I went into this movie with eyes wide opened. I did not read one review. I chose to watch as it was free through Prime video. I like Katie Holms and Benjamin Bratt so on I went. I knew if it got weird I could just turn it off. I did not, I was entranced. As a writer myself, I can respect everything about this movie. No redeeming value here though. Just a thriller with a lot of scenes that were silly and over the top. Someone's overused depiction of college life and far too many recycled clichés! Clearly all the signs were there that the main female character was mentally stressed and emotionally fractured after her boyfriend abandoned her. I thought all along that she knew what happened to the ex and maybe that Benjamin's character played along thinking if he allowed himself to get close to her, he would learn what really happened. He made the wrong choice! He made the right choice in quitting his job. He was not a good cop! These kind of movies depend on the idea of tripping up the viewer and manipulating them to follow along because so many of us are these characters or we know someone like them. One comes away thinking they wasted their time as no satisfaction in the end. However on paper and film, this guy got what he deserved. In reality parents teach your teens to be careful of relationships like these and of the danger of drinking and drugs. Never mind! It's a movie. It's a premise. Watch or don't. I liked it. Not s horror movie, not a love story, not a cop drama. Not sure what we can enjoy from a story like this. Maybe the thill of trying to figure the ending? 1 star for each actor I liked. One for the puzzle. I less star for the nasty content and 1 less for the scary scene where Katie is in bed and someone tries to open her door. This was definitely to me, like Edgar Allen Poe stories.