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In this dark and haunting thriller, Five Bangkok tourists have gone missing after making online contact with an unknown party.
After fellow boarder Marit (Sarah Bonrepaux) is murdered, Allie begins to worry that she is next on the serial killer's list.
as review sites like Shock Till You Drop commented that the movie "straddles the middle without committing to any one genre", which they felt kept it from being as interesting as it might otherwise have been.
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A friendly boarder introduces her to Cam2Cam, a popular online chat program that allows people to interact with one another.
The film opens on a girl instant messaging and video chatting with someone and quickly turns cliché.
Casting of Sarah Bonrepaux as the seductive and charismatic Marit was on point.
The rest of the roles were cast in a very stereotypical horror movie kind of way, lots of pretty people: Tammin Sursok, Ben Wiggins and Jade Tailor included.
It is an admirable attempt but the story created by Marie Gautier and Davy Sihali just does not translate into a feature film.
Originally a short film from 2008, as a full length film the 2014 version drags on, stretching a filler filled 91 minutes.
The Hollywood Reporter commented the film was "all largely incoherent, with the screenplay's twists and surprise revelations having an utterly artificial feel" while Slant Magazine stated that the "promising first act, an effectively self-contained game of cat and mouse, paves the way for an increasingly tedious murder mystery that revels in the tired device of killing off characters just as they appear to be assuming prominence in the narrative as either the hero or the big bad".