Mary isn't too bright. She moves into a new apartment to avoid her abusive stalker ex husband, and starts receiving phone calls from Rose, a lonely woman with a runaround boyfriend. The odd part is the caller is from 1979. Mary assumes its a crank, until Rose starts making alterations to the apartment. Mary gives a woman's lib speech in order to encourage Rose to ditch her man and find happiness. Rose misinterprets and kills him instead. Rose becomes angry and begins to threaten Mary's family and friends in the past. At this point Mary should have offered Rose some betting or stock tips to make this nut job a happy docile woman, or tipping her off about her psycho ex. No. Mary starts a blood feud. Despite how much of a dingbat Mary is, it's a decent film, not great, but decent. A great deal of the picture feels like an overblown Lifetime movie of the week. I kept checking the Lowe right of the screen for their logo. It's still worth a watch though.