A gripping story of a family in search of help for their son, Dalton, who fell into a coma after a mysterious incident in the attic. Little do they know that there is much more to this endless sleep than meets the eye as they explore the paranormal, and rediscover the past; the key to getting their son back once and for all.
Miscellaneous A spelling mistake in the end credits lists John Darko for "Still Photographer/Additional Photagraphy".
Crew/Equipment Visible When Josh Lambert is upstairs in Dalton's room, he goes to the dresser drawer to grab clothes for Dalton. When he bends down to grab the clothes, you can clearly see his microphone cords.
Crew/Equipment Visible When Josh goes into Dalton's room to wake him up, he turns his back to the camera, briefly revealing a cord underneath his jacket, presumably from a wireless microphone.
Continuity When Josh Lambert goes to the front door to investigate, he flips on the porch light, which blows immediately. Moments later, they show an exterior shot of the house with the porch light on and no explanation as to how it was replaced
Character Error When Elise first sees the demon, she describes him to Specs as having eyes that are "like two black holes," and has him draw a picture as such. Also, Dalton's picture of the demon is that of a red face and two completely dark spots for eyes. However, when the demon appears in person, his eyes have extremely constricted pupils, and at other times the eyes of a cat.
Audio/Video Mismatch When Elise lulls Josh to sleep with a metronome, the metronome reads 60 beats per minute when in fact the tempo heard is closer to 85 beats per minute.
Josh looks through several pictures of his younger self when he finds out that he can astral project. In one of them, he can be seen carrying a dog, which belongs to director James Wan.
The first film distributed by Filmdistrict.
The mask Elise puts on to enter the world of dreams is the same as the mask used by the the Sandman, the master of dreams, in the comic book series of the same name, created by Neil Gaiman.
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