#HORROR is a film about the lives of six young girls, Sam, Georgie, Sofia, Francesca, Cat and Eva played by our ensemble of emerging actresses. Their world is one of money, success, leisure and decadence. This is a film about the HORROR of cyberbullying. This film is an integral insight on the pressure that girls take on as they grow in a world that is increasingly dependent on the promotion and attention that social media platforms provide yet prevent bullying. as well as the roles that parents must play regarding controlling their child's use of the internet and bullying plays such a terrifying role in society. These young girls are telling this story inside a glass mansion, filled with millions of dollars of artwork, as if they were living in a contemporary art museum.
The house used in #Horror (2015) is located in Bedford, New York. See more »
While seen driving with his daughter, Michael at one point turns the steering wheel clockwise (to the right) while the car is veering left along a curve, thus revealing that the car is being pulled on a trailer. See more »
All you care about is yourselves, right? It's - it's easier that way, right?
[screaming into the girl's faces in anger]
It's fucking easier that way! Do you give a shit about anybody, do you? Do you care about anyone?
Really, swear she went home.
Are you an idiot? She didn't go home. I was just there. What part of that do you not understand?
[grabs Ava by her necklace]
You're smiling? Why are you smiling?
I'm not smiling.
Why are you smiling?
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A misguided, poorly directed film. The main message fails horribly, as it ignores obvious mental illness and bullying in a failed, shoehorned attempt to jab at social media and technology. The only redeeming features of this film are Timothy Hutton's forced overacting, and the unsettling amount of throbbing egg shots.
All hail the egg.
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