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Tess Hooper is a diligent and earnest cinema studies student, haunted by a shameful incident from her past. One by one Tess's friends end up brutally murdered after opening the "Watch Me" email, a file that spreads through electronic address books to seek its next victim. All murders bear the same traits: a red-headed woman in a yellow dress, an internet connection, the victims' eyes sewn shut. As Tess becomes the next target in line, she finds herself seeking answers from Taku, an illegal film dealer with the unsavory nickname of "freak boy" and the moral integrity of a rattlesnake. But showing up voluntarily at Taku's lair, Tess finds herself in even more danger than when she was on her own. If the two can survive each other, they may just be able to live through this deadly email. As the clock ticks and the body count mounts, the two must untangle the puzzle to stop "Watch Me" from its poisonous rampage. Written by
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This is not scary. It has an awful story line. It also has an awful ending. 4.4 is a bad ratting. But this is such an awful movie that 4.4 is overrating it. This is a 1. This is one of the worst horror movies I have seen. Do not watch this. Not if you want to something scary. If you want to see something scary see The Ring (2001). Do not see this awful movie. This is a waste of time. It is also a waste of money. Do not see it. Do lesion to the people who gave it 5 and higher. I is just awful. It is not a 5. It is a big pile of pooh pooh that stinks. This is just awful.
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