As the children ran screaming from door to door in search of tricks and treats, Tina spent Halloween night secluded, locked in her home as a deadly mental patient escaped and sought revenge against her family.
Solitude did nothing for the young woman but let her dwell on her past, her inappropriate desires and her hunger for her own form of justice. The escaped lunatic would serve as a great scape goat when her stepfather came home to check on her.
The man who was supposed to care for her, provide for her and protect her from the monsters of the world. The man who had his own twisted plans. The man who stared a little too long when she was in the room. The man whose touch filled her with pleasure and pain. It was time for Tina to show him what a real monster looked like.