Since Charlie turns up suddenly, the police soon after the second time? The wife, Annie, kept inviting Charlie in while her husband was gone. I am so sick of female characters presented as naive and dumb. I didn't care whether she was living or dead. Scott was only going to divorce Annie and let her have the house to save herself. Why didn't the pair inquire when Charlie turned up inside after the locks had been adjusted and the alarm system had been bypassed? Why didn't Mike just go to the house and declare his presence, instead of meekly accompanying Charlie to his death? He was thereafter all as a favour to Scott to look at Annie. Why didn't Scott call the cops as he rushed back to his home, knowing that something was wrong when Annie didn't answer her phone? Before that, he had applied for a restraining order so the officers would be compliant. How did Charlie manage to go down to the basement to get his shotgun in the back with a kitchen knife? How did Scott manage to survive when he was thrown down from the second floor? At least a fractured arm, leg, spine, back, or concussion. At the end of the day, Scott screamed at Annie to get her cell, and she came back and said she got it, and Scott told her to call 911.