The scene opens on Amy, a 20-year-old college sophomore, (Aubrey Sinclair) as she sits crying in the front seat of her car. Her vehicle has been loaded up with boxes and clothes and an eviction notice rests atop a notebook on the passenger seat. The student was recently kicked out of her apartment and has spent the past few days living out of her car. She is dirty and tired and incredibly anxious. When her phone rings, a return call from an application she submitted, she answers enthusiastically … but her face falls as she is told, for the tenth time, that her credit is too poor to be considered. There is only one rental left – a private room in a house. Since the place is close by, she decides to skip a call and go directly there. After all, perhaps meeting the landlord in person will give her a stronger chance at pleading her case. When she knocks on the door, she is greeted by a man. At first, he is very timid and uneager to open but when she mentions being interested in the room he’s advertised, his expression changes and he warmly invites her inside. He introduces himself as Philip (Tommy Pistol) and shows her around the house, while she cautiously checks him out. Something about him seems a little strange but the place is very nice and clean and the price is right, so she decides to ignore it. When Philip offers to let her to move in right away and not worry about a lease (or credit check) she jumps at the chance. Eagerly, she heads back outside to begin grabbing her things as Philip stands at the door watching her intently.
Throughout the day, as Amy unpacks in her room, Philip keeps making excuses to come in and check on her. She finds it annoying and a little creepy, especially the way her landlord leers at her, but it’s all so harmless that she shrugs it off. Even after he is found watching in her room as she gets out of the shower, he is so nervous and apologetic that she shrugs it off. She gets into bed, calls her mother to tell her about the move, glossing over the details, and then turns out the light to go bed. That night, she is woken up by a rustling noise. Looking out across the darkened room, she discovers Philip has snuck in, rifled through her dirty clothes, and is now sniffing her panties while watching her sleep. She panics and confronts him, turning on the light and threatening to call the police. He calms her down and explains that he is harmless, he just has a little problem… He is a sexual deviant who is obsessed with young women. Everything about them: how they look, how they smell, how they taste. When she showed up at his doorstep and inquired about the room, he couldn’t help himself. And, now that she’s living under his roof, he finds the temptation unbearable. Nervously, she asks him if he is a sex offender and he assures her that he has no criminal record, it’s just a … hobby of sorts. He promises to be the easiest landlord ever, if she’ll just allow him to watch her from time to time. Letting her guard down, she realizes that she has power over the pervert and this descends into a negotiation where she agrees to let him ‘obsess’ over her in exchange for free room and board. Excitedly, he goes along with it … agreeing to her terms as she removes articles of clothing and lets him touch her. Eventually, she tells him she will let him use her body however he wants in exchange for covering her entire year’s tuition and the horny pervert agrees.
Head of the House
After his parents unexpectedly die in a car crash, troubled college student Damian Charles (Brad Knight) is left the keys to the family’s estate in their will. The only clause is that he allows his step-sister, Miranda Alexander (Lana Rhoades), to live there until her 21st birthday. The step-siblings have never gotten along but, now that he has firm control over the household, something starts to shift within him. After first begrudgingly letting her stay with him, he slowly starts to get off on the feeling of bossing her around and imposes stricter and stricter rules on her, ‘as long as she lives under his roof!’ It begins with chores and a curfew but soon turns sexual. Ultimately, he strikes a deal with the precocious 18-year-old teen that she can do whatever she wants in the house, so long as she agrees to service him.