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Drama, Horror, Science Fiction and Fantasy, Thriller
After an accident, Michelle wakes up chained to a bed in a basement-cum-bunker and soon learns from her mysterious captor, Howard, of an apparent chemical attack affecting the outside world. Following this revelation, she demands freedom from her restraints but is unable to overpower Howard. However, he soon allows her the freedom of the bunker where she is introduced to Emmett, a young man also in receipt of the same questionable and unpredictable hospitability. As they discover more about Howard’s past, Emmett and Michelle become doubtful over his claims and conspiracy theories as well as fearful for their lives, but escaping a monster is never easy.
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