She's alone in the house, and something is stalking her. First one of her socks disappears. Then one of her training shoes ...
This is basically a revamp of the aussie suspense film Lost Weekend . Although the ending owes something to Evil Dead . In other words, beyond making Ms George look attractive [a commendable goal in itself] it really has nothing new to offer.
A security guard is on night-shift when his partner goes missing. He hears distorted cries for help on his walkie-talkie ...
A man receives a phonecall from himself in the future.
His wife and child are going to be murdered. Can he prevent this?
Sam Neill [ Jurassic Park, The Dish ] is a stamp-collector.
The police discover a woman's corpse. Nearby is a man - the husband's clone. So who is the murderer - the husband, or the clone?
An old man is on his deathbed. He thinks that his daughter is an imposter.
Meanwhile, the grandson mail-orders grim items from Arkham's Curios and Wonders.
A Tabloid journalist stalks Peta Wilson .
An agoraphobic woman receives her weekly grocery delivery. But it's a new delivery man, and a different delivery.
Sam Worthington ( Avatar, Terminator: Salvation ) guest-stars as the title character.
A drug-rapist gets a job in the prison pharmacy, with a secret escape plan. Of course, as always in this show, things don't go quite according to plan.
A doctor's child is sick. Coincidentally, she has a patient who seems unkillable ...
A businessman takes his secretary home, and tries to seduce her. Their relationship bounces back and forth, as does our sympathy, and the situation escalates to violence ...
The ep is quite tame, as is the twist - though it does give the title a nice dual meaning!