I am not sure what we expected from 'Good Neighbors', but even if it isn't the best thriller out there, it was entertaining and deliciously dark humoured.
With a solid, if borderline psychotic cast of anything but good neighbours, the performances and chemistry are understated, but thoroughly enjoyable. The main trio, all with secrets, and all a little unhinged (barring possibly Baruchel, who was just wildly niaive), interact in a slightly erractic and confusing manor, but one that is in keeping with the overall tension.
From the moment the cats die, the film never looks back, doesn't have time to throw caution to the wind, and the laughs are only matched by the inevitable twist. Not on the levels of some of it's peers, but pretty interesting and quirky. This is perhaps what Hammer should have tried, instead of the drab 'The Resident'.