Earl Brooks is a loving father, a mild-mannered man and has a lucrative executive job at his company. His alter ego is an intelligent, psychopathic serial killer. On one of the nights of his ‘last’ killings, an amateur photographer witnesses him. He threatens to expose Brooks and his killings if he doesn’t take him along on his next killing. This psychological thriller is a great character study of a madman, with brilliant performances and a smooth pacing. The only problem is this: there are too many subplots and it’s easy to get confused on what’s going on with each one.