Life for Quincy is divided into two parts. Before Pine Cottage, and after Pine Cottage. Quincy's memory is fuzzy on the precise events that led to the death of all her friends on their mini holiday, but she has never been allowed to forget what it is that she will became in her survival; a Final Girl. The only one to stagger out of the forest that day, blood soaked and being chased by a knife wielding killer, was Quincy. The media continues to be obsessed with Quincy and two other “Final Girls”; Samantha Boyd and Lisa Milner – even though it has been years since their separate horrors. All three girls made it out of massacres when their school mates and friends did not. They were not untouched, but they made it through alive.
Moving away from the horrific legacy of being a Final Girl is not easy and Quincy is devastated to learn of the death of Lisa. Lisa had put her best efforts into forging on past the nightmares and was leading a productive and worthwhile life. The press latches onto Lisa's passing and unexpectedly it is the reclusive Samantha Boyd, who braves the media circus in order to reach Quincy. Samantha can't say where she's been hiding out all these years, but she wants Quincy to confront her memories of that night in Pine Cottage. Whether Quincy likes it, or not.