American Regent's star employee, Jennifer, is being haunted by horrifying nightmares and hallucinations ever since the mysterious disappearance of her assistant. Now faced with an ...
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In this award-winning student film, a troubled writer questions his sanity as people in his life vanish without a trace - and it seems he's the only one who realizes it. Each disappearance ... See full summary »
American Regent's star employee, Jennifer, is being haunted by horrifying nightmares and hallucinations ever since the mysterious disappearance of her assistant. Now faced with an impossible deadline she and her employees are forced to work through the night, but after everyone else goes home strange things begin to happen.
The movie starts with a gruesome murder of a woman who had to stay in late for work! The imagery of this murder and visions and dream sequences in the movie are quite impressive! The main character is having these visions where people of her office getting killed! She thinks she is suffering from stress! It gets worse when she and her team are put under pressure to finish a project because they have a deadline! This supposedly is due to the fault of this chief executive who is busy doing other things in stead of his job! On a rampage shouting and yelling he mentions "the Black dahlia". There is a link between that murder of Elizabeth in 1947 and what is going to happen in the movie! Not to spoil the plot but let's say the link is very thin! From the imagery of the wonderful visions and the good start I expected the movie to be very thrilling! While there is some suspense,the failures in the plot ruin the experience! If they had thrown out the supernatural elements this movie would have been much better! The acting and production are decent! Not a good horror movie,but entertaining enough if it's on the television very late in the night and there's nothing else on!
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