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    Crimson Moon 2 Script (Part 1)
    By Aragorn

    CRIMSON MOON 2
    Written by Jeff Long and Cody Hammen

    We don't fade in right away, because in the darkness
    we hear a pack of wolves howl.

    After the howling stops we see a quick series of
    flashes of scenes from the original CRIMSON MOON.
    Werewolves growling and attacking, people firing
    guns, people screaming. The flashes end, leaving
    us in darkness again.

    FADE IN ON:

    INT. A POLICE STATION - THE INTERROGATION ROOM - DUSK.

    LAURA JOHNSON, from the original CRIMSON MOON, is
    sitting in a chair at a big table. SHERIFF DUSTY
    HOPPER and DEPUTY AUSTIN BAKER are sitting in other
    chairs across the table.

    HOPPER
    Now, Laura... Can you tell me what
    happened yesterday?

    LAURA
    Excuse me, sir, but am I being charged
    for anything? Should I have a lawyer?

    HOPPER
    No, Misses Johnson, we're not
    charging you for anything. We know
    you had nothing to do with what
    happened. We'd just like to know
    what exactly did happen. After all,
    you were the only survivor. Unless
    you don't feel like you're up to it
    at this time.

    LAURA
    No, I can tell the story.

    HOPPER
    So, you want to continue?

    LAURA
    Yeah, I guess.

    HOPPER
    Ok, just tell us everything you can,
    starting at the point when the Bunkers
    took you hostage.

    LAURA
    Ok.

    HOPPER
    Wait a minute.

    LAURA
    Sure.

    Hopper looks over at Baker.

    HOPPER
    The recorder on?

    A tape recorder is in the middle of the table.

    BAKER
    Yes, sir. It's been on for almost two
    minutes now.

    HOPPER
    Alright. You may begin, Laura.

    LAURA
    Ok. It all started the night before
    last. My husband...David...and I were
    in bed asleep when I heard these loud bangs coming from downstairs. I woke David up,
    then two of the Bunkers, Tommy and
    Jake, came into our bedroom. Eddie
    was downstairs. Turns out the noises
    I heard were gunshots, when they shot
    our back door open. They came to us
    because we were veterinarians, and
    Eddie needed rabies shots since he
    was bit by a dog or some other kind
    of animal, possibly a wolf, while he
    was running through the woods away
    from the police at the Tanner Liquor
    Store. David gave him the shots while
    Tommy and Jake watched me. They
    figured if they went to a hospital,
    it'd be too risky.

    Hopper nods.

    HOPPER
    Alright, I have a question to ask
    now. While Tommy and Jake were
    watching you, did they try to harm
    you in anyway?

    LAURA
    No, sir. They were very nice the
    whole time.

    Hopper looks surprised.

    HOPPER
    These men killed over 60 people,
    including your husband, and you
    say they were nice?

    LAURA
    Well, they were until the incident.
    I know it must sound strange...

    HOPPER
    Not really. This type of behavior
    is normal. In many hostage situations
    the hostages do become attached to
    their captors... Please continue.

    LAURA
    Well, they made us call another
    veterinarian and tell him to come
    over in the morning and take care
    of our animals, since we'd be gone.

    HOPPER
    Yeah, a veterinarian named Daniel Ulmer
    called the police in Willard yesterday
    morning when he arrived at your house
    and found the door shot open.

    LAURA
    (nods)
    We figured he would. We left that
    morning and headed for Mexico. They
    said they'd let us go once we got
    across the border...We never made it.

    HOPPER
    You had to stop for gas.

    LAURA
    (nods)
    So we stopped at that gas station.

    HOPPER
    Then what happened?

    LAURA
    We went inside and the place was
    absolutely full of people. Bikers,
    waitresses, cooks, a truck driver...
    police.

    HOPPER
    Highway Patrol officers Vince Lee
    and Nick Mars.

    LAURA
    The cops recognized the Bunkers and
    everything fell apart.

    HOPPER
    What'd they do?

    LAURA
    The cops, the Bunkers, and the bikers
    all drew weapons and started to
    threaten each other. Then they all
    started shooting. The cops shot Jake
    and some of the bikers, then Eddie
    and the cops killed each other. Tommy
    was shooting bikers and everyone else
    when David and I tried to run outside.
    David was killed...

    Laura closes her eyes, and we see another QUICK FLASHBACK
    from the original Crimson Moon - David Johnson being
    attacked by a werewolf and getting his head ripped off.

    The flash ends and we're in darkness. In the darkness,
    we hear -

    HOPPER
    Are you alright, Laura?

    LAURA'S P.O.V - OUR EYES OPEN, AND WE'RE BACK IN THE
    INTERROGATION ROOM.

    LAURA
    I don't know who David was killed by.
    I just kept running. I reached our van
    and managed to drive away. The gunfight
    was still going on, and I guess some
    stray bullets must have hit the gas
    pumps.

    FLASHBACK - Tommy Bunker shooting the last werewolf,
    which is now in half-human form, as it's sitting
    against a gas pump.

    LAURA
    As I was driving away, the whole place
    exploded.

    FLASHBACK - Laura driving and through the back window we see
    the gas station explode.

    HOPPER
    To your knowledge, did anyone else
    survive the blast?

    LAURA
    Not that I know of, no. Everyone was
    in or close to the station when it
    exploded. I can't imagine anyone
    survived. I mean, they were all either
    taking cover or participating in the
    gunfight. Nobody could have gotten to a
    safe distance.

    HOPPER
    After the explosion, what did you do?

    LAURA
    Came directly here, after looking
    for the place for a while.

    HOPPER
    Well, if your story's completely
    true, I guess we don't have to worry
    about the Bunker Brothers anymore.

    BAKER
    Serves the sons of bitches right.
    Only bad thing about their deaths
    was it was too painless. Those guys
    deserved to suffer.

    HOPPER
    How are things going out at the site?

    BAKER
    Still searching through the rubble
    for bodies last I heard. Probably
    gonna be out there all night. Could
    take days.

    Hopper nods.

    BAKER
    Last bodycount I heard was 10.

    LAURA
    There was more than 10 people
    there.

    HOPPER
    You can turn the tape off now, Baker.

    BAKER
    Ok.

    Baker turns the tape recorder off.

    LAURA
    Are you counting David as being
    killed by the Bunkers?

    HOPPER
    Yeah.

    LAURA
    But I said I didn't know...

    HOPPER
    The Bunkers were the cause of the
    gunfight, so they get the blame.

    LAURA
    (quietly, looks down)
    Oh...

    EXT. THE SMOULDERING REMAINS OF THE GAS STATION WHERE
    THE LAST HALF OF CRIMSON MOON TOOK PLACE - DUSK.

    Police cruisers are everywhere, along with a slew of
    ambulances and fire trucks that are still fighting a
    few small fires.

    The full moon is rising.

    We join two cops that are sifting through a pile of
    rubble, throwing pieces aside as they dig. One cop is
    JIMMY BONHAM, the other is BUCKY PAGE.

    Jimmy shoves a large chunk of rubble aside, revealing
    a charred skull beneath it.

    JIMMY
    We've got a head.

    BUCKY
    This is disgusting.

    JIMMY
    How many does this make?

    BUCKY
    Twelve, so far.

    JIMMY
    Think there's any more survivors
    than that one woman?

    BUCKY
    No way.

    We pan away from Jimmy and Bucky. Lying a few yards
    away, under some rubble, is the burnt body of a
    young woman. She was a waitress in the first Crimson
    Moon, FRAN IRELAND.

    FLASH CUT TO-

    FLASHBACK - We see the scene from the original where
    a werewolf is ripping open Fran's throat.

    CUT BACK - to the destroyed gas station, where Fran's
    body is beginning to...change. Growing hair, the
    bone structure shifting.

    FLASH CUT TO -

    FLASHBACK- Tommy shoots the Fran-wolf in the back
    with a shotgun, sending the wolf flying through
    one of the gas station windows.

    BACK TO - the station, where Fran's body is covered
    with so much hair you can't see her skin through it.

    INT. THE POLICE STATION - THE LOBBY - SHERIFF HOPPER AND
    DEPUTY BAKER ARE WATCHING AS LAURA IS HUGGED BY HER
    MOTHER, WHO IS CRYING AND ASKING HER HOW SHE IS AS
    HER FATHER STANDS BY, WATCHING.

    BAKER
    So, what do you think?

    HOPPER
    Well, her story is as plausible as
    anything else I've heard during this
    whole Bunker Brothers fiasco. This
    killing spree rivals the Knox couple's.
    It's a mess.

    Laura's parents lead her out the door. As she steps
    out, she looks back at Hopper and Baker, giving a
    quick wave.

    Hopper and Baker wave back.

    HOPPER
    (Quietly)
    Good luck, Laura.

    EXT. THE DESTROYED GAS STATION - NIGHT - JIMMY IS MOVING
    MORE RUBBLE ASIDE, BUCKY ABOUT 20 FEET FROM HIM WITH
    HIS BACK TURNED.

    The full moon is now glowing brightly.

    As Jimmy goes through the rubble, we can hear the
    wet sounds of Fran's body transforming nearby.

    Jimmy hears the sound and looks around.

    JIMMY
    What the hell?

    JIMMY'S P.O.V - WE DON'T SEE ANYTHING UNUSUAL AROUND.

    Jimmy slowly goes back to picking through rubble,
    a confused look on his face. He grabs what looks like
    what was once part of a store rack, and starts to lift
    it when he hears a growling sound.

    Jimmy spins around, expecting something to be behind
    him... But there's nothing there.

    JIMMY
    I'm losing it...

    Suddenly, the Fran-wolf bursts out from beneath some
    rubble beside Jimmy and bites down on the arm that's
    holding the rack.

    Jimmy screams, turning and throwing the rack on top
    of the werewolf, barely getting a glimpse of it.

    JIMMY
    Son of a bitch!

    The rack starts to move and Jimmy pulls out his gun,
    firing a couple times into the rack.

    The rack stops moving.

    Bucky and some other cops start running toward Jimmy.

    BUCKY
    What's going on?

    JIMMY
    Something bit me! A wolf, or...

    COP
    Bullshit, Bonham. A wolf?

    JIMMY
    Look at my arm, Smith!

    Jimmy uses his right hand to raise his left arm. His
    sleeve is ripped open and the arm is bleeding heavily.

    JIMMY
    Look under that rack, I shot the
    thing!
    (beat)
    Jesus, this hurts. It's throbbing,
    pain all through my body.

    BUCKY
    You should have the medics check
    you out.

    JIMMY
    Yeah...

    BUCKY
    Come on.

    Bucky leads Jimmy away.

    The other cops look at each other.

    Smith steps up to the rack, grabs it cautiously. He
    starts to pick it up but stops, scared that whatever’s
    under it might still be alive.

    SMITH
    Pull your gun out, Hodges.

    One of the cops, Hodges, looks at Smith like he's crazy.

    HODGES
    Why?

    SMITH
    Just incase.

    HODGES
    Incase of...

    SMITH
    I don't want to get bitten too!

    HODGES
    Oh, he was jerking our chains. He
    cut himself on something and now
    he's just messing around. You know
    how he is...

    SMITH
    Just pull your gun.

    HODGES
    (sighs)
    Fine.

    Hodges pulls his gun out.

    HODGES
    Happy?

    Smith looks back at the rack, and starts slowly lifting
    it again. After it's up a few inches, Smith looks under
    the rack. He gets a strange look on his face, then tosses
    the rack aside.

    Lying there is Fran's body, bullet wounds in her chest
    and head.

    SMITH
    Well, we've found another one.

    Hodges puts his gun back in its holster.

    HODGES
    Bonham is a weird guy.

    EXT. AN AMBULANCE - NIGHT - BUCKY IS STANDING NEAR THE
    AMBULANCE, WATCHING AS A PARAMEDIC LOOKS AT JIMMY'S
    ARM.

    A small chunk has been taken out of Jimmy's arm, and
    the paramedic is wrapping it in a bandage.

    As we look at this, we -

    FADE TO BLACK.

    The main credits play, in the same way as the main
    credits of PULP FICTION played. As they do, "Werewolves
    Of London" by Warren Zevon plays.

    Once the credits end, we:

    FADE BACK IN ON:

    EXT. STREET – DAY - A CAR IS DRIVING DOWN A SMALL TOWN
    STREET, CARS HERE AND THERE.

    INT. CAR – DAY - JIMMY IS DRIVING THE CAR, A BANDAGE OVER
    HIS ARM. THE SONG IS PLAYING ON HIS RADIO AND HE HUMS
    ALONG TO IT UNTIL THE CAR REACHES A BIG BUILDING TITLED
    ‘POLICE STATION’. HE STOPS THE CAR ON THE SIDE OF THE
    ROAD AND TURNS OFF THE RADIO AND GETS OUT OF HIS CAR,
    STILL HUMMING THE TUNE AS HE WALKS UP THE STEPS.

    INT. THE POLICE STATION – DAY - JIMMY WALKS INTO THE STATION
    AND AS HE DOES, HOPPER MEETS UP WITH HIM AND POINTS
    TO THE ARM.

    HOPPER
    How’s your arm doing?

    They start walking as they talk. As they walk, we see
    the different sections of the police station in the B.G.

    JIMMY
    Hurts like a son of a bitch.

    HOPPER
    It's been almost a week.

    JIMMY
    I know, but the throbbing won't
    stop. It's driving me crazy. I had
    it checked yesterday and the doctor
    said it looks alright. Shouldn't be
    bothering me. But damn...

    HOPPER
    (interrupts)
    You could have taken sick leave.

    JIMMY
    Need money, or I would. You know,
    they had to give me two needles.
    One for rabies, and one for tetnus
    incase I cut myself on a piece of
    metal, which I didn’t.

    HOPPER
    Get over it, Bonham. You’re going
    out today.

    JIMMY
    What do you mean?

    HOPPER
    Drug bust down on 7th Street.

    Jimmy looks scared.

    HOPPER
    Don’t worry. I’ll also be sending
    in the usual team as well. You know,
    we’ve been on this case for almost
    3 months now. It’ll be a big vacation
    for all of us when we bust this.

    In the B.G., people are being brought in, handcuffed:
    Prostitutes, spiky haired teens with chains around
    their necks, big strong muscular men.

    JIMMY
    (smiling)
    I know.

    Suddenly, Bucky, Hodges, and another cop, Bill Brians,
    run up to Hopper.

    BRIANS
    (rushed)
    Something big is happening on 7th
    street!

    HOPPER
    Where?

    BRIANS
    At the house where we were supposed
    to make the bust!

    JIMMY
    What's going on?

    HODGES
    Wolves!

    BRIANS
    The house is being overrun by wolves!

    Hodges and Brians laugh, Hopper and Bucky smile, and
    Jimmy looks mad.

    JIMMY
    Eat it, guys.

    HOPPER
    Alright, enough joking, it's time
    to get moving.

    EXT. THE STREETS OF THE CITY – DAY - WE WATCH A MONTAGE
    OF SHOTS THAT SHOW TWO UNMARKED CARS PULLING AWAY FROM
    THE POLICE STATION AND DRIVING THROUGH THE TOWN.

    HOPPER
    (V.O.)
    This should be easy. These guys do
    a lot of dealing, but that's it. No
    record of violent crimes, a couple
    have possession charges, the others
    have been pretty clean until recently.

    JIMMY
    (V.O.)
    How's it going down? Where are we
    gonna be?

    The montage of shots ends with the cars parking at
    different spots along a couple blocks in the residential
    part of town.

    INT. AN ALLEY – DAY - HOPPER, JIMMY, BUCKY, HODGES, SMITH AND
    BRIANS ARE IN THE ALLEY, IN REGULAR CLOTHES, BUT
    CARRYING WALKIE TALKIES.

    HOPPER
    Brians, Bucky, you're going in the
    back door. Hodges is backing me up.
    Smith, Jimmy, I want you at the side
    door, incase any of them try to run.

    SMITH
    Place has enough doors.

    HOPPER
    Let's get into position. I'm rolling.

    Hopper makes sure his shirt is covering his gun, then
    motions for Hodges to follow.

    Hodges follows a few seconds later and they walk along
    the sidewalk toward a two-story yellow house on the
    end of the block across the street, but seeming like
    they're not together.

    Jimmy, Smith, Bucky and Brians run down the alley, and
    we follow them COPS-style as they cut through the side
    yard of a house a couple doors down from where they
    started. They run across the street. At the end of the
    block is a railroad crossing, and a train is going by
    right now.

    Jimmy, Smith, Bucky, and Brians continue through another
    house's side yard before circling behind it and heading
    for the yellow house.

    Hopper is walking up to the house's front porch as Hodges
    positions himself at the corner of the porch.

    Brians and Bucky run up to the house's back door.
    Bucky positions himself at the first side of the door
    they reach, Brians ducks down so he can't be seen
    through the window in the door, and positions himself
    at the other side.

    The side door that Smith and Jimmy have been positioned
    at is a large, sliding glass door that leads out to
    a small cement patio with a grill and a picnic table
    on it.

    Smith and Jimmy are hiding behind the next-door house's
    row of hedges, looking at the door, a few yards down
    from it. Then they look at each other.

    SMITH
    Ready, wolfy?

    Jimmy opens his mouth to say something, but Smith runs
    out of the hedges before he can.

    JIMMY
    Bastard.

    Jimmy elbow-crawls between the house and the hedges
    as Smith positions himself on this side of the glass
    door.

    At the front porch, Hopper has reached the front door.
    As he reaches for the doorbell, we go over a couple
    feet to look through a window.

    Through the window, through a slightly transparent
    white curtain, we can make out a messy living room.
    In the room, sitting on a couch, is a young man
    about 23 years old. We'll call him SNORT, since he's
    in the middle of snorting cocaine off a mirror laying
    on a coffee table.

    Loud voices, one male and the other female, are coming
    from another room.

    Hopper rings the doorbell.

    Jimmy bursts through the shrubs and runs to the side
    door, taking position on the opposite side from Smith.

    SMITH
    (whisper)
    Glad you could join me.

    JIMMY
    Shh.

    Jimmy is nervous, shaking. Smith is all smiles.

    SMITH
    (whisper)
    Nervous?

    INT. THE HOUSE - THE LIVINGROOM- SNORT IS STARING AT THE
    FRONT DOOR, IN A DAZE.

    From off-screen, in the house, we can hear-

    GIRLFRIEND
    I can't believe you're doing this!

    BOYFRIEND
    How do you think I make money? Money
    which I spend on you all the time!

    The doorbell rings again and Snort looks toward the
    doorway into the next room.

    SNORT
    Uh... door!

    GIRLFRIEND
    I never imagined something like this.

    We join the Boyfriend and Girlfriend, both in their
    early 20's, as they stand in a hall arguing.

    GIRLFRIEND
    I mean, cocaine? Are you crazy?

    BOYFRIEND
    Just calm down, please. We can talk
    this over, we don't need to fight.

    GIRLFRIEND
    You're right, we don't need to fight.
    Because it's over.

    Girlfriend walks away.

    BOYFRIEND
    What? Wait!

    Boyfriend follows her, and they go past an open door
    as they exit the hall.

    Through the open door we can see 2 guys sitting at a
    table, one doing cocaine while the other is counting
    some money. There are boxes of cocaine and money all
    around the room. While Snort and Boyfriend look like
    your average early-20's guys, COKEHEAD and MONEY are
    very rough-looking.

    SNORT
    (O.S.)
    Somebody's at the door!

    In the livingroom, Snort is putting his coke mirror
    under the couch, and Hopper has moved on to knocking
    on the door and saying-

    HOPPER
    Hello? Anybody home?

    EXT. THE HOUSE - HOPPER STOPS KNOCKING AND TURNS AWAY
    FROM THE DOOR, RAISING HIS WALKIE TALKIE AND-

    HOPPER
    I'm not getting an answer. Bucky,
    Brians, get ready to enter.

    Hopper turns back to the door, and it opens.

    Snort stands in the doorway, jittery, wiping his nose.

    SNORT
    He...hey. Can I help you?

    INT. THE HOUSE - A BACK ROOM - BOYFRIEND AND GIRLFRIEND
    ARE STILL FIGHTING, HEADED FOR THE BACK DOOR.

    BOYFRIEND
    You're over-reacting.

    GIRLFRIEND
    I won't be involved with this!

    BOYFRIEND
    You don't have to be!

    Girlfriend reaches the back door and opens it. As
    the door opens Brians and Bucky step into the door-
    way, guns drawn.

    BRIANS
    Police!

    BUCKY
    Against the wall with your hands
    behind your back!

    BOYFRIEND
    Fuck!

    Boyfriend shoves Girlfriend against Brians and Bucky,
    turns and runs back into the house.

    INT. THE LIVINGROOM - SNORT IS LOOKING TOWARD THE NOISE.

    BOYFRIEND
    (O.S.)
    Cops! Cops, cops!

    Snort turns to Hopper and Hopper grabs him by the arms,
    spins him around and shoves him down onto the couch.

    SNORT
    Get the fuck off me!

    INT. THE HALLWAY - WE LOOK INTO THE ROOM COKEHEAD AND
    MONEY WERE IN.

    Cokehead is gathering up his cocaine and Money is
    standing, starting to shut the door.

    Before the door shuts, Boyfriend reaches it and Money
    lets him in.

    INT. THE BACK ROOM - BRIANS IS HANDCUFFING GIRLFRIEND
    WHILE BUCKY RUNS INTO THE HOUSE.

    GIRLFRIEND
    I didn't do anything!

    BRIANS
    We'll sort it out.

    GIRLFRIEND
    I didn't do anything! Just let me
    go! Let go!!

    INT. THE COKE ROOM - COKEHEAD IS OPENING THE CLOSET
    WHILE BOYFRIEND FREAKS OUT TO MONEY.

    BOYFRIEND
    There are cops in the house, man!
    We're fucked!

    MONEY
    Shut up! We can handle this!

    BOYFRIEND
    What do you mean? How can we handle
    this? We're going to prison!

    COKEHEAD
    We're not going to prison.

    Cokehead pulls a combat shotgun from the closet and
    tosses it to Money.

    BOYFRIEND
    What the fuck is that?

    MONEY
    Insurance against cops.

    Cokehead pulls another shotgun from the closet, then
    hands a .45 to Boyfriend.

    BOYFRIEND
    This is insane.

    MONEY
    (laughs)
    Just wait 'till the first cop reaches
    that door.

    Cokehead and Money pump their shotguns.



    7/5/2003 6:12:29 PM
    (Updated: 7/5/2003 7:00:51 PM)
    (Updated: 7/5/2003 7:01:17 PM)
    (Updated: 7/5/2003 7:44:34 PM)
    (Updated: 5/19/2004 3:09:06 PM)

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