Jill (Caitlyn Folley) is alive at the beginning of the film. We know her boyfriend Adam (Ian Duncan) is dead...thank you Bernard Rose for the plot spoiler and her two friends are missing. Jill doesn't know what happened. The film consists of a tape that Adam made to sell Jill's art.
If you don't like looking at Caitlyn Folley, then this film is not for you. We watch Jill paint nudes and pose naked by her window for strangers outside. While driving around they espy an abandoned hospital for pregnant girls. They opt to go inside and scope it out as a place to do an art exhibit while holding a Rav.
Jill is typically spontaneous, bubbly and sultry but is a bit tempered in her judgement. BTW I liked the right hand snake tattoo. Once inside we see a personality shift. Through a series of circumstances, their friends Bobby and Ellie join. Jill's personality changes as she seems to become possessed.
The horror aspect didn't happen until near the end of the film. Up to that point it was just odd noises. The film seemed more pornographic than horror. There is footage of a woman who is tied down being groped. Another instant we see a woman's head bobbing with a male hand on top of it. There are several instances of sex while clothed and a pixilated male organ that didn't make any sense.
With the hand held horror genre running out of ideas, sex is the next way to make a quick buck.
F-bomb, sex, nudity (Caitlyn Folley)
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Been wanting to see this film for a while now.didnt dissapoint,watched it with my other half who also enjoyed it,have bought a few dvds from this sellar now and nvr had a problem,always imaculate and delivery very good also would def recomend,many thanks again 👍