After years in a mental hospital, Megan goes home to visit her brother. But once she arrives her brother has vanished and no one in town remembers him ever existing. Is Megan losing her mind, or is something more diabolical at work?
A love story set in the shadow of the shipyards of San Francisco. A young woman (June) living with her much adored uncle Henry and domineering, abusive father (Murry), meets a penniless ... See full summary »
Brad William Henke,
A woman leaves her husband in their hotel room and finds she's unable to return. After inquiring with the staff, they insist that not only are they not registered guests, no one has seen her before. Panic and confusion begin to take hold.
If I could give it less than 1 star, I would. This film was so irritatingly bad, I've opened this account to warn you all. It's bad on every level, the acting is atrocious and the script has no imagination either. Every character seems to want the film to be based on them, with you ending up hating every single one of them. Watching a horror is always easy, even if it's corny, you can bare it because of the gore and and clichés, but this had none of that, it was tacky beyond belief. Over acted and under budget, the plot is more clear in the trailer, and then it just suddenly ends, to hit home even more than that, you find out that 60% of the scenes were completely pointless. Spare yourself wasting your time.
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