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On the surface, James Deakin (Nick Stahl SIN CITY, TERMINATOR 3: RISE OF THE MACHINES) lives a quiet, routine, comfortable life with his wife Amy (Mia Kirshner The Vampire Diaries) in their suburban home. Under the subtle manipulation of a faceless voyeur, however, cracks in their relationship begin to emerge. When Amy suddenly disappears, James is left to wonder if she's been abducted or simply abandoned him, but their tormentor doesn't stop there. As the manipulations become more twisted and violent, James desperately tries to identify just who's doing this to him and why, but his adversary always seems to be one step ahead.
Shot from the point of view of hidden cameras concealed by the voyeur around the Deakins' house, filmmaker Randall Cole injects new life into the found-footage horror genre by grounding it in the every day.
This found footage film, is worth giving a try. Parts of it was creepy and other parts of it was slow. Its worth watching at least once.Published 3 months ago by T.White
Omg what a creepy movie...the acting could have used a little work but what a sick way for someone to tear another person's life apart.Published 5 months ago by Ariana
I thought I rated this movie, so this must be the preview Amazon Prime lets you see at no cost. What can I say expect that it's no better or worse than any movie preview...Published 5 months ago by kei.
Really enjoyed this one - great found footage movie. Defintely worth a rental.
More detailed review to follow... once I can tally up all the plotholes.
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Awful, awful movie. Please don't waste your time with this, there are literally no redeemable qualities about this film. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Ben
Excellent. Original plot but very disturbing. Not for the faint of heart but if you like psychological thrillers this is for you. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Benjamin Gulli