Miller is frustrated.
Hours at the gym and nothing to show for it. But once a coworker introduces him to RECRÜT, a sports energy drink that guarantees results, the gains come quick.
It isn't long before Miller attains the godlike physique he’s always wanted. Unfortunately, these twelve little ounces come with a side effect – a high price he never expected to pay.
And the more RECRÜT he drinks, the more his world begins to unravel, uncovering a sinister side of himself he never knew existed.
Overwhelmed with grief over the loss of his wife, Bryan Combs habitually buries himself at work, opting for late night shifts at the mall, often drinking himself to sleep in the back office of his once beloved job.
This goes on for months until one morning when they show up - strangers at his office door screaming and pleading for him to let them in because they are being pursued and desperately need somewhere to hide.
As he awakens from his drunken stupor, he begins to wonder if this is some sick joke. Compelled to let them in, he soon witnesses for himself what has these people so afraid, so panicked, that he finds it impossible to stay caught in his spiral of self-loathing.
The fading memories Jacob has of his deceased mother are buried on a few VHS home movies. Recently haunted by recurring dreams of her, he sets out to pick up a used VCR, and finds one at a local yard sale.
However this is no ordinary VCR. According to the owner, this particular model not only plays movies, but it allows one to communicate with the dead.
Fueled by curiosity, Jacob takes it home and soon discovers that what he possesses opens a doorway to darkness, death, and lust.