This film certainly wasn't ever going to win oscars, but it is fun especially if you're a Busey fan. The story is rather simple, a family moves into a new house unaware that a psychopathic ex mental patient has moved into their attic. He watches and listens secretly and convinces himself that he is a part of the family, until the point where he decides that the husband has to go so he can take his place. You do have to suspend disbelief on occasion and not let it bother you that they can't hear him up there, he obviously doesn't weigh much or snore. Apparently the studio had virtually gone bust so the film never made it to the theatres, which may explain how it's gone unnoticed by most people. Not the best film i've ever seen but it's a classic 80's horror/thriller that i'm not ashamed to admit I enjoyed immensely. Very little in the way of extras, but the transfer is better than I imagined it would be. In the last couple of years I have begun to wonder whether Gary Busey was acting in this or if he was just being himself. Not for everyone, if you enjoy movies like Bad Ronald or the brilliant original Black Christmas you may enjoy this.