The night is cold and dark. The children are asleep upstairs, their dreams troubled and restless. The Babysitter (Dora Madison), equally unsettled, wanders the house alone. It's as if she's waiting for something. Something dark, something unnerving. A stranger arrives at the door . . .
"Night of the Babysitter" follows the enigmatic Father (Bill Oberst Jr.) and his offspring on a quest for revenge. Long ago, a wrong was committed against this family; not with malice or ill-intent, but it was done none-the-less. Even more ambiguous than this committed wrong is the guilt of those Father accuses. He set out on this quest for vengeance with the hope of finding satisfaction or oblivion. Instead, he and his child are left with a trail of bodies and even more innocent lives on their hands.
Can revenge ever be sweet?