Although sometimes genuinely scary, this boy-who-cried-wolf thriller is done in by script implausibilities that weaken a promising premise and transform NIGHT VISITOR into an all-too-typical, teen-in-trouble suspense flick. As the film opens, prostitutes are disappearing from the streets
(and not because they're being solicited for sexual purposes). Meanwhile Billy Colton (Derek Rydall), who is known for stretching the truth to the breaking point, gets into trouble with his petulant history teacher Zachary Willard (Allen Garfield), an overweight asthmatic with contempt for his
high school students. Promising his hard-working mom he'll stay out of trouble, Billy dre...