Distraught over the recent death of his mother and disturbed by the appearance of a seductive stranger who seems intent on taking her place, twelve year old Robin begins to wonder if he woman who seduced his dad is in fact a witch who seeks to destroy his family. When Robin's mother died, his father responded by burying himself in work. As a result, the imaginative adolescent was forced to become the man of the household, caring for his younger sister while their father burned the midnight oil. Then, from out of nowhere, came Maria. A stunning yet mysterious woman who gradually works her way into the shattered family's once-happy home, Maria displays a subtle air of malevolence that Robin's grieving father doesn't seem to notice. But Robin's best friend Larry notices, and before long he's convinced his motherless pal that Maria isn't just eccentric, she's downright demonic. Subsequently swept up in a paranoid wind of surreal suspicion, young Robin begins plotting to save his family by killing Maria. But is Maria really a witch, or has the fragile Robin finally let his overactive imagination get the best of him?