Directed by Frank De Felitta
Mastered in HD! Angies about to step over the edge - all she need is a little help! Sharon Stone (Basic Instinct, Sliver) is electrifying as a woman driven to the edge of insanity in this taut psychological thriller from Frank De Felitta (The Entity, Z.P.G.). Stone plays Angie Anderson, a beautiful, emotionally fragile woman living alone in the big city. When she's attacked in her apartment building, she manages to thwart her assailant by stabbing him with a pair of scissors, but not before he vows to return. Angie's emotional state begins to weaken as she's overwhelmed by fears real and imagined. A handsome neighbor (Steve Railsback, The Stunt Man) and an esteemed psychologist (Ronny Cox, Deliverance) seem to want to help, but someone is leading Angie into a nightmare of madness and terror - and a final confrontation with her worst, long-repressed fears. Also starring Michelle Phillips (Valentino).
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