A social media personality travels with his friends to Moscow to capture new content for his successful VLOG. Always pushing the limits and catering to a growing audience, they enter a cold world of mystery, excess, and danger.
A social media personality travels with his friends to Moscow to capture new content for his successful VLOG. Always pushing the limits and catering to a growing audience, they enter a cold world of mystery, excess, and danger. When the lines between real life and social media are blurred, the group must fight to escape, and survive.
Many of Russian inscriptions, including chat messages and bilingual closing credits, apparently were translated via online translators because some of them make zero sense to those who are fluent in Russian. One of many examples: composer's name (which is Crystal) was translated not as a person's name but as an adjective. See more »
[during his live stream]
And I don't know why everybody shit talks Russia so much, besides all the guns and gangsters, actually not that bad.
[Erin and all of the other guests at the Russian restaurant are shocked by Cole's blunt statement about Russia, even Cole now sees that he accidentally offended them]
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The highlight of this film is Keegan Allen's performance. Playing an obnoxious Logan Paul social media influencer type character you can't help but hope he gets killed first. However he ends up being one of the few redeeming qualities of this film.
The film takes a while to get going trying to get you to care about the characters but you won't. Once it finally does - you find yourself watching a crossover of Escape Room, Saw and Hostel. All far superior films.
My partner was bored and predicted the ending however I was still entertained and was very intrigued as to how it would all end. Once it finally does - you're kind of glad it has. It is not a terrible film though and is still worth a watch for any fan of the horror genre.
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