Sarah Bennett and her husband Dylan have returned to the small hamlet of Waterbury, scene of her birth - and her parents' murder. Given their facial expressions in this picture, home isn't all warm and fuzzies.
This is The Executioner. He killed Sarah's parents thirty years ago. He was revealed to be Tom Winston, who still lingers in jail. But someone else has risen up and taken the identity of The Executioner. But who?
Cam Henry is Sarah's childhood friend (they went to summer camp together). Some facts about Cam: 1) He's hot; 2) He's nice; 3) He's a cop.
Cam's boss, Chief Iain Vaughn, is a hard ass. He's also played by Dean McDermott (of Tori & Dean fame).
The reappearance of The Executioner freaks Sarah out (understandably). Enter Cam. Helps to have friends on the force.
This is Brenda, Sarah's grandmother that raised her after her parents were murdered (and who must have given birth to Sarah's mother at age 5 because this woman looks amazing). Brenda does NOT want Sarah back in Waterbury and certainly doesn't want her back in the house her parents were murdered in.
The Executioner doesn't play.
The Executioner punishes those guilty of the seven deadly sins. The bible prescribes a specific way for those guilty of the sins to die. This is where The Executioner flexes his/her creative muscle.
This is Verna McBride, Sarah's mean old neighbor. Why is Verna crying? Well, it's not because that's bad wine.
Here's what we know about slasher stories: Opening doors is bad. Here's what we know about Sarah: She opens lots of doors.