Surveillance (18)

Two FBI agents, played by Julia Ormond and Bill Pullman, arrive at a small police station in the Santa Fe desert to investigate a series of horrific, and apparently motiveless, murders. Three witnesses – police officer Jack Bennet, junkie Bobbie, and St

Two FBI agents, played by Julia Ormond and Bill Pullman, arrive at a small police station in the Santa Fe desert to investigate a series of horrific, and apparently motiveless, murders.

Three witnesses - police officer Jack Bennet, junkie Bobbie, and Stephanie, an eight-year-old girl, whose family was murdered by two figures dressed in jumpsuits and latex masks - tell what they saw in flashbacks.

SURVEILLANCE (18) is an effectively creepy psychological horror directed by Jennifer Chambers Lynch, daughter of the king of surreal films, David Lynch.

And there are echoes of his work here in the sudden violence and fetishistic sex scenes.

It's difficult to say too much without giving the game away, although Pullman's edgy performance suggests there may be something more going on than is immediately apparent.