Striking atmosphere and production design ultimately can't lift this serial killer story above the familiar drill, but the whole thing is so creepily, visually inventive that you can't help but want to see what writer-director Scott Reynolds
does next. Celebrity shrink Karen Schumacher (Rebecca Hobbs) has built her decidedly mixed reputation on sympathetic interviews with serial killers, and is summoned to a grim mental hospital to evaluate the angelic-looking Simon Cartwright (Paolo Rotundo). He hopes she'll declare him fit to stand
trial for a string of ghastly murders, apparently because he thinks her testimony could also help him beat the rap. Simon's regular ...