(2000 TV movie) ****
Things start to get fishy when Cory’s playmate is influencing him with stories of domestic violence, which Cory channels through art time at his school and scares his teacher. Cory begins distancing himself from his friends and his mother but she isn’t too proactive about stopping it because she sees it as a phase her son is going through. And the landlord's son seems to have a few loose screws.
There are many twists and turns in Someone is Watching which makes it enjoyably suspenseful for a TV movie. I also admit that aside from Margot Kidder, the rest of the cast is unfamiliar to me so it helped me get lost in the movie without seeing stars instead of people.