|Official Release Date||Jul 15, 2010|
|Starring||Jackson Rathbone, Shaun Evans, Hanne Steen|
|Screen Format||Wide Screen|
|Audio||Dolby Digital 6.1|
|Running Time||94 Minutes|
For persons aged 18 or above only.
descriptionAfter losing a sibling to a drunk driving accident, Stephen Grace (Jackson Rathbone) lives a life of order and control. He attends New England University where he works at the bookstore and studies film. He meets a mysterious classmate by the name of Quaid (Shaun Evans). Quaid has an unhealthy obsession with the philosophies of Dread, and finds Stephen's sheltered life fascinating. He sees Stephen as the direct product of what happened to his older brother and that his fear of losing control in turn controls him. Stephen is quickly seduced into friendship and is convinced by Quaid to helm a documentary on the subject of fear: a Kinsley-like study where they will explore peoples' innermost terrors. Stephen recruits a classmate and crush Cheryl Fromm (Hanne Steen) to edit the film and the three of them quickly develop an intense relationship.Encounters with fear study subjects lead the three of them to fully realize their own innermost traumas. But it soon becomes evident that Quaid is hiding something much bigger. Quaid, the impartial experimenter, is obsessed with terrors because his own dread runs deepest. As Stephen breaks out of his shell and grows as an individual, Quaid's sociopathic behaviors intensify and he finds himself on an inevitable path of destruction. To quench his thirst for salvation and to ultimately find a cure to his dread, Quaid decides to take the fear study to the next level, and horrifically exploits the terrors of the study's participants, including those of Cheryl and Stephen.
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