Night. Rain splatters the city. A young couple out for a drive take a shortcut through a deserted alley and makes a gruesome discovery: a girl, savagely slashed and battered, lies in a pool of her own blood. As the girl loses consciousness, she utters one word of explanation - 'Kolobos'. Flash back to 36 hours earlier. Down-on-her-luck artist Kyra Mitchell has just landed a dream job - a 3-month gig as a lab rat in an anthropology-related experimental film. In exchange, she gets free food and lodging in a fully-furnished mountain resort. Her new roommates, wise-cracking Tom, struggling actress Erica, college drop-out Gary and fast-food engineer Tina know little about Kyra's past. She allows them to see her artwork - dark, disturbing pieces - but tells them nothing about her inspiration - a faceless man who haunts her in nightmares and waking dreams. Still, happiness and camaraderie prevail - until night falls. On her way to grab a soda in the kitchen, Tina walks into a deadly booby ...
Sometimes nightmares do come true.
Motion Picture Rating
Rated R for strong horror violence and gore, and for some language and sexuality
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Did You Know?
At one point a character picks up a (fake) book titled "The Making of El Matador" by Ricardo Dominguez. It's a clear homage to "Rebel Without A Crew" by Robert Rodriguez. The covers are nearly identical. "Rebel" is about the making of "El Mariachi", and is a fairly legendary book among low-budget filmmakers. See more
When the group arrives at the house, we clearly see it is a two storey house. Yet after they are already upstairs, they climb another set of stairs to go to the attic. There is clearly no third floor for an attic in the exterior shots of the house. See more
Are you okay?
Was she ever?
References The Exorcist
Take You Away
written and performed by Volcanic See more