Andrew Skyes would do just about anything to be a dad. Unfortunately, a twist of fate leaves him unable to conceive a child, making his life a nightmare. His wife Denise leaves him because of this. He can't even perform well at work after the divorce. If he could just focus on making enough sales to keep his boss happy, he might turn things around for himself. While trying to score a sale outside of Santa Fe, New Mexico, Andrew's jeep blows a flat. Just as a tow truck operator named Tucker comes to his rescue, a weird ship crashes in the desert.
Chase Weaverson would have preferred moving to the family farm all on his own. Instead, he finds himself alongside his younger brother Dylan, who's left behind more girlfriends in Hedon City than Chase can count. It's bad enough Chase has to watch out for idiots on the road, whose reckless speeding and swerving nearly leads him to crash his pick-up. Concentrating on driving while putting up with his brother's two-timing antics almost makes him give Dylan the boot.
It's been said the eyes are the windows to the soul. What happens, however, when those windows crack? Tempe, Arizona resident Greg Gnops, is about to find out. When an accident involving sunlight and a telescope alters Greg's vision, he suddenly finds himself with a strange new ability that drains psychic fragments of a person's soul from their body, killing his victim in the process. Despite trying to hide behind a pair of sunglasses, the slightest naked glimpse activates his power.