This low-budget, basically two-set thriller is trying to tap into a Ted Bundy-ish character and his latest victim, who's ready to play his game. Valid observations and possibly even good suspense could've resulted from this setup, but writer/director Straw Weisman isn't able to imbue his images with any real tension. The film lacks drive and any sense of spontaneity. Instead Weisman must resort to using cuts and close-ups to force his characters' lines and reactions. The two leads remain cardboard figures from which actors Jennifer Day and David Blanchard are never able to transcend.