Amateurishly acted and sloppily written, this bargain basement psychological thriller uses agoraphobia as a gimmick but fails to make anything of the idea of self-entrapment. Teenage Joey Waters (Billy Parish), who lives with his mother, Emily (Jennifer Townsend), is riddled with guilt over the circumstances of his sister's (Sunny Lombardo) murder. She was stabbed to death with a bowie knife by a maniac (Anthony Azizi), but Joey feels he should have rushed to her aid sooner. The killer is still at large. The trauma makes Joey agoraphobic, and between visits from his girlfriend, Cathy (Katie Bowers), Joey participates in online therapy sessions with the unseen Dr. For...