A young woman studying the habits of webcam chat users from the apparent safety of her apartment witnesses a brutal murder online and is quickly immersed in a nightmare in which she and her loved ones are targeted for the same grisly fate as the first victim.Written by
Bill Oberst, Jr., the uncredited actor who plays Skeeter, is the same actor from the viral campaign "Take the Lollipop", which spread awareness of the dangers of online stalking. See more »
When we see the shot where we see the view from Elizabeth's computer and the hidden camera in her vent simultaneously, she raises her arms which blocks the vent from the web-cam's view. However, the laptop is still in full view from the hidden camera's point of view. It is revealed earlier in the movie that the laptop is using a built in web-cam. This means that if the web-cam cannot see the vent, the camera in the vent should not be able to see the laptop either. See more »
The very end of credits has "Talk to someone..." See more »
Only watched this film last night on prime. So knowing nothing about the movie but I had watched quite a few movies like this so I knew what I was getting into before watching it and the reviews on imdb were mostly good, so I thought okay let's give this film a go.
The film went really well.and the short running time also made it seem as if the film went at a quick pace.
The acting overall was good and it had a few funny moments that can happen if you troll the internet enough.
There were quite a few shock scenes that set the film up well but as the film progressed onwards it seem to run out of steam.
I found a nice bit of tension throughout the film but it went down quickly as our hero ran outside for a car, you will know what I mean.
So overall a good film and well worth a watch but overall it was okay.
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