- 1. I've got the vibes. This thing is evil, man.
- 2. I got a bad feeling.
- 3. Shut up and keep moving.
- 4. Is big mistake.
- 5. Let it go, man.
We set it down, and we let it go.
- 6. It's only a bloody monkey, for Christ's sake.
Now pick it up.
- 7. Listen, you no pick up the cage,
- 8. you no get the big dollars.
- 9. Holy shit!
- 10. Don't move!
- 11. What are these buggers playing at?
- 12. He says the Rat Monkey must be set free.
- 13. He says we must leave this valley
and never return,
- 14. or the evil spirits will exact their revenge.
- 15. Permit. Look and see. Permit.
- 16. Permit!
- 17. I'm a New Zealand zoo official,
and this monkey is going to Newtown.
- 18. Move it!
- 19. Start her up! Quick!
- 20. Hey!
- 21. Drive, you buggers!
- 22. Man, wait.
- 23. Step on it!
- 24. The little bugger bit me.
- 25. Zingaya! Zingaya!
- 26. You've got the bite.
- 27. There's some Dettol in the jeep.
- 28. Jeez! No!
- 29. No! What are you doing?
- 30. Zingaya.
- 31. Shit!
- 32. - Zingaya!
- 33. Thank you.
- 34. - Hi, Paquita.
- Good morning, Roger.
- 35. That's the lot.
- 36. Tell your dad I'll be round on Thursday
with the saveloys.
- 37. That's a pretty dress, Paquita.
- 38. See you later, alligator.
- 39. You like that boy, Paquita?
- 40. Shuffle the cards.
- 41. We will see if you and Roger
are destined to be together.
- 42. Create his image in your mind
and cut the cards.
- 43. Paquita,
- 44. I thought we'd seen the last of this.
- 45. And here you go, you start over again.
- 46. This is you.
- 47. And this is the man of your future.
- 48. But he doesn't look like Roger.
- 49. It is not Roger.
- 50. There will be one romance,
- 51. and it shall last forever.
- 52. Romance?
- 53. What about money?
- 54. This man will enter your life
in the near future.
- 55. And you will become
romantically entangled with him.
- 56. Almost immediately.
- 57. But who is it?
- 58. You will recognize this man
- 59. by the symbol of the star
- 60. and of the moon.
- 61. - What is this?
- No, not that one.
- 62. Paquita, we have a customer.
- 63. It's bad, yes?
- 64. Nothing.
- 65. Paquita!
- 66. Just dropping off our order.
- 67. Mum says to pack the biscuits on top
because she doesn't want any broken.
- 68. Actually,
- 69. I'll take one of these now.
- 70. Sorry.
- 71. I better be off then.
- 72. Lionel!
- 73. Good morning, everybody.
- 74. Morning, everybody. Well, now I'd like...
- 75. There's a beetle.
- 76. There. Under the fridge.
- 77. Horrid little creature
scuttled right in front of me.
- 78. I thought I told you to spray this house!
- 79. The place is infested with vermin.
- 80. I'll get on it straight away, Mum.
- 81. Lionel!
- 82. You'll be pleased to know
- 83. that your mother has been voted
treasurer elect of the WLWL:
- 84. The Wellington Ladies' Welfare League.
- 85. That's great, Mum.
- 86. And on Friday,
- 87. the president, Nora Matheson,
is dropping by to offer her congratulations.
- 88. Wow, the president.
- 89. Oh, God!
- 90. Look at the state of this place!
- 91. All the windows will have to be polished.
- 92. Look at this dust! It's an inch thick!
- 93. You'll have to do the silver.
- 94. I polished it last week.
- 95. And the drapes need cleaning.
- 96. I just mowed the lawn.
- 97. Does this look like
a well-maintained frontage?
- 98. Get off, you stupid dog.
- 99. Here, I'll help you.
- 100. No. I manage.
- 101. Your brother usually does the deliveries.
- 102. Not today.
- 103. Is big house.
- 104. You live here always?
- 105. Yeah.
- 106. You like my dog?
- 107. Is very big, yes?
- 108. Any bigger, and he'd belong in a zoo.
- 109. Zoo? Pardon?
- 110. Zoo. You know, animals? Cages?
- 111. I like to go with zoo.
- 112. I go with the zoo?
- 113. No. No, no.
- 114. You want to go to the zoo.
- 115. Yes, please.
- 116. Okay.
- 117. Tomorrow?
- 118. I'll meet you outside the shop.
- 119. Okay.
- 120. I have to go.
- 121. My jardiniere, it's shattered.
- 122. Mum, that was your favorite.
- 123. It would never have happened
if you'd taken more care with the dusting.
- 124. I can get you another one.
- 125. It's irreplaceable.
- 126. A present from your father.
- 127. Our last wedding anniversary.
- 128. Before he was taken from us.
- 129. I miss him, too.
- 130. Look.
- 131. Cary Grant. He is such a dream.
- 132. I wish I could be Grace Kelly.
- 133. She is so pretty.
- 134. Such beautiful blonde hair.
- 135. Lionel?
- 136. What is wrong?
- 137. Sorry.
- 138. When I was young, I was at the beach,
- 139. I nearly drowned when I fell off this pier.
- 140. My dad dived in to save me,
- 141. but as he was climbing out,
- 142. this freak wave just washed him out to sea
- 143. and he drowned.
- 144. The little monkeys! Look, Lionel.
- 145. There! For you!
- 146. Poor little bugger.
- 147. Get out of there, you vicious little shit!
- 148. Reckon they're only found
on one island, you know?
- 149. Story goes, these great big rats
- 150. come scuttling off the slave ships
- 151. and raped all the little tree monkeys.
- 152. You know, the natives use them
in black magic rituals.
- 153. - Really?
- 154. Don't ask me how.
- 155. Probably suck the blood of virgins, eh?
- 156. I want to sit down.
- 157. Wow.
- 158. Mum?
- 159. Mum!
- 160. Holy shit!
- 161. Look at this. It bit me.
- 162. I've been savaged.
- 163. And my dress.
- 164. Here, I help you.
- 165. Lionel.
- 166. Take me home.
- 167. There you are, Vera.
- 168. Now, you just rest up.
- 169. I'll be back in a couple of days
to change that dressing.
- 170. Thanks, Nurse McTavish.
- 171. It's all right, Lionel. I'll see myself out.
- 172. Why have you deliberately
gone out of your way to upset me?
- 173. I'm sorry.
- 174. It won't happen again.
- 175. I don't deserve all this attention, darling.
- 176. if you need anything during the night,
- 177. - you just call.
- You're so good to me.
- 178. Good night, Mum.
- 179. Lionel!
- 180. Hello!
- 181. Keep your voice down.
- 182. Look, I have yourjacket.
- 183. Yeah. I'll get it tomorrow.
- 184. What?
- 185. Look.
- 186. It could've waited till the morning.
- 187. Is that all you have to say?
- 188. Look, I'm really sorry
about the zoo, Paquita.
- 189. It's just Mum, she's...
- 190. You know.
- 191. We go out again? To a movie?
- 192. Look.
- 193. I'd like to.
- 194. But it's not... It's just not possible.
- 195. Not possible?
- 196. But we are romantically entangled.
- 197. Entangled? Look...
- 198. Look, I don't know what you're thinking,
- 199. but I just can't see you anymore.
- 200. Paquita.
- 201. There will be one romance,
- 202. and it shall last forever.
- 203. Wow! Mum, what a beautiful day.
- 204. I'm gonna call Nurse McTavish.
- 205. No. You'll do no such thing.
- 206. - I'm perfectly all right.
- 207. You'll look after me, Lionel.
- 208. Nora Matheson. Ladies' Welfare League.
- 209. Your mother's expecting us.
- 210. The Mathesons are here.
- 211. No, Mum. You're not well!
- 212. Get my dress!
- 213. Jeez!
- 214. Please go back to bed, Mum.
- 215. I'll put them off. It's only the Mathesons.
- 216. It's the WLWL!
- 217. Careful. It'll stick on crooked.
- 218. Our main objective next year
- 219. is to try to get
some of the younger generation
- 220. involved in the league.
- 221. That's why I'm so pleased
that you're on the committee, Vera.
- 222. Thank you, Nora.
- 223. It's a great honor.
- 224. Have you had any thoughts on the agenda
for the annual meeting?
- 225. Annual meeting.
- 226. What we need's another war!
- 227. Yes, dear.
- 228. I hear Sir Edmund Hillary's
planning an attempt on the South Pole.
- 229. By trek, though.
- 230. Have some more beans, Mrs. Matheson.
- 231. I'll have a few of those, lad.
- 232. I really think we should be going, dear.
- 233. Thank you, Lionel.
- 234. What?
- 235. No pudding?
- 236. Only custard, I'm afraid.
- 237. Custard.
- 238. I haven't had a good custard in years.
- 239. She never makes the stuff.
- 240. Damn fine custard.
- 241. Rich and creamy, just the way I like it.
- 242. Touchy on the old food front.
- 243. Never mind.
- 244. That was a fine meal, boy.
- 245. Thank you, Mr. Matheson.
- 246. - Lionel!
- What's wrong?
- 247. Lionel, you must listen to me.
- 248. Dark forces are amassing against you.
- 249. My grandmamma has seen it.
- 250. "The path ahead is one of fear
and great danger."
- 251. Fernando!
- 252. Paquita, wait!
- 253. God! Mum!
- 254. Fernando.
- 255. Your mother ate my dog!
- 256. Not all of it.
- 257. Get Nurse McTavish, quick.
- 258. How long has your mother been like this?
- 259. Since this morning.
- 260. I'll call an ambulance.
You pack some things for the hospital.
- 261. I'll do it.
- 262. Nurse McTavish.
- 263. Your mother's dead, Lionel.
- 264. I'm sorry, Lionel.
- 265. There was nothing we could do.
- 266. She loved you very much.
- 267. Which toothbrush?
- 268. Lionel!
- 269. Your mother's toothbrush,
- 270. the white one or green one?
- 271. Green!
- 272. Mother, you are looking well today.
- 273. I woke up this morning, Phillip,
and I feel 100% better.
- 274. How about a nice cup of tea?
- 275. I'll just put the jug on.
- 276. Sorry, Mother.
That was your favorite teapot.
- 277. It slipped out of me hand.
- 278. Never mind, Phillip.
- 279. Bed jacket, nightgown, slippers
- 280. Where's your mother?
- 281. She's gone to hospital.
- 282. I didn't hear the ambulance.
- 283. No, no, no.
- 284. Well,
- 285. she went in Nurse McTavish's car, yeah.
- 286. Sort of...
- 287. Well, sort of...
Sort of lying across the back seat, really.
- 288. Yeah. Her and Nurse McTavish
off to hospital.
- 289. But her night bag?
- 290. I'll take that.
- 291. So, it's you
who's been poaching my rabbits.
- 292. - Lionel.
- I've a good mind to let you have it
- 293. with both barrels.
- 294. It weren't me, sir.
- 295. It were that Johnny Morris what did it.
- 296. Well, I go now.
- 297. You just be on your way, young lad.
- 298. if I see you here again,
I'll give you what for.
- 299. What do you want?
- 300. You're not from the lmmigration?
- 301. I told you people
I lost my bloody papers, okay?
- 302. My family left Latvia
- 303. during the occupation.
- 304. We were hunted like dogs!
- 305. I just want to buy some
- 306. sedatives.
- 307. What do you think I am?
A goddamn doctor?
- 308. I don't sell sedatives.
- 309. Tranquilizers, I do have.
- 310. Do you want a syringe,
- 311. or are you going to sniff?
- 312. Lionel, I am happy to see you.
- 313. Tell me about these
- 314. dark forces.
- 315. Death surrounds him.
- 316. There will be torment and suffering.
- 317. You are marked.
- 318. Lionel.
- 319. Lionel, if something is wrong, I can...
- 320. Nothing's wrong, okay?
- 321. It contains the power of the white light.
- 322. It will protect you.
- 323. Keep it with you always.
- 324. How is your mother?
- 325. Fine.
- 326. Yeah, they want to keep her in hospital
for a few more days.
- 327. I didn't see her. She ran right in front of me.
- 328. They must have discharged her early.
- 329. It was a dreadful shock,
- 330. losing Vera like that.
- 331. Had lunch with her only last Friday.
Picture of health.
- 332. - That boy of hers, where is he?
- Fine lad.
- 333. Lionel called half a dozen times
in the last two days,
- 334. very keen to view the remains.
- 335. Of course I had to put him off.
It would have been far too distressing.
- 336. As it is,
it's been a damn difficult embalming job.
- 337. Oh, my God. Excuse me.
- 338. I can tell you're not a Cosgrove.
- 339. - You're far too good looking.
- 340. Les is the name. I'm Lionel's...
- 341. Lionel's uncle.
- 342. And who might you be?
- 343. Paquita Maria Sanchez.
- 344. Latin, eh?
- 345. Excuse me, Father.
- 346. - I am looking for Lionel.
- I haven't seen him.
- 347. And if he's not here in 10 minutes,
- 348. his mother will be delivered
into the hands of the Lord in his absence.
- 349. You idiot.
- 350. I told you to stay in there.
- 351. The embalming machine
should've been turned off half an hour ago.
- 352. Great! The old blowout!
- 353. You're a half-wit.
- 354. This is coming off your wages.
- 355. - I'll fix them up.
- No, leave it.
- 356. We've got to get the body to the service.
- 357. The theme of today's service
is the sanctity of motherhood.
- 358. Vera Cosgrove will be surely missed
by her friends and grieving family,
- 359. for she was indeed a fine woman,
- 360. and everything a boy
could wish for in a mother.
- 361. Lionel,
- 362. though deprived of his father
at an early age,
- 363. was blessed with an abundance
of mother love.
- 364. Though our dear ones depart,
- 365. they live on in our hearts and memories.
- 366. Until, in the fullness of time,
we, too, depart from this world.
- 367. Until we are reunited once again.
- 368. A Christian spirit is eternal.
- 369. Yea, whosoever believeth
in the Lord, Jesus Christ,
- 370. shall be
- 371. resurrected.
- 372. Poor Lionel.
- 373. He was always dreadfully attached
to his mother.
- 374. Well, I've seen some displays of grief
in my day,
- 375. but nothing quite like that.
- 376. Do you need anything?
- 377. I'm fine.
- 378. I called to see you yesterday,
but you didn't answer the door.
- 379. I just want to be left alone for a while, okay?
- 380. At least he's well provided for.
- 381. Yes, well,
the Cosgroves were hardly paupers.
- 382. He'll be the sole beneficiary.
- 383. Hey, guys.
- 384. Look what I found.
- 385. What are you doing with this thing?
- 386. Digging up a few stiffs?
- 387. - I...
- Shut up!
- 388. You know what you are?
- 389. A bloody sicko.
- 390. Yeah, mental.
- 391. Get his wallet.
- 392. That's my mother you're pissing on.
- 393. It's a zombie!
- 394. Mom! No!
- 395. What in God's name is going on here?
- 396. The devil is amongst us.
- 397. Stay back, boy.
- 398. This calls for divine intervention.
- 399. I kick ass for the Lord!
- 400. No!
- 401. There you are, Mum.
- 402. Void.
- 403. Use the spoon.
- 404. Hey, hey.
- 405. Cut that out.
- 406. How's it going, Lionel?
- 407. Come on, mate. I'm dying for a slash.
- 408. I've got a urinary infection.
- 409. Christ, what a stink!
- 410. Yeah. Dog must have crawled
under the house and died.
- 411. Can't have been easy for you
these past few weeks, Lionel,
- 412. what with your mother gone.
- 413. Who's that little girl you've been seeing?
- 414. What?
- 415. You know, the little Latin number
with a cute bum.
- 416. Paquita.
- 417. Yeah. Paquita.
- 418. That's the one.
- 419. She's a bit of all right.
- 420. Wouldn't mind her doing the growl on me.
- 421. So, all this is coming your way?
- 422. Of course,
- 423. your mother was always intending
to leave me a bequest.
- 424. Yes. We talked about it many times.
- 425. It was a foregone conclusion, really.
- 426. It's just, with her dying suddenly,
- 427. she didn't get the chance
to include me in her will.
- 428. Well, you'll have to talk to the lawyers
about that, Uncle Les.
- 429. Don't bring the bloody lawyers into it.
- 430. This is a private family matter.
- 431. What the hell's that?
- 432. It's the pipes.
- 433. They do that sometimes.
- 434. It's not the pipes, Lionel.
- 435. It's somebody doing the business.
- 436. Please, Uncle Les, you just got to leave.
- 437. So you found your dad's old stag movies?
- 438. Is that the one with the donkey
and the chambermaid?
- 439. No, please.
- 440. All right. I understand, Lionel.
- 441. Some things a man prefers
to do on his own.
- 442. It's all part of the grieving process.
- 443. I'll be seeing you, Lionel.
- 444. Nijinsky was of what nationality?
- 445. Nijinsky was Russian.
- 446. Russian is right. That's very...
- 447. Lionel!
- 448. I dropped a shilling.
It must have rolled down the drain.
- 449. I come to see you,
you shut the door in my face.
- 450. You built a big wall.
I telephone, and you don't answer.
- 451. Why?
- 452. Speak to me.
- 453. You don't want to see me anymore?
- 454. It was a mistake.
- 455. Sorry.
- 456. Goodbye.
- 457. - Paquita.
- Leave me alone.
- 458. - I'm sorry.
- Leave me alone.
- 459. Take your hands off her, you creep!
- 460. You know what they're saying about you,
- 461. You've gone funny in the head.
- 462. A real bloody weirdo.
- 463. You touch her again, and I'll knock you
into the middle of next week.
- 464. Come on, Paquita.
- 465. Cute little guy.
- 466. Hello. Hello.
- 467. Who's a cutie?
- 468. Who's a cute little Selwyn here?
- 469. Peek-a-boo. Peek-a-boo.
- 470. So I said...
- 471. Yeah!
- 472. Hyperactive.
- 473. So, I tackled this guy, right?
- 474. I brought him down
with this real bone cruncher.
- 475. And the ball rolls free, so I scooped it up,
and you know what I did?
- 476. I drop kicked from 50 yards out.
- 477. God, you should have seen it.
- 478. Put us three points ahead,
gave us the match.
- 479. Fantastic.
- 480. Hello, Lionel.
- 481. That's quite a collection of stiffs
you got down there.
- 482. And I thought
you were such a quiet chappie.
- 483. Uncle Les, they're not what you think.
- 484. Back off, mate!
- 485. Lay a hand on me,
I'll have you for breakfast.
- 486. I'm sorry, Lionel.
- 487. if I don't report this,
I'll be an accessory after the fact.
- 488. I hope they can keep it out of the papers
for your mother's sake.
- 489. She always hated a scandal.
- 490. This is hard for me, Lionel,
informing on me sister's boy and all.
- 491. Of course if I was to keep me mouth shut,
I'd be taking a hell of a risk.
- 492. Hey, put me through to the police, please.
- 493. Of course if I was to get my fair share
of Vera's estate,
- 494. I might be more inclined
to protect a member of the family.
- 495. You want the money?
- 496. Detective Sergeant Bauer,
I'd like to report a multiple murder.
- 497. Yes, I'll wait.
- 498. The money and the house.
- 499. Blood is thicker than water, Lionel.
- 500. Yeah, good day. Les about?
- 501. Barry, you bastard!
- 502. Thought we'd pop over
and take a squish at your new digs.
- 503. Yeah, mate. Why not?
- 504. - Rip the skins off a few brown ones.
- Yeah. We'll make a night of it.
- 505. - Where are you going?
- Just for a walk.
- 506. No, mate. These people want a feast.
We'll get a party going.
- 507. We'll just get some savories for you, mate.
- 508. Have you gotten rid of those stiffs yet?
- 509. Hey, Les, let's stick some real music on.
- 510. Yeah. Coming through.
Better clear the dance floor.
- 511. I don't know
what sort of kinky shit you're into,
- 512. but I want those things buried.
- 513. Come on, baby, let's dance!
- 514. It's no good asking Lionel.
He's nothing like his old man.
- 515. He was a real stick man.
- 516. Used to pull the birds
like you wouldn't believe.
- 517. Don't talk about my father like that.
- 518. Tasty.
- 519. You got anything else that I can nibble on?
- 520. So, you know, I throw him a dummy,
fooled him completely.
- 521. Now, you got to imagine, this is, like...
- 522. This is, like, 1 0, 1 5 yards out
from the sideline.
- 523. There are several of these big buggers
coming towards me, right?
- 524. So what do I do? I... I... I put my head down,
- 525. and I shocked again. I touched down
right between the posts. God.
- 526. You know,
the coach reckons I'm a dead certain
- 527. for the next All Blacks trials.
- 528. What do you think about that, Paquita?
- 529. You could be going out
with the next Bob Scott.
- 530. What have we here!
- 531. A cute little signorina, right?
- 532. - Let go of me!
- Come on, now. Don't be a party pooper.
- 533. Come and have a drink.
- 534. I bet you go off like a rocket.
- 535. You little bitch! I'll get you!
- 536. Where did she go?
You foreign bitch! I'll get you!
- 537. Hello?
- 538. Paquita!
- 539. Paquita.
- 540. "Death surrounds him."
- 541. They're not dead exactly. They're just
- 542. sort of rotting.
- 543. Nurse McTavish.
- 544. Father McGruder.
- 545. Your mother!
- 546. I don't know what to do, you know? I...
- 547. I don't know how to stop it.
- 548. You must destroy them.
- 549. I... I can't.
- 550. Not Mum.
- 551. That thing is not your mother.
- 552. Come on, Les, join in.
- 553. I'll do it.
- 554. What's this?
- 555. Two lovebirds flying the coop, is it?
- 556. - Out of the way, Uncle Les!
- You're not going anywhere, mate,
- 557. until the house papers come through.
- 558. Come on, Lionel.
- 559. No, you don't!
- 560. Come on!
- 561. You fiery, little bitch.
- 562. It's time you and I got better acquainted.
- 563. Help! Someone! Please!
- 564. For God's sake, run!
- 565. Not so loud, mate!
- 566. Bitch!
- 567. - Help us!
- Bugger that!
- 568. Run, Paquita!
- 569. Help!
- 570. Help! Help! Help!
- 571. Shit!
- 572. Help! Help!
- 573. Please don't kill me.
- 574. It's okay. It's me.
- 575. That's a nasty plaque problem
you got there, mate.
- 576. Got a bit of a cavity there, mate.
- 577. Mandy.
- 578. It's me, Rita.
- 579. Remember?
- 580. You mutant little shit!
- 581. You'll be okay.
- 582. Let me in! For Christ's sake, let me in!
- 583. Let me in! Help!
- 584. Please, help!
- 585. Paquita, we must.
- 586. Come on! Help! Quickly!
- 587. There's thousands of them!
What the hell's this?
- 588. Leave her alone.
- 589. She's been bitten!
You know what that means?
- 590. She's gonna turn into one of them!
- 591. I won't. I won't.
- 592. Help me!
- 593. - Stop it!
- You stay out of it!
- 594. I know what to do! She's history!
- 595. I've read the comics! Total lobotomy!
- 596. - Dismemberment!
- You're crazy!
- 597. There's no room
for hysterical women in my unit!
- 598. Step right up, you creepy old bastards!
- 599. Lionel.
- 600. Paquita!
- 601. No!
- 602. Just as well someone
around here's got balls, eh, girls?
- 603. You goddamn little rug rat!
- 604. Get out of the way!
- 605. You little maggot!
- 606. Where are you, you little crawler?
- 607. No!
- 608. Lionel!
- 609. Holy Christ! Vera!
- 610. Leave me.
- 611. Party's over.
- 612. Rita?
- 613. God! No!
- 614. No! You just get out of here.
- 615. What?
- 616. Haven't seen Mum yet.
- 617. Come to Mummy, Lionel.
- 618. Come on!
- 619. No!
- 620. You don't scare me, Mum.
- 621. All my life, you told me nothing but lies.
- 622. That stuff about Dad,
- 623. none of that was true!
- 624. You drowned them both, Mum.
- 625. Dad and that blonde woman.
- 626. You caught them together
and you killed them, didn't you?
- 627. How dare you speak to me like that.
- 628. Didn't you?
- 629. Lionel Here! Quick!
- 630. Slut!
- 631. Don't you touch her.
- 632. No!
- 633. No one will ever love you like your mother.
- 634. No!
- 635. No! No!
- 636. Such a good boy.
- 637. No.
- 638. No!
- 639. No.