Thirteen years ago, Aiden Ashley's world was torn apart after an online stalker followed her into the real world and broke into the Ashley family home to claim the object of his desire. The... See full summary »
A young criminal defense attorney struggles with a homicide case that is not as cut-and-dried as it appears once the mob gets involved, and he quickly realizes that to keep himself and his client alive, he must work outside of the law.
Timothy Woodward Jr.
Timothy Woodward Jr.,
Interwoven stories of people in India and US as they face dilemmas of life time in the months leading to the biggest Industrial disaster in human history that claimed 10,000 innocent lives within a few hours. Inspired by real events.
Thirteen years ago, Aiden Ashley's world was torn apart after an online stalker followed her into the real world and broke into the Ashley family home to claim the object of his desire. The resulting night of terror ended with the murders of both Aiden's mother and father. The stalker escaped the scene without Aiden seeing his face; he is gone without a trace, an unknown man, a murderer now watching Aiden's every move. To escape this danger Aiden spends the next 13 years offline, in therapy and secluded anonymity. Who should Aiden trust in a web of deception where no one may be who they seem? There is nowhere for Aiden to hide when someone wants to love her to death. Written by
Cyberstalker also known as Offline is a made for cable Lifetime television film starring Mischa Barton who plays Aidan whose parents were murdered 13 years earlier. The killer was never caught which still taxes the detective in charge. Now she spends time as a reclusive artist but it seems the cyberstalker is back to terrorise her.
The film is low budget, quickly shot, formulaic but rather watchable if you switch your brain offline. The culprit could only be the characters we have been introduced to which could be the detective, her new boyfriend, the Svengali gallery owner or the wheelchair bound computer expert newly employed by the police.
I reckon there is no need for Columbo or Sherlock to solve this whodunit. There is plenty of silliness as our cyberstalker can hack into and control traffic lights for example. Still Lifetime know which audience to aim their films at, its female friendly with enough thrills to keep you mildly entertained.
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