A new drug grants its users the ability to place their consciousness into the bodies of other people. Soon, a serial killer begins to use the drug as a way to live and die as other people by forcing his victims to kill themselves.
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Just saw this movie at the world premiere at the Scare-a-Cuse Horror Sci-Fi convention last night (9/15). The movie is not a glamorized version of the Black Dahlia story which makes it stand out from the normal covering of this horrific unsolved homicide from 1947. The movie is not for the squeamish.
Brandon Slagle's direction and screen play are riveting. He is able to use the psychological thriller in ways that evoke Alfred Hitchcock. There is definitely a film noir feel throughout the movie and his use of the black screen is effective not detracting at all from the plot progression.
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