Four friends; Jack, Emera, Ameth, and Owen go to the Friedkin School for Girls. It's supposed to be simple, go pick up Emera and Ameth's sister Ruby, but the students have been seeing something in the woods; something monstrous; something t human. On the first night, Jack is able to hold it at bay. Now the army has arrived, but protecting the people at the school does t seem to be their top priority. Jack will have to rise to the task as the soldiers seem to be unable to stop the beast. His only hope of understanding the creature's origin and motives rests in the two old journals belonging to the house's former owners. Soldiers and civilians alike are dying. The monster seems unstoppable driven by an unholy desire. Jack and the survivors will have to last the night and destroy the beast or die trying. Now what started as an overnight trip has turned into a fight for survival. The horror in the woods wants something that only it kws. In the dark of the night, evil stalks the halls.
With a dark imagination and a love for action, I like to think that I've mixed the two together to create a winning combination (much like peanut butter and chocolate). Although, I'll let you decide.