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Unfriended: Dark Web

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In a horror atmosphere, the movie follows a youthful adolescent who has just bought a new laptop. Yet, he doesn't realize that it's the start of his most exceedingly awful minutes in the life. The past proprietor is watching him through hack documents in the laptop and he will include him in genuine inconveniences on the dark net.
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Flixist.com
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July 25, 2018

Dark Web is a surprisingly welcome sequel. It's not going to be a horror classic, but it plays with its concept enough to feel like its different from the original.
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ChrisStuckmann.com
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July 27, 2018

I'm impressed with the amount of ingenuity it takes to tell a story from this POV, but I think the first one was considerably better.
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July 20, 2018

No fun because it's just too real... a clever concept of cinematic design and storytelling, it proves to only be a deeply chilling cautionary tale.
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July 24, 2018

Unfriended: Dark Web is an unrelentingly effective, albeit cruel, experience. If you've never thought to put tape over your webcam, this movie will scare you into doing so.
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July 20, 2018

Susco understands that the purpose of any horror film is to deliver shocks and suspense and he succeeds in that regard.
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July 28, 2018

We're now two-for-two on films in this series that really feel like they ought to be doing more than just presenting the same old shocks in online drag.
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New Yorker
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July 30, 2018

It adds up to little, despite a fine Hitchcockian twist of a single transgression leading inevitably to doom.
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July 26, 2018

With all the film's technical efficiency, the introduction of the black-clad internet trolls/criminals does not work. Their presence pixelates the screen, taking us out of the action. It's a step too far, instead of making us wonder...
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Globe and Mail
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July 20, 2018

Nasty in its narrative and nifty in its aesthetic, Stephen Susco's new film is a solid argument against doing anything remotely illicit online.
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July 26, 2018

Dark Web, not overly compromised by success, retains its predecessor's sense of lo-fi menace, marrying the now-established "rules" of the budding franchise to a fresh storyline.
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Variety
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July 24, 2018

Dark Web skates by on saturated nastiness, one terrific kill, and the audience's engagement in seeing if the filmmakers can pull off the stunt. Barely, but it's fun to watch them try.
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Detroit News
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July 20, 2018

Susco makes even the dulcet tones of a Skype alert sound menacing. Beyond that, it has no message to offer other than don't mess with the dark web.
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