When Jason wakes up with a steak knife in his back and finds his friends brutally slaughtered, he desperately tries to remember what happened. After racking his brain, Jason recalls last night’s reunion with the couple he and his girlfriend haven’t seen for two years: The party innocently starts off with some food and a fat joint that inspires a discussion about different ideologies and the meaning of life. In order to turn the discussion into an experience, the group smokes a psychedelic drug (DMT with an unknown kick) that transports them into a world of incredibly beautiful, complex and multi-faceted geometric patterns. But Jason ends up having a bad trip and runs to the bathroom to vomit. On his way back to the living room, Jason spots his friend’s computer and starts chatting with an anonymous person online that not only demonstrates to know every dark secret about him, but also claims that he could have unlimited powers if he’d only follow his heart and feelings. Blinded by the promising vision of becoming God-like, Jason unlocks ever-darkening impulses that lead him to commit unspeakable acts of evil and ultimately drive him to believe that devouring a virgin’s heart will indeed give him everlasting power.