Unfriended: Dark Web
- 1hr 32m
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rhis movie was way better than the first.it went a different direction. i liked it alot.
Nope graphics look terrible
The protagonists here aren't as insufferable as those in the first Unfriended, but Susco's plot gets harder to buy by the minute; as a first-time director, he doesn't get much out of his cast; and boy, does this Screenlife gimmick grow thin quickly.
For the most part, writer-director Stephen Susco (“The Grudge”) sees the Internet as a gimmick, a way to get some attractive, disposable protagonists from Point A to Point B. (Point A is “alive,” so…).
The scares are ridiculous, the plot makes no sense, and you’ll probably spend the whole running time wishing someone would spill a drink on their keyboard and erase the movie's hard drive.
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When a man brings home a mysterious laptop, he discovers a hidden file full of disturbing videos that lead him into the deadliest corners of the dark web. Unfortunately, he makes his discovery while on a group video chat with his buddies for their game night… and they’re not alone. Someone is watching them – someone who will do anything to guard those secrets.
The lesson? Wipe the hard drive before you boot up any mysterious laptops! Or maybe just don’t click through hidden murder files. #ProTips
Written and directed by Stephen Susco (The Grudge), Unfriended: Dark Web is the standalone sequel to the hit 2015 horror film Unfriended. The story unfolds in real time, from the POV of a computer screen, and stars Colin Woodell, Betty Gabriel, Rebecca Rittenhouse, Connor Del Rio, Andrew Lees, Stephanie Nogueras, and Savira Windyani.
- Rebecca Rittenhouse
- Chelsea Alden
- Betty Gabriel
- Andrew Lees
- Colin Woodell
- Stephanie Nogueras
- Ashton Smiley
- Savira Windyani
- Connor Del Rio
- Kiara Beltran
Did You Know?
- Filmed in secret for a release in 2018.