This 'Wes Craven Presents' movie is very similar to DARKNESS FALLS, though a much darker movie. A friend of a young woman kills himself before her-and this starts her re-occurance of 'night terrors' from when she was five. At his funeral she meets two of his friends, who also had night terrors when they were children. They eventually discover that there's something real, something that lives in the dark that wants to eat them. And just before this happens they develop a strange sore somewhere on their body, a mark the creatures put there when they were children. Once the other people disappear, victims of the creatures, she tries to confide in her boyfriend (Marc Blucas of BUFFY) and therapist-but they, of course, think she's crazy. In the end they don't believe her, much to her dismay. There's a real bummer of an ending. But the alternate, original ending, works far far better to tie things together and you clearly see that all the key plot points led in this direction. Why do they always reshoot the endings? The monsters are creepy, insect-like and never fully shown, and the lighting appropriately moody. Definitely far better than I thought it would be.