Reviewed bylois-lane33Vote: 3/10/10
I thought this movie became basically unwatchable at the half waypoint. It must not have been expensive to shoot because it all seemedto take place within an apartment or brownstone type of dwellingtypically found in any larger cities in North America. The plot linebecause scattered at the half way point and I became bored with it andstopped watching it, I like my movies to make a certain amount of senseand this 'its all been a bad dream' stuff doesn't work for me. It'slike they couldn't come up with a plot but they started shooting anywayand thought that somehow an idea would come to mind to enable them tofinish there movie. Acting was OK maybe a bit amateurish but if theplot is good that doesn't matter. The poorer plot makes it matter more.Ho hum fare that isn't really much for horror fans or thriller fans. Onthe level of a student movie.A maybe not so excellent student movie.
Jonathan MacKinlay (Michael Jefferson) has been with afflicted with agoraphobia ever since the car accident that killed his wife (Sarah Schoofs). Since that night, he lived a life of identical days trapped in his own home, the monotony broken up only by visits from his best friend Taylor (Andrew Ruth), his therapist Dr. Edmondson (Peter Gregus) and Bree (Emma Dubery), the woman who brings his groceries. When a violent home invasion disrupts his world and threatens his sanity, he begins to believe an evil presence now haunts his home - but is it real or just in his imagination? He'll have to survive to find out.