Randy: Shut up! She's a sweet person, okay? We were working late.
We were putting away some videos in the porno section, and, you know,
sh!t happens. Fifteen minutes. Paul, fifteen minutes! I'm leaving my legacy.
Fifteen minutes, Paul! Damn! Anyway, the reason I'm here is to help you
so that my death will not be in vain. That my life's work will help save
some other poor soul from getting mutilated. If this killer does come
back, and he's for real, there are a few things that you gotta remember.
Is this simply another sequel? Well, if it is, same rules apply. But,
here's the critical thing. If you find yourself dealing with an unexpected
back-story, and a preponderance of exposition, then the sequel rules do
not apply. Because you are not dealing with a sequel. You are dealing
with the concluding chapter of a trilogy. That's right. It's a rarity
in the horror field, but it does exist, and it is a force to be reckoned
with. Because true trilogies are all about going back to the beginning
and discovering something that wasn't true from the get-go. Godfather,
Jedi, all revealed something that we thought was true that wasn't true.
So if it is a trilogy you are dealing with, here are some super trilogy
rules. One: you've got a killer who's gonna be superhuman. Stabbing him
won't work. Shooting him won't work. Basically, in the third one, you've
gotta cryogenically freeze his head, decapitate him, or blow him up. Number
two: anyone, including the main character, can die. This means you, Sid.
I'm sorry. It's the final chapter. It could be f#@king Reservoir Dogs
by the time this thing is through. Number three: the past will come back
to bite you in the ass. Whatever you think you know about the past, forget
it. The past is not at rest! Any sins you think were committed in the
past are about to break out and destroy you. So in closing, let me say...good
luck, godspeed, and for some of you, I'll see you soon. 'Cause the rules
say some of you ain't gonna make it. I didn't. Not if you're watching