Alex is a man with everything - the well-paid executive job, the impressive house in the country and the beautiful wife and child. When he inexplicably decides to leave work early one Friday nothing will ever be the same again. Within hours of his return a cataclysmic storm threatens to destroy everything around them. Isolated without power or phones this loving family descends into a nightmare of terror, violence and visions that threaten their very existence. In the confusion of past and present, Alex and his family have to face the real nature of the events - are they real or imagined? What if every parent's nightmare is happening to them?
At 59:30, Alex picks up a gun from the floor. He fires several shots, and then is out of ammunition - click, click, click. The slide on the automatic pistol should have locked in the rear position as all autoloaders do after the last round is fired, but it didn't lock back. See more »
You'll be super tossed. If you like painful boring films where people speak in riddles and no one bothers to question why everyone is speaking in riddles with the other majority of the film is the father stumbling around coonfused to his daughter's cries.......so much pain and the ending was not a good payofff at all and predictable. So I suffered.....like you suffered through my rant but seriously Im trying to save you your precious time
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