TV Movie | R | | Horror, Mystery, Thriller
A divorced mother of one is thrown into turmoil when her young daughter becomes obsessed with an evil doll left behind by the previous occupants of their new home.
After the first paragraphs, the news reports that Alyson finds online become rambling fourth-wall-breaking plot speculation and chastise the reader for getting that far.
Sweetheart... just give daddy the doll.
Claire Simon: You're interested in the doll daddy?
Various newspaper clippings are shown throughout the movie, with some humorous text. A clipping from "The Herald" contains "Speaking of Central American folklore, why are you still reading this? Don't you have something more important to be doing? If I had a dollar for every time..." An online article contains the text: "Not a stolen care. Stolen cat. Stolen child. Other words that begin with c. [...] I really hope you aren't still reading this article because I dont have any more information to provide you. Some people died and we don't know who did it. I mean, the crazy kid with the doll probably did it, but no one wants to call a crazy child a murderer. So here we are, not pointing fingers at the kid found with a knife and blood all over him. Definitely not him. Couldn't be." And another online article ends with: "Police are the and if I just knew you'd while a bit. But really? Really? If you so much got in to the car. I don't. He don't. You is greeting. Season. It was too much. Too little? I is you have just one, just one he. If now, you is for the best. happiness? Sadness? It was the best of times it was the worst of times. If you so much as whisper, I said you're gonna. For the love of cats, what the man."