22 January 2016 | Prismark10
The woman who turned
Christina Cox plays an Anger Management counsellor at a high school who discovers that her unemployed husband has been in an online relationship with a younger woman.
Suddenly Cox finds herself being smeared online and suggestive photos and videos are being posted. She thinks that it is one of her troublesome students that is behind it all. No one including her high school principal decide to call the police.
The actual cyber stalker turns out to be Ali Liebert, a doctor's receptionist and also a disturbed woman under therapy for mental health issues who begins to get increasingly loopy as she stops taking her medication and obsessed with Cox's husband.
The film leaves no cliché untouched as Liebert tries to ingratiate with the family by babysitting for them one night so she can get close to them. However Liebert displays dazzling IT skills as well becoming increasingly violent. A final showdown between the two women leads to an inept catfight and a preachy conclusion.
The film has that cheap true story type made for cable look with a low level daytime soap standard script and I am not sure where this was supposed to be based as we see shots of the CN Tower which is in Toronto.