Does anyone know the title of this horror movie?


So the plot is basically like this: A new, happy couple moves into their dream home in a dream-like, perfect private community. I believe they were expecting a son. Their neighbors are extremely nice and everything is picture-perfect, until the couple realizes that they are being watched- surveillance cameras have been installed in every room, and so the whole community knows when they fight and stuff. They then learn that they can never leave this place, nor can anyone. The couple then tries to locate the family that previously lived there to find out how they were able to escape.

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4 Responses to Does anyone know the title of this horror movie?

  1. meaghan says:

    That happened in an X-Files episode.

    Edit: Never mind that. I found it. Neighborhood Watch (2005). Here is the link:

    "Nothing bad could ever happen on quiet, tree lined Wormwood Drive. At least that’s what Bob and Wendi Petersen thought, before they met their new neighbor… Having moved across country so that Bob can begin a dream job with Zeecor, a large industrial corporation, the newly married couple looked forward to starting a new life together, far away from the crime and violence of the big city. Zeecor even provided them with a spacious company home on a peaceful suburban street. What more could a young couple ask for? But behind every perfect neighborhood, there hides a dark secret."

  2. Liz C says:

    Sorry, I don’t know, but wow, I want to see that film.

  3. Desk3Bound says:

    Lake View Terrace (2008) with Samuel L. Jackson?

  4. josette says:


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