THE MOST TERRIFYING NIGHTMARES ARE THE ONES THAT BECOME REAL

A young woman, Hanna, comes home to her apartment for the evening. After a rather foreboding conversation with one of her friends involving recent disappearances in the area, and an old  Native American boarding school that was burned down, she settles in to a seemingly hum-drum close of day, and eventually goes to bed.

Her slumbers don’t last long however, and she wakes after a terrifying dream. Things take a horrifying turn for the worse as it becomes more apparent that someone – or something – has crept into her apartment.

“TAKE A FEW MINUTES TO CHECK OUT THE VISITOR AND APPRECIATE A SPECIFIC WAY OF FILMMAKING AND THE FACT THAT IAN KANE DIDN’T WASTE YOUR TIME WITH SOMETHING THAT SUCKS.”

 − HORROR TALK

“KANE USES THE MOST OUT OF THE DARK, AND OFFERS VISUALS THAT WILL GIVE YOUR LITTLE NECK HAIRS SOME TIME TO STAND UP AND STRETCH – WHAT MORE CAN I SAY?”

− DREAD CENTRAL