A sleazy, direct-to-video psycho-thriller, inexplicably playing theaters under Disney's auspices. Pretty Josie Potenza (Halle Berry) is unhappily married to a wealthy older man. A chance encounter with a homicidal nut (Peter Greene) turns her life upside down: He
kills her husband and tries to blackmail her, as the police begin to suspect that she murdered her old man for his money. Writer-director Amy Holden Jones got her start with Roger Corman, for whom she once helmed a bloody bit of fluff called THE SLUMBER PARTY MASSACRE. She's spent the last decade
crafting mainstream screenplays like MYSTIC PIZZA and INDECENT PROPOSAL, but she hasn't lost touch with her exp...