Actually a pretty great flick. Dunstan goes for the classic bad-neighbor-action-thriller but understands the importance of power dynamics in such a piece. Badass protagonists vs badass antagonist is much more fun than a helpless victim. The result is a lean, tense, bloody romp, with equally tight soundwork. The casting is sweet!
After two Collector movies Dunstan finally shifts gears and ventures into "redneck-rural-neo-noir-land" with a tale reminiscient of movies like Blue Ruin and Cold In July. While not as good as those movies The Neighbor i securely anchored by the excellent Stewart, Essoe and Engvall and a mean and lean script that could have used a bit more attending but works OK nevertheless. And the final shot was a nice/grim touch.