The psychological thriller The Glass House has an interesting set up, but fails to deliver any true terror. The plot follows two children, Ruby and Rhett Baker, who are orphaned and taken in by their parent's friends, the Glasses, but before long Rudy starts to suspect that the Glasses have a sinister reason for having taken them in and could be behind her parent's deaths. The cast has some impressive talent and features Leelee Sobieski, Stellan Skarsgard, Diane Lane, and Bruce Dern. However, the script is a little weak and leaves too much ambiguity to sustain much tension or suspense. And before long, the story falls into formula and becomes pretty predictable. There's some mystery to The Glass House, but it's rather underwhelming and lacks real peril and danger.