Virginia Wainright, recovering from a severe car accident that destroyed part of her brain, has returned to school-and her friends start disappearing as her eighteenth birthday approaches. You see, her almost fatal accident happened on her birthday four years before, a birthday that no one chose to attend. The first 3/4' of this movie is fairly plausible, dealing with her insecurities and mysterious blackouts, but when we discover who the culprit is behind the disappearances the movie delves into the realm of the ridiculous. At first it seems to be her twin. Then, the woman takes off her Virginia mask and reveals herself to be one of the vanished 'friends' who reveals that she is taking revenge for an affair that Virginia's father had with her own mother-and wants to frame Virginia for all the murders. I simply didn't buy this. Directed by J. Lee Thompson who also directed BATTLE FOR THE PLANET OF THE APES.