Written by Mr. Mouseburger 5th Nov 2007
Eminent child psychologist Crowe regrets bringing his work home with him when, after an evening out with his wife, he is confronted in the bathroom by a teen called Vincent who is wearing nothing apart from a pair of the dullest Y-fronts in cinematic history.
It doesnt take a Dr. Spock to work out from Vincent's tear streaked face and haunted look that not all of this young man's dogs are barking!
We learn through backstory that Vincent suffered from "hallucinations", not too dissimilar to Cole (the child star of the film), but unlike Cole, Crowe has not managed to cure Vincent, and so Vincent, angry at Crowe's inability to help him, shoots the Doctor in the stomach.
If you are reading this, then you will realise this shot has killed Dr Crowe, but the film continues as if he is not dead, and the revelation is only uncovered at the end of the film, when Cole declares "I see dead people", when it becomes apparent that Crowe died the night of the shooting and was a ghost all along.