A Gonzo-style exploration that goes beyond everything you thought you knew about the dangers, and promise, of the Darknet. Hackers, Cypherpunks and crypto-anarchists guide us ever deeper ... See full summary »
When gruff recluse, Todd Garland, and his daughter Kira discover scientists from a mysterious mining company inspecting their land, strange happenings begin to occur that threaten to uproot their remote Wisconsin existence.
Detective Paul Stanley has lost his sister Christina, the only loved one left in his life, to a kidnapping incident with no clues. In hopes of finding her, he follows a lead on child's ... See full summary »
Patrick R. Walker,
Chozy Rani Aiyub
It's so refreshing to be taken off-guard by horror. All too often you feel like you've seen the same old tired formula in front of your eyes before.
Once in a while though, we're caught off- guard, which is exactly why we're here. Horror fans watch horror for the tension and the exhilaration of the unknown, and all too often we get an anticlimax of something we've seen before. Darknet, on the other hand, delivers where we need it to. When you think you know what you're getting you're smacked in the face and reminded that you aren't the most twisted individual out there.
Grade-A storytelling, with a fresh perspective, Darknet is a pleasant and welcome surprise for horror fans that focuses on narrative and tension. The best thing since sliced Achilles.
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