Synopsis: After a deadly car accident with three victims, the traumatized Michelle is sent to a group therapy with Rachel. She recovers from the trauma and Rachel recommends that Michelle needs to work to prove that is healed. Rachel gives a card with a job opportunity at the company called "Darkroom Inc.". Michelle arrives at a mansion and is hired, but soon she discovers that she is trapped inside the house with other girls and three deranged and sadistic siblings that intend to purge her from her sins.
Genre: Horror, Thriller
Director(s): Britt Napier
Production: Phase 4 Films
81 min


Eight, nine, ten.

Ready or not, here I come.



Who are you?

What are you doing here?

We're playing a game.

I'm playing with

Larry and Rachel.

Who are you?

I'm Michelle.

You brought me here.

You drove me.

Yeah, Darkroom?

I got your card from

Rachel Lefferson.

She's a therapist at...

Oh, yeah, Rachel.

Rehab center.


Parents gone.

Any other living relatives?


What about school?

They took away my aid

after the accident

and the court order.

I'm gonna come to the point,


You're eligible to leave

with my signed approval.

But you'll stay indefinitely

until I give you a good review.

If you want to get out of here,

you have to prove it.

Someone call for a ride?


Thank you.

No problem.

So, where to?

The address is 1040

Millview Lane.


What's wrong?


Just... nothing.

Do you mind if I

ask what happened?

To your leg?

It doesn't matter.

I'm sorry, my mouth goes

too fast sometimes.

And then what happened?

I woke up in the hospital,

and I had never felt

that pathetic.

Oh, God, my brother.

How could I have...

He's gone.

Thank you, Jean.

Takes a lot of courage.

The process has begun.

You've started on the

course of penitence.

And you'll find peace.

I know you will.

Michelle, have you decided

to share your experience

with the group?

How about it?


Well, we're here, I guess.


You can pull around back.

Nancy will take care of you.

Yeah, she'll be doing

your hair and wardrobe.

I thought I was just doing

some PA/gopher stuff.

Not today,

I had a model drop out.

That's okay, right?

It's the same pay.

Oh, you want me to model?


What exactly is this for?

It's for print fashion shots

for a real estate periodical.

Real exciting stuff, huh?

Well, I've never

done this before.

Ah. Don't worry.

I'll take good care of you.

I'll see you in a bit?

Hey, there.

I'm Daniel.

I've seen you around.


I work here, odds and ends.

Yeah, I've seen you.

You ready for the bad news?

We're not allowed to smoke here.

I've heard.


Thought I was enlightening you.


Well, I'll see you around.


Thanks for the ride.

Sure thing.

Give a call if you

need a ride back.

Okay. Thanks.

Hi, you must be Michelle!

Uh, yeah. It's me.

You find it okay?

Okay, come on, come on,

let's get started.

This place is amazing!

Does someone actually live here?

It's for sale.

Come along.

No time for today.

Place is huge.

Larry wants to start in the study,

then move to the backyard.

I think the weather is

gonna hold up just fine.

You need to use

the little girl's room?

Uh, no, I'm fine.

All right, let's get started.

Larry likes to keep his schedule.

Could you take off your jewelry?

My, you are very lovely.

Thank you.

Am I hurting you?


Ooh, so sorry.

Did I hurt you?

Pretty, pretty.

Okay, outfit, outfit.

Larry said that this was

some sort of real estate shoot?

It's like a PR shoot.

You just have to smile and be yourself.

Here we go.

Yeah, this looks like your size.

You'll look great.

Oh, and, uh...

Put these on and I'll

give you some privacy.

The reason I'm not in school

anymore is because, um...

I was in an accident.

You can do it, Michelle.

You can be purged

and free of your past.

Come on.

I was driving.

And Trey was...

He was my boyfriend.

We were arguing.

He was distracting me.

It wasn't my fault.

Is that it?


Knock, knock.


Larry is gonna be so pleased.

So, the study is down the hall.

This way, you make a right.

It's the last room.

My parents died when I was 14.

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