On November 9th 1971, John List killed his wife, mother and three children in their home in New Jersey, then disappeared without trace. Eighteen years later, in a small town in Virginia, teenager Stephanie Hancock is confined to her home recovering from a broken leg. To pass the time she spies on her neighbors. It's all fun and games until things take a terrifying turn - Stephanie begins to suspect that one of her neighbors, Bob Clark, is actually long forgotten family killer John List. Given the passage of time, his change in appearance and friendly demeanor, Stephanie struggles to convince her family of Clark's true identity. Enlisting the help of her boyfriend Danny and best friend Melissa, Stephanie becomes determined to expose the truth. But the youngsters soon realize they've taken on more than they bargained for when the fugitive killer realizes he's being watched.Written by
North Bank Entertainment
Based on the real life case of family annihilator John List who was the inspiration for the 1987 film 'The Stepfather'. See more »
Watch Disturbia instead...
This movie instantly put me in mind of Disturbia, when I read about it. Then as I started to watch it I soon realized I should have re-watched Disturbia instead. The acting is awful, the script isn't much better and it is predictable. Seriously if you are considering watching this go watch Disturbia instead, even if you have already seen it.
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