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Hello?
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Hello, Admitting.
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This is Saperstein.
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Where is he?
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He's cleared Admitting?
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Right.
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Bring him in.
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He's coming.
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Good, good.
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Trent?
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John J.
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Put him in number nine.
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You son of a bitch.
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You, argh...
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- Don't.
- Heh.
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- Hang on to him.
- Don't!
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No.
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- No, no, no.
- Come on. Get him in there.
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No, not me!
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No, wait, wait.
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This is wrong.
Look, I'm sorry about the balls.
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It was a lucky shot, that's all.
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Wait!
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- Thank you.
- Wait!
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I'm not insane. You hear me?
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I'm not insane!

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I'm not if he's not!
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Oh, me neither. Me neither.
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I'm not insane!
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Me neither!
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I'm not insane!
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Yes, doctor? It worked...
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Oh, no.
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Not the Carpenters too.
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This is a rotten way to end it.
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<i>This is not the ending.
You haven't read it yet.</i>
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- Yes, just a minute.
- Here you are, doctor.
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Thank you.
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All right.

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- Came in this afternoon?
-Yes.
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How did you get here so fast?
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We've been monitoring admissions
through police and paramedic channels.
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- This one fit the symptoms.
-You think he's one of them?
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Mr. Saperstein, I promise you,
that's what I'm here to find out.
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Things must be getting pretty bad
out there...
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...to bring you fellas in, heh.
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- Is this it?
-Yes.
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- Did he make any requests?
-Just...
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...one.
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A, uh, single black crayon.
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- John?
-Hang on.
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What's up?
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My name is Dr. Wrenn.
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And I'm going to try
and get you out of here.
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After all my redecorating? Heh.
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No, I think I'll stay.
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There's a guard
with a pair of swollen testicles...
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...who swears you wanted out of here.
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I, uh... Well...
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...I've changed my mind.
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I see.
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The crosses are a nice touch.
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They'd almost have to keep you here once
they'd seen these wouldn't they, John?

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Got a smoke?
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You're waiting to hear about my them,
aren't you?
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Your what?
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My them.
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Oh, every paranoid schizophrenic
has one, a them, a they, an it.
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And you wanna hear about my them,
don't you?
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I want to know how you got here.
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Things are turning to shit out there,
aren't they?
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Let's talk about you.
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Your dime.
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I'm a...
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I was an insurance investigator,
freelance.
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Checked out funny claims, frauds,
the usual kind of thing.
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And lately, I'd been working
for a firm here in the city.
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And all of this started
with the disappearance.
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The Sutter Cane disappearance.
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It's a little hot in here, isn't it?
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It's boiling.
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How long I gotta be here?
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I mean,
I took care of all that paperwork.
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The check was supposed
to be here three weeks ago, right?
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Uh, isn't that right?
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Usually, that's the way it goes
but I just have a few final questions...
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...to ask about the fire.
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Pfft, more questions.
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I've answered all your questions.
I mean, enough's enough here.
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It was supposed to be cut and dried.
They told me.
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Look, I understand.
We'll be out of here in a minute.
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See, Robby here, he owns the company.
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And he's hired me to see
that things go smoothly, you understand?
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Oh, it's just a little thing, but, see,
Robby takes the view that it was you...
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...who burned down your own warehouse
on Northern Boulevard.
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Me? Heh, that's horseshit.
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That was my stuff in that warehouse.
That's my whole life.
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Believe me, I sympathize.
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You're starting to sweat. Shall
I turn on the air conditioning?

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What do you think?
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- Oh, no, I'm fine.
-You sure?
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Yeah. Yeah.
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- Okay.
-it's just...
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I'm running a little late, that's all.
I'm supposed to pick up my wife.
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Oh, yeah, your wife.
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She's a great lady.
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- You know her?
-No, not really. We just met briefly.
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You know, when I went around
to check up on your story.
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See, we have these photographs...
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...of your wife tooling around town...
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...wearing various articles that you
claim were destroyed in the fire.

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No, that's, heh, impossible.
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No, this is all stuff
I bought for her myself.
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See, the problem is,
when I went around to talk to her...
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...it turned out she knew a lot more
than she thought she did.
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Especially...
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Especially after I showed her pictures
of Miss Palminteri...
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...who appears to be wearing
even more of your destroyed articles.
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Miss Palminteri?
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Miss Rosa Palminteri.
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A word of advice.
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You wanna pull a scam...
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...don't make your wife a partner.

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And if you do...
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...don't fuck around behind her back.
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Trent, you look beautiful.
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Everybody says you got the best nose
for a con in the business.
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But to see it firsthand-I mean, to watch you work is incredible.
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Well, it wasn't hard, Robby.
The guy's wife liked me.
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Besides, he was an amateur.
It's just too easy with amateurs.
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Try to figure out who's professional
and who isn't.
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And that's when it gets fun,
when you run into a pro.
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Most of my salesmen couldn't sniff out
a phony claim...
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...if their noses were nailed to it,
but you, man, you never miss.
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What's to miss?
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You learn to expect the worst
in people and you get it.
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Everyone's looking to play an angle.
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I'm always there to clean up the mess.
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I'll tell you what.
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You stop freelancing, join my staff.
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I'll make it worth your while, Trent.
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Forget it, Robby.
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I'm my own man.
Nobody pulls my strings.
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I'm independent. I'm happy.
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Well, be my man one more time.
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I'm having quite a difficult mess
with Arcane.
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- The publishing house?
-Yeah, it's my biggest account.

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They just filed a claim
that cost me millions.
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I want you on this right away.
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- What's the claim?
-Sutter Cane is missing.
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- Who?
-Sutter Cane.
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- Do you read Sutter Cane?
-What?
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Lay down! Lay down! Lay down!
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<i>Horror writer Sutter Cane...</i>
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<i>...a harmless pop phenomenon...</i>
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<i>...or a deadly mad prophet
of the printed page?</i>
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<i>This was the scene today
outside several city bookstores.</i>
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<i>Police believe the riots began because
the stores could not meet the demand...</i>
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<i>...for advance orders

of Sutter Cane's latest novel...</i>


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...In the Mouth of Madness.
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<i>When does fiction become religion?</i>
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<i>And are his fans dangerous?</i>
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Only if you count axes.
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<i>In related news...</i>
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<i>...there were 18 other stores
across the city reporting...</i>
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Mr. Trent?
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Mr. Trent?
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Mr. Harglow will see you now.
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Thank you.
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You're not listening.
I needed it yesterday.
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If you wait any longer, it'll be all
over the front page. Get it done.
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Jackson Harglow, Mr. Trent.
I'm pleased to meet you.
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- It's a pleasure.
- Excuse the commotion.
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We have something of a crisis going on.
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Now, everybody out now, please.
I need time with Mr. Trent.
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Have Sylvia hold the calls,
and get Linda here.
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Yes, Mr. Harglow.
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-Gee, that was great.
I almost left myself.
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Sit down, please.
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I am a little short on patience
these days, I'm afraid.
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So, Mr. Trent,
are you, uh, familiar with Arcane?
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Aside from the fact that you're insured
by the company I work for...
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...I never heard of Arcane. I'm sorry.

-You read books?


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Linda Styles, John Trent.
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Linda reads books for a living.
She's one of our best editors.
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Since she joined the firm, she's been
handling Sutter Cane exclusively.
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Sutter Cane. Isn't he the guy
that writes that horror crap?
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Maybe he's too sophisticated for you.
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Sutter Cane happens to be
this century's most widely-read author.
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You can forget about Stephen King.
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Cane outsells them all.
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So, what happened
to this cash cow of yours?
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Cane disappeared two months ago
without a trace.
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The police have turned up nothing.
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Who was the last person


to hear from him?
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His agent. Cane mailed him
several chapters of his new book...
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...oh, not two weeks ago.
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Plain brown wrapper, no return address.
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Oh, gee, I'm sorry.
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You don't mind, do you?
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What'd the agent have to say?
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Well, you heard what he had to say.
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Heh, what are you talking about?
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I understand you were there when the poor
man went crazy in Midtown Manhattan.
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You witnessed the shooting, I believe.
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That lunatic with the ax?
That was Cane's agent?
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Hard to believe, isn't it?

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You'd think a guy
that outsells Stephen King...
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...could find better representation.
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Excuse me.
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Miss Styles,
this is what we have.
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It's just a little joke.
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Well, we're not in the mood.
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<i>- I'll</i> see you out, Mr. Trent.
-Thank you.
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Cane is a billion-dollar franchise.
He's the tent pole to this company.
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We've sold film rights
to his new book...
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...as well as publication rights
in 18 languages. it's-219
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Book you can't find?
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- Well, his agent found it. At least part of it.
- Think he just took one look...

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...at this latest work of art and
just went ax-happy in broad daylight?
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I think it's great. It's great promotion
for Arcane, great publicity.
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This was not a publicity stunt.
You were there.
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Cane's writing has been known to have
an effect on his less-stable readers.
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- Effect? Like what?
-Well, disorientation, memory loss...
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...severe paranoid reaction.
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People pay to feel like that?
It's cute. Put it in the press kit.
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Look, we need you.
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Okay230
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Well, why don't you and I get together
after work? We'll go through his files.
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I don't think so.
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I need to see his contracts, papers,


you know?
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Impossible.
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His agent was a total buffer.
We don't even know where Cane lives.
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What do you know?
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For about a year before he disappeared,
his work became erratic...
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...bent, more bizarre than usual.
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He became convinced his writing was real,
not fiction, then the work stopped coming.
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I need to know if he's alive or dead,
and I need that book.
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We've delayed publication
as long as we can.
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His fans are getting really restless.
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This shit really sells, doesn't it?
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More than you'd imagine. Surprised?
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Lady, nothing surprises me.


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We fucked up the air, the water,
we fucked up each other.
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Why don't we finish the job by just
flushing our brains down the toilet?
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Why don't you try reading his stuff...
248
00:19:18,783 --> 00:19:20,000
...see if you can get it?
249
00:19:20,201 --> 00:19:21,874
Got any on tape?
250
00:20:03,327 --> 00:20:04,795
You want some too, buddy?
251
00:20:05,413 --> 00:20:09,293
Now, relax, Robby.
Look, it's a scam. Of course it's a scam.
252
00:20:09,500 --> 00:20:13,221
You see, all this strange behavior
from people that read the books...
253
00:20:13,421 --> 00:20:16,220
...and, uh, the agent going
nuts and so on, it's a-254
00:20:16,424 --> 00:20:19,018
I figure it's like mass
hysteria, you know?
255
00:20:19,218 --> 00:20:21,892
It's like, uh-- It's a pop phenomenon.
256
00:20:22,096 --> 00:20:25,350

It's a craze. It'll pass.


This year's Hula-Hoop, something like that.
257
00:20:25,558 --> 00:20:27,435
<i>before being stopped by police gunfire--</i>
258
00:20:27,643 --> 00:20:28,986
Yeah, my God, it's freaky.
259
00:20:29,145 --> 00:20:30,863
<i>Turning to the weather, here's Bill--</i>
260
00:20:31,021 --> 00:20:34,696
No, it's a setup. It's a setup.
I just have to work out how it's set up.
261
00:20:34,900 --> 00:20:37,323
That's all. It's just a matter of time.
262
00:20:37,528 --> 00:20:38,700
You too?
263
00:20:40,156 --> 00:20:42,500
God, I've had heartburn.
Tell me about it.
264
00:20:42,700 --> 00:20:46,045
<i>Sporadic riots
continue to hit eastern cities...</i>
265
00:20:46,245 --> 00:20:49,089
<i>...and reports of violence
from Boston and Philadelphia...</i>
266
00:20:49,290 --> 00:20:50,792
<i>...are now coming in.</i>
267
00:20:51,000 --> 00:20:54,550
<i>Police continue
to describe barely coherent witnesses...</i>
268
00:20:54,754 --> 00:20:58,759

<i>...all reporting having read horror


novelist Sutter Cane's latest novel:</i>
269
00:20:58,966 --> 00:21:00,684
Hobb's End Horror.
270
00:21:00,885 --> 00:21:02,853
<i>Officers have been
physically attacked...</i>
271
00:21:03,053 --> 00:21:06,432
<i>...and more than 380 people,
male and female...</i>
272
00:21:06,640 --> 00:21:08,813
<i>...have been jailed in New York county.</i>
273
00:21:09,018 --> 00:21:13,364
<i>Two officers in Boston were hacked
to death amid jeering crowds...</i>
274
00:21:13,564 --> 00:21:15,862
<i>...in an attack last night.</i>
275
00:21:17,443 --> 00:21:20,322
<i>What is this horrible,
unexplainable madness...</i>
276
00:21:20,529 --> 00:21:22,247
<i>...that is gripping our lives?</i>
277
00:21:22,448 --> 00:21:26,043
<i>- What in the world is happening?
- I can see.</i>
278
00:21:26,577 --> 00:21:27,749
Now <i>we</i> have an editorial.
279
00:21:27,953 --> 00:21:29,205
Excuse me?
280
00:21:29,955 --> 00:21:31,878

He sees you.
281
00:21:33,918 --> 00:21:35,340
Great, uh...
282
00:21:36,545 --> 00:21:37,842
Tell him I say hi.
283
00:21:47,348 --> 00:21:48,816
Hello.
284
00:21:49,558 --> 00:21:51,481
Oh, hi, Robby, yeah.
285
00:21:51,685 --> 00:21:54,780
Yeah, not a lot. it-- I picked up
some of these Sutter Cane books.
286
00:21:54,980 --> 00:21:56,527
You know, I've been reading them.
287
00:21:56,690 --> 00:21:59,694
Well, it-- Pulp horror novels.
They're all pretty familiar.
288
00:21:59,902 --> 00:22:01,575
They all seem to have the same plot.
289
00:22:01,779 --> 00:22:04,908
Slimy things in the dark, people go mad,
they turn into monsters.
290
00:22:05,115 --> 00:22:09,370
The funny thing is that they're kind of
better-written than you expect, you know?
291
00:22:09,578 --> 00:22:13,048
They get to you in a way.
I don't know if it's his style of writing...
292
00:22:13,249 --> 00:22:16,799
...or his use of description

or whatever, but... Hmm?


293
00:22:18,295 --> 00:22:20,343
No, don't be silly, ha, ha.
294
00:22:20,548 --> 00:22:22,721
No, no, no.
295
00:23:41,420 --> 00:23:43,514
Do you want some too, buddy?
296
00:23:47,468 --> 00:23:49,141
He sees you.
297
00:23:49,345 --> 00:23:51,313
He sees you.
298
00:23:53,057 --> 00:23:55,276
He sees you.
299
00:23:55,434 --> 00:23:57,186
What?
300
00:24:18,958 --> 00:24:21,256
It's just too weird.
301
00:24:57,579 --> 00:24:59,331
Beautiful.
302
00:25:04,586 --> 00:25:06,509
Where did you go?
303
00:25:09,883 --> 00:25:12,227
Assuming you went somewhere.
304
00:26:30,756 --> 00:26:32,429
Cute.
305
00:26:33,884 --> 00:26:36,433
Now I know why Cane
had the artwork done himself.

306
00:26:36,637 --> 00:26:39,106
See this? It's a map.
307
00:26:39,306 --> 00:26:42,651
The red dot is Hobb's End.
It's not on any real map, but look at this.
308
00:26:43,644 --> 00:26:45,567
The two line up.
309
00:26:45,771 --> 00:26:48,991
Like it or not,
Cane's book covers place Hobb's End...
310
00:26:49,191 --> 00:26:50,989
...right in the middle of New England.
311
00:26:51,193 --> 00:26:53,912
So you're saying
the man went someplace fictional?
312
00:26:54,113 --> 00:26:58,289
No, no, no. It's a real place in a real state.
New Hampshire, to be precise.
313
00:26:58,492 --> 00:26:59,835
But it's not on the map.
314
00:27:00,702 --> 00:27:03,330
Well, not on any new ones,
but maybe on some old ones.
315
00:27:03,539 --> 00:27:06,964
There's plenty of forgotten towns
across America.
316
00:27:07,793 --> 00:27:09,386
Makes a great contest, doesn't it?
317
00:27:09,586 --> 00:27:13,136
Put the pieces together, find the town,

win a Sutter Cane lunchbox.


318
00:27:14,633 --> 00:27:16,351
How can you be sure he's there?
319
00:27:17,761 --> 00:27:20,105
Well, I'd have to go to be sure.
320
00:27:20,305 --> 00:27:22,649
You sure you want me to go?
321
00:27:22,850 --> 00:27:26,775
See, I'm not suggesting you're lying, that
you're about to file a fraudulent claim...
322
00:27:26,979 --> 00:27:31,359
...but forgive me
if this sounds a little bit like bullshit to me.
323
00:27:31,567 --> 00:27:34,571
And if you're telling the truth,
if you want your author back...
324
00:27:34,778 --> 00:27:38,578
...if you really want your book,
then maybe it's in both our best interests...
325
00:27:38,782 --> 00:27:40,784
...if I go find him.
326
00:27:40,951 --> 00:27:43,704
We have nothing to hide, Mr. Trent.
327
00:27:43,912 --> 00:27:46,586
I desire only our fair share
if Cane is dead...
328
00:27:46,790 --> 00:27:49,009
...or our property if he's alive.
329
00:27:49,209 --> 00:27:51,678
Since I assume

you also have nothing to hide...


330
00:27:51,879 --> 00:27:54,632
...I'm sure you won't mind
if I send Miss Styles along...
331
00:27:54,840 --> 00:27:56,592
...on your expedition.
332
00:28:00,262 --> 00:28:02,515
Well, it's your party.
333
00:28:06,018 --> 00:28:09,648
<i>America the</i>
334
00:28:15,402 --> 00:28:18,155
<i>Beautiful</i>
335
00:28:20,616 --> 00:28:23,665
<i>From sea to</i>
336
00:28:25,120 --> 00:28:27,248
<i>Shining</i>
337
00:28:35,547 --> 00:28:37,675
Oh! Who was it? What?
338
00:28:39,134 --> 00:28:40,511
You're awake.
339
00:28:41,929 --> 00:28:43,647
Hey, hey, hey!
340
00:28:43,847 --> 00:28:46,369
Couldn't you just
shake me, you asshole?
341
00:28:46,395 --> 00:28:48,423
What did I do? What did I do?
342
00:28:50,520 --> 00:28:51,897

We're lost.
343
00:28:52,105 --> 00:28:57,202
We are lost because there is
no such place as Hobb's End.
344
00:28:57,569 --> 00:28:59,321
Well, we'll see.
345
00:29:00,072 --> 00:29:03,952
Never, never, never throw chips
at a driver.
346
00:29:06,870 --> 00:29:10,044
- Goddamn it. Shit.
-Asshole.
347
00:29:16,713 --> 00:29:18,761
Styles, can I ask you something?
348
00:29:18,924 --> 00:29:21,928
Do you really like working
on Cane's stuff?
349
00:29:22,636 --> 00:29:24,889
You really like busting people?
350
00:29:25,097 --> 00:29:28,977
Yeah. I bust frauds, I bust phonies,
and, yeah, I love it.
351
00:29:29,810 --> 00:29:31,562
Have you ever busted anyone you know?
352
00:29:32,145 --> 00:29:34,694
Yeah. Sure, I did.
Didn't make any difference.
353
00:29:34,898 --> 00:29:39,825
You see, in my business, you soon find out
that anybody's capable of anything.
354

00:29:40,028 --> 00:29:42,451


If you can think of it, they've done it.
355
00:29:42,656 --> 00:29:44,454
Doesn't leave you much to believe in.
356
00:29:44,658 --> 00:29:45,818
Think of the upside.
357
00:29:45,844 --> 00:29:48,563
It doesn't leave you too much
to be disappointed in either.
358
00:29:49,204 --> 00:29:51,798
Believe me, the sooner we're
off the planet, the better.
359
00:29:51,957 --> 00:29:53,959
Now you sound like Cane.
360
00:29:54,751 --> 00:29:56,503
No, not me.
361
00:29:56,712 --> 00:29:58,760
You're the Cane lover.
362
00:29:59,047 --> 00:30:00,970
I just like being scared.
363
00:30:01,174 --> 00:30:02,847
Cane's work scares me.
364
00:30:03,010 --> 00:30:06,059
What's to be scared about?
It's not like it's real or anything.
365
00:30:06,263 --> 00:30:09,813
It's not real from your point of view,
and reality shares your point of view.
366
00:30:09,975 --> 00:30:11,602
What scares me about Cane's work...

367
00:30:11,768 --> 00:30:14,521
...is what might happen
if reality shared his point of view.
368
00:30:14,688 --> 00:30:16,961
Whoa, we're not talking
about reality here.
369
00:30:16,987 --> 00:30:19,310
We're talking about fiction.
It's different.
370
00:30:19,484 --> 00:30:22,579
A reality
is just what we tell each other it is.
371
00:30:22,779 --> 00:30:25,282
Sane and insane
could easily switch places...
372
00:30:25,490 --> 00:30:27,618
."Wtheinsane
were to become the majority.
373
00:30:27,826 --> 00:30:30,750
You would find yourself locked
in a padded cell...
374
00:30:30,954 --> 00:30:34,458
...wondering what happened
to the world.
375
00:30:34,666 --> 00:30:36,714
No, that wouldn't happen to me.
376
00:30:36,918 --> 00:30:41,549
Well, it would if you realized
everything you ever knew was gone.
377
00:30:42,174 --> 00:30:45,929
It would be pretty lonely
being the last one left.

378
00:30:50,807 --> 00:30:52,855
not only <i>in</i> Manhattan proper...
379
00:30:53,060 --> 00:30:54,903
<i>...but there was that
incident in Long Island...</i>
380
00:30:55,103 --> 00:30:56,320
<i>...that was also related to it.</i>
381
00:30:56,480 --> 00:30:58,733
<i>Oh, come on, doctor, I don't buy this.</i>
382
00:30:58,940 --> 00:31:00,066
<i>I mean, what are you saying?</i>
383
00:31:00,275 --> 00:31:02,027
<i>That there's disease
spreading across the country?</i>
384
00:31:02,194 --> 00:31:04,868
<i>It is an addiction
that people have at this time...</i>
385
00:31:05,030 --> 00:31:08,204
<i>...of fantasy creating
a pile of written material.</i>
386
00:31:08,408 --> 00:31:10,035
<i>How could it be addicting?</i>
387
00:31:10,243 --> 00:31:13,167
<i>- Look, I mean this is words.
- All things have been...</i>
388
00:31:24,091 --> 00:31:26,844
<i>Or just something
that is created by the press?</i>
389
00:31:27,052 --> 00:31:30,352
<i>- That's not--

Acting stupid is what it is.</i>


390
00:31:58,458 --> 00:32:00,552
- Jesus Christ.
-Huh.
391
00:32:00,752 --> 00:32:02,754
I saw-- I saw a-392
00:32:02,963 --> 00:32:04,715
A cow, a sheep?
393
00:32:04,923 --> 00:32:06,140
A pig? What did you see?
394
00:32:07,008 --> 00:32:09,887
- Never mind. It was nothing.
- Good.
395
00:32:39,791 --> 00:32:41,384
Don't move him.
396
00:32:41,585 --> 00:32:43,883
- Is he alive?
- I don't know.
397
00:32:44,754 --> 00:32:46,756
Don't move. He'll get a blanket.
Lie still.
398
00:32:46,965 --> 00:32:49,013
- I can't get out.
- Don't move.
399
00:32:49,217 --> 00:32:51,140
He won't let me out.
400
00:33:17,204 --> 00:33:18,797
He was okay?
401
00:33:24,461 --> 00:33:26,259
Come on, let's go.

402
00:33:26,463 --> 00:33:29,091
We'll tell the cops
when we hit the next town.
403
00:33:29,758 --> 00:33:31,385
You okay?
404
00:35:11,026 --> 00:35:12,073
Oh, I can't believe it.
405
00:35:12,277 --> 00:35:14,780
I must have slept
through the whole night.
406
00:35:15,196 --> 00:35:17,494
Hey, thanks for driving.
407
00:35:19,618 --> 00:35:20,835
What is it?
408
00:35:21,036 --> 00:35:22,504
Look.
409
00:35:25,624 --> 00:35:28,753
Styles, you're fantastic. You found it.
410
00:35:30,837 --> 00:35:32,430
What's wrong?
411
00:35:33,798 --> 00:35:35,095
You drive.
412
00:36:22,263 --> 00:36:24,641
Cute, cute, cute.
413
00:36:26,226 --> 00:36:28,695
Main Street, U.S.A.
414
00:36:32,315 --> 00:36:33,908
Jesus.

415
00:36:37,654 --> 00:36:39,656
Pfft.
416
00:36:44,285 --> 00:36:46,083
Antiques.
417
00:36:51,668 --> 00:36:55,389
This old crap. I wonder where
they manufacture this shit.
418
00:37:11,146 --> 00:37:12,363
Look.
419
00:37:13,398 --> 00:37:15,116
Those kids.
420
00:37:15,442 --> 00:37:17,820
- You didn't see them?
-No.
421
00:37:20,071 --> 00:37:20,919
Where is everyone?
422
00:37:20,945 --> 00:37:24,101
It's like the place is picture
perfect and there's nobody around.
423
00:37:24,659 --> 00:37:26,286
Come on.
424
00:38:04,866 --> 00:38:06,941
Styles, how did you
know about this place?
425
00:38:06,967 --> 00:38:08,896
I thought you'd never
been here before.
426
00:38:09,078 --> 00:38:11,080
I haven't. I've read about it.

427
00:38:11,289 --> 00:38:13,132
So have you.
428
00:38:14,751 --> 00:38:16,719
This is empty now.
429
00:38:16,920 --> 00:38:20,595
It used to be filled
with strange growing things, remember?
430
00:38:20,799 --> 00:38:23,473
One night, the townspeople
saw something moving in here...
431
00:38:23,676 --> 00:38:27,271
...something enormous,
with arms like snakes.
432
00:38:27,472 --> 00:38:28,940
Oh, yeah.
433
00:38:29,140 --> 00:38:31,234
<i>Hobb's End Horror.</i>
434
00:38:31,434 --> 00:38:35,735
<i>The hotel from Hobb's End Horror.</i>
435
00:38:37,065 --> 00:38:38,373
You know what I'm thinking?
436
00:38:38,399 --> 00:38:41,061
There's gotta be a great
tie-in for a town like this.
437
00:38:41,236 --> 00:38:44,536
I mean, think of the tourist potential,
for instance, or a-438
00:38:44,739 --> 00:38:47,538
There should be a painting behind us.
439

00:38:48,159 --> 00:38:49,411


Oh, yeah.
440
00:38:50,411 --> 00:38:51,458
It's nice.
441
00:38:51,663 --> 00:38:53,461
There's a loose board there.
442
00:39:01,673 --> 00:39:03,801
- Good morning.
-Hi.
443
00:39:04,008 --> 00:39:05,681
Can I help you folks?
444
00:39:05,885 --> 00:39:08,855
I certainly hope so.
We'd like a room, please.
445
00:39:09,305 --> 00:39:10,727
We're on our way to Boston.
446
00:39:10,890 --> 00:39:13,894
We thought we'd take a break
in your famous little town.
447
00:39:14,102 --> 00:39:15,445
Famous?
448
00:39:15,645 --> 00:39:18,398
Yeah, what with
the whole Sutter Cane thing and all.
449
00:39:18,606 --> 00:39:20,404
Sutter who?
450
00:39:20,942 --> 00:39:22,444
Cane.
451
00:39:22,694 --> 00:39:26,744
We heard he came from around here

and comes back to stay once in a while.


452
00:39:27,991 --> 00:39:29,834
I don't know anybody named Cane.
453
00:39:31,494 --> 00:39:35,544
Heh, nobody passes through here
much anymore.
454
00:39:35,832 --> 00:39:37,334
Let me get you your keys.
455
00:39:37,542 --> 00:39:40,921
You want me to leave a deposit
or my credit card or something?
456
00:39:42,422 --> 00:39:43,719
Oh, city folk.
457
00:39:43,923 --> 00:39:46,176
- Mm.
-Heh. Oh.
458
00:39:50,096 --> 00:39:52,815
Miss Styles,
if that's what you saw, then-459
00:39:53,016 --> 00:39:55,751
Yeah, heh, I guess it would
be a little unsettling.
460
00:39:55,777 --> 00:39:57,512
I'd be a little unnerved myself.
461
00:39:57,687 --> 00:40:01,817
But regardless of what you saw,
regardless of what you think...
462
00:40:02,025 --> 00:40:05,154
...we are not living
inside a Sutter Cane story.
463

00:40:06,779 --> 00:40:08,372


They're all in here.
464
00:40:10,575 --> 00:40:15,627
The Mrs. Pickman in the book is a lunatic
who chops her husband into coleslaw.
465
00:40:15,872 --> 00:40:18,842
That sweet old thing
that we met downstairs...
466
00:40:19,042 --> 00:40:21,795
...isn't capable of anything worse...
467
00:40:22,921 --> 00:40:25,424
...than dipping her dentures
into her husband's beer.
468
00:40:25,632 --> 00:40:27,976
Trent, I know you think this is a joke.
469
00:40:28,176 --> 00:40:30,599
Just listen to me for a second, please.
470
00:40:30,803 --> 00:40:33,022
What if Cane's work isn't fiction?
471
00:40:33,598 --> 00:40:36,147
Oh, for chrissake.
472
00:40:36,935 --> 00:40:38,858
This is reality.
473
00:40:40,021 --> 00:40:41,273
You hear that?
474
00:40:41,481 --> 00:40:43,074
Reality.
475
00:40:43,274 --> 00:40:47,950
Now, if what you're saying is true,
there should be out that window...

476
00:40:48,154 --> 00:40:51,875
...a black Byzantine church
with 250-foot spires...
477
00:40:52,075 --> 00:40:53,702
...with gold onions on the top.
478
00:40:53,910 --> 00:40:55,537
Now, look.
479
00:40:56,287 --> 00:40:57,755
You see?
480
00:40:57,956 --> 00:40:59,583
Reality.
481
00:40:59,791 --> 00:41:02,465
You didn't read closely enough.
482
00:41:02,710 --> 00:41:05,839
The view is from the east.
483
00:41:14,263 --> 00:41:15,856
"This place had once been the seat...
484
00:41:16,182 --> 00:41:19,561
...of an evil older than mankind
and wider than the known universe.
485
00:41:19,769 --> 00:41:23,819
It was a place of pain and suffering
beyond human understanding."
486
00:41:24,023 --> 00:41:26,822
You got me reading this thing
like it's a guidebook.
487
00:41:27,235 --> 00:41:31,786
"Originally, there was an old stone
church built on this site in 1788...

488
00:41:31,990 --> 00:41:34,994
...but the black church swallowed up
the old sanctuary...
489
00:41:35,201 --> 00:41:37,454
...the way it has swallowed our minds.
490
00:41:37,662 --> 00:41:40,836
Now there is nothing left
of what was once here...
491
00:41:41,040 --> 00:41:46,171
...except the mosaic of our Lord
and savior above the front door.
492
00:41:50,758 --> 00:41:53,511
Some believe the old sanctuary
still exists somewhere...
493
00:41:53,720 --> 00:41:56,064
...trapped inside this evil edifice.
494
00:41:56,264 --> 00:41:59,564
It's primeval inhabitants
were a murderous race of creatures...
495
00:41:59,767 --> 00:42:02,862
...whose vile existence
contaminated time itself...
496
00:42:03,062 --> 00:42:06,566
...affecting history
with their sadistic wickedness."
497
00:42:26,377 --> 00:42:29,221
It's the battle for heaven.
Archangel Michael's fighting off-498
00:42:29,422 --> 00:42:32,050
"Fighting off one of the creatures
from the other side."
499

00:42:32,258 --> 00:42:34,977


A representation. The things
Cane writes are indescribable.
500
00:42:35,178 --> 00:42:36,395
Beyond description.
501
00:42:36,596 --> 00:42:37,939
Right.
502
00:42:38,139 --> 00:42:40,767
Look, we're wasting our time.
We ought to be asking about Cane.
503
00:42:42,226 --> 00:42:44,649
We'll have somebody to ask
in about two seconds.
504
00:42:48,191 --> 00:42:50,239
Come on, we have to get out of here.
505
00:42:51,152 --> 00:42:53,353
We can't be in front
of the church, Trent.
506
00:42:53,379 --> 00:42:54,556
They have guns, Trent.
507
00:43:04,749 --> 00:43:06,376
Cane!
508
00:43:12,256 --> 00:43:13,849
No, I wanna go back.
509
00:43:15,009 --> 00:43:17,182
Give him back!
510
00:43:24,268 --> 00:43:25,520
Johnny.
511
00:43:25,728 --> 00:43:27,321
Johnny boy.

512
00:43:46,999 --> 00:43:49,218
Is that Cane?
513
00:44:21,951 --> 00:44:23,874
Get in the truck.
514
00:44:25,037 --> 00:44:27,460
- No!
- Where are they coming from?
515
00:44:28,332 --> 00:44:30,881
No, no, no! Stop it!
516
00:44:47,852 --> 00:44:49,650
I see.
517
00:44:52,565 --> 00:44:55,318
Tell me how you knew about that mob.
Tell me that. Huh?
518
00:44:56,444 --> 00:44:58,788
You see, you can't bullshit
a bullshitter, can you?
519
00:44:58,988 --> 00:45:02,162
I'll tell you how. This whole thing
has been staged, that's how.
520
00:45:02,366 --> 00:45:04,414
You, Harglow, and Cane
put me through this...
521
00:45:04,577 --> 00:45:07,672
...so I can blab to the media
about "Cane's haunted little town"...
522
00:45:07,830 --> 00:45:09,881
...help you sell a few
more million copies.
523
00:45:09,907 --> 00:45:10,699

Well, fuck that.


524
00:45:10,833 --> 00:45:12,631
- You're wrong.
-No, I'm not.
525
00:45:12,835 --> 00:45:15,805
Before I leave, I'm gonna find someone
who's gonna come clean.
526
00:45:16,005 --> 00:45:18,133
We're gonna dismiss your bullshit claim.
527
00:45:18,341 --> 00:45:20,639
You're wrong, Trent.
I know you are wrong.
528
00:45:20,843 --> 00:45:21,890
How am I wrong?
529
00:45:22,094 --> 00:45:24,267
Because you're right.
You're half right.
530
00:45:24,430 --> 00:45:25,852
This was a hoax.
531
00:45:26,057 --> 00:45:29,436
We did send Cane away on a publicity
stunt, only he never showed up.
532
00:45:29,644 --> 00:45:32,318
Harglow sent me with you
to make it look good...
533
00:45:32,521 --> 00:45:35,240
...only we weren't supposed
to find anything, but we did.
534
00:45:35,441 --> 00:45:38,035
That's how I know
what we're seeing is real.

535
00:45:38,236 --> 00:45:40,455
We didn't stage any of this.
536
00:45:40,655 --> 00:45:42,532
It's all happening for real, Trent.
537
00:45:42,740 --> 00:45:45,084
And it is all in that book
and that's how I know.
538
00:45:45,284 --> 00:45:47,833
You're lying.
I read the books too, you remember?
539
00:45:48,037 --> 00:45:50,335
There's nothing about any mob,
any little girl.
540
00:45:50,498 --> 00:45:53,502
Not in the old books, Trent.
In the new one.
541
00:45:53,668 --> 00:45:58,424
No one knew what was in it
except me and Cane's agent.
542
00:46:03,928 --> 00:46:05,521
All right.
543
00:46:06,013 --> 00:46:07,981
What's it about, the new one?
544
00:46:08,182 --> 00:46:13,780
It's about the end to everything
and it starts here in this place...
545
00:46:13,980 --> 00:46:18,451
...with an evil that returns and takes
over Hobb's End piece by piece...
546
00:46:18,651 --> 00:46:20,244
...starting with the children.

547
00:46:20,444 --> 00:46:25,245
It's about people turning into things,
creatures that aren't human anymore.
548
00:46:25,449 --> 00:46:28,794
It's fiction, Styles. Fiction.
549
00:46:29,203 --> 00:46:32,002
We need to read the new book
to find the way out.
550
00:46:32,206 --> 00:46:33,674
How is that gonna help?
551
00:46:33,874 --> 00:46:36,127
We could skip to the ending.
552
00:46:36,627 --> 00:46:38,846
Styles, I really hope
you're making this up...
553
00:46:39,046 --> 00:46:41,890
...because if you're not,
you're actually crazy.
554
00:46:42,091 --> 00:46:44,185
Please, Trent.
555
00:46:46,012 --> 00:46:48,515
Don't make me do this alone.
556
00:46:48,723 --> 00:46:50,851
Hey. Hey557
00:46:53,394 --> 00:46:55,362
Are you coming with me?
558
00:46:58,024 --> 00:46:59,822
Fine.
559

00:47:00,318 --> 00:47:02,571


Have a nice bus ride home.
560
00:47:34,935 --> 00:47:36,858
No smoking, please.
561
00:47:38,189 --> 00:47:40,112
It bothers my husband.
562
00:47:40,941 --> 00:47:44,241
I'm sorry. I just can't seem
to help myself around here.
563
00:47:44,653 --> 00:47:48,328
I was just on my way out. I thought
I'd stop and admire the artwork.
564
00:47:48,532 --> 00:47:50,125
It's beautiful, isn't it?
565
00:47:50,326 --> 00:47:52,203
Sure is.
566
00:47:52,953 --> 00:47:55,251
Styles told me you painted it yourself.
567
00:47:55,456 --> 00:47:57,254
Styles?
568
00:47:58,209 --> 00:47:59,677
Oh, the-569
00:47:59,877 --> 00:48:03,848
You mean the pretty young thing
you came in here with.
570
00:48:05,091 --> 00:48:06,889
I don't know her at all.
571
00:48:07,676 --> 00:48:09,269
Does she know me?

572
00:48:09,470 --> 00:48:11,723
Well, she claims she does.
573
00:48:12,223 --> 00:48:14,021
So you're not responsible for this?
574
00:48:14,183 --> 00:48:16,151
Hell, no.
575
00:48:17,353 --> 00:48:19,606
Well, it's a nice place you got here.
576
00:48:19,814 --> 00:48:22,738
Oh, it must be a hell of a thing
to keep clean.
577
00:48:23,692 --> 00:48:25,911
You look as if you've been up all night.
578
00:48:27,363 --> 00:48:29,286
Been reading.
579
00:48:45,047 --> 00:48:46,924
Styles?
580
00:48:47,466 --> 00:48:49,309
Styles!
581
00:48:50,302 --> 00:48:51,645
Styles!
582
00:48:59,103 --> 00:49:00,730
Hush.
583
00:49:28,466 --> 00:49:30,468
You're a writer?
584
00:49:32,303 --> 00:49:34,647
No. You an actor?
585

00:49:34,847 --> 00:49:36,975


Take a hint. Leave.
586
00:49:37,183 --> 00:49:38,810
This ain't no tourist town.
587
00:49:40,102 --> 00:49:41,945
Oh, I've been trying to.
588
00:49:43,647 --> 00:49:45,524
You guys are good, you know?
589
00:49:45,733 --> 00:49:47,952
You, the old lady at the hotel...
590
00:49:48,152 --> 00:49:49,745
...really, really good.
591
00:49:49,945 --> 00:49:52,494
Cane's been messing with the church.
592
00:49:52,698 --> 00:49:55,577
Now, something came leaking out,
took the little ones first...
593
00:49:55,784 --> 00:49:57,127
...then passed it on to us.
594
00:49:58,746 --> 00:50:00,544
Can I buy you a beer?
595
00:50:01,081 --> 00:50:03,834
Don't let it get to you. Just get out.
596
00:50:18,474 --> 00:50:19,521
Give it.
597
00:50:19,725 --> 00:50:23,070
What are you?
Where do you come from?
598

00:50:23,729 --> 00:50:26,448


- Where do you live?
-With you.
599
00:50:26,649 --> 00:50:29,118
- Who takes care of you?
- You do.
600
00:50:29,818 --> 00:50:31,195
You're my mommy.
601
00:50:31,403 --> 00:50:33,451
Know what today is?
602
00:50:33,656 --> 00:50:36,409
Today is Mommy's Day.
603
00:50:42,831 --> 00:50:44,549
Styles?
604
00:50:53,384 --> 00:50:55,011
Linda.
605
00:53:06,350 --> 00:53:07,442
Linda.
606
00:53:07,976 --> 00:53:10,229
Nice to see you again.
607
00:53:13,857 --> 00:53:16,861
You can edit this one from the inside...
608
00:53:17,069 --> 00:53:18,742
...looking out.
609
00:53:23,200 --> 00:53:24,417
It's funny, isn't it?
610
00:53:25,119 --> 00:53:28,419
For years,
I thought I was making all this up.

611
00:53:32,501 --> 00:53:34,629
But they were telling
me what to write...
612
00:53:45,514 --> 00:53:49,439
...giving me the power
to make it all real.
613
00:53:51,061 --> 00:53:52,108
And now it is.
614
00:54:02,406 --> 00:54:05,376
All those horrible, slimy things...
615
00:54:05,993 --> 00:54:08,416
...trying to get back in?
616
00:54:08,620 --> 00:54:10,372
They're all true.
617
00:54:25,804 --> 00:54:27,306
Come.
618
00:54:28,265 --> 00:54:31,314
See the instrument of their homecoming.
619
00:54:32,102 --> 00:54:34,446
What you have come looking for.
620
00:54:35,355 --> 00:54:37,483
The new Bible...
621
00:54:40,444 --> 00:54:43,573
...that starts the change...
622
00:54:44,531 --> 00:54:47,284
...helps you see.
623
00:55:04,718 --> 00:55:07,016
Do you like my ending?

624
00:55:11,725 --> 00:55:13,318
An)' Suggestions?
625
00:55:51,890 --> 00:55:53,767
You found something.
Where did you go?
626
00:55:53,976 --> 00:55:55,978
I'm losing me. I'm losing me, John.
627
00:55:56,186 --> 00:55:57,813
Help me. I'm losing me.
628
00:56:00,899 --> 00:56:02,651
- What's happening?
-I saw the book.
629
00:56:02,860 --> 00:56:05,659
Don't look at it. Don't read it, John.
630
00:56:05,863 --> 00:56:08,616
I'm losing me.
631
00:56:23,964 --> 00:56:25,762
Mrs. Pickman?
632
00:56:53,952 --> 00:56:56,000
Come on, you old bitch.
633
00:57:26,109 --> 00:57:27,952
Mrs. Pickman?
634
00:58:03,563 --> 00:58:05,315
Styles.
635
00:58:09,111 --> 00:58:11,455
We're going. Now.
636
00:59:14,718 --> 00:59:15,844
Styles?

637
00:59:18,138 --> 00:59:19,936
Styles?
638
00:59:21,475 --> 00:59:22,897
Fuck you!
639
00:59:31,485 --> 00:59:33,704
You're still here.
640
00:59:35,030 --> 00:59:36,657
Busy night.
641
00:59:36,823 --> 00:59:39,747
Special effects, hidden speakers.
642
00:59:39,951 --> 00:59:42,500
You people are professionals,
I'll give you that.
643
00:59:42,704 --> 00:59:46,083
The thing I can't remember
is what came first.
644
00:59:46,291 --> 00:59:48,635
Us or the book.
645
00:59:49,544 --> 00:59:51,888
We are not living
in a Sutter Cane story!
646
00:59:52,089 --> 00:59:53,682
This is not reality!
647
00:59:55,383 --> 00:59:57,727
Reality is not what it used to be.
648
00:59:58,303 --> 01:00:02,274
Oh, Jesus,
this place makes my head hurt.
649
01:00:02,474 --> 01:00:06,570

Oh, really? Come on, look at this.


650
01:00:07,771 --> 01:00:11,446
This was done by a 5-year-old,
my 5-year-old.
651
01:00:11,650 --> 01:00:12,993
Johnny's sister.
652
01:00:13,193 --> 01:00:16,447
She did me after she did her mom.
653
01:00:17,823 --> 01:00:19,575
You're alone.
654
01:00:25,122 --> 01:00:27,591
Oh, shit. Oh, no, don't.
655
01:00:27,791 --> 01:00:30,010
I have to. He wrote me this way.
656
01:01:02,367 --> 01:01:04,040
Oh, shit.
657
01:01:04,202 --> 01:01:05,294
The key.
658
01:01:10,959 --> 01:01:12,632
Jesus!
659
01:01:23,680 --> 01:01:25,227
Christ.
660
01:01:27,893 --> 01:01:29,486
Shit.
661
01:01:55,337 --> 01:01:59,058
Never leave the city. Why don't I learn?
662
01:01:59,549 --> 01:02:01,802
Are we leaving?

663
01:02:02,677 --> 01:02:04,099
We're already home.
664
01:02:04,304 --> 01:02:07,103
You should have believed me.
665
01:02:07,766 --> 01:02:09,359
Where's the fucking highway?
666
01:02:09,559 --> 01:02:11,982
Cane's writing me.
He wants me to kiss you.
667
01:02:12,187 --> 01:02:13,689
Why?
668
01:02:13,897 --> 01:02:16,025
- Because it's good for the book.
-Jesus.
669
01:02:16,233 --> 01:02:19,032
-It's what the readers wanna read.
-Oh, God!
670
01:02:24,616 --> 01:02:25,833
Go-- Get-671
01:02:26,368 --> 01:02:28,541
Get away from me!
672
01:02:53,728 --> 01:02:56,231
Cane has a job for you.
673
01:04:02,047 --> 01:04:04,220
A few bad calls.
674
01:04:04,424 --> 01:04:06,142
A few wrong turns.
675
01:06:47,378 --> 01:06:51,008

Do you wanna know the problem


with places like this?
676
01:06:51,299 --> 01:06:53,222
With religion in general?
677
01:06:53,968 --> 01:06:58,269
It's never known
how to convey the anatomy of horror.
678
01:06:58,473 --> 01:07:01,147
Religion seeks discipline
through fear...
679
01:07:01,351 --> 01:07:05,231
...yet doesn't understand
the true nature of creation.
680
01:07:06,272 --> 01:07:09,742
No one's ever believed it enough
to make it real.
681
01:07:11,152 --> 01:07:13,530
The same cannot be said of my work.
682
01:07:15,073 --> 01:07:17,496
Your books aren't real.
683
01:07:17,825 --> 01:07:20,578
But they've sold over a billion copies.
684
01:07:21,371 --> 01:07:24,215
I've been translated into 18 languages.
685
01:07:24,415 --> 01:07:28,010
More people believe in my work
than believe in the Bible.
686
01:07:32,340 --> 01:07:33,466
You got a point?
687
01:07:40,390 --> 01:07:41,983

I think you know it.


688
01:07:43,351 --> 01:07:47,527
There has to be some kind of an
explanation for what I've seen tonight.
689
01:07:47,730 --> 01:07:49,152
I'll sort this shit out later.
690
01:07:49,357 --> 01:07:53,578
But right now, there has to be some kind
of a simple fucking explanation.
691
01:07:54,070 --> 01:07:57,165
Always looking for the con.
692
01:07:57,574 --> 01:08:00,794
Even now, you're trying to rationalize.
693
01:08:03,621 --> 01:08:05,419
Anyway...
694
01:08:06,207 --> 01:08:08,301
...your books suck.
695
01:08:13,923 --> 01:08:16,551
You must try reading my new one.
696
01:08:17,010 --> 01:08:19,729
The others have had quite an effect...
697
01:08:19,929 --> 01:08:23,103
...but this one will drive you
absolutely mad.
698
01:08:26,519 --> 01:08:28,317
So I'm told.
699
01:08:28,521 --> 01:08:32,401
It'll make the world
ready for the change.

700
01:08:32,609 --> 01:08:36,364
It takes its power
from new readers and new believers.
701
01:08:36,571 --> 01:08:39,370
That's the point. Belief.
702
01:08:40,867 --> 01:08:43,086
When people begin to
lose their ability...
703
01:08:43,286 --> 01:08:47,382
...to know the difference
between fantasy and reality...
704
01:08:48,124 --> 01:08:52,095
...the old ones
can begin theirjourney back.
705
01:08:53,338 --> 01:08:57,388
The more people who believe,
the faster the journey.
706
01:08:58,217 --> 01:09:01,061
And with the way the other books
have sold...
707
01:09:01,262 --> 01:09:05,893
...this one is bound
to be very, very popular.
708
01:09:08,895 --> 01:09:10,147
Want to see?
709
01:09:17,362 --> 01:09:18,409
Cane.
710
01:09:23,701 --> 01:09:25,419
All done.
711
01:09:31,918 --> 01:09:34,922
<i>In the Mouth of Madness.</i>

712
01:09:41,427 --> 01:09:43,600
Yours to deliver, Trent.
713
01:09:44,347 --> 01:09:45,519
What?
714
01:09:45,682 --> 01:09:48,856
I'll be joining my new publishers now.
715
01:09:54,065 --> 01:09:57,615
You take the manuscript back to the
world for me, that's what you do.
716
01:09:58,778 --> 01:10:00,030
What I do?
717
01:10:03,908 --> 01:10:06,377
You are what I write.
718
01:10:07,578 --> 01:10:09,501
Like this town.
719
01:10:10,081 --> 01:10:11,708
It wasn't here before I wrote it.
720
01:10:12,875 --> 01:10:14,252
And neither were you.
721
01:10:16,337 --> 01:10:17,884
No.
722
01:10:18,297 --> 01:10:20,095
I know what's real.
723
01:10:20,299 --> 01:10:22,222
I know what I am...
724
01:10:22,427 --> 01:10:24,179
...and nobody pulls my strings.

725
01:10:26,973 --> 01:10:30,227
Did you think my agent attacked you
by accident?
726
01:10:31,102 --> 01:10:33,525
He read about you in there.
727
01:10:35,064 --> 01:10:37,487
He knew you'd bring it back
and start the change.
728
01:10:37,692 --> 01:10:39,786
Make what's happened here
happen everywhere.
729
01:10:40,445 --> 01:10:41,822
He tried to stop you.
730
01:10:43,781 --> 01:10:45,624
I'm not a piece of fiction.
731
01:10:46,868 --> 01:10:49,462
I think therefore you are.
732
01:10:51,622 --> 01:10:54,250
Read it if you don't believe me.
733
01:10:55,334 --> 01:10:58,713
See what I have in store for you.
734
01:11:00,339 --> 01:11:01,886
I know what I am.
735
01:11:11,642 --> 01:11:13,565
Go back.
736
01:11:14,479 --> 01:11:17,483
Your world lies beyond that passage.
737
01:11:29,035 --> 01:11:30,457
Go now.

738
01:11:30,661 --> 01:11:33,790
I can't hold them back any longer.
739
01:12:26,759 --> 01:12:29,308
"Trent stood at the edge of the rip...
740
01:12:29,470 --> 01:12:33,691
...stared into the illimitable gulf
of the unknown...
741
01:12:33,891 --> 01:12:38,522
...the Stygian world
yawning blackly beyond.
742
01:12:38,729 --> 01:12:41,573
Trent's eyes refused to close.
743
01:12:41,774 --> 01:12:43,526
He did not shriek...
744
01:12:43,734 --> 01:12:49,082
...but the hideous unholy abominations
shrieked for him...
745
01:12:49,282 --> 01:12:54,129
...as in the same second he saw
them spill and tumble upward...
746
01:12:54,328 --> 01:12:58,174
...out of an enormous
carrion black pit...
747
01:12:58,374 --> 01:13:01,253
...choked with the gleaming
white bones...
748
01:13:01,460 --> 01:13:04,930
...of countless unhallowed centuries.
749
01:13:05,131 --> 01:13:09,386
He began to back away from the rip

as the army of unspeakable figures...


750
01:13:09,594 --> 01:13:12,438
...twilit by the glow
from the bottomless pit...
751
01:13:12,638 --> 01:13:16,313
...came pouring at him
toward our world."
752
01:13:19,353 --> 01:13:21,196
Come with me.
753
01:13:22,189 --> 01:13:23,611
I can't.
754
01:13:24,317 --> 01:13:26,615
I've read to the end.
755
01:14:43,396 --> 01:14:45,023
Hey, kid.
756
01:14:49,652 --> 01:14:51,074
You want a paper?
757
01:14:59,245 --> 01:15:01,293
Have you been in an accident?
758
01:15:03,457 --> 01:15:04,583
Yup.
759
01:15:04,792 --> 01:15:07,170
You want me to get somebody?
760
01:15:08,671 --> 01:15:10,639
No, just...
761
01:15:11,841 --> 01:15:14,060
Just point me to the highway.
762
01:15:15,344 --> 01:15:16,391

Straight up.
763
01:15:22,184 --> 01:15:23,811
Hey, kid.
764
01:15:28,524 --> 01:15:30,151
Did you ever hear of Hobb's End?
765
01:16:24,038 --> 01:16:25,255
No!
766
01:16:25,456 --> 01:16:26,958
<i>No!</i>
767
01:17:02,952 --> 01:17:04,795
Mr. Trent.
768
01:17:05,037 --> 01:17:06,163
What?
769
01:17:06,330 --> 01:17:08,207
Package for you, sir.
770
01:17:09,083 --> 01:17:10,585
But nobody knows I'm here.
771
01:17:11,752 --> 01:17:13,800
Well, someone does.
772
01:17:41,365 --> 01:17:43,618
- Who delivered this?
-I don't know.
773
01:17:43,826 --> 01:17:44,261
- Who?
774
01:17:44,287 --> 01:17:46,024
I don't know.
I wasn't here last night.
775
01:17:46,203 --> 01:17:47,796

- Who was it?


- I was.
776
01:17:47,997 --> 01:17:49,795
And I didn't see shit.
777
01:18:09,602 --> 01:18:13,527
I remember New York
during the Depression.
778
01:18:13,731 --> 01:18:16,484
People think they have it bad now.
779
01:18:16,692 --> 01:18:20,117
You should have seen the Bowery
back then.
780
01:18:20,321 --> 01:18:24,701
Bodies piled 2, 3 feet high
off the gutter.
781
01:18:43,761 --> 01:18:45,604
I'm not going anywhere.
782
01:18:45,804 --> 01:18:48,557
I'm God now, you understand?
783
01:18:49,266 --> 01:18:51,689
God's not supposed
to be a hack horror writer.
784
01:18:52,645 --> 01:18:55,398
But maybe I can help you believe.
785
01:18:55,606 --> 01:18:57,279
Look around when you wake up.
786
01:18:58,943 --> 01:19:02,117
Did I ever tell you my
favorite color was blue?
787
01:19:22,716 --> 01:19:24,969

Relax, buddy. Relax.


788
01:19:25,177 --> 01:19:30,308
- You're awake now.
-It was just a bad dream.
789
01:19:31,267 --> 01:19:33,440
Are you deaf and dumb, sir?
790
01:19:35,604 --> 01:19:39,074
I was just there in the town,
in that town...
791
01:19:39,275 --> 01:19:43,746
...and there were people there
and shops and homes and-792
01:19:43,946 --> 01:19:45,414
I don't doubt that.
793
01:19:45,614 --> 01:19:47,912
What I'm telling you for
the 10th time...
794
01:19:48,117 --> 01:19:50,370
...is it couldn't have
been called Hobb's End.
795
01:19:50,577 --> 01:19:54,047
There never was, is,
or shall be any such place...
796
01:19:54,248 --> 01:19:56,967
...by that name in this state.
Ever.
797
01:19:57,126 --> 01:19:59,299
I wanna see your supervisor!
798
01:20:44,548 --> 01:20:48,394
Well, that is
quite a story.

799
01:20:48,594 --> 01:20:51,473
If you could write it,
I'd publish it.
800
01:20:53,140 --> 01:20:54,892
You don't believe it, do you?
801
01:20:57,728 --> 01:21:02,359
Well, if I don't, what's my option?
That I'm crazy?
802
01:21:03,275 --> 01:21:05,027
I'm not crazy.
803
01:21:05,861 --> 01:21:07,329
Have you heard the rumors...
804
01:21:07,529 --> 01:21:12,285
...that, uh, Cane's books
have affected certain readers?
805
01:21:12,493 --> 01:21:14,746
Yeah, Styles told me.
806
01:21:14,953 --> 01:21:19,880
Styles. Oh, that's the girl you say
I sent with you that...
807
01:21:20,084 --> 01:21:22,553
But I know I sent you off alone.
808
01:21:23,837 --> 01:21:26,590
Why wouldn't I remember her?
809
01:21:30,969 --> 01:21:32,346
Well...
810
01:21:33,263 --> 01:21:36,016
Well, that's easy.
She was written out.
811

01:21:36,308 --> 01:21:37,855


- Written out?
- Yeah.
812
01:21:38,060 --> 01:21:44,067
Look, do you think those books
somehow infected you?
813
01:21:44,608 --> 01:21:46,326
Listen to me, Harglow.
814
01:21:46,527 --> 01:21:49,155
Everything I've said is true.
It's real.
815
01:21:50,364 --> 01:21:53,163
And that's why I had to destroy
the last manuscript.
816
01:21:53,325 --> 01:21:56,169
But I know that's not true.
817
01:21:58,163 --> 01:21:59,460
What are you talking about?
818
01:21:59,623 --> 01:22:02,593
You delivered that manuscript
to me months ago.
819
01:22:02,751 --> 01:22:05,971
To me personally in this room.
820
01:22:06,463 --> 01:22:10,263
- I did?
-Yes, you did. Last spring.
821
01:22:10,467 --> 01:22:12,811
For God's sakes, we published in July.
822
01:22:13,011 --> 01:22:15,184
The book's been in the stores
for seven weeks.

823
01:22:17,808 --> 01:22:18,855
Have you read it?
824
01:22:19,893 --> 01:22:23,272
No, I never read Cane's work.
I haven't got the stomach for it.
825
01:22:24,148 --> 01:22:26,401
Pull it. Don't distribute it.
826
01:22:26,608 --> 01:22:29,862
Even if everything I've said
is totally Looney <i>Tunes...</i>
827
01:22:30,070 --> 01:22:32,243
...I know this book
will drive people crazy.
828
01:22:32,865 --> 01:22:35,084
Well, let's hope so.
829
01:22:35,659 --> 01:22:37,707
The movie comes out next month.
830
01:22:49,923 --> 01:22:52,221
<i>The newest
and presumably posthumous work</i>
831
01:22:52,426 --> 01:22:56,806
<i>...of Sutter Cane continues to sit
at number one on the best-seller list.</i>
832
01:22:57,014 --> 01:23:01,861
<i>In the Mouth of Madness is expected
to break all previous publishing records.</i>
833
01:23:02,060 --> 01:23:04,688
<i>On the local scene,
police are at a loss to explain...</i>
834
01:23:04,897 --> 01:23:08,151
<i>...the outbreak of violent crime

among the city's clergy.</i>


835
01:23:08,358 --> 01:23:10,360
<i>The mayor has called
an emergency meeting...</i>
836
01:23:10,527 --> 01:23:12,621
<i>...of law enforcement
and medical agencies...</i>
837
01:23:12,779 --> 01:23:16,659
<i>...to discuss an apparent epidemic
of paranoid schizophrenia.</i>
838
01:23:16,867 --> 01:23:19,245
<i>Just an
unbelievably horrible story, Bob.</i>
839
01:23:19,453 --> 01:23:23,003
<i>What began locally has now
broken out into a global epidemic.</i>
840
01:23:23,207 --> 01:23:25,630
<i>An epidemic of monumental
proportions...</i>
841
01:23:25,834 --> 01:23:29,213
<i>...of senseless, seemingly
unmotivated acts of violence.</i>
842
01:23:29,421 --> 01:23:32,265
<i>- There are major...
-Like the book?</i>
843
01:23:32,966 --> 01:23:34,968
I love it.
844
01:23:35,135 --> 01:23:36,603
Good.
845
01:23:36,845 --> 01:23:38,973
Then this shouldn't
come as a surprise.

846
01:23:55,531 --> 01:23:58,080
It's spreading out there,
isn't it?
847
01:24:00,160 --> 01:24:02,413
Just because you know
the symptoms doesn't mean...
848
01:24:02,621 --> 01:24:04,214
...to say your story's true.
849
01:24:04,373 --> 01:24:06,751
It's Cane's story.
850
01:24:07,251 --> 01:24:09,049
And it'll spread with
each new reader.
851
01:24:09,253 --> 01:24:13,053
That's how it gets its power.
852
01:24:14,758 --> 01:24:17,102
What about the people
who don't read?
853
01:24:19,763 --> 01:24:21,606
There's a movie.
854
01:24:23,517 --> 01:24:25,519
Oh, yes, of course.
855
01:24:32,150 --> 01:24:33,572
I'm gonna leave now.
856
01:24:33,735 --> 01:24:36,329
But I'll be coming back,
I promise.
857
01:24:36,530 --> 01:24:38,453
I want to help you.

858
01:24:39,283 --> 01:24:43,083
There's no hurry.
It's safer in here now.
859
01:24:43,245 --> 01:24:45,623
It'll get worse out there.
860
01:24:46,123 --> 01:24:47,545
Why?
861
01:24:50,961 --> 01:24:53,464
Every species
can smell its own extinction.
862
01:24:54,548 --> 01:24:56,767
The last ones left...
863
01:24:57,175 --> 01:24:58,973
...won't have a pretty time of it.
864
01:24:59,595 --> 01:25:03,566
And in 10 years, maybe less...
865
01:25:04,308 --> 01:25:09,064
...the human race will just
be a bedtime story for their children.
866
01:25:09,271 --> 01:25:12,241
A myth. Nothing more.
867
01:25:32,878 --> 01:25:36,007
Did he have anything to say?
868
01:25:36,715 --> 01:25:38,934
No. It was useless.
869
01:25:39,217 --> 01:25:41,265
He thinks he's fiction...
870
01:25:41,970 --> 01:25:45,395
...and that Sutter Cane's

causing the epidemic.


871
01:25:47,476 --> 01:25:51,356
Do you read Sutter Cane?
872
01:26:24,137 --> 01:26:25,810
Oh, God!
873
01:28:33,850 --> 01:28:36,774
<i>I'll try to continue
this emergency broadcast...</i>
874
01:28:36,937 --> 01:28:39,440
<i>...as long as we can hold out here.</i>
875
01:28:39,856 --> 01:28:41,824
<i>The city
is almost completely deserted now.</i>
876
01:28:42,025 --> 01:28:45,620
<i>There are only a few stragglers left
on the streets.</i>
877
01:28:45,779 --> 01:28:50,000
<i>No emergency services. The fires
continue to burn out of control.</i>
878
01:28:50,200 --> 01:28:54,000
<i>This incredible epidemic
of random mass killing...</i>
879
01:28:54,204 --> 01:28:56,707
<i>...has spread to every country
in the civilized world.</i>
880
01:28:56,915 --> 01:29:00,340
<i>Every hour,
more people are becoming infected...</i>
881
01:29:00,544 --> 01:29:03,889
<i>...being driven to senseless acts
of extreme violence.</i>

882
01:29:04,089 --> 01:29:06,763
<i>Now, we have gotten reports,
sketchy at best...</i>
883
01:29:06,967 --> 01:29:10,938
<i>...of people mutating,
their bodies swelling and distorting...</i>
884
01:29:11,137 --> 01:29:13,139
<i>...changing somehow.</i>
885
01:29:13,515 --> 01:29:16,564
<i>Locally, the mass killings appear
to have moved inland.</i>
886
01:29:16,893 --> 01:29:18,895
<i>All major cities on the
East Coast are silent.</i>
887
01:29:19,062 --> 01:29:22,066
<i>We lost contact with Los Angeles
and the West Coast last night.</i>
888
01:29:22,274 --> 01:29:26,199
<i>So it's impossible at this time to know
how many unaffected people are left.</i>
889
01:29:27,654 --> 01:29:32,751
<i>If for any reason, you are one of us
who hasn't become infected...</i>
890
01:29:32,951 --> 01:29:34,419
<i>...take shelter immediately.</i>
891
01:29:34,619 --> 01:29:36,713
<i>Do not trust any friends
or family members.</i>
892
01:29:36,913 --> 01:29:39,291
<i>I repeat, do not--</i>
893
01:29:42,419 --> 01:29:43,511

<i>Oh, you go in. Get in there.</i>


894
01:29:43,670 --> 01:29:44,762
Go.
895
01:29:44,963 --> 01:29:46,465
No!
896
01:29:46,673 --> 01:29:48,346
<i>No, wait, wait.</i>
897
01:29:48,550 --> 01:29:51,770
<i>I'm sorry about the balls.
It was a lucky shot, that's all.</i>
898
01:29:51,970 --> 01:29:53,472
<i>Wait!</i>
899
01:29:53,680 --> 01:29:55,603
<i>I'm not insane.</i>
900
01:29:55,807 --> 01:29:59,357
<i>Do you hear me?
I'm not insane!</i>
901
01:30:02,564 --> 01:30:05,784
Relax, <i>buddy.</i>
You're awake now.
902
01:30:07,235 --> 01:30:09,863
<i>This is not a Sutter Cane story.
This is not reality.</i>
903
01:30:10,071 --> 01:30:11,618
<i>Not reality. Not reality.</i>
904
01:30:11,823 --> 01:30:14,121
<i>This is reality.</i>
905
01:30:14,326 --> 01:30:15,543
<i>Hear that? Reality.</i>

906
01:30:15,744 --> 01:30:17,838
<i>Not reality. Reality.</i>