Review: Don't Send a Welcome Wagon Over to These 'Good Neighbors'

Movies from Alfred Hitchcock’s "The Lodger" to Roman Polanski’s "Rosemary’s Baby" have succeeded in finding the creepier side of apartment living. While the new Canadian import "Good Neighbors" aims for that level of tension, it winds up being the new tenant who seems nice enough on moving day but very quickly gets on your nerves.

There’s enough creepy tension and nefarious deeds afoot to make for a really suspenseful short film, but even at just 96 minutes, "Neighbors" outstays its welcome. Read More....


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