She survived a brutal massacre, but lost her life. What happens to the final girl once the credits have rolled? Five years ago, a masked killer brutally murdered a group of friends. Since then, Camryn, the lone survivor, has tried to make sense of the homicidal events and struggled to reclaim her shattered life. Wracked with guilt and paranoia, can Camryn ever have a normal existence again or is she destined to cope alone forever? Part slasher movie, part character study, take a penetrating and intimate look at what happens to the remaining true victim of every horror movie.
User Reviews: Having survived a brutal serial killer, a woman attempts to get back to her daily life and routine with a set of friends from her work to help her get through it only for her beliefs that he’s still hunting her to force her into extreme actions to save her friends from the killer.rnrnThis was quite an intriguing and enjoyable take on the slasher formula. One of the film’s best features is the fact that there’s quite an original and intriguing storyline here that answers a rather important question not many really have answered. One of the more believable aspects here is that this one explores the idea of a tormented and traumatized survivor which makes for a really interesting storyline about her abilities to cope with the situation and how it has now impacted her life, an idea that really needed exploring and features some rather novel ideas about what happens afterward. Her paranoia and delusions about what’s happened manifests in not only the extreme isolation in her life but also plenty of rather nice freak-outs about whether or not he’s really come back including the scenes of her at the laundromat or hanging out with them at the bar when he appears to her which all showcase the extreme lengths she’s fallen to in her current state. Aside from this, there’s still plenty to enjoy here with the film’s rather stylish action, which starts with the concluding moments of the chase at the beginning which signals the start of her condition out in the woods where she finds the bodies of her friends and has to deal with the killer attacking her in order to get away, the few freak-outs she has while at her work with the thought of the killer attacking her as well as the scenes of them at the art gallery where it’s proven that she was psychotic all along and goes after them in the gallery which has some solid stalking and slashing that’s really nice and brutal. These here are quite nice enough although it is somewhat troubled. The biggest issue is that for the most part, this one doesn’t really play like a true horror film rather than anything else. This one is really more of a character drama more than a horror film so for nearly all the movies’ running time it doesn’t do much of anything throughout here and seems to be a character study that doesn’t contain all that much action at all. This isn’t a huge detriment but it’s more of one for those that like more traditional fare rather than this one.rnrnRated R: Graphic Language and Graphic Violence.