'Two Soundtrack Songs (one which features with the Opening Credits of the film) written in accordance with the Script and film. These two tracks are performed by the Maari Music alias associated with dark, angsty textures; 'Neon Phantoms' and give fiesty but fragile vocal performances that reflect the energy of the teens on screen.
When Jada's estranged father is found brutally murdered, her world is turned upside down. For the last thirteen years she has grown up to become an ordinary teenager: She fights with her mum, is a middling student in most of her classes, and can't wait till school ends so she can road trip with her best friends, Ashley and Grace. That all changes when her father's death leads to a series of supernatural events that draw the attention of a centuries old group known only as 'The Sect' and their leader, Jada's grandfather, Colton. Jada soon finds herself in the middle of their world, a supernatural bacchanalia – a decadent ball, magically located outside of time. Before Jada knows it, she is caught up in several layers of intrigue and politics, with her friends kidnapped and used as pawns. Jada's only hope lies with Finn, a handsome young man at the ball, who could well be Jada's soulmate... and the man who killed her father.
Directed by Nick A’hern
Written by Andrew Smithee
Produced by Nick A’hern
Director of Photography: Nick A’hern