When Laurie's reclusive boyfriend, Wes, goes missing during a solo writer's retreat in the wilderness, she recruits the reluctant help of her ex, Sam, to investigate. Once they arrive to Wes' cabin, they discover that they are completely unprepared for what awaits them. The events that follow are sometimes scary, sometimes darkly funny and always surreal. The reason behind these bizarre situations lies in the meaning of the phrase "overlapping scenarios" - and if Sam and Laurie live long enough to find out what it means, they will learn that there is a fate worse than death.
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And you can also check out some reviews of the film...
MONDO DIGITAL says:
"an unsettling and spookily open-ended genre smorgasbord that leaves a creepy chill after the closing credits roll"
"Twenty-five minutes of good suspense... kind of reminded me of a good TWILIGHT ZONE episode."
VIDEO JUNKIE says:
"Cleverly plays with some of the cliches we see in genre cinema and tricks the viewer on several occasions."
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Directed by: Eduardo Miyar
Written by: Don Guarisco
Starring: Valerie Jones, Eric Dooley, & John Stevenson
Cinematography by: Carlos Miranda
Original Music Score by: Kathryn O'Donnell Miyar