Crazed killer Dowhen takes the Egyptian god Attis for a role model. According to legend, Attis was able to rouse himself from sleep to go on a killing spree, and his self-styled protege follows the example by murdering his wife. Remsen is a teenager who, along with a gaggle of her friends,
takes the killer's child to a house in an isolated desert location, where a party is being held. Meanwhile detective Rowe is trying to find the killer before his murderous reign claims more victims. Nothing can save this from being an incoherent mess. Though the film is stylishly photographed, the
plot is poorly developed, and what should frighten induces snickers instead.