Emma, a graduate student living alone in NYC, is being watched by a stalker who hacks into the technology that surrounds her - laptop, cell phone, and other web connected devices. This obsession continues to grow as the hacker records Emma's most intimate moments. When the thrill of watching isn't enough, the situation escalates to a dangerous and terrifying level.Written by
Written by Marc Lawrence, 'Brett Smith', 'Charles Dorismond'
Produced by Marc Lawrence and 'Brett Smith'
Performed by 'Bigga Haitian'
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Looking at you
Ashley Benson is beautiful. Now obviously that lies in the eye of the beholder, but most people will agree with this statement, so this is not really news. The movie itself is not really news either though and if you already disagree with the previous statement, then there's almost nothing left for you to watch (literally).
I'm not saying that the movie isn't good at all, what I am saying, is that the premise is far from new and it has been done better, though I don't expect there to be a masterpiece anytime soon. Whatever the case may be and whatever you may think of the "intentions" of the evil person in this or the premise itself: It's not really something that is sustainable for a feature length. Not with a script like that ... no matter how beautiful the main actress is
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