Seven kids party at a cabin somewhere in the woods, but then one of
them, Billy (Tim Jesiolowski) is killed, even though everyone thought it
was an accident ...
5 years later: The gang of kids has since disbanded,
but when each of them - certified asshole Calvin (Dave Foster), his
girlfriend Elise (Nancy Soulliard), country bumpkin Em (Melissa Rhads),
goth girl Angel (Kathryn Merry), garage worker Jesse (erik Soulliard) and
mild-mannered hunk Coop (Brian Jesiolowski) - sees the ghost of Billy,
they come together again and after some discussion come to the conclusion
that the only way to put Billy's soul to rest is to return to the cabin
and ... well, and do whatever's necessary, after all, there are no fixed
rules in how to put a soul to rest, are there?
Once at the cabin though,
conflicts arise within the gang, somehow the kids are seperated, and
before you know it, Elise and Em are killed, and Calvin is dragged off to
God-knows-where. The surviving three are at the mercy of the ghost, though
they are starting to have doubts that is was really the ghost of Billy
who's killing them one-by-one ... when they are aqttacked by a car that
runs over Coop and Jesse while Angel is dragged into it ...
here to open the Spoiler Pop-up!
At first, this film starts out as nothing more
than a competently made slasher with perhaps more interesting characters
than usual ... however, in the second half of the film, the whole plot is
turned onto its head repeatedly, and thanks to its many unusual
plot-ideas, it turns out to be quite a refreshing and totally watchable
horror flick, lifted well above its ultra low budget roots thanks to a
competent directorial and technical effort and an interesting cast.