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Lexi - An American Vanishing

USA 2022
produced by
Victoria Vertuga, Eric Williford, Timothy Widmann for Blame the Dog Productions
directed by Victoria Vertuga
starring Victoria Vertuga, Maya Zapata, Thomas Hobson, Susan Louise O'Connor, Felisha Michelle Cacho, Elizabeth Saydah, Melissa Epp, Rebecca Lynch, Regina Rains, Keyla McNeely, Danell Leyva, Edel Ramirez, Jodie Bentley, Nathalie Antonelli, Rica Davis, Carly Elizabeth Davis, Cassidy Ann Davis, Sam R. Williams II, Ridwan Adhami, Alina Phelan, April McCall, Cori Collins, John Hedges, James Seastrom, Jeffrey Tompkins, Jessa Gregory, Leslie Valenza, Cody Melder, Mark Sulak, Nika Balina, Paul Geantil, Mia Little, Stephen West-Rogers, Tyson Gardin
written by Victoria Vertuga, Eric Williford

review by
Mike Haberfelner

"Laughing" Lexi (Victoria Vertuga) has been an inspirational vlogger for years, and has grown quite a sizeable and loyal following over that time - not so much because of her actual advice, which actually seems rather generic, but because of her bubbly personality. But then weird things started happening in her life, like somebody hacking into her webcams, filming her while sleeping, then putting the stuff up on the web, sometimes on her own channel. Plus, she is convinced that she's not alone in her house anymore, even if there are no traces for a break-in. The police isn't really interested in the case, believing Lexi just does it for publicity. In the mean time, old fetish videos Lexi has done ages ago pup up on the net in an obvious attempt to embarrass her - and then Lexi goes off the air for a few weeks, something that was pretty much unthinkable before, and when she returns her vlogs get more and more bizarre. And then she vanishes for real. And while her fandom is hit by surprise, three people (in interview segments) explain what's going on, there's Elara (Susan Louise O'Connor), a writer who suspects supernatural forces at work, while fellow author Nate (Thomas Hobson) believes it's a cyber attack - and Camille (Maya Zapata), Lexi's direct competition in the vlogging world, thinks it's a large scale publicity stunt ...


A very interesting thriller that takes a blend of horror and paranoia flick the mockumentary route and along the way also works as a social media satire. And while I freely admit to not being the greatest fan of mockumentaries as such, this movie uses the approach right, as life in front of the camera is part of the movie's core theme. Plus the film still tries and succeeds to build up creepy atmosphere, while Victoria Vertuga, pretty much the epicenter of the film, gives a very engaging and at times suitably deranged performance, to make this one pretty cool genre piece.


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