Dana Milgrom is a track coach, who having survived a near-death car accident, finds herself completely paralyzed and trapped inside her own body. While recovering, she becomes convinced that some evil presence exists inside her hospital room and is intent on killing her. No one believes her; not even her own family, who think she’s experienced a mental breakdown. However, Dana soon realizes she may not be the only target. As the hauntings become more disturbing and violent Dana’s life is increasingly at risk; as well as the person she cares most about: her teenage daughter, Gemma. We owe them Wake Wood, Stitches, The Canal and, more recently, Let Us Prey (Silver Méliès BIFFF 2014). Our friends, producers John McDonnell and Brendan McCarthy, have a new horror treat for us, directed by Dennis Bartok. This talented screenwriter, who has already worked with Sean S. Cunningham and Joe Dante, literally puts the nails in nail-biting tension. Chances are you’ll be left with bleeding stumps after having witnessed the ordeal Shauna McDonald (The Descent) has been put through.