ByJay Overton, writer at

I went into this film not expecting too much and hearing that it takes place entirely on a laptop raised my concerns of it being boring. BOY WAS I WRONG!!

This movie from the moment it opens, with a You Tube video of a girl (Laura Barnes) committing suicide, it grabs your attention and never lets go. Yes its does take place on the main characters laptop throughout the movie, but the director does an excellent job of making us feel like we are the ones on it.


The movie is about a girl (Laura Barnes) who was filmed at a teen party getting drunk and crazy and eventually passes out, face down on the ground outside somewhere, with crap running down her legs from you know where. The name of the video was called Shit Faced to make it worst and was put on You Tube where harsh comments were made, some saying "Laura Barnes KILL YOURSELF!", which she winds up doing.

So here we have 6 friends doing a Skype and messaging conference and a mysterious account is hacking into their conversation. After a few tries of asking who it was, they finds out its coming from Laura Barnes account, and the movie takes off from there.

This movie was a fresh approach to a horror movie that has been needed for awhile among all these found footage movies. It proves once again you don't need a big budget to make a good horror movie. In fact the most scary movies I think are when the audience is forced to use its imagination to scare themselves more than a slasher or face to the horror, example like the first Paranormal Activity. This movie will not leave you unsatisfied and will keep you on the edge of your seat.


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