Five Strangers. One Thing In Common. Survival.
It was all supposed to be the experience of a lifetime. Carey, a couple of years out of college, was about to backpack across Europe. However, after waking in a cold, non-descript basement, a different kind of journey begins for her. One filled with physical and psychological terror. Soon she will find out, she is not alone.
In a shared and sealed hell, Carey quickly bonds with Kim, another captive, as the two are f-rced to play in a madman's sick game. Poisoned water is offered when they thirst, and those who do not please him are left corpses in their cell as company.
Then a fourth victim is thrown into the mix - one who has survived long enough to play by the rules. Familiar with "his game," this girl retreats into a madness of self-preservation. She refuses to share her food and even attempts to murder Kim as she tires to guess, "What he wants." Carey must draw on extreme reserves of strength and courage or lose hope altogether.
This is Dark Reality.. A terrifying and emotional scenario visualized to those haunting photographs on "missing girls" posters. It f-rces you to think of them as someone you know...not just statistics. This time...the horror is real.