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Horror writer and filmmaker Grafton Torn awakens from a coma to find himself with a bum leg and a large section of his memory missing. To aide in the doctor's orders of rest and relaxation, Grafton goes to a remote cabin in the woods. There, with the help of a hypnotherapist and medication, Grafton tries to piece together the missing memories. But nightmares haunt him...nightmares that blend possible memories with characters from his own horror films...nightmares that happen while he's awake!Written by
How the hell did this film ever get any awards or nominations. One of the worst movies ever!!!!! I could only sit through 28 minutes before turning it off. The acting is TERRIBLE!! It took me completely out of the story. All of the characters were emotionless, no depth. I just want to throw up. As a fellow filmmaker, I am upset that this got made. So much potential, and it falls flat on its face. Why are people loving this!? Ugh!
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