Unable to cope with his wife's death, J.M. flees to his sister's desolate farm where he was married one year ago.
There, he finds himself haunted by memories and visions of his dead wife, Andrea.
However, J.M. slowly realizes that he is not alone. He is tormented by a new caretaker, some curious locals, and his wife's suspicious lover who is trying to unravel the mystery of Andrea's disappearance.
Blackmail, killing, betrayal, revenge, guilt J.M. soon discovers there's no place to hide from murder...
"A hell of a thriller" -- Zombiekeeper
"There are a few scenes that...gave me a chill just like the shower scene in Hitchcock's "Psycho"." -- The Horror Review
"a realistic, chilling thriller..." -- Hollywood Star News
- Making of Featurette
- Commentary by Director Brian Avenet-Bradley, Producer Laurence
- Avenet-Bradley and Star Barnes Walker III
- The Songs Behind the Story
- Deleted Scenes
- Cast and Crew Bios
Top Customer Reviews
A man by the name of J.M. comes home to find his wife having an affair. Out of one moment of anger he kills her. Of course not being able to handle what he had done, he leaves his home. He goes out to an old farm house where they had gotten married. To keep anyone from finding out his secret, he is pushed to do things he would have never thought possible.
Unfortunately I cant tell anymore about the story without giving too much away. I am impressed with yet another independent horror movie. The hauntingness of the film is unreal. The acting was well done, not all of the actors are great, but really what can we expect for low budget. The main character himself had a absurdly great way of making you feel sorry for him and liking him at the same time. The storyline is original, gripping and powerful. You can absolutely put yourself in his place, and wonder what you would have done. Could you love someone so much that within one second of rage your whole life was gone?