A mother (Jaime Pressly) and daughter move into a new house out in the suburbs. The daughter finds an odd, creepy looking doll beneath the floorboards. We know this isn't a good thing because in the opening sequence we see what happened to the previous occupants of the house. The doll changes the girl's behavior. She kills the neighbor's (Marina Sirtis) cats. So the mother ends up taking her to a psychologist (Tobin Bell), who recommends temporarily returning her to familiar surroundings. The girl's father (Patrick Muldoon) ends up taking her back to his apartment in the city, where she kills the father's girlfriend by pushing her out a window.
This is an effective, if very familiar, killer doll movie. It has some brutal killings, particularly one scene in which the girl plucks out the eyes of a screaming woman and then lights her on fire. Recommended--but predictable.