On a day trip with his family to Kill Devil Hill, Jesse Reed (Taylor Graham) chases after his son Joey (Aiden Miranda) who has mischievously run off into the woods nearby. Joey discovers the remnants of some demonic pagan ritual. The skull of a bull head, made entirely out of gold, hangs from a large oak tree. Joey touches the inverted pentagram on the skull only to find that it has been drawn in blood. Frightened, Joey slowly backs away. Suddenly, the skull begins to 'come to life' inside an epic orb of light. Joey's eyes glow as it appears that something supernatural is trying to enter his body. He faints and the golden skull vanishes into thin air. Moments later, Jesse finds his son laying on the ground. He picks him up and carries him out of the woods. Late that night, Jesse wakes to use the bathroom. While washing his hands, he looks in the mirror and sees that his eyes are glowing with the same supernatural force that has invaded his son just hours before. Jesse, in a state of ...
The picture of suburban happiness meets true evil.
Did You Know?
According to an interview with the director Ace Jordan, he said the true story this was based on a man from the UK who murdered his two children for no apparent reason (or at least the reason he gave made no rational sense). When investigators questioned his friends and neighbors, they said he had recently become strangely fascinated with the Devil, Satanism and the Occult. He murdered his two sons but never laid a finger on his teenage daughter. See more
What's a booty call?
It's when someone calls your butt stupid!
Writer/Director Ace Jordan edited the film under the pseudonym Devon Graham, a character referenced in John Carpenter's Halloween. See more