Great indie thriller with a fun/disturbing turn from Hyde Pearce. The script is taut and keeps you interested until the last frame. Admittedly, the focus of the story shifts after the hour mark and where it will take you will demand a bit of your good will towards the movie. Personally I though the third reel worked like a charm and really brought the absurd quality of the script to fruition. Check it out!
Frasier's Niles Crane goes straight for the jugular in this pleasantly surprising two-hander from a director to watch. I love it when a film like this comes along, that has
the guts to take an actor typically typecast in a certain genre or soap or popular television show, then cannily casts them as the complete opposite of what audiences are used to.
Great psychological thriller. Just when you think you have it figured out, you don't. The transition of style and story during the last third was very awkward, but it's worth it seeing how much deeper the story gets.
For the first hour or so, a taut two-hander that mostly plays out on one set, with David Hyde Pierce giving one of his best performances.
Problem is, the director/co-writer gives this one too many twists, which ends up robbing it of some of its power. Still, fun for anyone that likes Hitchcockian thrillers.