|release date||September 27 2005|
|trailer 1||Trailer #1|
SynopsisUnable to cope with his wife's death, J.M. flees to his sister's desolate farm where he was married one year ago. There, he finds himself haunted by memories and visions of his dead wife, Andrea. However, J.M. slowly realizes that he is not alone. He is tormented by a new caretaker, some curious locals, and his wife's suspicious lover who is trying to unravel the mystery of Andrea's disappearance.
This was an unexpected little surprise in a batch of screeners I recently received to review. On the surface, it seems simple enough – a betrayed husband, J.M. (Barnes Walker III) kills his wife, Andrea (Laurence Avenet-Bradley) with a baseball bat but can’t part with her body so he takes her back to his sister’s isolated farm where they had been married a year before. On the way, there are stops to fill the trunk of J.M.’s car with ice (can’t have the little lady decomposing too quickly) which I found blackly hilarious. And once at the farm, J.M. puts Andrea’s body in the claw-foot tub, again filled with ice, and proceeds to sleep in a chair in the next room. But things aren’t quite that simple for this love-lost murderer. It seems the caretaker’s wife, Julie (Carrie L. Walrond) has a tendency to stop by the isolated farmhouse whenever her husband John, (John M. Alton) has had too much to drink and this presents a serious problem for J.M. when he catches Julie taking a bath, before he has put Andrea in the tub. J.M. solves this problem when he finds an old freezer in one of the barns on the property but by now, there are just a few too many local yokels poking around and he has to deal with them as well now. …Read More