• Publication date: December 1, 2009

Get Ready To Get Wasted Paranoia or Paranormal?

Americans Tara, Troy, Holly, Bluto, and Lisa and their host eagerly set out into the wilderness in search of some magic mushrooms. Having been promised the 'trip' of a lifetime by their Irish friend and mushroom expert Jake (Jack Huston), the Americans arrive in Ireland, keen for adventure. Despite Jake's warnings about the "shrooms they shouldn't eat," they experience a bad trip that lasts till dawn.

Americans Tara, Troy, Holly, Bluto, and Lisa and their host eagerly set out into the wilderness in search of some magic mushrooms. Having been promised the 'trip' of a lifetime by their Irish friend and mushroom expert Jake (Jack Huston), the Americans arrive in Ireland, keen for adventure. Despite Jake's warnings about the "shrooms they shouldn't eat," they experience a bad trip that lasts till dawn.

Around the evening camp fire, with Tara resting in her tent, Jake tells a ghost story of the empty children's home nearby, and of a violent sadistic monk belonging to the religious cult who owned the orphanage. This monk, after consuming soup spiked with deathcap mushrooms by one of his charges went berserk and slaughtered everyone in his order, including almost all of the children. Overhearing this causes Tara to have premonitions of the murders of her friends one by one, and ultimately herself.

Tara begins to wonder if she took too strong of a dose after Bluto goes missing, and she feels as if she's somehow witnessed his death. When other members of the group go missing as well, it begins to appear that someone is stalking the group and taking murderous advantage of their altered state. Could it be that this is just a simple case of hallucinogenic panic, or is there an element of truth to Jake's troubling stories of mutilated bodies and unsolved murders in the Irish countryside?

Rated R for adult content, sexual content, and drug use

Running time: 84 mins