Georgell is a no-nonsense bouncer at a popular nightclub. When a violent shooter opens fire on the innocent crowd outside his bar, Georgell is shocked to find himself among the victims hit on the nightclub front steps. Unlike others, however, he survives—with the consequences. Although his physical wounds heal, scars remain on his psyche. No one can reach him—not even his loving wife—so Georgell attempts to lose himself in work. In work, though, he finds no comfort. Georgell sees things. He swears dark shadows hang over unsuspecting patrons. These dark shadows appear dangerous; Georgell fears more people might get hurt. He also fears for his own sanity. It soon becomes apparent he isn’t the only bouncer who can see the dark shadows. His coworker Moose sees them too, and it’s hard to ignore the sense of foreboding they share. Soon, they realize the most powerful dark being hovers over another bouncer at the establishment. Georgell and Moose have no idea why they’ve been given the ability to see these creatures, but they know they must do something. This evil influence foreshadows darkness, and two mortal men must stand in the way of otherworldly demons or else say goodbye to life as they know it.