Depicts the decline of a seemingly ordinary man into a deranged serial killer. The story is presented through the perspective of Ned (portrayed by John Reign) filming himself to prove there's a demonic presence he believes haunting him. The camera captures how the entity, as well as others' unwillingness to acknowledge it successfully unravels Ned?s life, leaving him a broken and intensely disturbed individual. The disembodied voice begins to command Ned to kill and he soon realizes he finds relief in taking human life. He begins stalking, torturing and killing women in his basement, enjoying a sadistic pleasure in these acts. The demonic entity however, continues to haunt Ned, forcing him to take more drastic measures to subdue its presence, eventually leading him to a total meltdown.
Submitted Wed Mar 16 16:22:53 2011 EDT By: John Reign, Oswego, NY email@example.com
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