Evil Dead II – A spine-chilling tale of possession, resurrection, and the battle against the forces of darkness.
The woods were silent as Ash Williams and his girlfriend Linda stumbled upon the log cabin. It was a relic from a bygone era, standing tall and foreboding amongst the trees. Ash had always been fascinated by the outdoors and exploring, and this cabin was no exception. It was clearly abandoned yet still held a sense of mystery to it.
As they approached, a glint of light caught Ash’s eye. It was a small metal box, lying on the ground outside the cabin. Curiosity got the best of him, and he bent down to retrieve it. Inside, he found a voice recording, along with a leather-bound book. He had never seen anything like it before, and couldn’t resist playing the recording.
As the ancient chants echoed through the cabin, a feeling of unease crept over Ash. It was as if the very air around them had changed, becoming thick and heavy. But it was too late to turn back now. The evil had been unleashed.
Chapter 1: The Discovery
Ash and Linda made their way inside the cabin, the recording still playing in the background. It was a small and simple space, with a single room containing a table, chairs, and a fireplace. As they explored, they noticed strange markings etched into the walls and floor, along with various trinkets scattered about.
Linda was particularly drawn to a necklace hanging from a nail on the wall. It was a crude and unsettling piece, made from what appeared to be human bones and teeth. Ash urged her to leave it alone, but she ignored him and put it on.
That’s when things started to go wrong. Linda fell into a trance, her eyes turning glassy and vacant. Ash tried to snap her out of it, but it was no use. She was possessed by the evil force that had been unleashed from the recording.
In a panic, Ash ran outside to retrieve their car, only to find that it wouldn’t start. They were stranded in the woods with no way out. As night fell, the evil force began to take over Linda’s body completely. She transformed into a monstrous demon, attacking Ash with ferocity he had never seen before.
He fought back with everything he had, using whatever he could find in the cabin as weapons – a shotgun, a chainsaw, even a frying pan. But no matter what he did, the demon only grew stronger. Ash realized that he was outmatched and outgunned.
As he frantically searched for a way out, he stumbled upon a hidden trapdoor in the floor. He knew it was risky, but it was his only chance. He dived down into the darkness, slamming the door shut behind him.
It was pitch black, and the air was musty and stale. Ash could hear the demon clawing at the trapdoor above him, trying to get in. He knew he had to act fast.
With a flick of his flashlight, he saw that he was in a small cellar. There were shelves lining the walls, holding strange objects and jars filled with unknown substances. But what caught his attention was a book lying on a pedestal in the center of the room – the Book of the Dead.
As he opened it, pages began to flip on their own, as if the book had a life of its own. Suddenly, Ash felt a presence behind him. He turned around, only to come face to face with Linda – or what was left of her.
The demon had followed him down into the cellar. It lunged at him, but he was ready this time. He grabbed a nearby shovel and swung it with all his might, decapitating the demon in a shower of blood.
Breathless and exhausted, Ash slumped to the ground. The danger was far from over, but he had bought himself some time. He knew that he had to find a way to destroy the Book of the Dead and put an end to the evil once and for all. But he also knew that he was in way over his head.
Chapter 2 – Possession
Linda’s body contorted and convulsed, her eyes rolled back in their sockets as the evil force took hold of her. Ash could feel his girlfriend slipping away, replaced by something twisted and malevolent. Her voice changed, becoming deep and guttural, as she spoke in a language he didn’t understand.
Ash tried to grab her, to restrain her, but she threw him across the room with superhuman strength. He landed hard on the ground, the impact knocking the wind out of him. He struggled to get up, his head spinning from the fall.
When he looked up, he saw Linda standing over him. But it wasn’t Linda anymore. Her face was twisted into a grotesque mask, her eyes were yellow and feral, and her teeth were sharp and pointed. She hissed at him, baring her teeth like an animal.
Ash scrambled away, his heart racing in his chest. He couldn’t believe what was happening. Was this some kind of nightmare? No, it was all too real.
He needed to get out of the cabin, to find help. But he knew that he couldn’t leave Linda here, not like this. He had to find a way to exorcise the evil force from her body.
He searched the cabin for anything that might help him. He found an old revolver in a drawer and loaded it with the bullets he had brought with him. He knew it wouldn’t be enough to kill the possessed Linda, but it might buy him some time.
As he was searching, Linda appeared in the doorway, her body contorted and twisted in unnatural ways. She moved towards him with a terrifying gait, like a spider crawling on its legs.
Ash raised the gun, his hands shaking. He didn’t want to hurt Linda, but he knew he didn’t have a choice. He pulled the trigger, and the gun went off with a loud bang.
The bullet hit Linda in the chest, but it didn’t faze her. She kept coming, her arms reaching out to grab him. Ash fired again, and again, but the bullets didn’t seem to do anything.
Linda grabbed him by the throat, lifting him off the ground. Ash struggled to breathe, his vision starting to fade. He could feel his life slipping away.
In a last-ditch effort, Ash grabbed the nearby lamp and smashed it over Linda’s head. She stumbled back, her grip on him loosening. He fell to the ground, gasping for air.
He looked up and saw Linda standing over him, her eyes burning with hatred. She raised her foot, ready to stomp on him. But then something strange happened.
Her body convulsed again, and she fell to the ground. She writhed and twisted, her body contorting in impossible ways. Ash watched in horror as the evil force left her body, disappearing into the ether.
Linda lay there, her body still, her eyes closed. Ash approached her cautiously, not sure if she was still alive. He checked her pulse, and was relieved to feel a faint beating.
He knew that he couldn’t stay here, that he needed to get Linda to a hospital. But he also knew that he couldn’t leave the cabin unprotected. He had to find a way to protect himself and Linda from the evil force that still lingered in the woods.
Ash looked around the cabin, searching for anything that might help him. And that’s when he saw it – the Book of the Dead, lying on a nearby table.
He approached it cautiously, knowing that it had brought this evil into their lives. But he also knew that it might hold the key to defeating it. He opened the book, scanning the pages for any clues.
And that’s when he saw it – a passage about summoning the spirits of the ancient ones. It was risky, but it might be his only hope.
Ash made a decision. He would perform the ritual, summon the spirits, and defeat the evil force once and for all. But first, he had to get Linda to safety. And he had to hope that he wasn’t too late.
Chapter 3: The Resurrection
As the night wears on, Ash begins to realize the full extent of the evil force that has taken over the cabin. He watches in horror as Linda’s body rises from the dead, her eyes glowing red as she turns to face him.
He tries to run, but his legs won’t move. He’s paralyzed with fear as he watches Linda approach him, a demonic grin on her face. She lunges at him, and he barely manages to dodge her attack.
He scrambles to his feet and backs away, trying to think of a way to fight back. But as he looks around him, he realizes that he’s vastly outnumbered. The trees around the cabin begin to rustle, and he sees that the dead things in the woods are coming back to life.
They shuffle towards him, their eyes blank and lifeless. He knows that he has to do something, or he’ll be overwhelmed.
He thinks back to the voice recording and realizes that the only way to fight the evil force is to find the source – the Book of the Dead. He makes his way back to the cabin, dodging the undead as they reach for him.
He bursts through the door and begins to search for the book. He rifles through drawers and cabinets, but he can’t find it.
As he searches, he hears a scratching sound coming from the front door. He knows that he’s trapped. He turns to face the source of the sound and sees that a deadite has clawed its way through the wooden door.
It lunges at him, and he ducks out of the way. He grabs a nearby lamp and smashes it over the deadite’s head, but it doesn’t stop.
He backs up, fending off the creature as best he can. But he knows that he can’t hold it off forever.
Just when he thinks he’s going to be overrun, he sees something glimmering in the corner of the room. He rushes towards it, pushing the deadite aside.
It’s the Book of the Dead. He snatches it up and scrambles to his feet. The deadite is still coming after him, but he knows that he has to get out of the cabin.
He makes his way to the door, dodging the undead as they reach for him. He flings the door open and runs outside, and the deadites follow him.
He opens the Book of the Dead and begins to recite the ancient chants he heard on the voice recording. The deadites pause for a moment, unsure of what’s happening.
But then they realize what he’s doing, and they become even more aggressive. They start to close in on him, but he keeps chanting.
As he continues to recite the chants, he feels a surge of power within him. He realizes that he’s tapping into the ancient spirits that were once called upon by the archeologist on the voice recording.
He keeps chanting, and soon he hears a loud rumbling sound. He looks up and sees that a portal has opened up in the sky.
The deadites look up in terror as spirits begin to pour through the portal. The spirits are powerful and otherworldly, and they begin to fight off the deadites.
Ash watches in amazement as the spirits vanquish the undead. He realizes that he’s done it – he’s defeated the evil force.
As the spirits begin to fade away, he sees something in the distance – a figure that looks like the archeologist from the voice recording. The figure beckons to him, and he realizes that there’s still more to this story.
He heads towards the figure, knowing that this adventure is far from over.
Chapter 4: The Book of the Dead
Ash frantically searched through the cabin for anything that could help him defeat the evil force that had possessed Linda. As he rummaged through drawers and overturned furniture, he spotted a strange book on a shelf. Curiosity overtook him, and he opened it.
The pages were filled with strange symbols and ancient text. Ash couldn’t make sense of it all, but he knew that this book was important. As he read on, he discovered that it was the infamous Book of the Dead – the very book that the archeologist had warned them about on the voice recording.
He flipped through the pages, hoping to find a way to stop the evil force. But as he searched, he began to feel a sinister presence in the room. He could hear whispers in a language he didn’t understand, and a cold breeze swept through the cabin.
Ash knew he had to act fast. He closed the book, but it refused to stay shut. The pages rustled and flipped on their own, as if beckoning him back. Fear gripped him, but he pushed it aside. He knew that destroying the book was the only way to stop the evil force.
Frantically, he tried to tear out the pages. But they were indestructible – no matter how hard he tried, the pages remained intact. Ash realized that the book was cursed, and destroying it would be no easy feat.
He searched the cabin for anything that could help him destroy the book. He found a chainsaw and an axe, and he tried to cut through the pages. But they were too strong, and the chainsaw almost seemed to bounce off them. Ash began to sweat – it seemed as if there was no way to destroy the book.
As he sat on the floor, defeated, he noticed something peculiar. The pages of the book had shifted, revealing a small keyhole. Ash’s heart beat faster – could this be the key to destroying the book? He searched through the cabin, and after a few minutes, he found a small key on a table. He inserted it into the keyhole, and the book began to glow.
Suddenly, the cabin shook violently. Ash knew the evil force was angry – he had found a way to destroy it. But he didn’t give up. He turned the key, and the book began to burn. The flames danced around it, engulfing it in a fiery inferno.
As the book burned, Ash could feel the evil force weakening. The whispers grew fainter, and the cold breeze subsided. Soon, the book was nothing but ashes. Ash sighed in relief, feeling as if a great weight had been lifted from his shoulders.
But his relief was short-lived. He heard a blood-curdling scream from outside, and he knew that Linda was still possessed by the evil force. Ash grabbed his shotgun and headed out of the cabin, ready to face whatever was waiting for him.
Chapter 5: The Summoning
Ash looked around the cabin, his heart pounding in his chest. He knew he had to summon the spirits of the ancient ones if he wanted to defeat the evil force once and for all. He had no idea how to do it, but he was determined to try.
He searched through the piles of books and papers, looking for anything that might help him. He found a dusty old tome, its pages filled with strange and ancient symbols. He flipped through the pages, his eyes scanning each line of text, trying to find the ritual he needed.
Finally, he found it. The ritual to summon the spirits of the ancient ones. It was a complex process, involving a series of incantations and offerings. Ash knew he had to get it right, or he would be doomed to fail.
He gathered the supplies he needed – candles, incense, and various offerings – and began to prepare. He cleared a space on the floor of the cabin and drew the necessary symbols in chalk. He lit the candles and placed them around the circle, then lit the incense and let the smoke fill the air.
Ash took a deep breath and began the incantation, his voice shaking with nerves. He recited each line carefully, making sure to get every word right. As he spoke, he felt a strange energy building in the room, a sense of power that he had never felt before.
When he finished the incantation, he placed the offerings in the center of the circle and waited. The air around him grew thick with tension, and he could feel the hairs on the back of his neck standing up. He wondered if he had made a mistake, if the ritual was a failure.
But then something started to happen. The air around the offerings began to shimmer and twist, and Ash could feel a presence in the room with him. He couldn’t see anything, but he knew that something was there.
“Who summons us?” a voice boomed out of the darkness. It was deep and guttural, sending chills down Ash’s spine.
“I am Ash Williams,” he replied, his voice shaking. “I seek your aid in defeating the evil force that has taken over this place.”
There was a long pause, and Ash wondered if the spirits had heard him. But then the voice spoke again.
“Your plea has been heard, mortal. What offering do you bring us?”
Ash presented the offerings he had gathered – a bouquet of flowers, a bottle of wine, and a handful of coins – and waited for the spirits’ response. He could sense their presence growing stronger, and he felt a sense of fear and awe in their presence.
The spirits seemed to deliberate for a moment, then spoke again.
“Your offerings are acceptable. We will aid you in this battle, but be warned – the evil force is powerful, and it will not be easy to defeat.”
Ash nodded, feeling a sense of relief wash over him. He knew that he had allies in this fight, and he was ready to face whatever came his way.
The spirits instructed him on the next steps, guiding him through the rest of the ritual. Ash followed their instructions carefully, feeling a sense of purpose and determination that he had never felt before.
As he finished the last incantation, he felt a sudden rush of energy, a surge of power that filled him to the brim. He knew that the spirits had granted him their strength, and he was ready to face the evil force head-on.
With renewed confidence, Ash prepared himself for the final battle, knowing that he had the spirits of the ancient ones on his side. He gathered his weapons and set traps, ready to face whatever came his way.
But little did he know that the evil force was far more powerful than he had ever imagined, and the battle ahead would be more treacherous than he could have ever predicted.
Chapter 6: The Battle
Ash stumbled through the cabin, his wounds still bleeding profusely. Each step sent waves of pain through his body, but he refused to give up. He knew that he was the only one who could stop the evil force, and he wouldn’t rest until he had succeeded.
As he entered the main room, he saw that the entire cabin had been transformed. The walls were covered in strange symbols, and the air was thick with a foul odor. He could hear the sound of chanting coming from somewhere deep within the cabin.
Without hesitation, Ash reached for his shotgun and began to make his way towards the source of the sound. As he turned a corner, he saw a group of demons gathered around a makeshift altar. They were chanting in a language he didn’t recognize, and their voices seemed to be growing louder with each passing moment.
Ash raised his shotgun and fired, taking out the first demon. The others turned towards him, their eyes glowing with a malevolent energy. They began to charge towards him, and he knew that he had to act fast.
He dropped his shotgun and grabbed a nearby axe. With a fierce battle cry, he charged towards the demons. The first one managed to dodge his swing, but Ash quickly recovered and decapitated it with a swift strike.
The other demons circled around him, snarling and snapping their jaws. Ash dodged their attacks, striking out with his axe whenever he saw an opening. The battle was brutal and intense, and he could feel his strength beginning to wane.
Just when he thought he couldn’t go on any longer, he heard a loud rumbling coming from above. He looked up and saw that the ceiling was beginning to crack. Suddenly, a massive demon burst through the roof, sending debris flying in all directions.
Ash knew that he was in trouble. The demon towered over him, its eyes filled with rage. It let out a deafening roar, and Ash could feel his eardrums vibrating with the sound.
Without hesitation, he charged towards the demon, axe at the ready. The two clashed in a brutal battle, their weapons striking sparks off of each other. Ash knew that he was outmatched, but he refused to give up.
Finally, after what felt like an eternity, he delivered the killing blow. The demon let out a final roar before collapsing to the ground, its body dissipating into ash.
Ash collapsed to the ground, his body battered and bruised. He knew that the battle was far from over, but he also knew that he had bought himself some time. He needed to rest and regroup before facing the evil force once again.
As he lay there, his breathing ragged and shallow, he couldn’t help but wonder if he would make it out of the cabin alive. He had faced demons, zombies, and even possessed furniture, but he had never faced anything like this before.
He knew that the final battle was still ahead of him, but he also knew that he was ready to face whatever came his way. He had come too far to let the evil force win, and he would do whatever it took to come out on top.
With a sense of determination, Ash pulled himself to his feet and began to make his way towards the next room. He knew that there were more demons waiting for him, but he also knew that he was ready for them. The battle may have been intense, but he was still standing, and that was all that mattered.
Chapter 7: The Final Stand
Ash took a deep breath as he surveyed the cabin, readying himself for the final battle. He knew that this would be the most difficult fight of his life, and that there was a very real possibility that he might not make it out alive. Nevertheless, he was determined to put up one hell of a fight.
He began to prepare the cabin for the battle ahead. He set up traps in strategic locations throughout the cabin, knowing that they might be the difference between life and death. He also gathered every weapon he could find, from guns to knives to chainsaws, and set them out in front of him.
As he worked, he couldn’t help but think about all the things that had brought him to this point. It all started with a trip to the woods with his girlfriend Linda. They stumbled upon a cabin, and played an ancient recording that unleashed an evil force upon them. Since then, he had been fighting for survival against a seemingly unbeatable enemy.
But today he was going to end it. He was going to defeat the evil force once and for all.
As the sun began to set, Ash took his place in the center of the cabin, surrounded by weapons and traps. He closed his eyes and began to focus, gathering his strength and preparing himself for the fight ahead.
Suddenly, he heard a noise outside. He grabbed his shotgun and cautiously approached the door, ready to defend himself. But as he peeked through the window, he saw nothing but darkness. He opened the door slowly, scanning the area for any signs of movement.
He shrugged it off and turned to go back inside. But as he did, something grabbed him from behind and pulled him outside. He stumbled and fell to the ground, rolling away from his attacker.
When he looked up, he saw a group of creatures standing before him – they were grotesque, with sharp teeth and glowing red eyes. They were the demons that he had been fighting all along.
Without hesitation, Ash began to fire his shotgun. The creatures shrieked and lunged at him, but he managed to dodge their attacks. He pulled out his chainsaw, revving it up and swinging it with all his might.
The battle raged on for what felt like hours. Ash fought with all his strength, every muscle in his body strained from the effort. He could hear the demons screeching in pain, but he knew that there were many more waiting in the shadows.
Just when he thought he couldn’t go on any longer, he felt a burst of energy surge through him. He grabbed a nearby axe and charged at the demons, determined to finish them off once and for all.
He swung the axe with all his might, slicing through the demons one by one. They fell to the ground, writhing in agony as they disintegrated into ash.
Finally, it was over. Ash stood there, panting with exhaustion, surrounded by the remnants of his battle. He had defeated the evil force, and had saved his own life in the process.
But as he looked around at the destruction he had caused, he couldn’t help but feel a sense of emptiness. He had lost everything that mattered to him – his girlfriend, his friends, his sanity. And now he was alone, with nothing but the memories of the horrors he had faced.
Ash let out a deep sigh and stepped back into the cabin, knowing that it was time to move on. He would never forget the things he had faced in these woods, but he knew that he had to let go of the past and look toward the future.
The evil force may have taken everything from him, but it couldn’t take away his strength and determination. He would move forward with his head held high, ready to face whatever came his way.
Chapter 8: The End
Ash sat on the floor of the cabin, his body battered and bruised. The evil force had been defeated, but at what cost? He looked around, the place was a mess. Broken furniture, blood stains, and scorch marks surrounded him. He was alone, Linda was gone, swallowed up by the evil force. Ash knew that he was lucky to be alive. He could feel the weight of his own mortality. He had faced death and survived. But at what cost?
He grabbed his shotgun and checked the chamber. One shell left. He wondered if it would be enough to take himself out if the evil force ever came back. Would he be strong enough to fight it again? He didn’t know, but he knew he couldn’t take that chance.
He tried to stand up, but his legs gave out from under him. He fell back to the floor, his head hitting the hard wood. He closed his eyes, knowing that this was it. He was going to die in this cabin.
But then he heard a noise. It was faint at first, but it grew louder and louder. It was a helicopter. Relief washed over him. He was saved.
He crawled to the window and looked out. In the clearing, he saw the helicopter. It was a rescue team, sent to find him and Linda. They must have heard the commotion and come to investigate.
He grabbed his shotgun and ran out of the cabin, firing the last shell into the air. The noise of the helicopter drowned out the sound of the gunshot, but it felt good to hear the blast one last time. He raised his arms, screaming for the attention of the rescue team.
The helicopter landed, and a group of men got out. They rushed over to Ash, checking his wounds and helping him onto a stretcher. They asked him what had happened, but he didn’t know how to answer. There was no way to explain what he had been through.
They loaded him onto the helicopter and flew him out of the woods. As the trees got smaller and smaller, Ash realized that he was finally free.
He was taken to the hospital, where he spent several weeks recovering from his injuries. He was a hero, in their eyes. A survivor. But Ash didn’t feel like a hero. He felt like he had lost something, like a part of him had died in that cabin.
Eventually, he was released from the hospital and returned to his normal life. But things were never the same. He had nightmares, flashbacks to the horrors he had faced. He tried to forget, to move on, but it was impossible.
He went back to the cabin once, but it was too hard. The memories were too painful. The cabin was a reminder of everything he had lost.
Years went by, and Ash grew old. He never forgot what had happened, but he tried to put it behind him. Until one day, when he received a package in the mail. It was the Book of the Dead.
He knew it was a warning. The evil force was still out there, waiting to be unleashed. He took the book and burned it, hoping to destroy it once and for all.
But he knew that the evil force was still out there, lurking in the shadows. Waiting for its next victim. And so, Ash prepared himself. He knew that he would have to face it again one day. And when that day came, he would be ready.
The end of Ash’s story was a warning to all who would listen. The evil force was real, and it was waiting. Waiting for its next victim. But Ash, he was a survivor. He had faced the evil force head on and come out alive. And he knew that if it ever came back, he would fight it again. He was ready.
Some scenes from the movie Evil Dead II written by A.I.
– Ash Williams: A college student who stumbles upon the cabin in the woods with his girlfriend, Linda.
– Linda: Ash’s girlfriend who becomes possessed by the evil force.
– Professor Raymond Knowby: The archeologist who recorded the voice recording that unleashes the evil force.
– Henrietta Knowby: Professor Knowby’s wife who was also possessed by the evil force.
Setting: A remote cabin in the woods.
ASH: “Hey, what’s this place doing in the middle of nowhere?”
LINDA: “I don’t know. It looks creepy.”
ASH: “Let’s check it out anyway. Maybe we’ll find some cool stuff inside.”
LINDA: “Alright, but I’m not going in alone.”
EXT. THE CABIN – DAY
Ash and Linda approach the cabin. It looks old and rundown, but they’re both curious.
(smiling) “Wow, check this out. A real-life haunted house.”
(scared) “I don’t like this, Ash. Let’s go back.”
(grinning) “Don’t be a scaredy-cat. It’ll be an adventure.”
Ash opens the door and they step inside. The cabin is dimly lit and covered in dust.
(whispers) “Ash, I don’t like it here. This place is giving me the creeps.”
(trying to be brave) “Relax, it’s just an old cabin. Let’s explore a bit.”
As they explore the cabin, they find an old tape recorder and a book lying on a table.
(excited) “Hey, check this out. A tape recorder. Let’s see what’s on it.”
(nervous) “Ash, maybe we shouldn’t touch anything. We don’t know who lived here.”
(ignoring her) “Relax, Linda. This is going to be awesome.”
Ash presses play on the tape recorder, and the voice of Professor Raymond Knowby begins to play.
PROFESSOR KNOWBY (V.O.):
“I am Professor Raymond Knowby, archeologist from the University of Michigan. I have come across an ancient book of the dead, and have recorded myself reciting the incantations. I warn you not to listen to this recording, for it unleashes an unspeakable evil.”
Suddenly, a strong wind blows through the cabin, and Linda starts to feel a strange presence inside her.
(screaming) “ASH! Something’s inside me! Help me!”
Ash tries to hold her back, but Linda’s eyes roll back and she turns into a demonic creature.
(shocked) “What the hell is going on?!”
The creature attacks Ash, and he’s forced to retreat to another part of the cabin. He realizes that he’s in a fight for his life, against a force he doesn’t understand.
The camera pans out, giving viewers a glimpse of the cabin and the woods around it. It’s clear that something dangerous is lurking in the forest, waiting to be unleashed on the world.
EXT. LOG CABIN IN THE WOODS – NIGHT
ASH and LINDA stand outside the cabin, listening to the voice recording.
(reciting ancient chants)
“From the depths of the earth,
the dead shall rise again.
The Book of the Dead
shall grant them life once more.”
LINDA turns to ASH, her eyes now black as night.
It’s time to play, Ash.
ASH tries to back away, but LINDA grabs him by the throat and slams him against the cabin wall.
Linda, what’s happening to you?
I am the evil dead now.
ASH breaks free and runs inside the cabin, locking the door behind him. But LINDA isn’t far behind.
INT. CABIN – NIGHT
ASH frantically searches the cabin for weapons as LINDA slams against the door.
Come out, come out, wherever you are!
ASH finds an old shotgun and loads it.
This is going to get messy.
LINDA bursts through the door, now fully transformed into a demonic creature.
I’m sorry, Linda.
He fires the shotgun, but LINDA leaps out of the way.
Is that the best you’ve got?
ASH backs away, now out of ammunition.
Game over, Ash.
Suddenly, a bright light fills the cabin, and LINDA screams in agony as she’s consumed by the light.
ASH turns to see a group of spirits emerging from the light.
We have heard your call, mortal. What do you wish of us?
I want her back. Can you bring her back to me?
(shaking their head)
The dead cannot be resurrected, but we can ease their passing. Is that what you want?
ASH nods, tears streaming down his face.
It is done.
The spirits disappear, and ASH is left alone in the cabin.
Genre: Horror, Fantasy, Comedy
Setting: A remote log cabin in the woods
– Ash Williams: The protagonist, a young man who unwittingly unleashes an evil force when he and his girlfriend Linda discover a voice recording of ancient chants.
– Linda: Ash’s girlfriend, who becomes possessed by the evil force.
– Professor Raymond Knowby: An archeologist who recorded the voice recording.
– Henrietta Knowby: Professor Knowby’s daughter, who was also possessed by the evil force.
Scene 3: The Resurrection
INT. CABIN – NIGHT
The camera is focused on Ash as he walks around the cabin, visibly shaken by what he has seen so far. He stumbles upon the Book of the Dead, which is still intact despite his attempts to destroy it.
ASH: (to himself) What am I supposed to do? How can I stop this thing?
Suddenly, he hears a noise coming from outside. He looks out the window and sees Linda’s grave, where she was supposedly buried after she died. However, to his horror, he sees her clawing her way out of the dirt.
ASH: (yelling) Oh my God! What the hell is happening?
He runs outside to confront Linda, who is now a zombie-like creature. She lunges at him, but he’s able to dodge her attack. He quickly runs back inside the cabin.
ASH: (to himself) I have to figure out a way to put her back to rest.
He rummages around and finds Professor Knowby’s diary, which details a spell that can send the evil force back to where it came from. Ash quickly begins to recite the spell, hoping it will work.
As he does, he hears a commotion outside. Linda’s grave is now empty, and Henrietta Knowby has joined the fray. She too is now a zombie-like creature, and she’s determined to kill Ash.
ASH: (yelling) Oh, come on! Will this ever end?
He continues the spell, even as Henrietta breaks through the cabin door. Ash fights her off, all while reciting the spell.
Finally, the spell works, and the evil force is sent back to where it came from. Linda and Henrietta’s bodies crumble to dust, and Ash is left alone, exhausted and shaken.
ASH: (whispering) Thank goodness. It’s finally over.
The camera zooms in on Ash’s face as he realizes that the evil force may still be out there, waiting for its next victim. The scene ends with Ash looking out the window, as the sun begins to rise.
INT. LOG CABIN – NIGHT
ASH frantically searches through the cabin for anything that can destroy the Book of the Dead. He throws books and furniture around in a panic, even breaking a lamp in the process.
It has to be here somewhere!
Suddenly, he hears a creaking noise from behind him. He turns to see LINDA, possessed by the evil force, standing in the corner of the room. She cackles wickedly as she approaches him.
You cannot destroy the Book of the Dead, Ash. It is too powerful for you.
I have to try! I can’t let this evil continue.
He lunges at her with a makeshift weapon, but she easily overpowers him. She sends him flying across the room, knocking him out.
When Ash comes to, he finds himself tied up to a chair. Linda is now circling him, taunting him with the Book of the Dead in her hand.
You know, I used to love you, Ash. But not anymore. Now, all I want is to see you suffer.
Ash struggles against his restraints, desperate to break free.
What have you done with Linda? She’s still in there somewhere!
Don’t worry about her. She’s long gone. And soon, you will be too.
Ash’s eyes dart around the room, looking for a way out. Suddenly, his eyes land on the RECORDING DEVICE that started it all. He grins, realizing what he needs to do.
You may have the Book of the Dead, but I have the recording.
What do you hope to achieve with that?
I know the chants from that recording can defeat the evil force. All I need to do is recite them.
Linda laughs, thinking Ash is insane.
You think that will work? You’re too late, Ash. The evil force has already won.
I won’t give up that easily.
With that, Ash begins to recite the ancient chants from the recording device. At first, nothing happens. Linda continues to laugh at him, thinking he’s wasting his time.
But then, a strange wind starts to blow through the cabin. The Book of the Dead begins to shake in Linda’s hand, as she screams in agony. Suddenly, Linda’s body explodes, destroying the evil force once and for all.
Ash falls to the ground, exhausted but relieved. The danger is over, and he can finally rest.
Jake, the Archeologist
The Ancient Ones
The log cabin in the woods, and a portal to another world.
Ash: “We have to do this, Linda. We have to summon the spirits of the ancient ones.”
Linda: “I don’t know, Ash. It sounds dangerous.”
Jake: “Trust me, I’ve studied the rituals. We can do this.”
Scene 5: The Summoning
Ash, Linda, and Jake gather around the Book of the Dead. They light candles and begin reciting the ancient chants, following the instructions provided by the archeologist.
Suddenly, the ground begins to shake. The candles flicker, and the room fills with an eerie glow. A portal opens up, and a gust of wind comes rushing through.
Ash steps forward, determined to face whatever comes through the portal. He raises his weapons, ready to fight.
From out of the portal come the spirits of the Ancient Ones. They are terrifying, with fiery eyes and sharp claws. Ash fights them off, using all his strength and skill.
Linda and Jake assist him, reciting the chants and performing the ritual. As they do, the Ancient Ones weaken and begin to fade away.
Finally, the portal closes, and the room returns to normal.
Ash, Linda, and Jake collapse to the ground, exhausted. They have defeated the evil force, but at a great cost.
Ash looks up at Linda, grateful for her help. “We did it,” he says. “We saved the world.”
Linda smiles weakly, her eyes closing. “We make a pretty good team,” she says, before passing out.
Ash looks around at the cabin, realizing that he’s not sure what will happen next. But for now, he’s content in the knowledge that they’ve won this battle.