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A secret service agent, Jennifer Marsh, gets caught in a very personal and deadly cat-and-mouse game with a serial killer who knows that people (being what they are - both curious and drawn to the dark side of things) will log onto an "untraceable" website where he conducts violent and painful murders LIVE on the net. The more people who log on and enter the website, the quicker and more violently the victim dies.Written by
The website used by the killer (www.killwithme.com) actually existed. It was owned by the movie studio and it was used to promote the film. In it, users were taken to a replica of the FBI computer used by the character Jennifer Marsh. Her desktop gets hacked by the killer who provides the visitor with four tests he/she must complete to deactivate his website. The content has now been removed, and the domain name is available for sale or lease. See more »
The FBI does not have immediate access to firearm ownership records. Agent Marsh would have to violate the law in order to gain the information in the manner portrayed in the movie. See more »
Agent Griffin Dowd:
Got the list of them right here. The most common is Heparin; get the dose right you save a life, wrong, got yourself a hemophiliac.
So the more people who visit the site, the more the drug is released, and the faster he bleeds.
Agent Jennifer Marsh:
That's right, that's what we believe.
Well, isn't that wonderful.
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Good enough to be worth your while, probably not to own.
The movie had a few things going in its favor. For one, it used reasonable technology and background, so the story wasn't far-fetched. Secondly, and most importantly in my eyes, it did NOT go for shock value. It didn't try to use gore to elicit a reaction from the crowd. Not to say that some scenes weren't rough on the eyes, but it was far from a Saw or Hostel. Thirdly, it honestly kept me on the edge of my seat for a good portion of the movie. And lastly, the ending does not drag itself out. It ends at the logical point.
That having been said, this movie will not change your life. It's a little bit of a commentary on society, but moreso, it's just an entertaining movie to watch.
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