Jennifer is starting a new life away from an abusive ex-husband, but falls into paranoia and fear as something eats her a bite at a time as she sleeps. She must confront her fears to wage a final battle for survival before the last bite.

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Haylar Garcia
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Penelope Mitchell ... Jennifer Conrad
Kyle Gass ... Terry Lumley
Chris Johnson ... Boyd McFarland
Sally Kirkland ... Claudette
Graham Emmons Graham Emmons ... Fuzzy
Susan Bellone Susan Bellone ... Stella Bakanowski
Erin Graham ... Receptionist
Elisa Vasquez ... Brenda Medina
Daniel Rossano ... EMT
Han Soto ... James Tran
Aaron Burns Aaron Burns ... Health Department Worker
Kathryn Gould ... Detective Maddock
Dan Davidson ... Exterminator
Nelson Goforth Nelson Goforth ... Interviewer
Kristin Keating ... Jenny the Waitress
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Jennifer Conrad is a small-town girl starting over in the big city. Fleeing an abusive relationship, all she wants is a chance to begin again. But it is hard to start over when something is eating you while you sleep . . . one painful bite at a time.

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Taglines:

Eat...Prey...Love

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Horror

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Ike Turtle: Nobody Cares See more »

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Written by Haylar Garcia
Performed by Johnson
copyright (c) 1997 Haylar Garcia
used with permission
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What a cute fake little monster
6 May 2018 | by deloudelouvainSee all my reviews

As soon as the movie starts, with a chick in a car nodding on real bad music, you get the feeling this is going to be a B-movie. But I've seen good B-movies before so why not giving it a shot. The first half of the movie there is some mystery and the story is entertaining enough to watch even though there is not much 'horror' going on for a horror movie. Penelope Mitchell is doing okay as the main character, as well as Kyle Gass playing the handyman. The acting is all okay aspecially for a B-movie. And that it is a B-movie became all clear at the end, the so-called horror part. They obviously didn't have the budget to create a decent monster. It's more laughable than anything else. I guess to watch once it's just about okay. Don't have too high hopes.


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Release Date:

16 September 2017 (USA) See more »

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Apartment 212 See more »

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Denver Colorado, USA

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