The Deaths of Ian Stone (2007)
Groundhog Day meets The Matrix and all known clichés in the horror genre are added. The result is The Deaths of Ian Stone, unsubtly directed by Dario Piana who goes for the cheap shots as often as he can. The in medias res opening is the best thing about this film, which suffers from abundances of faults: The cards are played out too early, the visuals are bitterly disappointing, and the concept ultimately has nothing to do with human psychology or existential philosophy - it's just pure and banal supernaturalism. You'll recognize most things from other films in the genre, and the things you won't recognize have been left on the cutting-room floor in previous projects.