This movie turned out to be a much better than average ghost story revolving around a haunted whorehouse no less. Can it get any better than that? Well, seeing more naked whores could have been better, but The Nesting isn't about all that as it works on a more psychological level and offers a decent plot helped along by some good acting. A writer suffering from agoraphobia (no, she ain't afraid of gore flicks, just to going outside) moves into an impressive old house out in the country. Soon, she is having awful dreams, her phobia is getting worse, and people are getting killed through a series of strange 'accidents'. The strange, erotic dreams she has are strongly connected to the house's sordid past. Slowly, she begins to find out the truth behind both the house and her own past, which are intertwined. Though this film isn't gory, it does have a few tasty scenes, such as the sickle to the face scene when our heroine kills off a wacked out pursuer. There's a couple nice nude scenes showing off actress Robin Groves' sexy lil' body also that kept my attention front and center. The Nesting offers up a nice change of pace and enough fun to keep you watching. John Carradine lends his talent and really helps pull the ending together by film's end. The end did have a nice twist that I hadn't expected and wasn't a let down. This whole thing was much better than expected. I guess the old rule of thumb about anything involving a whorehouse not being all bad still applies. If you like movies such as The Changeling and Ghost Story, The Nesting is in a similar vein. I wish I hadn't waited so long to watch this one.