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Marcel Sarmiento, Gadi Harel and Trent Haaga clearly have disturbed gray matter for thinking up this film. A new twist on aflick that removes all the chasing after human brains (which unfortunately also removes half the fun) and replaces it with necrophilia.
Rickie (Shiloh Fernandez) and JT (Noah Segan) are high school best friends. Rickie is the introvert and JT the rebel. When they decide to skip class and go have some beers at the town’s abandoned mental institution, their lives take a turn to the macabre.
After trashing the administration section of the building, JT suggests they explore below where things are much more creepy. After escaping a crazed dog, they find their way blocked by a door that has rusted shut from disuse. They force it open and enter the room where JT discovers a naked girl under a plastic covering.
Tied to a hospital bed, they first think she is dead, but when she moves, JT lets his mind wander into dark territory. He suggests they keep the girl for themselves. Rickie wants to free the girl and call the police, but JT convinces Rickie to leave without telling anyone (mostly from punching him in the face).
Later JT apologizes and brings Rickie back to the room to show him something unbelievable. JT explains how he hit the girl repeatedly, choked her and tried to kill her (because the girl wouldn’t stop trying to bite him). Rickie believes JT has killed the girl until JT shoots her twice and she still doesn’t die.
JT then tries to convince Rickie to use the girl as a fuck doll. But Rickie has no interest. Rickie leaves with a promise that no one except them knows about the girl. But after JT presumably has sex with the girl, he invites a mutual friend, Wheeler (Eric Podnar), to the room. Wheeler also rapes the girl and Rickie now sees he is becoming outnumbered.
The film continues and Rickie finally decides to do something about the guilt he feels by freeing the girl. But he is interrupted half way through his attempt. Later, Rickie and Wheeler have a confrontation with two jocks at the school (Johnny (Andrew DiPalma) and Dwyer (Nolan Gerard Funk)). After they are pummeled, Wheeler tries to regain his manhood by bragging about the girl and how he gets sex all the time.
The jocks don’t believe him so Wheeler brings them to the room to prove it. Rickie, who is envious of Johnny (Rickie has a boner for Johnny’s girlfriend Joann (Candice Accola), eggs him into receiving a blow job from the dead girl (played by Jenny Spain who, although not in this film, is gorgeous). When Johnny is bit, things start to unravel.
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