A young female falls in love with her new moved in neighbor, only to find later that her new love have been comforting her woes during the middle of the night, slowly eliminating them one after another.
Synopsis: Jean is a young female living in New York City; she works as a projectionist at a theater where she plays indie movies. Her work and love life has been causing her a lot of stress, and that’s when her friend Paulie decides to take her to the shooting range that she frequently visits. Not being sure how firing weapons would reduce her stress levels, Jean agrees to give it a try, and naturally she finds herself addicted to the sport. Days later, Jean happens to be walking by downtown Brooklyn and finds an old weapons shop. She feels strange about it, but the shop seems to be out of its place within the neighborhood. Jean meets Lance the shop owner and he introduces her to a unique rifle that he mention might help her to easily acquire the performance she desired. Back at the shooting range, Paulie is amazed by Jean’s performance with her new rifle. Arriving home, Jean finds a new neighbor moving in. They meet and her name is Jane. Jean’s actually been having some relationship issues with her girlfriend Janice, she decides to approach Jane and give it a go. Slowly, they start seeing each other quite often every other night. At work, Jean’s been underperforming with late arrivals and thus given warnings by her supervisor Tracy. To relieve her stress, Jean keeps returning to the range. Within a short amount of time, Jean starts to develop weird nightmares; she would see herself holding her rifle and firing it at Tracy. After waking from her nightmare, Jean turns on the television only to find that her supervisor been killed by an unknown murderer. Jean doubts her sanity, and runs off to find Paulie. Paulie helps Jean in setting up cameras in her apartment to record all her activities during the night, she’s afraid that she might be psychotic and is sleep walking in the middle of the night. After weeks of recording, they came to conclusion that Jean was absolutely normal after watching weeks of her sleeping footage. Jean decides to let the issue slide and is relieved, realizing that for her to be killing people while asleep just seemed absurd. Another week passes by and while sitting at the park reading her paper, Jane suddenly passes by to say hi. Her sudden disappearance and reappearance startles Jean. On her way home Jean decides to stop by and speak with Jane. Instead, upon arriving at Jane’s apartment, she finds her best friends corpse all cut up and placed in the refrigerator, and that the whole entire apartment was just a clone of her own, with identical wall paint and furniture. After seeing her friend’s corpse, she suddenly has flash backs of lost memory. She sees herself with Jane, and Jane suddenly transforming into her rifle. She unlocks the footage at the clone apartment and sees that cameras were in place within the same positions where she and Paulie were setting them up at her own home. She finds footage of herself committing the grotesque deeds to Paulie. She undergoes a mental breakdown. Jean runs home to find her rifle. She puts it in her case and drives down through the highway in the middle of the night trying to get rid of it in the vast ocean. She returns home to sleep relieved, but only wakes to find herself all wet in the morning with the rifle again right beside her. She decides to bury it, and again only to awake with the rifle beside her. Finally, Jean decides to bury herself along with her rifle. Hours pass, and a hand reaches up from the soil. Jean pulls herself out from the grave. Its been raining a bit and that has loosen up the soil, we can’t quite figure who it is with the face under that soil. She gets up to walk away from the grave carrying the rifle. The rain starts to pour harder, and the dirt slowly comes off the woman’s face. Some how its now Jane, and within the strike of a lightning we see the reflection within a puddle of water reflecting on the ground, the reflection however shows Jean’s face.