Director: Levan Gabriadze
Main Stars: Shelley Hennig, Heather Sossaman, Matthew Bohrer, Courtney Halverson, Moses Storm, Renee Olstead, Will Peltz, Jacob Wysocki
Storyline: A group of internet friends become haunted and threaten by a dead friend who wants revenge.
Review (Spoils): Laura thought she had the best friends in the world until the truth came out and she decided to take her own life. As her friends move on and start to chat as usual on the internet someone over takes their phone chat window and slowly starts to expose the truth. The ugly truth that they really are not all nice friends to each other. As the annoying screaming youngsters try to get rid of the snoop, secret messages and pictures start to appear on social media to freak them out.
So here is the low down of this loud and annoying film. The characters annoying me to hell and I was praying that the mystery killer would knock them off sooner and help me get over my hate. So much screaming, so much drama, so much how cares just sign off the fucking internet, go outside, and enjoy nature. The scary part of this film is that people care that much about social media. I will keep this in mind when my kids get older and I will explain to them the internet is full of trolls and what matters is what you feel inside not what is placed on a stupid website that a bunch of people nobody gives a shit about sees. (as I post this on a website LOL). Now get off my lawn!
This film has nothing but beeps, typing and some flashes of what could be gory and bloody. Which seems lacking and not making sense as it is not even possible the deaths (except the gun shot one). We have some blood, some shit, some media pictures, a blender, a curling iron, a gunshot and some messing screens. Nothing really wow here people.
Rating: Welcome to a movie where everyone deserves to die because they are whiny teenagers that think people care about them in the real world of the internet. Go outside and disconnect people occasionally. There is more to life then social media (anti-social to be true) but unfortunately, there is not to this film.