Relative Evil (aka Ball in the House) is a 2001 drama directed by Tanya Wexler. J. J. White (Jonathan Tucker) is a troubled 17-year-old who has just returned home after a court-ordered stint in a rehabilitation center. As he struggles to remain sober, he also has to deal with his dysfunctional family and friends, including his crazy step-aunt Dot (Jennifer Tilly) and his step-father, Bull (Dan Moran), who is still mad at J. J. for wrecking his classic car while on drugs. He also finds out that his ex-girlfriend Lizzie (Aleksa Palladino) is now dating his former drug dealer, Bobby (Ethan Embry). A series of nasty snowstorms leave the family stranded in the house and the tension rises. J. J. becomes convinced that his family is trying to kill him so they can collect the insurance policy on him, and he must try to figure out if he is right or just going insane before it is too late.