Absolute zero. A horrible, second-rate psycho killer story about an ex-military remote-viewer (Kingsley) who is tracking serial killers, while becoming a serial killer himself. And on his case is a disgraced cop (Eckhart), who–like all film cops–is haunted by a past case, and takes his shit way too seriously. He gets drawn into the world of this killer of serial killers, which eventually leads him back to that past case that haunted him. It’s as if the plot were written on a Dixie cup–kinda like this review was written half-asleep on the bus on a cell phone on the way to Jersey.