Seven women and one fab gay guy plan a getaway birthday weekend for their friend, Alice. Escaping to an eccentric, secluded ranch, the girls settle in for several days of gossip, girl time and grub.
They start off where they always do, old rivalries in place, extreme vanity covering great insecurities, but a true love for each other underneath the bickering, sniping and sassing.
A number of drinks into the first evening, they uncover a dark secret. Their rental house is the site of a mass murder of teenage girls on a sleepover 15 years earlier. Blood stains the floors under replacement carpets. The killer still runs free.
The girls take it for what it seems – a fun story to tell on a rainy night in front of a roaring fire. But after one of them disappears and the others find her dead, the story doesn’t seem so fun anymore.
Soon the girls turn on each other, accusing one another of jealousy, chemical imbalance and murder. The accusations are improbable, sort of, but could one of them have actually done it? The weekend turns into a race against death. Who will make it out alive?