít matter what I think.
Sidney: During the trial you did all those stories about me calling me a liar?
Gale: I think you falsely identified him, yes.
Sidney: Have you talked to Cotton?
Gale: Many times.
Sidney: And has his story changed?
Gale: Not one word. He admits to having sex with your mother but, thatís all.
Sidney: Heís lying! She would have never touched him. He raped her and then he butchered her. Her blood was all over his coat.
Gale: He was drunk that night. He left his coat at your house after your mother seduced him.
Sidney: I saw him leave wearing it.
Gale: No! You saw someone wearing that coat...The same someone planting it in Wearyís car. Framing him!
Sidney: No! Cotton murdered my mother.
Gale: (realizes) Your not so sure anymore are you?
(Tatum comes over.)
Tatum: Nice welt sweetie. Letís go Sid.
Gale: Those murders are related.
(Sidney turns to walk away.)
Sidney: Iím sorry I mangled your face.
Gale: Sidney donít go.
Tatum: Just stop all right.
(Tatum and Sidney head for the school. Gale turns to Kenny.)
Gale: Jesus Christ. An innocent man on death row, A killerís still on the loose, Kenny tell me I am dreaming.
Kenny: You wanna go live?
Gale: Not so fast, we donít have anything concrete.
Kenny: You canít just sit on it.
Gale: I know. Thatís why we need proof. If I am right, I could save a manís life. Do you know what that could do to my book sales?
(Kenny is unimpressed.)
(School Ė Hallway)
(Stu, Tatum, and Sidney are by Tatumís locker.)
Sidney: This is a mistake, I shouldnít be here.
Tatum: I want you to meet me here right after class. Okay Sid?
Sidney: Alright. (to Stu) Havenít seen Billy around. Is he really pissed?
Stu: Oh you mean after you branded him the Candyman? No his heart is broken.
(Tatum hits Stu.)
(A guy in a Father Death costume runs down the corridor and past Sidney, and she jumps.)
Sidney: Why are they doing this?
Stu: Are you kidding? Itís like Christmas.
Tatum: Stupidity Leak!
(Tatum hits Stu with a lolli-pop.)
Stu: Take it easy.
(Sidney takes off down the hall crying.)
(Sidney rounds the corner and runs into Billy.)
Billy: Itís just me. (Sidney backs away, slowly.) Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, you still think its me, donít you?
Sidney: No, no I donít Itís just that someone was there. Someone was there Billy. Someone was trying to kill me.
Billy: I know, the police said I must of scared him off.
Sidney: I know, he called me again last night at Tatumís house.
(Billy holds up his hands revealing ink on his fingers.)
Billy: See, It couldnít be me. I was in jail, remember.
Sidney: Iím so sorry, please understand.
Billy: Understand what? That I have a girlfriend who would rather accuse me of a being a psychopathic killer than touch me.
Sidney: You know thatís not true.
Billy: Then what is it?
Sidney: What is it? Billy, I was attack and nearly filleted last night.
Billy: I mean between us. You havenít been the same since your mother died.
Sidney: Is your brain leaking? My mom was killed! I canít believe you are bringing this up.
Billy: Itís been a year.
Sidney: One year, one year tomorrow.
Billy: I think itís time you got over that. When my mom left my dad, I accepted it. Thatís how it is. Sheís not coming back.
Sidney: Your parents split up! Not the same thing. Your mom left town, sheís not lying in a coffin somewhere.
Billy: Okay, Okay, Iím sorry, Itís a bad analogy. Itís just that I want my girlfriend back. (Sidney runs down the hall.) SID!!
Sidney: (turns back) Iím sorry that my traumatized life has been an inconvenience to your perfect existence.
Billy: What? What? Nobody said that Sid. (Sidney runs off.) (to himself) STUPID!
(Mr. Himbry is yelling at the two pranksters.)
Mr. Himbry: You make me sick. Your entire havok-enducing, thieving, whoring generation disgusts me. So 2 of your fellow students were just savagely murdered and this is the way you show your compassion and sensitivity. Huh? Let me tell you something. (He thinks) Youíre both expelled! Get out!
(Himbry cuts up the mask.)
Kid #1: Come on, Mr. Himbry thatís not fair.
Mr. Himbry: Your absolutely right. Itís not fair. Fairness would be to rip your insides out. Hang you from a tree so we can expose you for the heartless desensitized little shits that you are.
(Sidney places her bag on one of the sinks, and starts to wipe away the tears. Then she hears 2 girls talking, and realizes that they are talking about her, and hides in one of the stalls.)
Girl #1: She was never attacked, I think she made it all up.
Girl #2: Why would she lie about it.
Girl #1: For attention. The girl has some serious issues. What if she did it, what if Sidney killed Casey and Steve?
Girl #2: Why would she do that?
Girl #1: Maybe she had the hots for Steve and killed them both in a jealous rage.
Girl #2: What would Sidney want with Steve? She has her own bubble-butt boyfriend, Billy.
Girl #1: Maybe sheís a slut just like her mother.
(Sidney starts to cry in the stall.)
Girl #2: You're evil.
Girl #1: Please, Itís a common fact, her mother was a tramp.
Girl #2: Cut her some slack, she watched her mom get butchered.
Girl #1: And it fucked her up royally. Think about it, her mothers death left her disturbed and hostile in a cruel and inhumane world. Sheís delusion. Whereís God etc. Sheís completely suicidal. One day she snaps, wants to kill herself but, finds out that teen suicide is out this year and homicide is a more healthier, therapeutic expression.
Girl #2: Where do you get this shit?
Girl #1: Ricki Lake.
Girl #2: You are pathetic!
(The girls leave the bathroom and Sidney walks out of the stall.)
Sidney: (to herself) Pathetic.
(She hears a faint whisper.)
Sidney: Is someone there?
(She looks up at a vent, she's relieved.)
(She hears it again, louder. She jumps down on the ground and looks at each stall, she sees a man step down onto the floor and slip on a cloak. Sidney starts to run and falls down and slides out of the bathroom, narrowly escaping the evil trying to get at her.)
Reporter: In what appears to be a prank, several students have been seen wearing scary masks. School officials have yet to comment. This is known to be the same costume worn by the killer. 17 year old Casey Becker and her boyfriend Stephen Orith have already lost their lives. Whoís next?
(Gale runs up to Dewey.)
Gale: Hi! Gale Weathers, field correspondent, Top Story.
Dewey: I know who you are Miss Weathers. Howís the eye?
Gale: Productive! Is there a problem on campus?
Dewey: No, everything is under control.
Gale: (smiles) Of course, you're here.
Dewey: You're not supposed to be here.
Gale: I know, Iím supposed to be in New York covering the Sharon Stone stalker. But who knew? You look awfully young to be a police officer.
Dewey: Iím 25 years old.
Gale: You know, in a demographic study, I prove to be most popular in males 11 - 24. I guess I just missed you. Of course you donít look a day older than 12. Except in that upper torso area. Does the force require you to work out?
Dewey: No ma'am. Cause of my boyish looks, muscle masses has increased to my acceptance as a serious police officer.
(Dewy and Gale turn their heads toward a PA speaker.)
Mr. Himbry: (on PA) I need your attention now, kids. Due to the recent events that have just occurred, effective immediately classes will be suspended until further notice. The Woodsboro police department has issued a city wide curfew beginning at 9:00 tonight.
Gale: Looks like weíve got a serial killer on our hands.
Dewey: Serial killerís not really accurate. You got to knock off a couple more to get that title.
Gale: We can hope canít we? (Dewey looks kinda surprised and worried at the same time.) I mean we donít have certainly any leads. Have you located Sidneyís father?
Dewey: No, not yet.
Gale: Heís not a suspect is he?
Dewey: Well, we havenít ruled him out as a possibility. If you excuse me.
(Dewey starts towards the doors of the school.)
Gale: Iím sorry, am I keeping you?
Dewey: If I may say so Miss Weathers you are much prettier in person.
Gale: So, you do watch the show.
Dewey: Iím 25, I was 24 for a whole year.
Gale: Please, call me Gale!
(Sidney and Tatum walk along.)
Tatum: It was just some sick fuck having a laugh, Sid.
Sidney: No, it was him Tatum. I know it.
Tatum: Youíre not going to pee anymore alone. If you pee, I pee. Is that clear?
(Stu walks up to them.)
Stu: Kizzo, Kaskizoo is out, I donít know what you did Sidney, but on behalf of the entire school we say ďThank you!Ē
Tatum: Drop it, Stu!
Stu: I say... an improntu party tonight at my house to celebrate this fiesta. What do you say?
Sidney: Are you serious?
Stu: If this little vixen doesnít invite the entire world weíll be okay. Intimate gathering, Intimate friends.
Tatum: What do you say Sid? I mean pathos could have itís perks.
Stu: Totally protected. Yo, I am so buff. Iíve got you covered, girl.
Tatum: Come on Sid, for me? It will be fun.
Sidney: Okay, whatever.
Stu: Yeah? Nice. Cool, you guys bring food alright?
(He jogs off.)
(Principle Himbry is playing with one of the masks, putting it on and pretending to scare someone in the mirror. There is a knock on the door.)
Mr. Himbry: Yes? Hello?
(He opens door, sees no-one, walks around office, looking around. Opens another door.)
Mr. Himbry: Damn little shits.
Fred: What did you call me?
(Principle looks over the Fred, the janitor, who happens to wear a stripped shirt that closely resembles Freddy Krugarís.)
Mr. Himbry: Not you Fred.
(Himbry walks back into his office. He shuts door, just as the killer comes out from behind it and runs at him.)
Mr. Himbry: Aaah! Aaaah! Uhh!
(The killer stabs Himbry continually.)
(Tatumís House Ė Porch)
Tatum: What if Cotton Weary is telling the truth? Maybe he was having an affair with your mom. I mean your dad is always out of town on business. Maybe your mom was just a very unhappy woman.
Sidney: If they were having an affair, how come Cotton couldnít prove it in court?
Tatum: Well, you canít prove a rumor. Thatís why itís called a rumor.
Sidney: Right, created by that tabloid twit, Gale Weathers.
Tatum: It goes farther back, Sid. Thereís been talk of other men.
Sidney: And you believe it?
Tatum: Well, you can only hear that Richard Gere gerbil story so many times before you got to start believing it. Oh, Iím sorry.
Sidney: Y-You know if I was wrong about Cotton Weary, the killerís still on the loose.
Tatum: Donít go there, Sid. Your starting to sound like some Wes Carpenter flick or something. Donít freak yourself out, we got a long night in front of us. Okay? Letís boogie.
(The camera delves into Tatum's garden, and closes up on a shaded spot where a lot of trees are, then the killer runs in between two trees.)
(The place is jammed with people.)
TV: ITíS ALIVE! HENRY! IN THE NAME OF GOD! NOW - I - KNOW!
(Randy slides down aisle on cart holding videos.)
Man #1: Excuse me, dude.
(Randy bumps into some guy.)
Man #2: Watch it, Jerk!
(Randy makes it look like heís putting videos away, and grabs a whole handful, then Stu knocks them all over.)
Stu: Oh sorry.
Randy: Ohhh. Dork.
Stu: Jesus, this place is phat tonight.
Randy: We had a run in the mass murder section.
Stu: You coming to my fiesta?
Randy: Yeah, Iím off early cause curfew you know.
(A girl walks up to Randy.)
Girl: Whatís that werewolf movie with E.T.ís mom in it?
Randy: ĎThe Howlingí, horror, straight ahead.
(Randy looks over his shoulder and spots Billy.)
Randy: Now, thatís in bad taste.
Randy: If you were the only suspect in a senseless bloodbath, would you be standing in the horror section?
(They both look at Billy.)
Stu: What? It was just a misunderstanding. He didnít do anything.
Randy: Your such a little lap dog. Heís got killer printed all over his forehead.
Stu: Oh really, How come the cops let him go, smart guy?
Randy: Cause they obviously they donít watch enough horror movies. This is standard horror movie stuff. ĎProm Nightí revisited.
Stu: Yeah? Why would he want to kill his own girlfriend?
Randy: Thereís always some stupid bullshit reason to kill your girlfriend.
Randy: Thatís the beauty of it all, simplicity. Besides if you get too confusing you lose your target audience.
Stu: Well, whatís his reason?
Randy: Maybe Sidney wouldnít have sex with him?
Stu: What? Is she saving herself for you?
Randy: Maybe. Now that Billy tried to mutilate her, do you think Sid would go out with me?
Stu: NO, I DONíT AT ALL! NO! You know who I think it is? I think itís her Father. Why canít they find her pops, Man?
Randy: Because heís probably DEAD! His body will come poppin up in the last reel or something. Eyes gouged out, fingers cut off, teeth knocked out! The police are always off track with this shit!
Randy: If they watched Prom Night, theyíd save time. (People are beginning to look at them funny.) Thereís a formula to it. A VERY SIMPLE FORMULA! EVERYBODY'S A SUSPECT!
(Everyone in the store looks at them, Stu pretends that Randy is mad.)
Randy: Iím telling you, The dadís a red herring. Itís Billy!
(Billy comes up behind and grabs Randy by the collar.)
Billy: How do we know itís not your not the killer, huh? Huh?
Randy: Hi Billy.
Billy: Maybe your movie freaked mind lost its reality button. Ever think of that?
Randy: Youíre absolutely right Iím first to admit it. If this was a scary movie I would be the chief suspect.
Stu: What would be your motive?
Randy: Itís the Millennium. Motives are incidental.
Billy: ďMillenniumĒ hmmÖI like that. Thatís good. Millennium. Good kid. (walks off)
Stu: ďMillenniumĒ, good word my man.
Randy: (watches Billy leave) You're telling me thatís not a killer.
(Dewey, Tatum and Sidney walk down the street. Town is basically empty. People are leaving and going home, all in fear of the killer is the midst.)
Sidney: Sure is quiet. God, look at this place. Itís the town of the ďDreaded Sun DownĒ.
Dewey: I saw that movie. It was about a killer in Texas huh?
Tatum: Hey Sid, just think if they make movie about you? Whoís gonna play you?
Sidney: I shudder to think.
Dewey: I see you as a young Meg Ryan myself.
Sidney: Thanks Dewey, with my luck I'd get Tori Spelling.
Dewey: Iím just gonna be a few minutes. You girls donít go far.
(Tatum and Sidney go inside.)
Sidney: Is Billy gonna be there tonight?
Tatum: Heíd better not. I told Stu to keep his mouth shut. I think we can live without the endorphin rush for one night.
Sidney: Billyís right. Whenever he touches me, I canít relax.
Tatum: So you have a few intimacy issues as a result of your motherís untimely death. Thatís no big deal, Sid. Youíll thaw out.
(Tatum grabs a tub of strawberry ice cream from the freezer and closes the glass door.)
Sidney: Yeah, but he has been so patient with all the sex stuff. How many guys would put up with a girl thatís sexually anorexic?
Tatum: Billy and his penis donít deserve you. Alright?
(As they walk off, a reflection of the killer is seen in the glass door walking past aisle.)
(Dewey runs over to the Sheriff.)
Sheriff Burke: Dewey, where the hell have you been?
Dewey: I was keeping an eye on Sidney uhÖ(He sees that the Sheriff is smoking.) Thought you quit?
Sheriff Burke: I did but damn itóDewey, Vital Phone just faxed us. Those phone calls are listed to Neal Prescott, Sidneyís father. He made those calls with the cellular phone, itís been confirmed.
Dewey: Thereís no way a cellular could be cloned?
Sheriff Burke: Thereís more, guess what tomorrow is. (pause) The anniversary of his wifeís death. Weíll keep the road blocks and curfew in effect through the night. If heís not picked up by morning, weíll do a house-to-house. Whereís Sidney?
Dewey: Sheís with my sister. Do you want me to bring her in?
Sheriff Burke: Nah. Not just yet. Letís find Neal first, make sure heís our man. You stay close to Sidney. Donít let her out of your sight.
Dewey: Yes Sir.
(Stuís House Ė Outside)
(Dewey drives up with Tatum and Sidney. Galeís news van follows behind, secretly.)
Dewey: Alright you girls have fun, Not too much fun or Iíll bust ya. Bye Sid.
(Tatum and Sydney walk into the party.)
Tatum: Here kids. (She drops bags of food onto the counter in the kitchen. Stu is funneling beer into the mouth of one of the boys who was suspended.) Oh thatís mature.
Stu: Youíre tardy for the party so we started without you. Oh my man.
(Outside Ė News Van)
Kenny: Were we spotted?
Gale: I donít think so, go get the camera.
(Dewey walks up and both Gale and Kenny jump.)
Dewey: Iím sorry, I didnít mean to scare ya.
Gale: Deputy, thatís okay.
Dewey: So what brings you to these parts?
Gale: Well, you never know when or where a story will break.
Dewey: Not much of a story here just a bunch of kids cutting it loose.
Gale: Then what are you doing here?
Dewey: Just keeping an eye on things. Iím gonna take the party on.
Gale: Do you mind if I join you?
Dewey: Not at all.
Gale: Let me get my coat. (Kenny hands Gale a small camera.) Thanks. Alright.
Dewey: Iím fine. Oh yeah.
(Inside Ė Living Room)
Randy: How many "Evil Dead?" One? Two? How many "Hellraiser?"
Stu: Hellraiser right here.
Sidney: The Fog, Terror Train, Prom Night. How come Jamie Lee Curtis is in all of these movies?
Randy: Sheís the Scream Queen!
Stu: With a set of lungs like that she should be. Yeah.
Tatum: Tits, see?
(The doorbell rings.)
Stu: Oh, Iíll get it. Hey Tate, grab another beer will ya? Thereís beer in the garage. (Heads to the front door.)
Tatum: What am I? The Beer Wench?
Randy: She was nominated for Terror Train.
Sidney: Oh yeah?
(Stu comes back into room.)
Stu: Youíll never believe whoís here! Itís that chic from Top Story!
(Dewey and Gale walk in, Sidney makes face.)
Dewey: Youíre under age son... (He takes the beer for a kid) ...Iím kidding have a good time.
Tatum: Dewey? (pulls him aside) What is she doiní here?
Dewey: Sheís with me. Iím just checking things out.
Tatum: So you did. Now leave and take your media mouth with you.
(Girls start talking with Gale as Tatum heads to the garage.)
Girl #1: I just think you're awesome.
Gale: Oh thank you very much.
Girl #2: I watch your show religiously.
Gale: Thatís great.
Randy: I need a camera.
(Gale slips in a secret camera by the VCR to monitor the party from the van.)
Sidney: Have you found my father?
Dewey: Iím afraid not.
Sidney: Should I be worried?
Dewey: Not yet.
(Tatum walks in and goes over to the fridge to get some beer.)
Tatum: Mmmm... (A shovel and other garden tools falls over and a cat runs away. She jumps though.) Jesus! Tatum itís okay. (She moves to go back into the party with all the beer, but she discovers the door is locked.) Shit! (calling to the others) Hey Shitheads! (She tries turning the lights on, but they donít work, so she flicks the other switch and the garage door opens, so she starts to go out the garage door. The door closes in front of her, she looks back to see the costumed killer.) Hello? Shit, Piss. Is that you Randy? (The killer shakes his head.) Cute, what movie is this from? ĎI spit on your garageí? (The killer just stares at her.) Lose the costume, if Sidney sees it sheíll flip. (The killer shakes his head again.) Oh, you wanna play psycho killer? (The killer nods his head.) Can I be the helpless victim? (The killer nods his head again.) Okay letís see, On no Mr. Ghostface donít kill me I want to be in the sequel. Cut Casper thatís a wrap. (She tries to walk past him but he wonít let her.) Randy, what the hell are you doing? (The Killer cuts her arm and she drops the beer.) Ahhh! Stop! (She walks back and falls down onto a chair, the killer chases her... She gets up and runs past the fridge, and opens the freezer door which slams into her face. The killer falls to the ground... She runs, and picks up some beer bottles and throws them at the man.) Fucker! (She runs over to the doggy door and tries to get through. The killer, seeing his/her golden oppurtunity, flicks the switch which opens the door. Tatum is lifted into the void air. She looks up.) Ahhh! No! No!
(Her head is squashed in the roof. She dangles lifelessly. The killer looks at her, then opens the door and enters the house.)
(Sidney is looking for Tatum.)
Stu: Happy Curfew!
Boy #1: Nice party, Stu.
Sidney: TATUM come on! Do you know where she is?
(Billy comes up and scares them.)
Sidney: Oh Billy, Hey!
Stu: Mmm.... Billy. What are you doing here?
Billy: I was hoping to talk to Sidney alone.
Sidney: You know if Tatum sees you sheíll draw blood.
Stu: You know, why donít you guys go up to my parents bedroom? So you guys can talk, whatever.
Billy: Subtlety Stu, you should look it up.
Sidney: No itís okay we need to talk.
(Billy hits Stu and he and Sidney head upstairs.)
Stu: Ooh! Ow!
Randy: (walks up) Whatís leatherface doing here?
Stu: Cute. He came to make up.
Randy: There goes my chance with Sid. Damn it.
Stu: As if, thatís all Iím going to say, as if.
Randy: Oh really Alicia? ďAs ifĒ Iím going to check on them.
(Outside Ė News Van)
(Gale is going back to the van. Kenny is trying to get the monitor to work.)
Kenny: Come on! (Gale enters the van.) You are a genius. (He notices Gale still on the monitor.) Oh shit!
Kenny: I got a delay.
Gale: How long is it?
Kenny: I donít know.
Kenny: What did it take you to walk from the house? 30 seconds?
Gale: Itíll be fine. Just record it. Oh, the placement is perfect. Tell me Kenneth?
Gale: Has a cheesy tabloid journalist ever won the Pulitzer?
Kenny: First time for everything.
Gale: You're god damn right.
(Inside Ė Bedroom)
(Billy and Sidney are talking.)
Billy: So um... So...Iím sorry, Iíve been selfish and I want to apologize.
Sidney: No Billy, I - I am the one whoís been selfish and self-absorbed with all of this post traumatic stress.
Billy: You lost your mom!
Sidney: Yeah, I know but your right. Enough is enough. I canít wallow in the grief process forever and I canít keep lying to myself about who my mother was. Yeah I think, Iím really scared. That Iím gonna turn out just like her you know? Like the bad seed or something and I know it doesnít make any sense.
Billy: Yeah it does. hmm...Itís like Jodie Foster in Silence of the Lambs when she keeps having flashbacks of her dead father.
Sidney: But this is life. Itís not a movie.
Billy: Sure it is Sid. Itís all.. it is all... Itís just one big movie. Only you canít pick your genre.
Sidney: Why canít I be a Meg Ryan movie or even a good porno.
Sidney: You heard me.
Billy: Are you sure?
Sidney: Yeah I think so.
(They begin to make out.)
(Randy and friends are watching "Halloween".)
Randy: Look, Look, Look here it comes!
Boy #1: Whoa Ohh!
Boy #2: Why do they do that? The blood is all wrong. Itís too red.
Randy: Wait, here comes another.
Boy #1: Ooh, yes yes. Predictable, I knew he was going to bite it.
Boy #2: How can you watch this shit over and over?
Stu: I wanna see Jamie Leeís breasts. When will we see Jamie Leeís breasts?
Randy: Breasts? Not until ďTrading PlacesĒ in Ď83. Jamie was always the virgin in horror movies. She never showed her tits until she went legit.
Girl #1: Could afford a decent pair.
Randy: Wh-what did you say? Thatís why she always out smarted the killer in the big chase scene at the end. Only virgins can do that, donít you know the rules?
Stu: What rules?
Randy: (jumps up) Jesus Christ, you donít know the rules?!
Stu: Have an aneurysm why donít you!
Randy: There are certain rules you must abide by in order to successfully survive a horror movie. For instance. #1 You can never have sex. Big no-no Big no-no.
Stu: Iíd be a dead man.
Randy: Sex equals death okay? #2 You can never drink or do drugs. No E sin factor. This is sin. Itís an extension of number 1. #3 Never never ever under any circumstances do you ever say ĎIíll be right backí cause you wonít be back.
Stu: Iím getting another beer you want one?
Randy: Yeah sure.
Stu: Iíll be right back!
Randy: You push the laws and you end up dead. Iíll see you in the kitchen with a knife.
(Outside Ė News Van)
(Gale and Kenny are watching the monitor.)
Gale: Errr... boring.
(They both get a scare when Dewey knocks on the door.)
Dewey: The sheriff just radioed. Somebody just reported a car in the bushes down the road. Iím gonna go check it out. Would you care to join me?
Gale: Iíd love to. If you're sure itís alright?
Dewey: Ma'am, Iím the deputy of this town.
Gale: Be right back.
Dewey: W-- excuse me ma'am.
Dewey: I thought maybe weíd walk. Itís such a nice night out. I got a flashlight. (He flashes it on his face.) You're not scared are you?
Gale: (smiles) No. All right.
Dewey: Great. Do you know what that constellation is?
Gale: No, what is it?
Dewey: I donít know, thatís why I was asking you.
Boy #1: What happened to Tatum, Stu?
Stu: She probably got pissed at me and bailed.
(Stu hugs a girl, a guy gets mad.)
Stu: No. Iím just kidding.
Randy: Look! Here comes the obligatory tit shot.
Boy #1 and #2: Yes! Oh! Beautiful! Lovely! Oh my god!
Girl #1: Iíll leave you guys alone.
(Billy and Sidney are having sex.)
Billy: You are so amazing.
(The phone rings and Randy answers it.)
Randy: Hello? Yeah? Holy Shit! No. (He hangs up.) Listen up! They found Principal Himbry dead. He was gutted and hung on the goal post in the football field.
(There is a brief pause before the other 2 boys jump up.)
Boys: What are we waiting for? Letís go before they pry him down. Where did he say he was? The football field.
Randy: Come on! Where you guys going? We were just getting to the good part!
Boys: Whoo! Hi Ho Silver! Letís Go!
(Dewey and Gale are walking along.)
Gale: So, is Dewey your real name?
Dewey: No. Itís Dwight.
Gale: Dwight? (giggles) Iím sorry.
Dewey: No itís alright. Itís just something I got stuck with a long time ago.
Gale: Well, I like it. Itís sexy.
Gale: (nods) Mhmm
Dewey: Itís just this townís way of not taking me serious.
Gale: What about Gale Weathers? It sounds like Iím a meteorologist or something. People treat me like Iím the anti-Christ of television journalism.
Dewey: I donít think you're that bad.
Gale: No? I think thatís just because you kinda like me.
(Some cars are coming up on them from behind, going fast.)
Dewey: They are sure coming fast. SLOW DOWN! FREEZE! JUMP! (They jump and roll down a hill.) Iím sorry are you okay?
(They start to kiss.)
Dewey: Iím sorry Iím on duty.
(Gale looks over her shoulder.)
Gale: Is that what your looking for?
Dewey: My whole life. (Gale laughs and turns his head towards something in the bushes.) Damn.
Gale: What? What is it?
Dewey: This is Neal Prescottís car.
Gale: Sidneyís father?
Dewey: Yeah. Jesus, whatís he doing here? We gotta get back.
(Stuís House Ė Bedroom)
(Sidney and Billy are getting dressed.)
Billy: You okay?
Sidney: Yeah, yeah Iím fine. (She looks at phone.) Whoíd you call?
Sidney: UmÖWellÖwhen your arrested you are allowed a phone call. I was just curious, whoíd you call?
Billy: I called my dad.
Sidney: No, I saw Sheriff Burke call your dad. I saw him.
Billy: Yeah, but when I called there wasnít an answer.
(Billy looks at her for a bit, and realizes.)
Billy: You still donít think itís me do you?
Sidney: No, No! I was just thinking if it was you it would be a clever way to throw me off track. You know to use your one phone call to call me so I wouldnít think it was you. That is all.
Billy: Really? What do I have to do to prove to you I am not a killer?
(Sidney looks into his very serious eyes.)
Sidney: Oh my god. (She sees a shadow on the door, and then sees the killer walk in.) Oh my god!!
Sidney: Billy, watch out!
(Billy spins around, but it's too late, the killer slashes his chest. Billy turns around and looks at Sidney.)
Billy: Ahhh! Ahhh! SID!
Sidney: No! (The killer then goes after her.) Shit! (She jumps over the bed and out the door.)
(Sidney runs through a lot of rooms, and then finally runs into the attic.)
(Sidney keeps the door close by putting a surfboard across it to cover it. She runs to the window and sees the news van.)
Sidney: Help! HELP!
(She opens the window and climbs out. She stands out on the roof in the cold night looking for a way to get onto the ground and get to the news van. The killer gets through the blockage and grabs Sidney. She fights him/her off her and she falls and lands onto a boat in Stu's drive way.)
(Sidney looks up and sees the killer isn't at the window no more. As her eyes come back down to eye level, she spots Tatum, hanging from the doggy door, dead. Covering her mouth, she starts to cry, but runs to the news van.)
Sidney: Help me somebody help me. HELP ME!
(Randy is the only person still at the house. Heís very drunk and still watching that movie.)
Randy: NO JAMIE WATCH OUT! Watch out Jamie you know heís around. You you know. Look there he is I told you. Heís right around the corner. (The killer enters the room and stands behind Randy.) J- J- Jamie look behind you, Jamie look behind you! Look behind you! Turn around, behind you! Behind you Jamie, Jamie turn around. Oh god, Yeah.
(Outside Ė News Van)
(Sidney runs up.)
Sidney: Help me! Help me! Let me in! The killerís after me. Heís in the house.
Kenny: Where wait! Thereís a camera in the house. Look!
(A frightened look goes across Kenny's face, he sees Father Death standing behind Randy, lifting up his hunting knife.)
Kenny: Oh my god! No, oh shit! Behind you kid!
Sidney: RANDY! Behind you. Look around!
(Kenny slides open the door to the news van, and sees the front door wide open.)
Kenny: Were on a 30 second delay. Oh my god.
(The killer runs up to Kenny and slits his throat. Kenny turns around and looks at Sidney, blood rushes out of his throat.)
(Sidney slams the door shut, but the killer manages to stab her in the shoulder area. She climbs through the van, and crawls out a small hole in the back of the van where leads and cables come out of the van. The killer tries, but cant get through.)
(Gale and Dewey run up to the van.)
Dewey: Is there a phone in the van?
Dewey: Lock yourself in it and call the sheriff for back up. Be careful!
(Dewey runs into the house. He walks slowly and carefully through the house.)
Dewey: Neal? Mr. Prescott?
(Outside Ė News Van)
Gale: Shit! Kenny, I need the cellular. Kenny? Kenny? (She notices the blood on the ground, and quickly jumps into the van. Gale dials a number.) 911.
(Randy runs past the window.)
Randy: Whatís going on? (Gale gets scared, and bashes him with the cellular.) Ooh! Aah!
(She turns on the van and notices a red substance on the windscreen. She tries to rub it off, but cant. Gale turns on the windscreen wipers, and it rubs off. She can see it's blood. She reverse's and breaks. Kenny flies onto the windscreen and Gale screams.)
Gale: Oh god! Oh! Oh God! Kenny, Iím sorry, but get the fuck off my windshield.
(Sidney tries to wave Gale down.)
Sidney: STOP! Oh god!
(Gale sees Sidney and swerves to miss her, and looses control. The news van slams into a tree. Thinking Gale was dead, Sidney runs back to the house.)
(Stuís House Ė Front Porch)
Sidney: Dewey! Dewey! Dewey, where are you? (Dewey stumbles out of the house.) Dewey?
(Dewey falls to the ground, with a knife in his back. Sidney runs to the police car.)
(Sidney gets in and locks the doors. She finds their are no keys.)
(The killer pops up and knocks on the window with his knife. Sidney looks up, and the killer reveals he has the keys to the car. The killer then disappears. Sidney turns on the radio.)
Radio: 7825 code 6 suspect at 105 N. Avenue 52.
Sidney: Hello! Help Me! Iím at Stu Macherís house on Turner Lane. Itís 261 Turner Lane. Please heís gonna try and kill me.
(The killer unlocks the car on several doors, distracting Sidney. He climbs in through the back and fights with Sidney, she punches him and runs out.)
(Sidney looks back to see he is not there. Randy runs up to her, followed by Stu.)
Randy: SIDNEY! SIDNEY! Jesus, we got to get the fuck out of here.
Sidney: Stop, right there!
(Sidney gets the gun from the supposedly dead Dewey.)
Randy: Donít shoot, Itís me. I found Tatum sheís dead. I think Stu did it!
Stu: Donít listen to him Sidney!
Sidney: Stay back!
Randy: Stu did it!
Stu: He killed Billy. He killed my Tatum. You did it. You killed my Tatum.
Randy: No, I didnít, you lied.
Stu: Sidney, baby, please give me that gun. Give me that gun. Christ man.
Randy: No he did it, Sid. He did it. He did it Sidney. Please, I didnít do it, He did it Sidney. Please Sidney. NO!
Sidney: FUCK YOU BOTH!
(Sidney slams the door shut and locks it.)
Randy: (os) No No SIDNEY! Open up he did it help me! Heís going crazy Sidney.
Sidney: GO AWAY! Leave me alone.
(Billy comes out on the top of the stairs, all bloody, he rolls down the stairs.)
Sidney: Oh B-B-, Are you okay? Okay? I thought you were dead.
Billy: Iím like a stuck pig but, I am alright. Iím okay.
Sidney: You're bleeding. Oh my god.
Billy: We got to get help.
Sidney: No, heís out there.
Billy: Give me the gun. Give me the gun. Itís okay.
(Sidney hands him the gun.)
(Billy opens the door and Randy runs in.)
Randy: Please. Help me!
Billy: Come in! Come in!
(Billy locks the door again.)
Randy: Stuís flipped out, heís gone mad!
(Billy smiles an evil smile.)
Billy: We all go a little mad sometimes.
(Billy aims the gun at Randy.)
Sidney: No No BILLY!
Randy: Oh fuck!
(Randy gets shot and flies backwards.)
Billy: Anthony Perkins, Psycho. Mmm. (He scratches his head with the gun. He then licks his fingers.) Corn syrup. The same stuff they used as pigís blood in Carrie.
(Stu walks in through the kitchen.)
Sidney: Stu. Help me please.
(Stu holds up a voice changer.)
Stu: Surprise Sidney.
Sidney: No ooh!
(Stu throws the voice changer to Billy.)
Billy: Oh now Whoa! Whatís the matter Sidney? It looks like youíve seen a ghost.
Sidney: Why are you doing this?
Stu: Itís all part of the game, Sidney.
Billy: Itís called guess how I am going to die!
Sidney: Fuck YOU!
Billy: NO NO NO we already played that game remember? You lost!
Stu: Itís a fun game, Sidney. See we ask you a question you get it wrong, boogyah, you die.
Billy: You get it right, you die!
Sidney: You're crazy, both of you!
Stu: Actually we prefer the term ďpsychoticĒ.
Sidney: Youíll never get away with this.
Billy: OH NO? Tell that to Cotton Weary. You wouldnít believe how easy he was to frame.
Stu: Watch a few movies, take a few notes, It was fun!
Sidney: NO! (She tries to run away.)
Stu: Where you going?
Sidney: Why? Why did you kill my mother? Why? WHY?
Billy: You hear that Stu? I think she wants a motive. I donít really believe in motives Sid. Did Norman Bates have a motive?
Billy: Did they ever really decide why Hannibal Lector like to eat people? I donít think so! Itís a lot scarier when there is no motive Sid. We did your mother a favor. That woman was a slut-bag whore who flashed her shit all over town, like she was Sharon Stone or something. Yeah, we put her out of her misery.
Stu: Letís face it Sid, your mother was no Sharon Stone. hmm?
Billy: Is that motive enough for you? How about thisÖyour slut mother was fucking my father. And sheís the reason my mom moved out and abandoned me. (Stu looks surprised.) Howís that for a motive? Maternal abandonment causes serious deviant behavior. It certainly fucked you up. It caused you to have sex with a psychopath.
Stu: Thatís right you gave it up. Your no longer a virgin Ooh! I said ďvirginĒ Whoops!! Now you got to die, those are the rules.
Billy: Letís pretend itís all one big scary movie. How do you think itís gonna end?
Stu: Oh! Oh! This is the greatest part youíre gonna love this! Yeah your gonna love this one. Itís a scream baby! Hold on a sec, Iíll be right back!
(Stu puts the gun down on the counter in the kitchen and walks out of the room.)
Billy: You know what time it is, Sid? Itís after midnight. Itís your momís anniversary. We killed her exactly one year ago today.
Stu: ATTENTION Oh..look what we have behind door #3, Sidney.
(Stu brings out Neal Prescott, tied up in thick tape.)
Sidney: Daddy. (She tries to get at her father.)
Billy: Whoa hold it. Thatís enough.
Stu: (talking through the voice changer) Guess we wonít be needing this anymore. Uh-huh. (Stu puts it in Neal's top pocket.) And oh look at this ring-ring wonít need this. (He also slips in Neal's mobile phone.)
Billy: Got the ending figured out yet, Sid?
Stu: Come on Sid, You think about it now, huh? Your daddyís the chief suspect we cloned his cellular. Evidence is all right there baby!
Billy: What if your father snapped? Your mothers anniversary set him off and he went on a killing spree. Killing everyone. Except for me and Billy we were left for dead. And then he kills you and shots himself in the head. Perfect ending.
Stu: I thought of that.
Billy: Watch this. Ready?
Stu: Yeah, Yeah, Yeah, baby, Right, get it up, yeah, baby, get it up, hit it. (Billy stabs him.) Good one man! Jesus! Oh shit, my turn!
Billy: Donít forget, stay to the side and donít go too deep.
Stu: Okay Iíll remember. (He stabs Billy.)
Billy: Ahh! Fuck! Fuck! God damn Stu!
Stu: Sorry Billy, I guess I got a little too zealous, huh?
Billy: Give me the knife.
Billy: Give me the knife! NOW!
Stu: You see Sid! Everybody dies but us. Everybody dies but us. We get to carry on and plan the sequel. Cause letís face it baby, cause these days you gotta have a sequel.
Sidney: You sick fucks have seen to many movies!
(Billy stabs Stu again.)
Billy: (still facing Stu) Sid, donít blame the movies. The movies donít create psychos, movies make psychos more creative.
Stu: Oh stop it Billy, would you? Alright? I canít take it anymore. Iím feeling a little woozy here!
Billy: Alright, Alright, get the gun and Iíll untie pops. Okay?
(Stu turns around.)
Stu: Um uh - - Houston we have a problem here.
Stu: The gun man, the gun I put it right here and itís not here.
Billy: Where the fuck is it?
(Gale comes in with the gun.)
Gale: Right here asshole.
Billy: Man, I thought she was dead!
Stu: She looked dead man! She still does!
Gale: Iíve got an ending for you. The reporter left for dead in the news van comes to. Stumbles on to you two dip shits. Finds the gun, foils your plan, and saves the day.
Sidney: I like that ending.
Billy: I know something you donít.
(Billy walks forward, and Gale tries to shoot him. Nothing happens. Billy kicks her out of the front door, and she hits a pole and falls unconscious onto the ground in a heaped pile next to Dewey.)
Stu: Yeah, Man!
Billy: Yeah, aw so sweet. It works better without the safety on. (He stands up and is ready to shoot Gale.) This is Gale Weathers signing off-
Stu: (turns to Sidney) Baby your gonna love this! (Sheís gone.) Shit!
Billy: What? Where are they? Where are they?
(Sidney and Neal are gone.)
Stu: I donít know but, Iím hurting man.
(The phone rings.)
Stu: Shall I let the machine get it?
Sidney: (using the voice changer) Are you alone in the house?
Billy: Bitch, you bitch, where the fuck are you?
Sidney: (using the voice changer) Not so fast I want to play a little game, it's called... (normal) ...guess who just called the police and reported your sorry mother fucking ass!
Billy: (to Stu) Find her you dipshit, get up!
Stu: I canít Billy. I think you cut me too deep. I think Iím dying here man.
Billy: (hands Stu the phone) Talk to her, Talk to her.
Sidney: Oh, Stu, Stu, Stu, whatís your motive? Billyís got one, the police are on their way. What are you going to tell them?
Stu: Peer pressure, Iím far too sensitive.
(Billy runs through the house, looking for her. He comes back and grabs the phone from Stu.)
Billy: Iím going to rip you up you bitch, just like your fucking mother.
Sidney: You got to find me first you pansy ass-mommaís boy.
(Billy hits Stu with the phone.)
Stu: Fuck! Oh you fucker you hit me with the phone, dick!
Billy: Fucker, where are you? You Fuck!
(Billy goes off looking for Sidney again, Stu picks up the phone.)
Stu: Did you really call the police?
Sidney: You bet your sorry ass I did.
Stu: (crying) My mom and dad are going to be so mad at me.
(Billyís looking for Sidney. Billy stops at a closet, he looks in and doesn't see anything. He turns away but looks back. Just then Sidney, in the killers costume, slams into Billy with an umbrella.)
Billy: Aaahh! Bitch! Aaaahhh! Aaaaaahhh! Aaaaahhhh!
(Billy falls to the floor, and Sidney takes of the mask. Just as Stu comes running out, attacking Sidney. Sidney hits Stu over the head with a vase.)
Stu: Ooh! My arm!
(The fight along the ground.)
(The fight moves into the living room. Sidney manages to get the upper hand and she stands up.)
Stu: I always had a thing for you Sid! Bitch!
Sidney: In your dreams!
(Sidney pushes a TV on Stu's head, and he dies, electrocuted.)
(Sidney walks out to the hall. Then Randy pops up and Sidney yells.)
Randy: Iím sorry, itís alright.
Sidney: Oh my god Randy I thought you were dead!
Randy: I probably should be, I never thought I would be so happy to be a virgin.
(Billy surprisingly punches Randy back out.)
Billy: Fucker! Say hello to your mother!
(Then Gale shoots Billy again, sending him falling back. Sidney helps Randy up.)
Sidney: Itís okay!
Gale: Guess I remembered the safety that time, you bastard!
Randy: Careful, this is the moment when the supposably dead killer comes back to life for one last scare.
(Billy's pops up and Sidney shoots Billy.)
Sidney: Not in my movie.
(Then Sidneyís dad bursts out of the closet. They all jump.)
Sidney: Dad. Randy, help me out!
(They pull off masking tape from his mouth.)
Mr. Prescott: Ow! Aah!
Sidney: You okay? Are you okay?
Mr. Prescott: Yeah.
(Outside Ė Dawn)
(The area is crawling with police.)
Ambulance: (to Dewey) Hang in there buddy? Alright? Over here sorry kid.
Dewey: Whereís Gale?
(Gale has gotten another cameraman and is preparing to go live.)
Gale: Okay, I think itís gonna go something like this, Just stay with me. (to camera) Hi this is Gale Weathers, with an exclusive eyewitness account of this amazing breaking story. Several more local teens are dead, bringing to the end of the harrowing mystery of the mass killing that has terrified this peaceful community like the plot of a some scary movie. It all began with a scream over 911 that ended in a bloodbath that has rocked the town of Woodsboro. All played out here in this peaceful farmhouse far from crimes and the sirens of larger cities that its residents fledÖ