Synopsis: Amanda Millard, desperate for a job, takes a maid position at the Oregon Hotel in the creepy, back country town of Mitchell, Oregon. Owners Mildred Colvin and her son Billy seem nice enough at first. But once Amanda discovers their real intentions, a struggle to make a living turns into a fight for her life.
Genre: Horror, Thriller
Director(s): Brad Douglas
  1 win.
76 min

with modern

amenities, of course.


Well, I'll show you upstairs.

Go ahead.


I think I heard somebody

up here earlier.

Oh, that was

probably my son, Billy.

He's around here all the time,

just never where I want him.

This is nice and neat

and tidy little room.

So cute.

It's very masculine,

kind of a hunter's room.

Here we have number seven,

where the great

Clark gables slept.

Oh, who's that?


Never mind.

And this would be your room.

That is if you're

interested in the job.

We keep it vacant

for special guests.

So, I can stay here?

Oh, honey, you don't

wanna be driving 160 miles

back and forth everyday, do you?

No, not really.

And I could definitely use

a break from my mother.

Oh, well, mother's can

be overbearing sometimes.

Yes, overbearing and over

drunk and over everything.

Oh, this might work

out for both of us then.


Well, let's have

a cup of coffee,

and fill out some paper forms.

Sounds good.

Oh honey, don't bother

filling out all of that.

I just need your emergency

contact information.

Little refill here.

Thank you.

I'm so excited.

If I had known I was gonna find

someone like you so quickly,

I'd a done this a long time ago.

Okay, I think,

I think that's it.

Can you start tomorrow?

Yeah, I'll go home

tonight and pack,

and I'll be back in the morning.


Oh, got something for you to do.

Hold on.


This is a little advance,

'cause you're gonna need it.

You're gonna need gas

and all that stuff.

You don't have to do that.

Honey, I know what it's like

to be a young woman

in your shoes.

So, I understand.

Thank you.


But come back or I'll

come looking for you.

And careful driving home.

I will.

I'll see you tomorrow.

And watch out for

them god damn deer.

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