Well well well....here we go again with the "Hmph....that was actually pretty good," from me, but there it is...it was pretty good, actually.
Now, I don't want to give too much away here. It can be tricky with these movies.
So, Joanna and Jeff have a baby, lots of new pressures in their lives due to it, and have just moved into a sublet that proves to be a perfect pressure cooker for the stuff they are dealing with. They fall deeper and deeper into the new baby fire as they try to make Jeff's career as an actor work with Joanna as a full time stay at home mother - a job that is filled with daily pressures as it is.
But....is theirs the only sadness the sublet has seen? Is their pressure strictly related to the items listed above...or is there more to it?
I'm sure the trailer gives a lot away. :::grin:::
Basically a one-set-show, Tianna Nori and Mark Matechuk do grand jobs in what could laps into soap opera territory with ease. They get the new parent free fall right. This is really due to the script from Alyson Richards and director John Ainslie. Things get more and more strange as the movie goes on and what started off as a rather simple tale devolves into something more and more complex and off-putting as things go along.
( I love when the detectives arrive - a fun performance from Mark Ettlinger and Jeff Sinasac! )
All in all, this was a fun watch! Currently on....you guessed it! SHUDDER! :)