Directed By: Anthony J. Rickert-Epstein
Starring: Alex Saxon, Daniel Roebuck, Derek Mears, Jelly Howie, Leslie Easterbrook, Muse Watson, Renae Geerlings, Susan Angelo, Tyler Mane
Michael Wolffsen (Tyler Mane) receives an urgent phone call and takes his nephew and fiancee and makes the journey home to his only other living relative: his estranged, eccentric (and extremely paranoid) father, Gary (Muse Watson), who is obsessed with building an unassailable compound.
Once they arrive at Gary’s modest home, surrounded by acres and acres of grounds full of cameras and other security sensors, Michael is surprised and concerned to learn that his father is in the early stages of dementia. The house is now also covered in supernatural and occult symbols and wards. Gary’s new wife, Annabelle, has had enough and she informs Michael that she is leaving and Michael needs to resume care of his father.
Over the course of the first 24 hours, through a string of odd occurrences, some of them almost unexplainable, Michael begins to believe that Gary is a danger to both himself and others. Michael begins to make plans to take him to the nearest town to place him in a facility equipped to deal with his progressive dementia. Annabelle prepares to leave.
That is when the vengeful spirit of William makes himself known, and the killing begins. Gary, through his arcane fumbling has cursed them all in this life and the next, and now they must find a way to escape the house, defeat a spirit bent on revenge, and break the curse that will trap their spirits in the house forever.
Welcome to the compound, COMPOUND FRACTURE. Will the stronghold that was designed to save them be their everlasting tomb?