Kelby Unger is a young man from a dysfunctional family that lives with his girlfriend Amelia Gates and has sleeping problems with dreadful nightmares. When he proposes Amelia, he coincidently receives a phone call from the warden of the prison of his hometown telling that his father had just died from heart attack. He decides to return to Bisbee for the funeral and Amelia goes with him. Kelby and Amelia lodge at his mother's house and he meets his slut sister Trish, his former friends James Lilly and the policeman Wally and his unknown uncle Tom. When Wally has a nervous breakdown with the name of Joshua, Kelby is haunted by the evil past in Bisbee. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
sbarshow is on crack when he/she says it's over-hyped
This is one of the most psychologically disturbing movie I've seen. If you're only into FX like sbarshow whose mental faculty does not allow an iota of imagination and cannot comprehend even a slightly complicated plot line, sure, then forget watching this movie. However, if you want to explore the dark side of your own psyche and meet the demons in the far recesses of your own mind, I highly recommend it.
It's a travesty that IMDb's first-come-first-served policy will deter many people from watching this movie because of an inbred degenerate like sbarshow claimed his/her "rightful" place through the sheer luck of being the first one to post his/her comment. I usually don't do ad hominem attacks but this time it's appropriate.
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