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USA 2018
produced by
Michael J. Epstein, Sophia Cacciola, Amanda Colby Stewart (associate), Brandi Aguilar (associate), Seth Chatfield (associate) for Launch Over
directed by Michael J. Epstein, Sophia Cacciola
starring Amanda Colby Stewart, Brandi Aguilar, Seth Chatfield, Ryan James Hilt, Cedric Jonathan (as Ikaika Jonathan), Makeda Kumasi, Jannica Olin, Sophia Cacciola, Brittnee Hollenbach, Johannes Grenzfurthner, Lianne O'Shea, Michael J. Epstein, Matt Stuertz, Jill Galbraith, Jeremy Long, Sarah Paterson, Tyler Sage, Tanya Pearson, Catherine Capozzi, Jen de la Osa, Henry Beguiristain, Paul Zurcher
written by Jeremy Long, Michael J. Epstein, music by Night Kisses (= Catherine Capozzi, Michael J. Epstein, Sophia Cacciola)

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Minor internet sensation Bailey (Amanda Colby Stewart) couldn't be more heartbroken: Laura (Jannica Olin), a girl in the final stages of terminal cancer, has a video that's more popular than hers on the social media video site str33ker - ending her phenomenal 6 week run of being the most popular video provider on the site. You see, Bailey's actually highly intelligent, but she has figured making mindless videos for the internet gets one much more attention than being ... well, a nerd, basically, like her housemate (and frequent cinematographer) Emma (Brandi Aguilar).

Then Bailey and Emma's home is broken into, and not only that, a video of the break-in is posted on str33ker, on Bailey's account - and while Emma totally freaks out, Bailey is actually pleased with the millions of views the video gets - so she isn't all that bothered that the perpetrator isn't caught and detective Dobson (Seth Chatfield), the cop handling the case, is basically an incompetent idiot. Thing is, whoever-it-is posts more videos of more break-ins into the girls' place - and then one day Bailey's gone, kidnapped ...


Disguised as a sort-of slasher, this is actually a fine satire on internet fame, coupled with fitting parodies on horror tropes. Now sure, the surprise twist in the finale doesn't come as suprising as intended because of the film's parodistic nature, but it's a film where the ride's actually much more fun than the resolution. And all the fun served is really brought to life by the film's eccentric and colourful characters (embodied by an able cast), and their rather sharp dialogue.

Not to be missed by people who like their horror on the clever and humourous side!


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