The discovery of eleven bodies at an abandoned farm house leads police on an intense investigation, fueled by one man's supernatural and unholy visions, to uncover the secrets of a believed to be dead serial killer.
Did You Know?
Jackie Karch wrote the screenplay while he was stationed in Seoul, South Korea serving in the U.S. Army. Franklin Craft's original name was supposed to be Franklin Schultz and the setting was in Gladwin County, Michigan instead of the fictional Miller, Texas. See more
A lavalier mic can (purposefully) be seen during a few scenes, which is a Karch Brother trademark, notably when Robert is in the diner with Franklin - the mic is located inside the open brief case; and when George is driving his car and speaking to Samantha - the mic is clearly seen hanging over the back of the car seat. Also the script is shown (also a Karch brother trademark) during the restaurant scene where Robert and Franklin sign the real estate documents. See more
Referenced in Lentil Soup