Synopsis: A group of actors gather in a remote Northeastern town to rehearse for a mysterious stage production, only to be plunged into a hellish world where their real lives mirror the grisly story of the play. John (ROBERT ENGLUND), a notorious horror movie icon, who has fallen from grace, witnesses the murder of a cast member but when he alerts the group, no one believes him, and the harder he pushes to persuade them, the more unstable he appears. As John struggles to retain his sanity, a cat and mouse game ensues between him and the mysterious director, Nicholas. As the theatre games continue and the actors slip further into their roles, the body count rises.
Genre: Horror, Thriller
84 min

Hi, Sarah. I am, Dad.

I call again to check on you.

I am very close, Pennsylvania ...

and I'm doing a Play.

Return to Theatre.


I have something for you...

so call me, okay?


It's nice.


03: 22,752 - 00: 03: 24.356

The necklace.

Yes, it was ...

It was my mother.

I venture to guess something.


03: 36.607 - 00: 03: 38.731

You play to Wanda.

How did you know that?


Or maybe it was because the

list of characters ...

the described filled

innocence, beauty and charm.

Are you part of the cast?

I am your father.

- John Larousse.

- Wendy Glenn.

2. 3

03: 58.510 - 00: 04: 00.633

You have the same age as my daughter.

The same beautiful green eyes.

Surely your father was difficult

keep away the boys.

Not really.

LOS Look at them.

Can you believe it? There are many dogs.

Well maybe they are so bored here ...

who fled to the city.

- You are the actors?

- Yes.

Great. Suban.

3. 4

04: 55.128 - 00: 04: 57.091

Is not I seen you before?

- Than?

- Do not I seen you before?

- Been to a movie or something?

- In some.

Great. That is fantastic.

Would you mind lowering

the volume a second?


I Music Hall and

Oates if that's your rhythm.

I can put it.

My fault. It's my fault.


Who are you calling?

4. 5

05: 29,244 - 00: 05: 30.765

To my daughter.

Why did not you leave a message?

When I call someone ...

I like to leave a

message, so you know I called.

Brad you, right?


Tell me, Brad, do you work

for production?

Yes. Working Nicholas.

What is it?

I do not know. He hired me over the phone.

This is my first role as well

I'm super excited.

Just a moment. If you are all in the Work?

Ray, yes.

There are tax incentives if

They put a local in the deal.

- Meet the local.

- Do you act?

You are crazy.

We are ruined.

The place is beautiful, right?

It never has been allowed

anybody to stay here.

It's like a state monument.

I heard Nicholas leased for one year.

- You know how much that costs?

- How much?

Do I look like an agent of real estate?

- That is...

- Amazing.

Yes. The rooms are upstairs.

There are about 15.

Take the one that is empty.

Mine is the last of

hallway to the left.

The one is next

Available ... Like me.

My agent told me not

nothing about this part.

Maybe it up best.

I'm afraid not.

All they meet down.

I'll be down right away.

Look who's here.

John and Wendy, meet the gang.

Gang, John and Wendy.

- Rebecca?

- John?

I do not understand why ...

- What are you doing here?

- I ask you the same.

I guess I should introduce myself.

I am Lars Pearson.

I was born in Minnesota where I graduated

in drama at the University of ...

University of...


During the last

seven years I have acted ...

in Theatre Company

Kansas City Repertory.

My representation

Macbeth was hailed ...

by KC Metropolis

as poetic and tragic.

I know you.

John Larousse're ...

the demonized man.


I knew you knew. OMG.

TMZ, December 2011,

went crazy on your hotel ...

and an almost lances

desk out the window.

That was fabulous.

That was a different person.

I'm not that person.

Forget it.


We should not work together. I'll leave.

Three months ago I'm sober.

Give a prize.

Rebecca, please.

I will leave.

I must stand by what causes me.

Is that what I am to you?

What are you doing here?

The director called my agent.

He is the one you want

hire me at this time.

I will retire.

We rehearse and act.

I will not mention the past,

you do not mention this.

Done deal.

A question.

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