One of the worst written hokum ever. And that goes with the acting as well. It seems our leading lady seems to be walking around in a dream even when she's sober. A real wimp of a performance. It was very hard to watch this movie. Very hard. Our evil nurse got away with everything she meant to do and it seems all her victims didn't have a clue. And if they did, they turned their back on her. Please. The husband's drunk scene, a couple of beers?, was a joke. His dopey wife slept through it all. Even when she woke up she was still a zombie. I won't mention names of cast in respect of their careers but I hope to not see their work again. And the writer must have knocked this off on a lazy afternoon. I felt bad for the director and gave it one star for his courage to make sense out of this loser.
A young couple Mira (Abbie Cobb) and Todd (Sean Faris) hire a live-in nurse (Lyndon Smith) to be the caregiver for their sick son, only to discover that she is an "angel of death" intent on replacing Mira through any means necessary.
October 27, 2020