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    Crimson Moon Draft 2
    By Aragorn

    CRIMSON MOON


    WRITTEN BY:

    Cody Hammen
    &
    Jeff Long
    &
    Rick Arnold

    SECOND DRAFT:


    EXT. THE DESERT - NIGHT

    A blue Roadrunner car is speeding down the road.

    INT. CAR

    EDDIE BUNKER (Timothy Olyphant) is driving, JAKE BUNKER (Bruce Campbell) is in the passenger seat and TOMMY BUNKER (Jason Lee) is asleep in the backseat. Tommy opens his eyes and sits up, groaning.

    TOMMY
    (groggily)Where the hell are we?

    EDDIE
    We just crossed into Arizona about an hour or so ago.

    Tommy pulls a cooler up off the floor and sets it on the seat beside him. He opens the cooler and looks in, then looks back up front.

    TOMMY
    Jake, we're out of beer.

    JAKE
    Can't you wait a few hours?

    TOMMY
    I'm fuckin’ thirsty.

    JAKE
    There's some cans of Coke in there I think.

    TOMMY
    I don't want any stinkin' Coke!

    EDDIE
    Guys, can you shut up, please? I can't concentrate if you're complaining about nothing to drink.

    TOMMY
    I just want a damn beer.

    JAKE
    Fine! I saw a sign a mile back for a liquor store. We should be coming up on it soon. Can you be patient for at least fifteen minutes?

    TOMMY
    Sure, Jacob. Just turn the damn radio up.

    Jake leans forward and turns the radio up and it’s in the middle of playing ‘Werewolves Of London’ by Warren Zevon.

    EXT. THE DESERT - NIGHT

    The Roadrunner pulls up into the parking lot of a liquor store with a sign that reads ‘Tanner's Liquor’. Once the car stops, Jake opens his door.

    JAKE
    What do you want, Tommy? I'll go in.

    Eddie also opens his door and steps out

    EDDIE
    I have to piss and grab a map.

    TOMMY
    So I have to sit in here by myself? No fucking chance.

    JAKE
    I don't need you going in. Stay here.

    Tommy opens his door as well.

    TOMMY
    Fuck you. I want to go in.

    Jake grabs Tommy by the collar of his shirt and pulls him back into his seat.

    JAKE
    Sit your ass down!

    Tommy grabs his shirt back and looks at Jake.

    TOMMY
    What the fuck is your problem?

    JAKE
    We're only a few hours away from Mexico. The last thing I need is you shooting up more people.

    TOMMY
    Who said anything about shooting? I ain't gonna to shoot no one.

    JAKE
    I know you, Tommy. When you get around other people, something snaps in you.

    TOMMY
    I'm not going to kill anyone!

    JAKE
    Give me your gun.

    TOMMY
    What?

    JAKE
    Put your gun in my hand, and you can go in.

    Tommy looks out at Eddie.

    TOMMY
    Can you believe this shit?

    EDDIE
    Hey, don't get me involved.

    Tommy turns his head back around to face Jake.

    TOMMY
    You're fuckin’ kidding me, right?

    JAKE
    (shaking his head) Hand it over or stay in the car.

    TOMMY
    (swearing under his breath) Fine!

    He slaps the gun into Jake's hand.

    TOMMY
    Happy?!

    Jake pops open the glove compartment and throws the gun in, slamming it shut again.

    JAKE
    Absolutely.

    Jake turns to shut the car off as a news report interrupts the music playing.

    RADIO
    This is Lisa Murphy for JLCC News Break. Earlier this afternoon in Greenville, Kentucky, a young couple was found brutally murdered in a ditch. Their car, a blue Plymouth Roadrunner, has been reported missing and authorities believe it may have been stolen after the murders. The couple have been identified as Morris and Sandy Einhorn, a local couple. Police have determined that the men responsible are Jake, Thomas, and Edward Bunker. They are also being accused for the murder of a gas station clerk at a nearby station. The notorious Bunker Brothers escaped from the Ohio State Reformatory on October 25, just five days ago, and police say they have evidence linking them to over two dozen murders since then. Stay tuned to JLCC for more news as it comes in.

    Jake turns the car off and steps out. Tommy s close behind.

    EDDIE
    This is just great. Now the police are going to be looking for us
    everywhere.

    TOMMY
    That clerk was just asking to be capped. He was going to call the
    cops on us!

    JAKE
    That's beside the point, Tommy.

    EDDIE
    And they're throwing more murders on us now.

    JAKE
    What?

    EDDIE
    We've only killed twenty people. She said over two dozen.

    TOMMY
    Which means we're being blamed for murders we didn't commit.

    JAKE
    Not like it matters. It doesn't really make a difference after the first few. Twenty is the same as five. We'll get the chair for either.

    EDDIE
    So, what do we do now?

    JAKE
    We should probably forget all about this and just continue heading for the border.

    TOMMY
    Bullshit. We're here now, and I want some beer.

    EDDIE
    I guess he's right. We're already here. But let's make it quick.

    Jake slams his door shut.

    JAKE
    Fine. Whatever.

    Eddie closes his door and him and Jake move towards the store as Tommy reaches into his duffle bag in the backseat and withdraws another handgun. He smirks and quickly sticks it in his pants as he closes his door.

    INT. TANNER'S LIQUOR STORE

    ROBERT (Edward James Olmos) and REBECCA (Annette O'Toole) TANNER are standing behind the counter. Rebecca is thumbing through a TIME magazine, while Robert stares at the T.V. above the counter. Rebecca finishes her article and puts the magazine down.

    REBECCA
    Robert, I'm worried.

    ROBERT
    (yawning) You're always worried about something.

    REBECCA
    This time I'm serious. Michael has never been this late before.

    ROBERT
    Will you just hush up? I'm sure Mike is perfectly fine.

    REBECCA
    How do you know? He was supposed to call us at seven. That was four hours ago!

    ROBERT
    You don't know how boys are, Becky. They get carried away with things and easily forget about the time.

    REBECCA
    I knew we should have bought him that cell phone he wanted.

    Eddie, Tommy, and Jake walk in. Robert switches the channel on the T.V. with a remote. A rerun of a JUDGE JUDY episode is just beginning. As the three brothers walk in, little bells on the door jingle. Tommy walks toward the glass-door refrigerators as Eddie and Jake walk up to the counter.

    ROBERT
    Can I help you boys?

    EDDIE
    Yeah, you have a shitroom here?

    ROBERT
    (clearly disgusted with Eddie’s word usage) Outside, around the far corner.

    EDDIE
    (smiling) Thanks.

    Eddie runs out the door with Jake following, the bells jingling again. Tommy walks up to a glass door refrigerator and opens it. The refrigerators are all filled with different kinds of alcohol. Tommy pulls out a six-pack of Molson Canadian beer in bottles. He then turns to the counter.

    TOMMY
    You guys carry any tequila in this joint?

    ROBERT
    Right behind you.

    Tommy turns around and grabs a bottle of tequila off a shelf, whistling. Eddie comes back into the store at a stride.

    EDDIE
    Hey pops…

    Robert turns to him.

    ROBERT
    Yes?

    EDDIE
    The door to the shitroom is locked.

    ROBERT
    Oh right, forgot about the keys.

    Robert grabs a set of keys off a nail in the wall beside him and tosses them to Eddie, who catches them in the air. Eddie walks back out of the store and Tommy turns back to the refrigerators.

    We zoom in on the T.V. behind the counter. The program airing is interrupted by a newsbreak. A woman is standing on a dirt road in the dark. A subtitle at the bottom of the screen reads: ELAINE RILEY.

    ELAINE RILEY
    Hello, this is Elaine Riley for Channel 14 News Break from Greenville, Kentucky. Earlier today in this very spot, a twenty five year old couple, Morris and Sandy Einhorn were brutally murdered by the Bunker Brothers, who escaped prison less than a week ago. We are moments away from a press conference with Special Agent Marcus Larson of the FBI, who is heading up the manhunt of the three brothers.

    INT. BATHROOM

    The room is very grimy and dimly lit. Jake is sitting on the mold-covered sink as Eddie is taking a leak into a cracked urinal.

    EDDIE
    Are you alright? I figured this 'bandits on the road' thing would
    have been right up your alley.

    JAKE
    I'm no stranger to the road, but we've carried it to far. Killing
    innocent people wasn't a part of the plan.

    EDDIE
    Hey, it was either them or us.

    Eddie zips his pants up and lights a cigarette with a Zippo lighter.

    EDDIE
    It was a split second decision. That's something we've had to learn about the hard way. But no more, I promise. We’re almost home-free, bro!

    Eddie and Jake smile as Eddie flushes the toilet and the two leave.

    EXT. PHOENIX CITY HALL - AFTERNOON

    There's a podium at the top of the stairs leading to the front door. Standing at the podium is an African-American man in his mid-40s. He is SPECIAL AGENT MARK LARSON (Tony Todd), the leading official in the manhunt of the Bunker brothers. He clears his throat and speaks.

    LARSON
    Good afternoon, ladies and gentleman. I realize it's been a tough day here, as the Bunker brothers have continued to elude capture. But I have been guaranteed by local law enforcers that we will have the Bunkers captured with a couple days. They're running out of room fast and soon they'll have no where else to go. I will now answer any questions you have at the moment.

    INT. TANNER’S LIQUOR STORE

    Tommy is now carrying the beer and liquor in a bag. He turns around and sees the T.V. The T.V. is now showing drawn sketches of the three brothers, and a phone number is under the pictures.

    LARSON
    (V.O.)
    … and please, if you have seen these men, make sure to avoid them at all costs and call this number.

    Tommy turns around, scared and confused, as Rebecca and Robert are watching the T.V.

    TOMMY
    (whispering) Oh shit...

    ROBERT
    Those sons of bitches should have gotten the electric chair in the
    first place. Killing their grandparents, the sick bastards. If they walked into my store I wouldn't call the authorities, I'd teach them a thing or two about common decency.

    TOMMY
    (whispering) Come on you guys, what's taking so long?

    The tequila slips out of Tommy's sweaty hands and it shatters on the floor.

    TOMMY
    Damn it!

    Robert glances over, but Tommy’s back is to him.

    ROBERT
    Don't worry about it. Just grab another one.

    TOMMY
    (muttering) Thanks.

    REBECCA
    (ignoring Tommy) It's almost eleven-thirty now, Robert. He's four and a half hours late! Should I call him?

    ROBERT
    (sighing) Becky, quit worrying about him, damn it. It's a long distance call, and if you call and he's not there, it'd be a waste of money.

    REBECCA
    (slightly upset) Fine, but if he doesn't call or show up in the next half hour, I'm calling.

    ROBERT
    Fine!

    EXT. TANNER’S LIQUOR STORE - NIGHT

    Eddie and Jake are sitting on the hood of the car, looking at the entrance to the store. Eddie is still smoking.

    JAKE
    What the hell's keeping him?

    EDDIE
    I don't know. And chances are, I don't want to know.

    JAKE
    We shouldn't be sitting around like this. We should have just headed for the border.

    EDDIE
    Don't worry about it. We'll be there soon. (pauses to take a drag of the smoke) Where are we going to go once we get there anyway? We don't know anyone in Mexico, and we have no money.

    JAKE
    An old friend of mine that I spent ten years on the road with. She
    jumped the border to Mexico with half a million.

    EDDIE
    We going to live the sweet life, eh?

    JAKE
    Possibly.

    Jake reaches into his pocket.

    JAKE
    Ah shit.

    EDDIE
    What?

    JAKE
    We forgot to take these back in.

    He pulls the bathroom keys out from his pocket.

    EDDIE
    Guess we got to go back in after all.

    Eddie drops his cigarette and they walk toward the store. As they walk, Eddie scratches his crotch. Jake punches him on the shoulder and he quits.

    JAKE
    Quit that shit.

    EDDIE
    What?

    JAKE
    It's disgusting.

    EDDIE
    It itches!

    They walk into the store.

    INT. TANNER’S LIQUOR STORE

    As Jake and Eddie enter, Tommy approaches the counter and the end credits for JUDGE JUDY play, so Robert starts to channel surf. The channel Robert stops on is showing the news, and on the screen is all three of the Bunker Brother's mugshots, side by side. Eddie, Jake, and Tommy all reach the counter at the same time. Jake puts the bathroom keys on the counter and Robert turns to take them. We flash back and forth between Tommy's mugshot to his face, then Jake's mugshot and face, then Eddie's mugshot and face. Realization dawns on Robert.

    ROBERT
    What the hell...?

    EDDIE
    Oh shit...

    Rebecca takes a step back as Robert pulls a shotgun up from under the counter and fires. The glass door beside Eddie explodes. He grabs his head and hits the floor, as glass falls around him. Eddie gets up and runs towards the back of the store and slips on the spilled tequila as Robert fires again. Tommy pulls out his .357, sticking it out a few inches from Robert's face.

    TOMMY
    Drop it!

    ROBERT
    You drop it!

    TOMMY
    Fuck you!

    JAKE
    Where'd you get that gun?!

    TOMMY
    I had another one, and aren't you glad I had this one?

    Robert points the shotgun at Eddie's head. Jake has pulled his handgun out and is now aiming at Robert's head too.

    ROBERT
    I'll blow his head off, you pathetic scum!

    REBECCA
    Just drop it, Robert! Let them leave!

    JAKE
    Drop the shotgun and we'll leave quietly. We don't want any trouble.

    TOMMY
    But if you don't drop the shotgun, shithead, you'll be leaving in a
    body bag.

    ROBERT
    Like I'm going to believe a couple boys who brutally slaughtered dozens of people for fun.

    Eddie slowly returns to his feet.

    EDDIE
    Listen, we don't want to kill anyone! We just wanted to get some
    beer and leave.

    REBECCA
    Just let them go, Robert!

    TOMMY
    Be smart and listen to your woman!

    ROBERT
    There's no way in hell I'm letting three mass murderers leave my
    store!

    Tommy pushes the muzzle of his gun against Robert's head.

    TOMMY
    Drop the fucking gun!

    Jake looks back at Eddie, then looks around at Robert again.

    JAKE
    Come on, Robbie, are you ready to drop it yet?

    ROBERT
    Not by a long shot, kiddo.

    The phone suddenly rings and everyone turns it.

    REBECCA
    (anxious) Excuse me?

    Tommy whips his gun around to point at Rebecca.

    TOMMY
    Shut the hell up!

    The phone rings again.

    JAKE
    Tommy! I don't need you losing it. Go ahead, lady, what did you want to say?

    The phone continues ringing.

    REBECCA
    Well, my son went to college today and he was supposed to call five hours ago, but he never did. That could be him now. So I was wondering, could I answer that?

    JAKE
    Go ahead. Just don't do anything stupid.

    Rebecca answers the phone.

    REBECCA
    Hello?

    Robert fidgets, sweating profusely.

    JAKE
    Tommy, don't turn this into something we don't need.

    TOMMY
    Shut up, Jake.

    REBECCA
    Hello honey, what took you so long? (pause) Oh really? How'd you do that?

    Robert's finger tightens on the shotgun trigger.

    TOMMY
    (whispering) Fuck this.

    Tommy shoots the phone and it explodes into scrap plastic pieces.

    ROBERT
    Son of a bitch!

    Robert swings the shotgun toward Tommy's head but before he can pull, Tommy quickly pulls his gun toward him shoots him in the forehead twice. The impact of the bullet causes Robert's brains explode across the wall behind him. Seeing this, Rebecca screams. She lunges forward and starts beating Tommy in the head with the phone earpeice. Tommy yells, stumbling backwards and shooting Rebecca twice in the chest. Rebecca falls backwards into a rack of chips. Eddie and Jake lower their guns.

    TOMMY
    (grinning) That'll teach 'em.

    Eddie quickly walks out of the store, the bells jingling.

    EDDIE
    (V.O.)
    We need to leave, right now!

    Tommy leans over the counter and takes Robert's shotgun.

    JAKE
    God damn it, Tommy. This is the kind of shit we don't need
    happening!

    Tommy walks up to Jake and pushes him.

    TOMMY
    He was going to shoot me! What did you want me to do about it?
    What's done is done, don't fucking cry about it!

    JAKE
    You can't keep killing people!

    TOMMY
    I know what I'm doing!

    Tommy looks over the counter and quickly turns around. He grabs a rack of snacks and flings them against the refrigerators, screaming. The glass doors shatter when the rack hits them. Tommy starts to move around the store, throwing beer and all kinds of alcohol all over the store. Soon the walls, floors, racks, the counter, everything is covered with alcohol.

    JAKE
    What are you doing now, Tommy?

    TOMMY
    Destroying the evidence.

    He grabs another six-pack of Molson Canadian beer and bottle of tequila and walks to the door. He stops and looks back at Jake, who is still staring at the counter holding his .357.

    TOMMY
    You comin', big brother?

    EXT. TANNER’S LIQUOR STORE - NIGHT

    Eddie is standing by the car, smoking another cigarette. Tommy puts the beer and tequila on the hood. He grabs the cigarette from Eddie's mouth.

    TOMMY
    Thanks.

    EDDIE
    Hey!

    Tommy puts it in his mouth, walking around to the back of the car and leaning into the back window, which is open. He comes back out, with his .357 in his hand. Jake rushes out of the store.

    JAKE
    What are you doing, Tommy?

    TOMMY
    I'm making a little bonfire, maybe sing a few songs. (takes a drag) Eddie, go find us another car.

    EDDIE
    Why do we need a new car?

    TOMMY
    Well, as you may have heard on the radio there, that prick Larson
    knows we're traveling in this vehicle. It would make sense to find a new car.

    Eddie looks around the empty parking lot.

    EDDIE
    Where? We're the only ones here.

    TOMMY
    They owners probably have a car out back.

    EDDIE
    I'll go check.

    Eddie runs back around the store as Tommy tucks his gun into his pants and walks toward the store. He throws the cigarette into the store and it lands in a puddle of liquor. A minute later Tommy turns around and walks away from the store as the fire spreads through the inside. He then walks up beside Jake and the two turn to face the burning store.

    TOMMY
    This looks like it's gonna be a good one!

    JAKE
    You sure like your fires, don't you?

    TOMMY
    Who doesn't love a good fire?!

    There's an explosion inside which causes the front windows to shatter.

    JAKE
    (sarcastic) Good move.

    TOMMY
    (smiling) Excellent.

    A red Dodge Ram pickup comes speeding around the corner of the store.

    TOMMY
    Great! Something with four-wheel drive.

    The pickup stops beside them and Eddie gets out, leaving it running.

    EDDIE
    Let's hurry, I think a burning liquor store attracts attention.

    Eddie, Tommy, and Jake walk up to the back of the Roadrunner car. We go to a shot from the inside of the trunk as Eddie opens it, Jake to one side and Tommy on the other.

    EDDIE'S P.O.V:

    The trunk is full with three .45’s, three sawed-off .12 Gauge Shotguns, a machete, a small chainsaw, a 9MM Beretta, a tire iron, and a tire.

    JAKE
    (V.O.)
    We take everything but the tire.

    We go back to a regular shot as Tommy opens the back of the truck, putting the chainsaw, the
    shotgun Robert had, and the machete in. Jake puts the Beretta, the .45's, and the tire iron in. Eddie puts the other three shotguns in. Tommy pulls a small brown case out from under the tire and opens it. Inside the case are ten very sharp throwing knives.

    Tommy smiles.

    TOMMY
    I love these things.

    There's the sound of sirens and the Bunker Brothers turn around, looking down the road, which has trees on both sides of it. A forest is to the right of the store. We can see the red and blue lights reflecting off the trees before we can even see the police cars.

    JAKE
    Shit. Just what we need.

    TOMMY
    The son of a bitch must have set off an alarm!

    JAKE
    We better get moving.

    Three squad cars speed into view, stopping about thirty yards from the brothers. All three Bunkers are now holding .357's.

    COP #1
    (over a PA) You're cornered! Drop the weapons and raise your hands above your heads!

    Tommy fires a shot.

    TOMMY
    Fuck you!

    The squad cars continue to move towards the burning store and Tommy continues to shoot as Eddie and Jake run toward the woods. Two shots hit the driver of a squad car in the face through the windshield. Tommy quickly runs towards the back of the store as the squad car slams into the back of the pickup, causing it to slam forward into the side of the Road Runner. Tommy watches as the passenger of the crashed squad car climbs out and falls to the ground. The other two squad cars stop and the others cops get out, all holding Berettas. Tommy ducks behind a tree, sliding down to the ground as a rapid succession of bullets hit the tree.

    TOMMY
    (panting) Shit!

    The cops line up, pointing their guns at the tree.

    COP #1
    Come out from behind the tree with your hands up!

    TOMMY
    Kiss my ass!

    Tommy laughs, reloading his .357. He swings around and starts firing. A bullet hits Cop #1 and kills him, the shot blowing through his chest. Tommy swings back behind the tree as the
    three remaining cops shoot the tree. Tommy flattens himself against the tree, closing his eyes as bullets slam into the other side of it. The cops shoot the tree at least twenty times before their guns click empty. Cop #2 starts forward and Cop #3 holds him back.

    COP #2
    What?

    COP #3
    Reload your gun!

    COP #2
    There's no way anybody could live through that.

    A shot rings out and Cop #2's throat explodes in a wave of blood.

    COP #3
    Shit! Call for backup!

    The fourth cop, runs back to his squad car and Cop #3 watches him. He turns back to the tree. Tommy is whistling off screen.

    COP #3
    Give up! You have no chance of survival in this situation! We've
    radioed for backup! There is no chance of esc...

    There's a shot and Cop #4 falls as he reaches the squad car, shot in the back. Cop #3 looks back at Cop #4, who lays beside the squad car, holding his back and screaming.

    COP #4
    (in pain) Damn it!

    Cop #3 turns back to the tree.

    TOMMY
    You fuckers don't know who’re messing with!

    COP #3
    Who are you?

    TOMMY
    The one and only Tommy Bunker!

    COP #3
    (whispering) Good lord. (to Tommy) You killed all those people in Ohio and Kentucky.

    TOMMY
    I hate to take credit for all of them, but yeah, I did most of it!

    COP #3
    Where are your brothers?

    TOMMY
    I've been wondering the same thing myself. Now, let me ask you
    something. How old are you?

    COP #3
    (fumbling) I'm, uh, I’m…

    TOMMY
    It's not a goddamn hard question.

    COP #3
    I'm...I'm thirty.

    TOMMY
    Are you willing to sacrifice thirty years just to catch me and my brothers?

    COP #3
    If that's what it takes, yes.

    TOMMY
    Just wanted to be clear on that.

    There's a shot and Cop #3 stumbles back, he's been shot in the chest. He falls and Tommy comes out from behind the tree, reloading his .357.

    TOMMY
    Well, I guess you're just another statistic now.

    Cop #4 is reaching up, groaning, his fingers inches away from the CB radio. As he grabs the radio, Tommy shoots and his hand explodes in a spray of blood and bone. Cop #4 screams, looking at the mangled remains of his hand. A couple fingers are on the squad car's seat.

    EXT. THE WOODS - NIGHT

    Jake and Eddie stop running. They bend over and start breathing heavy, catching their breaths. Jake looks around and then looks at Eddie.

    JAKE
    Where the hell is Tommy?

    EDDIE
    I don't know, I thought he was following us.

    JAKE
    That stupid son of a bitch.

    EDDIE
    What if they caught him, Jake?

    JAKE
    I wouldn't worry about Tommy.

    EDDIE
    No, what if they caught him? They'll kill him for sure.

    Jake, still leaning over to catch his breath, looks behind them.

    JAKE
    Shut up! Did you hear that?

    Eddie stares at Jake as Jake shifts his glance and looks in all directions around them.

    EDDIE
    Hear what?

    JAKE
    A low growling. (pauses) Something's out there…

    They look out into the woods and there's the sound of low growling in the darkness.

    EDDIE
    Oh shit, you think it's a wolf or a coyote or something?

    JAKE
    I don't know. But if you see it, shoot it.

    A twig snaps somewhere nearby and Eddie raises his gun. Jake raises his gun as well as they get back to back.

    EDDIE
    Oh shit... what are we going to do?

    JAKE
    We wait for it to leave, or we kill it.

    EDDIE
    What do you think it is?

    JAKE
    The Tanner’s fuckin' dog probably. Does it matter?

    A growl louder than before echoes nearby. A really large wolf suddenly comes bounding out of the woods, barking, growling, and snarling.

    EDDIE
    Holy shit!

    Jake shoots at the wolf but his shot misses wide. The wolf leaps up at Eddie, teeth bared. Eddie holds his left arm out in front of him for protection and the wolf bites down on his forearm. Eddie stumbles back, screaming. He trips over the bottom of a tree and falls to the ground, the wolf still
    gnawing on his arm, blood spraying everywhere. He falls on his back and the wolf lets go of his arm, lunging for his face. Eddie catches the wolf by the throat and raises his gun to its head. He pulls the trigger back slightly, staring at the wolf's eyes.

    CLOSE-UP:

    The wolf has ocean-blue eyes.

    We go back to a normal shot as Eddie pulls the trigger all the way back, blowing the wolf's head apart. The wolf goes limp and Eddie pushes the body off of him. He quickly gets back to his feet.

    EDDIE
    Son of a fucking bitch bit me! God damn it!

    Eddie shoots the wolf's body three times.

    JAKE
    I think you killed the fucker.

    EDDIE
    Fuckin' wolf.

    JAKE
    We better head back towards the liquor store and see if Tommy’s in any trouble.

    EDDIE
    God damn! It burns, Jake! It feels like a hundred needles are stabbing my body! It fucking hurts!

    JAKE
    Just hold on. We’ll go find Tommy and take the pick-up out of here.

    Jake and Eddie turn away and walk back the way they came. As soon as they are out of view, the dead wolf with no head transforms into a dead person with no head.

    EXT. THE WOODS - NIGHT - MINUTES LATER

    Jake and Eddie are walking through the woods. Eddie has ripped a length of cloth from his shirt and has wrapped it around his arm and is groaning.

    EDDIE
    Christ Jake, you think I got rabies from it?

    JAKE
    I don't know, but once we get to Mexico, we’ll get that arm looked at.

    Jake and Eddie leave the wooded area and start to walk towards the burning store.

    EXT. TANNER’S LIQUOR STORE - NIGHT

    Tommy is sitting on the back of a squad car, drinking a beer and laughing. Cop #4 is now dead, shot twice in the chest. Tommy looks up, grinning, as Eddie and Jake step onto the parking lot.

    TOMMY
    Where the hell did you two run off to? I had to kill all these guys
    myself.

    Tommy sees Eddie holding his bleeding arm. The ripped rag he has covering it is now completely soaked through with blood.

    TOMMY
    Jesus, what the hell happened to you, Ed?

    EDDIE
    I got attacked by a wolf.

    Tommy jumps to his feet, dropping his beer.

    TOMMY
    No shit?

    Tommy walks over to them and Eddie unwraps his arm, showing his bloody and chewed forearm to Tommy. Tommy laughs.

    TOMMY
    Damn! It took a big chunk outta you!

    EDDIE
    Yeah, it did.

    Eddie turns to Jake.

    EDDIE
    I think I really need to get to a hospital.

    JAKE
    No fucking hospitals. They'll recognize us and call the cops. We'd have to shoot our way out of there and I don't want to have a shoot-out in a hospital.

    Eddie faces Tommy again.

    EDDIE
    This never would have been a problem if you didn't need a
    fucking beer.

    TOMMY
    Are you saying this is my fuckin’ fault?

    Tommy faces Jake.

    TOMMY
    Is this my fault?

    Before Jake can answer, Eddie speaks again.

    EDDIE
    I’ve got to get my arm fixed up, Bro. We can't just let me bleed
    to death, which is what’s going to happen if I don’t get this taken care of right away.

    JAKE
    We aren't taking you to a hospital! We’re to damn close to the border to let this fuck us over. We'll find some place along the way, but not a hospital.

    INT. PICK-UP TRUCK - NIGHT

    The truck is cruising down an Arizona highway, as it slowly moves on to midnight. Jake is driving, Tommy is in the middle looking at his .357, and Eddie is sitting by the passenger door, looking out the window. The radio is playing ‘Bad Moon Rising’ by CCR.

    Eddie rolls down his window and lights a cigarette.

    TOMMY
    You think they're looking for us again?

    JAKE
    What?

    TOMMY
    The cops. Do you think they found their dead pals at the liquor store yet?

    JAKE
    More then likely, yeah.

    TOMMY
    You think we're gonna make it?

    JAKE
    (sighing) That little fiasco back there will guarantee that Agent Larson and his squad are going to be tightening their grip on us.

    TOMMY
    Jake, I'm sorry.

    JAKE
    Don't be. You had no choice. Besides, no one saw us leaving in
    this pickup truck. For all they know, we ran off into the woods.

    Jake is scanning the right side of the highway as he notices a road sign that reads 'Trejo - Next Exit'. He pulls the truck into the right lane and presses down on the gas.

    TOMMY
    I thought we were gonna go to Phoenix?

    JAKE
    We're around a bunch of these old small towns from the sixties. There's bound to be some eighty-year old guy running a clinic from his home.

    Eddie, ignoring the conversation, just stares out the window and up into the dark sky. He takes a long drag off the cigarette and flicks the rest off into the night. He blows the smoke out and it drifts away as he tiredly looks up into the sky. The last thing Eddie sees before he drifts off to sleep is the full moon, staring down on him.

    11/24/2005 11:36:28 PM

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