Johnny Young Bosch (Power Rangers Zeo)
Karen Ashley (Mighty Morphin Power Rangers)
Reza Bahador (Lonelygirl15)
Jonny Cruz (Walking Tall: Lone Justice)
Meill Skylar (Redline)
Joey Greco (Cheaters)
Plagued by a ten-year-old legendary story of the mysterious murder of Devon Anderson, this community still harbors curiosity when the current victims and the evidence surrounding their murders appears to be very similar to what happened to Devon and the parents accused of murdering him. Did Devon Anderson die? That is the question. How did Devon’s lovestruck, deranged, abusive parents get off for his murder when all the evidence pointed to them? And who killed them in turn?
This legendary event causes strife in the tiny city, but also leaves a trail of questions and enough obscurity to keep a community still scared, obsessed by the tragic event and concerned that it is happening again. With more people dying and all the similarities mounting, the legend of Devon’s ghost has surfaced and sent an already suspicious community into a tailspin. Convinced that Devon Anderson is alive and the murderer, Josh and Symphony, along with their friends, stay one step ahead of the authorities and try to find Devon, to stop him from killing again. Not really knowing what is setting the guy off, they narrow down that every couple was attacked while being affectionate. They have to do something quick, before they too become victims. With the police and the media just assuming it’s a copycat crime, they must face Devon alone and re-open old emotional wounds, and hunt down their once-classmate. But Devon is much too smart and too strong, and running is not an option. The only way to get Devon is to fight back together.
Karan is as beautiful as ever, and the end of the movie leaves you uncertain, which is good.The end of any movie or book should leave your imagination wide open to think of all the possibilities, and this one does. It’s also great to see Power Ranger actors Johnny Yong Bosch and Karan Ashley reunited on screen.