‘Unfriended: Dark Web’ brings genuine horror to the big screen

July 20th, 2018 Posted by Review, Uncategorized 0 thoughts on “‘Unfriended: Dark Web’ brings genuine horror to the big screen”

Blumhouse Productions welcomes the millennial generation to their newest nightmare, “Unfriended: Dark Web.” This pitch-black horror film taps into technology to disturb the minds of anyone who uses the computer to stay connected.

As a group of college friends gather virtually for game night, Matias (Colin Woodell) fires up his “new” laptop only to find that a sick and twisted underground group is threatening all of their lives unless the laptop is returned to its original owner.

Stephen Susco, no stranger to horror films, wrote and directed this undeniably psychologically frightening film. Having created the “Grudge” series and “Texas Chainsaw 3D,” Susco hones his horror vision to give viewers the epitome of this genre in today’s computer-driven world. Building tension from the very beginning, Susco expertly introduces characters that we immediately care about.
To read the review in its entirety, go to The Daily Journal’s Friday, July 20th edition

http://www.daily-journal.com/life/unfriended-dark-web-brings-genuine-horror-to-the-big-screen/article_cdea7e5a-893c-11e8-9da2-47f264ffc173.html

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