Two liquidators (Justin Kirk and Sam Rosen) who auction off the effects of people who’ve died intestate take charge of an under-furnished McMansion, and as they’re cleaning the place they discover a creepy webcam site that seems to be surveiling an oblivious Islamic terrorist as he builds a bomb. Tensions ramp upward when the two men are joined by the woman (Terryn Westbrook) who’s left one for the other. This talky, offbeat shoestring thriller works better before its Shyamalan-grade plot twist at the midpoint, but writer-director Wyatt McDill is skillful at building atmosphere and three-dimensional characters.