You may be tempted to ask what possessed horror maven George Romero to concoct this abstract fable, which bypassed its planned theatrical release and went straight to video. Overlooked by everyone he meets, Henry Creedlow (Jason Flemyng), an executive at "Bruiser" magazine, wakes up one morning and finds his face has become a blank. Within a short time, Henry will learn that he's been cuckolded by his greedy wife, Janine (Nina Garbiras), and betrayed by her lover, Milo Styles (Peter Stormare), who happens to be Henry's boss. In addition, he discovers that his best friend/accountant, Jimmy Larson (Andrew Tarbet), has handled his holdings by cleaning him out. Forever f...