This picket fence thriller about a suburban malice suffers from insufficient character development and a scarcity of scares. Having endured a sexual assault in Chicago, Lori Peterson (A.J. Cook) anticipates a quieter life in the country. Her supportive husband, Tom (Matthew Harrison), is often out of town on business, but Lori befriends with next door neighbor and model housewife, Helen Schmidt (Theresa Russell), even though she doesn't care for the NRA proselytizing of Helen's husband, Carl (James Russo). Carl, a low-level crook, conducts various illegal activities with the blessing of local sheriff Vern Crank (Frederic Forrest) and runs the local village like Littl...