A man with the ability to see into the past sets out to solve a dark mystery that has haunted his family bloodline for three decades in director Bennett Davlin's time-shifting thriller. Dr. Taylor Biggs (Billy Zane) has accidentally ingested a hallucinogenic powder that allows him to experience his ancestor's most vivid memories, and now he is seeing images of a nightmarish predator who abducts and murders young girls. As Dr. Biggs begins to realize that these memories come from a time before he was even born, his suspicions that the killer may in fact be the father he never knew continue to grow stronger with each passing day. Though his mother is still alive, her fading memory has grown increasingly foggy and clouded with the passing of time. With the horrifying final moments in each victim's life consuming his every waking thought, Dr. Biggs sets out to unravel the secrets of his past and unmask a killer who appeared to have, in life, gotten away with murder. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
The premise of this move was decent and overall was fairly entertaining. That being said, it is a very stereotypical psychological twist fest. The only reason that you are surprised by any of is because they rarely give you enough information to figure anything out. This movie is riddled with plot holes, and only vaguely tries to explain them; more often just changing topics spontaneously. Overall, the acting was decent (even if they try to butch Billy up by having him awkwardly cursing all the time), but the "surprises" were a little over-done. Like most murder mysteries, it leaves you wondering why the main character isn't being hauled off in handcuffs at the end.