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Voyeur.com (2000)

R | | Thriller
Two young entrepreneurs open up a voyeuristic Internet site.

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(as Miles Feldman)

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(as Miles Feldman)
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Mary
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Alex
Tawnya Richardson ...
Ricci
Travis Shakespeare ...
Alex
Keri-Anne Telford ...
Jennifer
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Heidi (as Vanessa Nachtmann)
Shannon Hutchinson ...
Lisa
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Sarah
Ryan Boone ...
Randy
Kevin Pass ...
Newt
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Nancy
Eric Adam Wittgren ...
Allen
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Ricky
Scott Berman ...
Tim
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Alec James ...
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Two young entrepreneurs open up a voyeuristic Internet site.

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Rated R for strong violence/gore, sexuality, language and some drug use | See all certifications »

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Worst movie ever made
11 June 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Let me start this off by saying when i rented this movie i knew it was going to be terrible. You see me and my friends have a hobby of renting the most ridiculous horror movie we can find, because they are usually funnier than conventional comedies. But believe me, when we rented this we got way more than we bargained for.

Voyuer.com is bad in all the standard ways; acting the quality of a 3rd grade play, dialog seemingly written by either a porn director or a monkey with bottle of vodka and a typewriter, blood substitutes ranging from strawberry kool-aid to motor oil (yep, i said motor oil),camera work similar to my drunk uncles home movies. I could go on but it would be monotonous. If you've seen any of these movies then you know all the normal things that turn an awful movie into a mind-numbingly awful movie.

But what makes this movie stand out is the fact that the filmmakers truly innovated in the category of terrible. They did this by almost completely disregarding any kind of continuity and assuming that the majority of the people watching the movie would have been just punched the the eye and would have an eye patch over the other.

Early in the movie it becomes clear that none of the actresses playing the main roles were willing to expose themselves. As a solution to this problem the "filmmakers" found one woman who was willing to get naked and just used shots of her when any of the other characters were supposed to be nude. This leaves even the most un-observant viewers with questions like,"What happened to her nail polish?" or "Wasn't she just a lot tanner?" or "Didn't she just have nipple rings?" My personal favorite moment is the unintentional reference to Monty Python. This happens when the killer is shown running down the same hallway upwards of 15 times.

To sum this up, I will just say that as a person who has an appreciation for cinema, I was appalled. If you have two working eyes or a fully functional brain STAY AWAY FROM THIS MOVIE.


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