Director Joseph Ruben, whose THE STEPFATHER (1987) is a criminally underrated thriller, is an expert at wringing suspense from the spectacle of domestic impulses perverted into psychosis. But his best efforts can't keep Gerald Di Pego's puzzle-picture script from toppling into absurdity as it lurches from melodrama to psychological thriller with supernatural overtones to full-blown exercise in X-Files
-style nuttiness. Fourteen months ago, Telly Paretta (Julianne Moore) lost her 9-year-old son, Sam (Christopher Kovaleski), in a small-plane crash. She remains inconsolable despite the unflagging support of her husband (Anthony Edwards) and regular sessions with D...