terms of endearment

terms of endearment

Pontypool #MovieClubStrikesBack

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SUBSCRIBE FREE - http://goo.gl/MJe2Tj & JOIN the Hairy Family :) 4 Vlogs a week (MON, TUES, WED & 1 at WEEKENDs) FUNNY VLOGS, FUNNY NEWS, FULL MOVIE REVIEWs, FRIENDLY ADVICE & generally try to make you SMILE! Go check them out - https://www.youtube.com/MovieClubStrikesBack In the small town of Pontypool, Ontario, former shock jock turned radio announcer Grant Mazzy drives through a blizzard on his way to work. When poor visibility forces him to stop his car, an underdressed woman appears on the road, startling him. Grant calls out to her, but she disappears into the storm, ominously repeating his words and visibly disturbing him. Grant eventually arrives at the radio station, where he works with technical assistant Laurel-Ann Drummond and station manager Sydney Briar. As the morning proceeds, Grant's on-air persona irritates Sydney. They get a report from their helicopter reporter Ken Loney (which Sydney reveals to Grant is a man on a hill with sound effects mimicking a helicopter) about a possible riot at the office of a Dr. Mendez. He describes a scene of chaos and carnage that results in numerous deaths. After Ken is unexpectedly cut off, the group tries to confirm his report, but their witnesses are disconnected before they can put them on the airwaves. Ken calls back and reports that he has found the "infected" son of a well-known citizen nearby, who is mumbling to himself. Before Ken can hear what the son is saying, the call is again cut off, this time by a startling transmission of garbled French. The transmission is an instruction to remain indoors, not to use terms of endearment, phrases that conflict, or the English language. Pontypool is declared to be under quarantine. Ken then manages to call back, this time close enough for Grant and the women to hear the infected son's mumbling, which is nothing but "Mommy" in a child's voice. In confusion and disbelief, Grant tries to leave the station, but a horde of people attack, and Grant, Sydney, and Laurel-Ann lock themselves in. Meanwhile, Laurel-Ann begins demonstrating erratic behavior. She fixates on the word "missing," repeating it over and over, then imitates the sound of a boiling kettle. Dr. Mendez enters the studio and Grant, Sydney, and Mendez lock themselves in Grant's soundproof booth. Mendez explains his theory: somehow a virus has found its way into human language, infecting certain words, and only certain words infect certain people. Once these infected words are said and understood, the virus takes hold of the host. As he explains, Laurel-Ann repeatedly slams against the sound booth's window, chewing off her lower lip and splattering blood with each attack. Ken calls in again and, while on the air, he also succumbs to the apparent virus, repeating the word "sample." LIKE, COMMENT, SHARE & SUBSCRIBE LATEST VIDEOS - http://goo.gl/INOQRY #HairyMovieClub Videos - http://goo.gl/EXwP5f Website - http://www.MrHairyBrit.com Twitter - http://goo.gl/CuZp9s Instagram - http://goo.gl/Bbj3Vt Facebook - http://goo.gl/X6LNyX Tumblr - http://goo.gl/7yhWg4 Google+ - http://goo.gl/b9h8J2 General Tags : Mr HairyBrit, HairyBrit, SFMC, WeAreMovieClub, Movie Club Strikes Back, MCSB, Funny, Vlogger, Funny News, Weird News, Tech News, Lists, Guides, Hairy Family, Movie Club, Totally Listed, Vlogs, Blogger, Vlog Rants, Full Movie Reviews, Full Film Reviews, Weird Facts, Hairy Movie Club, HairyMovieClub, #HairyMovieClub, #SexySunday Always looking for collab ideas or shout outs - message me here or on Twitter/Facebook :) ► SUBSCRIBE - http://goo.gl/MJe2Tj ◄