The Thompsons, a loving family living in a peaceful suburb are the very definition of wholesome normalcy. But on the eve of their thirteenth wedding anniversary their usual babysitter has to cancel, leaving Dan and Joyce to call upon a new girl who seems like a dream come true to their three children: Christopher, Sally and Jacob. As the night creeps on, the kids slowly realise something is very wrong and this woman is not who she claims to be. Jacob, the eldest, must grow up quickly if he wants to save his siblings from the sinister intentions of Emelie, the disturbed woman masquerading as their babysitter.
If you enjoy films about child abuse and naff endings this is the one for you. Fully grown adults making kids look at them naked and watch pornos with them. How entertaining and thoughtful! The writer/director Michael Thelin is clearly not all there. The premise for the film is amazing but he has to approach it like some weird pervert. Plus the last scene (I will spoil it because he doesn't deserve any money from you renting it) shows the main character getting fully run over by a car and then walking it off. Presumably in some sad hope of a sequel?