This rather low-budget ghost story features Teri Polo (FRANKENSTEIN 1987) as a photographer who moves into an old building with her husband. He is a college professor. The ghost shenanigans start almost immediately, with a closet door left open and kid's toys strewn about the apartment. We learn that the couple had lost their son (he was probably kidnapped) and she, at first, thinks that it may be him, back from the grave. But when she takes photographs and there's an image of a young boy, we find out that there was an accident in the building six months before, when a kid fell down the building's elevator shaft. There are also zombie-looking ghosts of adults that lurk about, which tie into the ghost kid's story. Amidst all this we're introduced an odd assortment of neighbors. One of them is a former actress (Elaine Hendrix), the "Diva" of the building, who also makes money from an internet bondage site. She and the husband start having an affair
While some of the ghost/haunting incidents are creepy and set up well, my main problem is the script and direction of the movie. Hendrix and Polo are good actresses but what they have to work with sucks. The entire movie feels amateur, like watching a mediocre student film that's 90 minutes too long.