Arnold wakes up, soaking wet, and tries to piece together how he got to Room 104.
Catherine visits Room 104, where she’s confronted by the disembodied voice of another woman— who could she be?
Gracie doesn’t invite her older sister Karen to her birthday and it causes absolute chaos
In ’97, Anish needs his mother to send his novel by e-mail. But getting it done over the phone could prove a brutal experience.
Meg babysits a boy named Ralph in a motel room. Only to discover there’s something not quite right with Ralph.
Creep. 2015. Directed by Patrick Brice. Written by Patrick Brice & Mark Duplass. Starring Patrick Brice & Mark Duplass. Blumhouse Productions. Rated R. 82 minutes. Comedy/Horror ★★★★★I know Mark Duplass mainly from two sources – his amazing portrayal of Pete on FX’s raunchy fantasy-football comedy The League, and the film Baghead which he co-directed with his brotherContinue reading “Mark Duplass is CREEP(y)”