John Bishop is a mentally challenged young man who believes he has the devil locked up in his basement. He talks to his sister Kate and is struggling to inform her of this when he is brutally murdered by the now escaped madman. Kate Bishop is an auditor at a company who delivers contracts for the military when she is blindsided with the one-two punch of the death of an uncle and her brother. Her questioning by a Detective Janek unearths John’s abilities to look into a person’s eyes and see the evil within. John had been working for the police, and Kate soon discovers her own abilities. Kate is beside herself with questions, which is when Janek leads her to look into an author named Jack Raines who has penned a book regarding evil and an ability to see it. Raines walks in the shadows, but his knowledge may be useful.The thrill ride begins from there, and no one is safe until the end….Maybe.
Nest is a non-stop entertaining corker of a tale. The action is well paced, the characters interesting, the villains depraved, and the brutality shocking in some cases, but that doesn’t detract from a fast thrill ride. A+