Having buried her husband recently, emotionally scarred, grief-stricken high-school teacher Beth returns to the spacious, eerily vacant lake house he built for her in the heart of a gloomy forest. But as pained Beth tries to pick up the pieces, before long, mysterious shadows and blood-curdling reflections on the windows start to taunt her, and suddenly, she finds herself opening boxes, rummaging through the deceased’s belongings. And little by little, Beth’s intense late-night nightmares become increasingly vivid, taking a toll on her already fragile sanity. Now, pressing questions demand clear answers. Will Beth ever unearth the secret of the night house?—Nick Riganas
When Beth flips through photos on Owen’s phone, one of the first photos shown is of two men laughing. The photo is of the film’s screenwriters, Luke Piotrowski and Ben Collins, who met in high school in Georgia and began writing together in college.