Ana Claudia Talancon
The entire film is displayed by way of the surveillance cameras that Doug (Colin Hanks) places around Amy (Ana Claudia Talancon), which sounds like a gimmick, sure, but it's a gimmick that works. First-time director Eric Nicholas is not interested in lurid displays or obvious chills, and his movie plays out with a lot of assured confidence. We start out just "kinda curious" about the stalker and his prey, but as the story moves on and Doug and Amy become semi-friends (as he constantly manipulates the playing field) ALONE WITH HER becomes pretty damn engrossing.
The two leads are quite good throughout, the video-cam "gimmick" evaporates as the simple-yet-fascinating story unfolds, and Nicholas is smart enough to know when to wrap things up. A solid indie chiller, and one that's already earned the Arrow seal of approval, so there's two thumbs up from the JoBlo crew.
Also included are a small handful of deleted scenes (with optional audio commentary), a creepy collection of "stalker facts" and some other WeinsteinCo. trailers.