Acceptable "is she crazy or isn't she?" time-killer; 90's Cinemax vixen Shari Shattuck is a painter who's recently moved into the hills with her drunk writer husband in an attempt to save their marriage. That's something that usually doesn't pan out in real life, more or less the movies, and in this case Shattuck almost immediately starts hearing voices, seeing things, and meeting a steady stream of suspiciously chipper neighbors.
There's nothing really new on the table, however the movie keeps it to the one claustrophobic setting and Shattuck definitely gives it her all, and speaking of, Tony Todd and Kiko Ellsworth show up as cops and really make it a point to ACT act for the eight or so minutes they get. But hey, better than everybody phoning it in. This could definitely use a better title and that movie poster looks like a particularly shitty 2005 metalcore album cover, but you could do worse.