One morning, when Riley (Chantel Little) should be at classes, her mother Angie (Maissa Houri) hears a cellphone ringing from her bedroom, soon to discover Riley left her phone behind. She answers what is Riley's best friend Mackenzie's (Willow Mcgregor) third attempt to reach someone. After Angie asks if Riley is with her, she realizes Mackenzie was about to ask the same thing. Shortly after, Angie checks the main closet and finds Riley's shoes are still there. Did she leave in the middle of the night or vanish into thin air? Riley's circles paint a picture of the events surrounding her disappearance while exploring leads in what becomes a harrowing mystery of twists, turns, and answers that poses the question: Was it better to not know what really happened after finding out the truth?
One of the horror scripts Riley and Mackenzie wrote entitled "Clothes: A New Brand of Terror" was a nod to Andrew J.D. Robinson's faux B-movie trailer in 2014 of the same name. See more »
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Boring, poor acting, unoriginal
I was very unimpressed with this film. Firstly, the mockumentary effect only works if the actors are able to act like real human beings. The acting in the film is awful. The fake crying is so bad I had to stop the movie halfway through and fast forward through the rest. The storyline is dull, repetitive, and unoriginal.
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