Nothing really scares me, and for a while, I didn't even appreciate horror movies. I couldn't stand the genre because they weren't full of Horror! I'd usually walk away thinking most "horror" flicks were unbelievable and at best they were laughable. A lot of horror movies were full of violence but not hide-your-eyes-in-terror creepiness. The last time something scared me was the cave-dwelling atmosphere in Descent. Is this as good as Descent? No! Nowhere near, but it creeped me out and kept my attention from beginning to end. Almost impossible to explain, this about an older guy who has sleep apnea and the neighbors who try to help him. The problem, is that-that is all that's happening. The question is why? From beginning to end, I asked myself, "What's Happening Here"? That being said, there was so much tension simply because of this solid, consistent creep -factor... I literally put my hands in front of my eyes because I wasn't sure what was next, and there was always something happening next! But, it was truly difficult to understand why... Why are these things happening? What WAS going on. Perhaps that was part of its charm. But, I can only imagine how wonderful this would have been if it had been pieced together differently ... more cohesively with just a pinch of understanding... A plot that actually begins as the movie begins and doesn't make you wait all the way to the end to make some sense of it . That does not take away from the fact that it really kept me up-tight and so creeped out it's definitely one to watch at night, but not alone! If they had made this movie so that one could understand what the motives were that lay underneath the entire length of the movie, it may have been better. The bottom line is that without being able to knit together some sort of plot understanding, it was difficult to get things running and once they did, there was a lack of understanding why. It isn't until the end, that you realize there is, some motivation for the characters' behaviors, but then it ends abruptly. Again, it totally creeped me out and I can't even tell you why exactly. I can tell you that rather than having jump-scares, it's just constantly scary. Confusingly, I recommend it.