This low budget exercise in creepiness was based on the book by horror author extraordinaire Richard Laymon. Thanks to the material from which it was derived, this movie despite its budget grabs your attention and sucks you in like nothing I've seen in a while. You know how you can judge whether a movie has got an audience's attention or not? Just listen. The quieter the audience, the more into the film they are, usually. No one spoke a word once this film got going. Don't get me wrong, this movie doesn't have super big jump from your seat type of scares, gore, or that type of feel at all. It's just creepy and has a plot that you have to keep watching because the suspense is tough to deal with. It's a 'what the hells going on and why' type of movie and it does have a bit of blood, nudity, and one very sleazy scene that you'll not soon forget involving a magic marker and a dildo (sound interesting?). In a nutshell here's the plot, a young library worker receives a mysterious note, which leads her to look for a clue in the library inside a book. There's money with the note and the promise of more if she wants to play the game. She finds the next clue with the help of a guy who just happens to be standing near the next clue she needs. Of course, she is suspicious if him and feels he has something to do with the note. Does he? He claims no knowledge and becomes her ally throughout the movie. The notes and money keep coming. The tasks that Jane is asked to perform go from simple to dangerous and scary. Jane's privacy gets totally invaded, as nothing seems to keep her new master away. Who is he or she that leaves the notes? What's it all about? Why Jane? These are the questions that keep your ass glued to the chair, eyes on the screen. The ending, well lets just say you'll be as shocked and confused as you were during the movie. It's fitting though and a bit unsettling. At present time, the film is seeking a distributor, so I' not sure when and if it will be available to the public. Might wanna check and see if you can find a bootleg floating around from a convention or something. Better still, read the book by the same title. It's basically the same, except the book looks into the main character's inner thoughts about all this a bit moreWho says you have to have a billion dollars to make a good movie.