Starring: Billy Burke, Mark Kelly, Oz Perkins and Emma Caulfield.
Plain and simple. A person will either like this film or not. I did. I felt when watching the movie it was hard not to get the creeps. The atmosphere was a bit strange and actually humourous in a tense sort of way. It was predictable and did delve into the mental illness category, but all in all it was OK. Oz Perkins (Henry) made my skin crawl. Mark Kelly was mediocre as Cole. Every time I looked at him on the screen I wanted to give him a shave.
First time director Nick Simon delivers a tight direction, spooky in a Hitchcock manner.
Mark Kelly as Cole delivers a flammable and edgy character. Impeccable poker-faced Henry played by Oz Perkins, son of Anthony Perkins (Psycho) and reminds me of 80's icon Henry Silva, delivers an impressive performance. Billy Burke as Eric is his powerful, sensitive self. This is certainly worth your time, go rent or buy this.
Also directing could've been better, polish makes a big difference