Drug addict Nick Clarke (Dillane) sees his friend Gloria eating another man in the drug den where he is staying, frightening him and causing him to run into the street and be hit by a car. His mother, Madison (Dickens), and his stepfather Travis Manawa (Curtis) go to the hospital where he is under close watch by the police. Madison is the guidance counselor of a high-school where her daughter Alicia (Debnam-Carey) is a student and Travis is one of the teachers, and they return to school as normal. Nick flees from the hospital and Madison and Travis later seek him out. Travis goes to the place where Nick claims that Gloria has eaten a man and he finds gore in the spot. Nick contacts his friend and drug dealer Calvin that tries to kill him. They fight and Calvin dies with a shot. Nick calls Travis and he comes with Madison to meet him. When they go to see Calvin, they see him up and walking around, but soon they learn that something is really wrong with Calvin. They watch in disbelief ...
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When Nick meets Calvin at the diner he had been out of the hospital for a day or so and he said it had been over 48 hours since his last dose of heroin, yet Nick only seems mildly uncomfortable. If Nick is using heroin on a regular basis, then his brain chemistry has become dependent on the heroin, so going 48 hours without a "fix" would cause Nick to be in full blown opioid withdrawal. Other then possibly IV administered oxycodone, IV heroin is the hardest opioid to detox from and has the worst and most severe withdrawal symptoms. So by the time Nick meets Calvin in the diner he would be incredibly sick and in a huge amount of agony. See more
[Nick wakes up alone in the abandoned church, calling out for his friend
[as Nick looks into the empty hallway and rooms
[when Nick finds the dead bodies, seeing Gloria hunched over, whispering
Gloria? Gloria, babe, we got to go.
[when Gloria turns around covered in blood, with a knife stuck into her side
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