Megan Fox (Jennifer’s Body), Eoin Macken (The Hole in the Ground), Callan Mulvey (300: Rise of an Empire), Aml Ameen (Yardie), Jack Roth (Bohemian Rhapsody)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
S.K. Dale (film debut), director; Jason Carvey (A New Wave), writer; Jeffrey Greenstein (211), David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick (film debut), Jana Karaivanova (film debut), Yariv Lerner (Angel Has Fallen), Tanner Mobley (film debut), Les Weldon (The Hitman’s Bodyguard) and Jonathan Yunger (Security), producers; Walter Mair (Blood Orange), composer; Jamie Cairney (In the Loop), cinematographer; Alex Fenn (The Paddy Lincoln Gang) and Sylvie Landra (The Fifth Element), editors
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Emma (Fox) is stuck in a loveless marriage with Mark (Macken), who surprises her with a trip to their secluded lake house for their tenth anniversary. However, Emma wakes up to find herself handcuffed to Mark, who then commits suicide right in front of her. As she slowly realises that this is all part of a twisted revenge scheme by Mark, she must now try to defend herself – while still having Mark’s dead body attached to her – against the killers he hired to finish her off…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
Megan Fox throws herself into the most terrifying role of her career – yes, even more so than Michael Bay’s Transformers movies – in this suspenseful horror-thriller where nobody, not least her, is safe.