squanders its potentially rich if hardly underexposed technology-themed premise with a tired, twist-filled mystery plot involving mostly uninteresting characters. It begins promisingly, however, with an extended opening sequence that at least briefly will have viewers on the edge of their seats.Lucy (Jade Tailor), a young American woman staying in Bangkok—a city that is cinematic shorthand for depravity — logs onto to the titular website late at night and begins a flirtatious conversation with a woman, seen only from the neck down, who promptly begins taking off her clothes.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.The film was given a simultaneous VOD and limited theatrical release on August 22, 2014, and stars Tammin Sursok as a tourist that becomes the target of a serial killer after logging on to a cam website.Allie (Tammin Sursok) is a young American staying in a hostel apartment building while travelling through Thailand.
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It's all largely incoherent, with the screenplay's twists and surprise revelations having an utterly artificial feel.
Director Soisson, who so adeptly staged the galvanizing opening scene, becomes further and further adrift in terms of navigating the preposterous storyline.