|If I turn around, I bet that little girl will be gone|
Roslyn (played by model turned actress Sara Foster) takes a night job in a near-abandoned hospital that has been plagued by a spate of serial killings, perpetrated by the very cliched named killer -- The Nighthawk. Almost immediately, Roslyn experiences a series of disturbing events, which she usually dismisses almost immediately.. You begin to wonder why she gets so frightened by jittery little girls who pop up on security monitors, or strange sounds and visions, but then just carries on. Cary Elwes shows up to apparently be the guy to whom Roslyn can dump on about her troubles. He adds no depth or conflict to the plot, so you can easily figure out that he's gonna be part of the twist at the climax. I mean, why else is he there! What other reason would they have a name actor to play such a seemingly pivot-less role? Michael Bieihn also shows up as the daunting sheriff who may or may not suspect Roslyn is somehow connected to the murders.
|I hate bath time at the psych ward|