Struggling with horrifying, sleep-paralysis induced visions, a young writer retreats with her boyfriend to an isolated desert house. As the visions intensify, she finds herself on the verge...
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Struggling with horrifying, sleep-paralysis induced visions, a young writer retreats with her boyfriend to an isolated desert house. As the visions intensify, she finds herself on the verge of losing her mind...or uncovering a life-threatening secret.Written by
I watched the movie without having any expectations, it is definitely not my "go to" genre of film, but I somehow found myself watching it without having to turn it off 5 minutes in.
I can say, I was quite pleasantly surprised. The suspense was captivating and the story line was unpredictable, which kept my attention. Great location, beautiful camera work and it didn't hurt that Kate French was in it.I won't put any spoilers on here, but I was surprised by the conclusion of the movie and I am sure you will be too.
The movie could have been a little faster paced and more up beat in my opinion,however, I think for the genre of film that it is, it was appropriate.
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