Synopsis: When Jess sets sail on a yacht with a group of friends, she cannot shake the feeling that there is something wrong. Her suspicions are realized when the yacht hits a storm and the group is forced to board a passing ocean liner to get to safety, a ship Jess is convinced she's been on before. The ship appears deserted, the clock on board has stopped, but they are not alone... Someone is intent on hunting them down, one by one. And Jess unknowingly holds the key to end the terror.
Director(s): Christopher Smith
Production: Icon Entertainment International
  1 win & 5 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
99 min

You're just having a bad dream.

That's all, baby.

That's all it was.

Bad dreams make you think you've seen

things that you haven't.

You know what I do

when I have a bad dream?

I close my eyes and I think of

something nice.

Like being

here with you.

Hurry up, sweetheart.

We're gonna be late.



Did you see someone

ring my doorbell?


Okay, thanks.

I cleaned everything away, sweetheart.

Everything is exactly

the way it was before.

They're clean and shiny. Look.

Look. You see?

Okay, all right.

Just close your eyes.

Well, hello, sailor.


Permission to come aboard?

Honey, hold this.

So sorry we couldn't make it yesterday.

Somebody was working late again.

How're you doing, Sal?

I'm good.

How are you?

I'm all right.

Look at you.

Do you like it?

You look great.

Really? I just

kinda threw it on.

She's had outfits

laid out for a week.

You're such a liar.

You know my husband.

I don't listen to what he says.

You know that.

I brought my really good friend,

Heather. She's so nice.

Promise me

you'll be attentive.

How're you doing, man?

She's not to bring anyone.

You don't like her? Believe me,

she's the best looking of Sally's friends.

Which it doesn't say much.

I asked you not to.

You're living on a boat with an 18-year

old boy and you're saying no girls.

Greg, this is Heather.

She's a very good friend of mine, and I just

thought you guys should meet.


Can you just excuse me

for a moment?

Jess. You okay?

I don't think so.

Hey. What happened?

Hey. What's the matter?

I'm sorry.

You've got nothing

to apologize for.

What is it?

Are you okay?

I'm just tired.

Well, listen, we don't have to go today

if you don't want to.

No, we do. I-I wanna go.

You sure?



Yeah? Okay, come on.

Come up here.

This is Sally and

her husband, Downey.

This is Heather, Sally's friend.

You remember Victor.

So let's go sailing!



You okay?

Is Greg okay?

He's fine.

He's upstairs.

You've been asleep

for a couple of hours.

I had this terrible dream.

What about?

I don't remember.

I wouldn't worry.

Apparently bad dreams cure you

of real life stress.

As indeed does champagne.

You want some?


Downey, wanna give me

a hand, please?

Actually, Victor, I'm a guest of

the Captain's, but yes, I witt help you.

Victor, what was that

back there at the harbor?


I asked Jess if she was all right

and you said no.

You told me she was bringing

the little boy along.

When I was walking with her

in the harbor I asked where he was.

She couldn't remember.

She stared into space

for like 20 seconds

and then she said

he's at school.


Well, it's Saturday.

Ain't no school today.

Her son goes to a special needs school

and it's open every day.

Be nice to her.

All right.

Do you boys

sunbathe together?


The champagne is not great

but it is cold. Want some?

No thanks.

Okay, more for me.

Hey, how are you feeling?

I'm sorry, I didn't

realize how tired I was.

You apologize one more time,

and I'm gonna throw you overboard.


You all right?


He thinks we're a fishing hoat.

He's gonna go hungry.

You want to steer?


Go on.

Which way do I aim?

You're gonna aim that way.

It's easy, right?

So, she's a waitress

at some diner.

At least there they talk.

They became friends.

Oh, and she has

an autistic son.

So they're just friends.


What do you want me to say?

I'm sorry she has a retarded son?


Well, I'm sorry. You know, that's not

Greg's problem, that's hers.

What is it, is it the shorts?

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