Officially selected and Winner of the Los Angeles Motion Picture Festival’s Best Horror Screenplay Award.

After hosting an annual themed summer party 24 years ago where his mother is mysteriously slayed, JULIUS (42) and friends reunite. Julius invites twin siblings ANGELA (43) PETER (43), couple AMY (43) and THOMAS (45), husband and wife GRIFFIN (42) and LEAH (41) and lovers CLAYTON (41) and KEN (42). All arrive for a Summer Solstice Themed Reunion at Camp Julian, where Julius lives his dream as host and hosts nightly murder mystery dinners that retro in 1980’s slasher killer fashion. Not only actors partake, guests do as well during a thrilling evening of mystery, suspense, and intrigue. During this murder mystery reunion of sorts, employees such as VICKY (60) CHARLES (45) DAN (50) of Camp Julian start to disappear and FRED (65) turns up dead. Or is he? As the evening continues, all guests are not only haunted by a shared past, but they are haunted by their own past as some face their own fears and others vanish one by one. Being haunted by the past is only the killer beginning, and as fears are faced and bodies pile higher, guests accuse one another of foul play. While seeking for survival and the truth; apparitions appear, desperation becomes bleak, and mysterious figures are not only seen but kill over, and over again. Will the killer, or killers and the truth be revealed before the red Solstice sun sets? Is there a killer among the guests? Or is this just a game? Is there something supernatural at play? Or is it, disgruntled staff? Or the host himself?

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