Peter S. Williams
Again and again, she wakes up terrified, thinking it was a dream … but occasionally comes across disturbing evidence that says otherwise. Is her new neighbor, maladjusted mama's boy Dale, (Nathan Keyes) stalking her? And if so, why doesn't she remember it? The film's clumsy script elicits groans, but it's the plot that infuriates. Literally -- dictionary definition literally - every significant woman in the film has been victimized, usually raped, by the same person. The supernatural power at the heart of the film is reduced to merely a way to rape more successfully. Any criticism of misogynistic entertainment implicit in that detail is strictly by accident; had the filmmakers intended it, someone surely would have yammered on about it in voice-over.