14 Cameras

Synopsis: When a family of four rent a beautiful house for their summer vacation, the price seems too good to be true. Unbeknownst to them, the lascivious owner has set up a series of spy cams ...
Genre: Horror, Thriller
Director(s): Seth Fuller (co-director), Scott Hussion (co-director)
Production: 30 Bones Cinema
90 min


Help! Somebody help me!



Help, somebody!



Oh, my God!

- [grunting]

- [screaming]

[screaming continues]


It's time little girls

go to sleep.

[door unlocking]

Why are you wet?

Where are you going?

[cartoon music plays]

[engine shuts off]

[Molly] How far out of town

is this place?


The website says it's within

walking distance

of the nightlife.

They all say that.

Well, all I can do

is read the description.

Did you check

the map on the site?

What map?

The map, so you can

call bullshit

when they say everything

is walking distance.

I didn't see a map.

Great, the last house

was miles back.


Well, I guess you're stuck

hanging out with us then.

Hey, Danielle, you ever

play Settlers of Catan?

- I don't think so.

- Can we borrow the car?

- [mom laughs]

- Already?

We haven't even

gotten there yet.

Okay, could you just

give the place a chance?

It's not like

it's gonna kill you.

[bird squawking]


This place is insane.


Your mother's not such

an idiot after all.

You know what I mean.

- [mom] Look at that!

- I know.

Very nice.

Well, I guess

we need to get some food.


[dad] What?

Someone left some

fast food in here.


Don't... Don't open it.

[gags, coughs]

It smells like...

like old mayo.

[chuckles] A morbid curiosity,

you know that?


Where are you going?

I'm throwing this away outside.

You want something

from the store?

- Now?

- Yeah.

You know, it's kind of a haul,

and the kids are

gonna be hungry soon.

- Okay.

- I'll be back in a few.

The closest Uber

is 45 minutes away.

This house is pretty sick.

No, we're going to be stuck

with my parents

playing board games

all week... sober.


- [coughs]

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