Phantoms is the ideal horror story. It is told as mysterious circumstances engulf a small town on the edge of nowhere. Everyone is dead. Well almost everyone. The only -seems to be- survivors are the town doctor, Jenny and her younger sister, Lisa. As they go around hoping to find any living survivors in a death quiet town all seems lost. An innocent young sheriff and his men are drawn in to this intricate death plot as they receive now response from the -dead- police there. This unknown enemy seems to be the thing that strikes fear into the very heart of these young protagonists. For when you unmask fear it is not as intimidating . But this demon seems to have many faces underneath the mask. It seems exceedingly more difficult to try and guess as who could be enjoying killing them and messing with their heads as they fight to keep alive till daybreak when the idea of backup has sparked hope in their hearts. Simplistic sister-sister care was turned into the mass murdering of the century in the town of snowfield. Once a town of tourists and pleasure is now a nightmare maze of impending death. As in all good horrific stories, not all of them make it. In this story there was death waiting at every turn. Keeping alive has never been more difficult.