Definitely not what the rest of the movie is.
It soon finishes as we see Jonathan MacKinlay wake up next to his dead wife in a car.
We find out that from this and his parents dying in an unrelated accident that Jonathan has become a recluse. He's developed agoraphobia and hasn't stepped foot out of his door for over a year.
The only parts of the outside world known to him are brought by his friend Taylor, his Doctor, and new girl Bree who was hired to do shopping for him.
Throughout the movie Jonathan suffers from hallucinations, he sees his dead wife who blames him for her death, an unknown intruder, and a very Insidiousesque figure.
He gets confused as to what's real and what isn't, and believes he can fight against what isn't.
Well. That doesn't go down too well for him, let's just say that.
I won't say any more as I don't want to spoil anything.
If you have patience, the film is definitely worth a watch. It's an extremely slow burner without the best acting, but certainly not the worst either.
The story itself is a great story that digs into the human psyche, agoraphobia and cabin fever and the directing is spot on.
The only problem I had with the film was the ending. It just threw me off and threw the film from dark dramatic thriller into full blown horror.
A strange choice indeed.
And no subtitles.
• Director's Commentary - In which the director Rory Douglas Abel speaks about making a B-movie with the producer, bits of the movie itself, reasons not to use CGI, and more.
- Deleted Scenes - Two short scenes (under a minute each) which you'll watch and understand why they were cut.
Overall it was a decent movie. It suffered from the lack of budget and the ending, but it was a much better than most haunting movies.(Despite never finding out if it is a haunting or only hallucinations)
The movie is out now! You can purchase the DVD by clicking here.
So I have to give it a