Did not have great expectations for this unknown sleeper of a horror movie. Starts off slow as this old man and his "way too hotyoung for him" wife arrive at his secluded modern and rich estate. She seems half drugged and it is weird that a bride wouldn't have seen her new husband's estate before. Looked like some "same old" garbage but the plot twists soon enough and it grabbed me from then out. The bride's "goofiness" is explained slowly but surely. There are several holes in the plot that bugged me a bit but it was still a cut above most schlock horror junk! Weird and bizarre like good horror should be!
Spoiler alert(don't read on): So, in the diary flashback, when Elizabeth #2 escapes and the cop Logan comes to the house for an explanantion, Claire and Henry say that she is Claire's cousin ( or some relative ) and she's mentally unstable and prone to make up things etc. They cut away and we are to "expect" that Henry paid Logan off to cover-up the matter. But later in the timeline, Logan treats Elizabeth as Henry's young bride and asks where she is etc. So what happened that Logan went from being told she was Claire's unstable cousin to "accepting her" as Henry's wife? Kind of a big leap to not explain!
Also, the sonclone Oliver was way way too adept for a blind guy. Not just shooting and killing Logan with Elizabeth #5 in close proximity - how did he know he wouldn't hit her? But he floated around without any hint that he couldn't see anything.
Review by buckeyekev from the Internet Movie Database.