A home security system keeps indicating that there is a breach, but the home’s occupant can’t see any intruder. He goes outside to explore. Eventually, there’s a jump-scare and the film ends.
Honestly, this one feels like a step backwards as the filmmaker takes twice as long to build suspense as was needed just three or four films ago. After five minutes of build-up, the pay-off is actually more laughable than shocking. Not much of a Wes Craven tribute; but a pretty good use of the suspense tactics used in John Carpenter’s Halloween. The acting and directing are solid, but this one needed more of a script to justify the time.