A newlywed couple, move into a new house across the country, only to find out that their marital issues are the least of their problems. Unbeknownst to them, their grim and lascivious landlord has been spying on them from day one.

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Victor Zarcoff

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Victor Zarcoff
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Cast overview:
Neville Archambault ... Gerald
Sean Carrigan ... Camera Guy Joe
PJ McCabe ... Ryan
Brianne Moncrief ... Claire
Jim Cummings ... Paul
Heidi Niedermeyer ... Audry
Sarah Baldwin ... Hannah
Andy Gould Andy Gould ... Zulu
Ethan Rosenberg Ethan Rosenberg ... Pet Store Clerk
DeForrest Taylor DeForrest Taylor ... Officer
Thomas Modifica Jr. Thomas Modifica Jr. ... Officer
Michaela McManus ... Tenant
Gabriel Daniels Gabriel Daniels ... Junior
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Expecting their first child, newlyweds, Ryan and Claire, can't wait to settle in their new home, even though their unkempt and monosyllabic new landlord, Gerald, is a downright creepy recluse who lives nearby. However, what the unsuspecting couple don't realise, is that the taciturn overseer has already rigged their new nest with undetectable cameras and a closed-circuit surveillance system to watch their every move. Inevitably, as the repulsive Gerald keeps himself glued to his monitors to watch his private Big Brother show, no secrets are safe--including those between the couple. Is there a way to expose the slumlord's obsession? Written by Nick Riganas

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Change Your Locks


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The landlord rarely, if ever, blinks. See more »

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Claire finally has enough of Ryan's lying after finding out for sure that he has been cheating on her and kicks him out, leaving a bag of his clothing on the front lawn. After he goes in to lie to her face some more and then comes back out, he picks up the bag, rolls his eyes like the brat not getting his way that he is, and drops the bag back on the lawn and leaves. In the next scene showing the front of the house, the bag is gone. The next day when Claire steps outside, the bag is back with clothes strewn around. See more »

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Camera Guy Joe: Fibre optics. Now, it's a little bit more expensive, but in terms of home security, it's top of the line. 1080p, backup batteries, and they're practically invisible. There is nothing more off-putting than inviting some folks over to your place, they see one of these ancient, convenient store cameras, pointing directly at them as they're waiting out on your front porch. You know what I mean? Who wants that? No one. These little guys right here, they can be hidden almost anywhere. "Discretion" is...
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Spin-off 14 Cameras (2013) See more »

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Amphetamine
Written by Rafay Rashid
Performed by Ravi Shavi
Produced by Rafay Rashid
Courtesy of Almost Ready Records
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Interesting, not the best
25 March 2020 | by ndbm10See all my reviews

It's not one of the best horror or suspense films, but for me it kept me interested to see what would happen at the end. If you're expecting a happy ending, don't hold your breath. But it makes you think if this is happening to you in your house/apartment/etc. I liked it for the weird/fear factor. Not everyone's cup of tea. Worth a view in my opinion.


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Language:

English

Release Date:

15 April 2016 (USA) See more »

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13 Cameras See more »

Filming Locations:

Escondido, California, USA See more »

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