A serial killer is stalking the young women of a University. Police and media struggle to find the killer before... more
Matthew is drinking alchohol during a sweep of depression watching his children play on a video he filmed the last time he seen them 4 years previously. He is awoken by his alarm clock followed by a phone call the next morning by an insurance agent selling life insurance. He claims to have no one to add to the policy and denies the offer. He gets ready for his day, when he finds a suicide letter written by himself the night before he runs into the hallway, backing up and looking into his living room he finds himself dead lying next to his rifle on the floor. He weeps and his old self dissapears. He sits up and remembers writing the letter the night before, but was interupted by a home burglar. He grabs his rifle and runs into the living room searching for the assailant. The burglar ends up getting behind Matthew in the living room, which Matthew hears and basically gives up. The burglar shoots Matthew. The burglar kneels down and pulls the suicide letter from Matthew's hand. The burglar then sits at Matthews computer desk reviewing the video Matthew was last watching on the computer. The assailant lifts a gas mask used to hide his identity. The assailant turns out to be Matthew. He never committed suicide, but rather killed his old self in order to move forward, but has he?