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USA 2023
produced by
Eli Raskin, Nance Messineo, Casey Bader, Victor Zarcoff (executive), Kevin McManus (executive), Matthew McManus (executive), Andrew van den Houten (executive), Jordan Rudman (executive) for Hood River Entertainment, 30 Bones Cinema, Field Trip Media
directed by Danny Madden
starring Will Madden, Angela Wong Carbone, Hilty Bowen, James Babson, Shirley Chen, Hannah McKechnie, Skyler Bible, Courtney Dietz, Erik Leupp, Donna Alen, Brianne Moncrief, Jim Cummings, Stephen Ruffin
written by PJ McCabe, music by Charles Humenry

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Once upon a time, a serialkiller named the Slumlord (James Babson), a landlord with houses all over the country, hid numerous hidden cameras all over his tenants' places to study their every move and strike when they least expect it. But he has since been found out, and gotten into a lethal car accident that left him burnt to a cinder when trying to make an escape to Mexico. Since then, he has become the focal point of a multi-part true crime miniseries appealing to audiences all over the country - including Cam (Will Madden) and Sky (Angela Wong Carbone), who have recently even bought and moved into a house once owned by the Slumlord, basically because they got it for a steal. Rather by accident, Cam finds a secret room in the house's basement where the Slumlord has set up a computer to control the hidden cameras in the house from. And the computer's still working, and so are the cameras. At first Cam wants to tell Sky, but then decides to keep it his secret and instead peep on his sister-in-law Carolyn (Hilty Bowen) in the shower with the Slumlord's equipment, since she has moved in with them temporarily, trying to get away from her abusive husband (Skyler Bible). And then two cute students (Shirley Chen, Hannah McKechnie) move in as tenants, and he decides to peep in on them as well, getting more and more addicted to watching others when they're feeling unwatched. Meanwhile Sky becomes more and more paranoid that there were any hidden cameras left in the house and tries to hunt them down, with some if moderate success. But she soon becomes convinced the Slumlord's still lurking about, watching her every move, something Cam tries to dissuade her from - until he finds evidence that someone (other than him) actually has the house under surveillance, and his attentions obviously go further (and indeed more evil) than just being a peeping tom ...

 

A creepy movie already inasmuch as its premise sounds completely plausible, made of course worse by the fact that the protagonist/our focus of identification actually seems to fall deeper and deeper into the rabbit hole of curiosity turned perversion for the longest time (and ultimately suffers from the consequences), a point that's brought across with utter plausibility - so in the third act, it's not all that easy to root for Cam, even if he finally does the decent thing. And that all of this works is thanks to a clever screenplay brought to life by a suitably subtle, sometimes almost clinical direction, and a relatable small ensemble cast. And the result is a quite disturbing but ultimately satisfying genre ride.

 

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