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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Linda Wittgenstein's rating of the film #Horror

  2. Henri de Corinth's rating of the film #Horror

    I want to give Tara Subkoff the benefit of the doubt. She claims that the film is about ‘horror’ from the point of view of a 12-year-old girl (in the form of online bullying via social media that literally follows you everywhere on your smartphone, and to a lesser extent how social media can retard a developing mind’s ability to parse fantasy and reality), but the film doesn’t convey that at all...

  3. João R's rating of the film #Horror

    What a waste of a great lesson and a waste of those masks.

  4. Diego Carrera's rating of the film #Horror

  5. Nathan Goldman's rating of the film #Horror

    guys... what if the real #horror was bullying all along (mixed feelings but ultimately i kinda feel about this the same way i do with mr. robot where it can be very dumb or trite but it's fun enough and willing enough to do things that people might find odd or alienating that i'm willing to give it a little leeway. unsurprisingly, people seem a lot less receptive in this case)

  6. seakat's rating of the film #Horror

  7. Gonçalo Rosas's rating of the film #Horror

    1 - If this is "horror" for the modern age (as its aesthetics would have you believe), then the modern age is well and truly fucked. Stabs at social commentary so inept they make Neil Breen look like Dickens. Infuriatingly horrendous on all fronts. Tim Hutton's hilarious meltdown is the only reason I'm not awarding this my first ever 0, but even that can't save it from being possibly the worst film I have ever seen.

  8. opandadodavid's rating of the film #Horror

    Scream Queens meets The Bling Ring meets Scream?

  9. Polyglot's rating of the film #Horror

    Wes Craven's The Bling Ring.

  10. Soille.'s rating of the film #Horror

  11. skoog's rating of the film #Horror

    #first #post-internet-aesthetic in a #movie? #anyway, see #bling ring instead, deals w the #information-instagram-iphone-generation #better.

  12. Max Seqgar's rating of the film #Horror

    The story is a bit meh, but the contemporary art curatorial effort is worth the view, and funny to see "young" actors already taking "old people" roles.

  13. Luis Pires's rating of the film #Horror