Young drifter Sean Crawley (Chris McKenna) leads a simple life, making a living as a house painter. That is, until he takes a job from shady construction mogul Ray Matthews (Daniel Baldwin) ... to bump off a city accountant who's been making trouble for Matthews. A man of his word, Sean follows through with the assignment, but when it comes time to collect his pay, he finds he may be next on Matthews's hit list.
Wedding photographer Max Parry (Kevin Howarth) is a serial murderer who lures his victims to their horrific deaths via the rental of a horror film in Julian Richards' grisly indie, which explores, blurs and bloodies the line separating truth from fiction. His plan works to perfection as the cocky Max videotapes his heinous crimes over a copy of the movie -- turning his snuff film into the last horror flick his quarry will ever see.
This horror movie follows introverted technical writer Kenneth (Desmond Harrington), who can't bring himself to reveal his feelings for co-worker Lisa (Melissa Sagemiller). Attempting to get over his fear, he purchases a realistic doll named Nikki that looks like Lisa and eventually works up the nerve to talk to his dream girl. Unfortunately, the doll soon becomes jealous of Kenneth's affection for Lisa and reveals her violent tendencies.
When an intense meteor shower covers the countryside, it spreads an incurable infection among residents of a peaceful fishing town, turning them into flesh-eating zombies. Running for her life, a girl named Rene (Felicity Mason) finds refuge in an isolated farmhouse. There, she meets four others who survived the disaster. Together, they fend off the walking dead and learn the truth about those they're fighting.