Set in New Orleans, paramedics and close friends Steve (Anthony Mackie) and Dennis (Jamie Dornan) arrive on the scene for what seems like a typical overdose. They end up stumbling upon a bizarre plot that will take them down a most unexpected path. Deaths occur from a synthetic narcotic known as synchronic, which has some extreme side effects that don’t just alter consciousness.
When Dennis’ teenage daughter (Ally Ioannides) tries synchronic and goes missing. Steve, who was recently diagnosed with terminal cancer, aims to discover the truth behind the killer drug named SYNCHRONIC and inadvertently sets off on a journey to find her – a journey that involves time travel. It is an outrageous premise that has so many loose points. Worst still the directors are way too serious with their story which looks as if it is made up as they go along.
What is inconceivable is that no explanation is given on to the reason Steve ends up in the swamp or on a battlefield depending on the position he takes the drug. Benon and Moorhead takes their audience on a wild ride which ends up going nowhere furiously fast. One cannot care for stuff that do not make sense.