Cult favorite Richard Rush (THE STUNT MAN) returns to directing after a 14-year hiatus with this sleazy, generally embarrassing Hitchcock knock-off.
Psychoanalyst Bill Capa (Bruce Willis) loses the ability to perceive the color red after a patient (Kathleen Wilhoite) kills herself during a session. Depressed and disillusioned, he visits old chum Bob Moore (Scott Bakula) in LA, where he has a successful practice of his own and a fancy house
equipped with high-tech security gizmos. Bob explains that he has received death threats, probably from one of the members of his Monday therapy group. When Bob is brutally murdered, Bill decides to look after his house and ...