The Neighbor

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The Neighbor
The Neighbor
The Neighbor
5.8

In the town of Cutter, most people keep to themselves. But when John comes home to find his girlfriend missing, he sneaks into his neighbor's house, finding his girlfriend and several other kidnapped people tied up in the basement. When the neighbor come home, John is forced to get out of the house alive and lead the group to safety.

The Neighbor
The Neighbor
The Neighbor
4.7

A middle-aged man in a stagnant marriage, finds his life upended when an attractive young woman and her seemingly abusive husband move in next door.

The Neighbor
The Neighbor
The Neighbor
4.7

A businessman (Modine) watches as his life begins to unravel after learning his ex-wife is going to marry his best friend. A distracting battle of wills with a real estate developer, however, might just be the thing that turns his life around.

The Good Neighbor
The Good Neighbor
The Good Neighbor
6.2

Two high school filmmakers decide to create the illusion of a haunting on an unsuspecting neighbor.

The Neighbor
The Neighbor
The Neighbor
5.8

A young couple, Mary and John, awaiting a baby is in search for a house when they decide to buy that lovely old villa they found by coincidence. What they both do not know is that Myron, the owner of that villa and their new neigbour, is a dangerous psychopath and that Mary reminds him of his dead mother. Mary begins to wonder about Myron's odd behaviour, but everybody thinks Mary's fears are due to her being pregnant.

The Wrong Neighbor
The Wrong Neighbor
The Wrong Neighbor
4.8

A recently separated father and his teenage daughter become the deadly obsession of their neighbor -- a beguiling, deranged young woman willing to do whatever's necessary to take her rightful place as their wife and mother.

The New Neighbor
The New Neighbor
The New Neighbor
5.8

Donald moves into a new home, and discovers his new neighbor is a slob, a mooch, and has a dog that comes crashing through the fence and digging in Donald's garden. Eventually it escalates into a full-scale war, with crowds cheering and TV coverage.

The Perfect Neighbor
The Perfect Neighbor
The Perfect Neighbor
4.8

In Kansas City, the deranged middle-age Donna Germaine stabs and kills her lover, when he calls off their relationship to stay with his wife. Donna uses an excuse to move to the house of her aunt, and she becomes obsessed in their neighbor, the executive William Costigan. The sick Donna plots an evil scheme to take William from his wife Jeannie Costigan.

The New Neighbor
The New Neighbor
The New Neighbor
0.0

When a new neighbor attempts to save a young wife from an intruder, her husband misunderstands; the jealous husband raises a ruckus and winds up in court, where the judge turns out to be the new neighbor.

The Neighbor's Window
The Neighbor's Window
The Neighbor's Window
0.0

The story of a middle aged woman with small children whose life is shaken up when two free-spirited twenty-somethings move in across the street.

The.Good.Neighbor.
The.Good.Neighbor.
The.Good.Neighbor.
0.0
Poison
Poison
Poison
5.8

In the vein of "The Hand That Rocks the Cradle" and fraught with mystery and edge-of-your seat suspense, Kari Wuhrer Poison tells the darkly insidious story of the Garrett household and their descent into a hellish world of sexual malice and physical terror! Seeking revenge for her husband's death, Ann ingratiates herself with the Garretts under the guise of a caring housekeeper. Once she gains their trust, Ann begins to wreak havoc upon them. Seduction and malice are her weapons as she attempts to eliminate everyone she believes is responsible.

The Neighbors
The Neighbors
The Neighbors
7.0

On a raining evening, middle-school student Yeo-Seon (Kim Sae-Ron), resident of a middle-class apartment complex, walks home alone from the bus stop, but she doesn't make it home. 10 days later, her decapitated body is found in a red suitcase. Gyung-Hee (Kim Yunjin) is Yeo-Seon's stepmother. She carries tremendous guilt, because she did not pick her up stepdaughter on the evening that she was abducted. A few days later, Gyung-Hee is so startled, she falls to the floor in the parking lot of her apartment complex. A girl stands in front of her. The young girl's name is Soo-Yeo (Kim Sae-Ron) and she carries an uncanny resemblance to her murdered stepdaughter. Soo-Yeo also lives in the same apartment complex. Another 10 days later, the murderer has yet to be caught and he has killed again. Meanwhile, several people in the apartment complex begin to suspect one of their own residents...

Fruit in the Neighbor's Garden
Fruit in the Neighbor's Garden
Fruit in the Neighbor's Garden
6.0

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The Neighbor
The Neighbor
The Neighbor
0.0

A young woman meets her new neighbor in an unusual way. The idea for this short film was based on a true story.

The Neighbor
The Neighbor
The Neighbor
0.0

Paula and Edmund are peacefully married until she meets Nicanor, a composer who happens to be their neighbor. Edmund feels troubled after seeing Paula seeing interest in Nicanor. Could it be that Nicanor is the man who will destroy their lives?

The Next Door Neighbor
The Next Door Neighbor
The Next Door Neighbor
0.0

A lonely woman begins to suspect her apartment neighbor is an unstable and obsessive voyeur but only after she begins to date him.

The Neighbor
The Neighbor
The Neighbor
7.0

A story that drifts between the lives of five generations of mothers and daughters, 'The Neighbor' takes its audience on an unexpected journey. At the center is a the story of Shirin, a dancer with unfulfilled dreams, and her fateful connection with her next door neighbor, Leila, a young woman with a small secret. Shirin struggles to come to terms with her estranged mother as Leila struggles to reconcile present life circumstances with her yearnings for a better future.

The Neighbor
The Neighbor
The Neighbor
0.0

Improvised film about an ex-kidnapper trying to fit back into 'normal' society but he finds himself repeating the same patterns from his past of observation and monitoring with his next door neighbors.

The Neighbor's Wife and Mine
The Neighbor's Wife and Mine
The Neighbor's Wife and Mine
7.3

Like Ernst Lubitsch, whom he studied, Gosho was an early experimenter in the narrative uses of sound (and silence). Japan’s first “all talkie,” this charming comedy lends itself to a natural use of sound. A playwright is distracted from his work by the din of a jazz band practicing next door. He goes over to complain but is totally disarmed by the lady of the house. The whole film plays on the presence of sound, from blaring horns and crying children to the duets our hero engages in with the neighbor’s wife to the dismay of his own spouse. The film also demonstrates the growing importance of Western influences to the Japanese. American jazz, modern French painting, and Western dress are treated positively, if comically. But nothing quite prepares one for the closing duet of husband and wife singing “My Blue Heaven” on their Sunday outing with the children. Look for Gosho’s signature use of brief, separate shots, another influence from abroad. —BAM/PFA

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