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Plot: While video chatting one night, six high school friends receive a Skype message from a classmate who killed herself exactly one year ago. At first they think it's a prank, but when the girl starts revealing the friends' darkest secrets, they realize they are dealing with something out of this… Runtime: 83 min Release Date: 17 Apr 2015
A unique and perfectly crafted thriller with an insane attention to detail! (by slyjose101)
I was hyped for this movie from the moment I saw the trailer, despite the overwhelmingly negative reaction that trailer got people saying it looked stupid and gimmicky while complaining about the lack of creativity in modern horror movies... oh the irony . Tonight, I got the chance to watch it and I'm glad to say it didn't disappoint. I got exactly what I expected to get: a tense, well-acted, unique, and perfectly crafted thriller with an insanely high amount of suspenseful entertainment packed into its short run time. Without a doubt, Unfriended is one of the best thrillers to come <more>
out in the past few years.Despite what people might be saying, this isn't a found footage horror movie. This isn't 80 minutes of a bunch of bozos shaking a hand-held camera while loud, cheap jumpscare noises play to startle the audience. This is 80 minutes of tense, realistically handled supernatural "horror" I put that in quotes cause the movie isn't actually as scary as it is tense, suspenseful, and stressful with characters who actually behave like real teenagers would instead of the generic cardboard cutouts we get in most modern horror movies. Yes, the characters aren't particularly likable with the exception of main character, Blair , but that's not the point. The point is that, for once, we get characters who actually behave like human beings and don't make stupid decisions just to lead the audience into another cheap jumpscare. Granted, there are a few jumpscares here, but they're not the focus. The focus is the relationship between these characters, the way the killer drives them apart by revealing secrets, and the increasing tension as more and more people die.Unfriended kept me glued to the screen for the entirety of its short run time. Not once was I bored, not once did I feel the movie was going nowhere. The tension escalates and escalates until the breaking point finale, and by then you're already on the edge of your seat. Check this one out and ignore all the negative comments. Most of them are either from people who expected the movie to be absolutely terrifying, people who despise gimmicks in movies no matter how well they're executed , or people who simply aren't interested in the idea of a movie being told through a computer screen, facebook messages, and primarily skype chats people who have zero interest in modern computers and social media . Even if you're not a computer freak, Unfriended will probably hook you as it did me. Give it a chance. It deserves it just for being brave and ambitious enough to try out something entirely new.
Laura Barns more like B list sp00py ghost (by mirenzit)
ALRIGHT GUYS HANDS UP WHO'S DOIN THIS? This movie is the pinnacle of cinematic horror. The characters are so well defined I don't even need to remember their forgettable names and personalities. The Laura Barns characters is shown to be hellbent on vengeance, yet cunning, like shoving that portly boy's hand in a blender. Good thing all 7 or so characters' parents weren't home or anything so they can 54 in peace, am I right home-boys? This is was the best hour of my life, if only it lasted longer. Sadly, there was no jigsaw, so this gets -1 points off I really wanted to <more>
play a game besides counting . Also i was hoping fro George Constanza to come and save the day. Too bad he didn't Quality movie, poopled myself out of paranoia 11/10.
I think people tried to watch this as a horror movie instead of just a movie. They judged it all before even watching it!!! The message in this movie for those of you too dense to realize it is: don't be a bully!!!! Don't spread rumors, don't lie! Imagine if that was you and SPOILER ALERT: your best friend posted a video on YouTube OF YOU AFTER BEING RAPED AND THEN PUTTING THE TITLE IF IT AS insert your name here KILL YOURSELF. stop being so close minded. This movie had a really good message. If you bully someone eventually you will have to face the consequences. This movie <more>
isn't really supposed to be just about a vengeful ghost. It was to show people you can ruin other people's lives if you want to and what they do to themselves is YOUR FAULT. Everything has a consequence, good or bad.
I just don't understand how people don't get what this movie is trying to accomplish. This movie has a lot to say, but I think that people are thrown off because it's a horror film. People have got to stop cyberbullying. People really do kill themselves because of it. This movie shows the effects that it has on the people that pushed others to kill themselves. I would like to say that this movie pertains to high schoolers and young adults the most, but I believe nowadays everyone needs to see this movie. Nearly everyone is on Facebook or some social media. I have seen grown adults <more>
online saying awful things to each other. Social media has ruined people's lives yet people continue posting terrible things about each other. I feel this movie is attempting to show people that we all need to grow up and realize the dangers of social media. *Possible Spoiler* This movie uses the fact that the person from the dead can come back and get people to kill themselves. While this is a little ridiculous, it actually makes sense, because the thought of knowing that you made someone kill themselves would definitely make you question whether you really deserve to be alive. Being responsible for someone's death would definitely affect a person's mental health. I think people should see this movie as a lesson about social media rather than a horror/thriller.
I went to see this movie with a very open mind, and I didn't know much about the premise. I was pleasantly surprised by how much I liked Unfriended. Seeing it in the theater instead of at home was advantageous-- it was suspenseful since there were no distractions.The acting was one of the bright spots. There was no blatantly terrible dialog and their reactions weren't cheesy or unbelievable. The editing was also pretty seamless, and the premise of it being shown entirely through Blaire's perspective was unique and interesting. We could see her thought process, as she was typing <more>
and retyping things to figure out the best wording to use. If you like horror/suspense films, give Unfriended a chance!
The perfect horror film for today's generation (by Ramascreen)
You're going to have so much fun watching UNFRIENDED. It's the perfect horror film for today's generation. It's inventive and it's this year's first scariest film. Blumhouse uploaded the supernatural into your Skype and social media and the result is UNFRIENDED.The initial title for this film was "Cybernatural" which was appropriate, but I understand the change into UNFRIENDED, which does sound less a jargon and it's a more familiar term, and the characters desperately try to unfriend a mystery somebody in this film, so UNFRIENDED fits just fine. Six high <more>
school friends are chatting on Skype and before I go any further, let me just say that I have never done Skyping with more than probably a couple of people, so six is a crowd to me. Anyways, in this story, there was a girl named Laura Barnes who committed suicide one year prior, and when those six high schoolers are skyping, they notice that somebody may be listening in. However, they can't figure out who that person is, even worse, they can't seem to kick him out of their chatroom. And then slowly but surely, the mystery person reveals its identity and those six high schoolers realize that they're dealing with an entity that has an agenda, an entity that seeks revenge from beyond the grave.I'm a huge fan of Blumhouse's horror films, I think what makes those movies great is their desire to keep pushing the envelope, and coming up with creative ways to scare the living daylight out of you instead of the usual predictable moves that you could see coming a mile away. In the case of UNFRIENDED, director Levan Gabriadze and screenwriter Nelson Greaves wonder what if they could tell an entire film by the view of a computer screen. The method is still found footage, but it incorporates every aspect that has pretty much taken over the attention span of our society, because we live in day and age where we don't meet our friends straight up in person at a mall anymore, and our eyes are always fixed on our phones, and we can multitask chatting with someone and texting another at the same time. I don't know if UNFRIENDED will do to social media what "Jaws" did to the ocean, but it sure as hell is a damn good effort on their part.For those of us fans of horror films, who've watched this genre ever since we could remember, there's some formula that UNFRIENDED follows through, like having the demon, or whatever villain, picking its victims off one by one, but the movie also has tons of surprises around every corner. The characters would try their best to outwit this mystery person and there'd be times when they think they could, but the supernatural ultimately prevails.There's also an anti-cyberbullying theme embedded in the film, which is an important issue, it's sad when cowards become internet trolls and victimize a person, but I think UNFRIENDED can somehow make us more aware or at least make us be more careful of what we're putting out there for the world to see. Just because you delete your 'history' on your computer, doesn't meant that it's gone forever. What we did in the past can come back to haunt you.. and in the case of UNFRIENDED, it can kill Read more at Ramascreen.Com
Unfriended's cyber haunting works because of it's story rather then scares (by RforFilm)
When I sat through Unfriended, I kept asking myself whether modern teenagers would really communicate this way. To those that don't know, the movie in it's entirety is portrayed through a computer desktop; as in all the characters are communicating through Skype, text messaging, social media messaging or even random chat sites. My argument was that teens would rather communicate face to face rather then link their electronic devices together. But I underestimated how much our youth loves technology and can adapt pretty fast to the new hip thing, and therefore, ready to exploit it as <more>
much as possible. Teenagers may be the best candidates to become tomorrow's online engineers, but when a smart writer comes to Facebook, we also attract a couple of rotten viruses. I'm not talking about infections to ones software or system, but those bad apples that only want to start a fight or make someone else's life miserable by bullying them. This cyber bullying epidemic is so much of a problem that the things said about others or worse, videos posted about others, has led to mental problems and even suicides. One case of cyber bullying gets their revenge in the online set, Unfriended. The movies setting a computer desktop takes places on the screen of Blaire, a high scholar who is chatting with her other friends, boyfriend Mitch, alcoholic Adam, guy friend Ken, Jess, and Val. It is the one-year anniversary of the death of a fellow high-scholar, Laura Barnes who committed suicide over an embarrassing video that showed her drunk along with the message "Kill Ur Self Laura". The set of kids continue to talk about this, siding with the rest of the internet that the actions against this poor girl were awful. Things get weird when they notice that another person has joined their conversation.The blank screen that is the sixth person chatting never shows their face, cannot be hung up on, and sends messages demanding justice for Laura. Then Laura's old Facebook account is re activated with messages demanding that Blaire and the other kids spill their secrets. Blaire simply assumes that one of the other kids may be pulling a sick prank, but that theory is disproved when the ghost hacker starts to spill the secrets for them. None of the kids are allowed to leave their computers, as they must figure out a way to outwit the mysterious sixth caller or answer to their sins.As I've said, I've wanted more variety in the horror genre besides constant found footage features. Though this is similar, Unfriended managed to keep me on the edge of my seat. Not because of the scares I was about to face, but for the secret that each teen had to confess to. Unfriended clearly built up their characters and their history behind the cyber bullying death in a smart way that it's never spoon-fed. The revelation behind our characters is out of order and even with the computer screen facing the audience, we have to pay close attention to know what's going on.You know your sitting in an enjoyable movie when the teenagers watching Unfriended with you are loud during the trailer, but do not even peep a whisper during the majority of the film. The people were screaming in my theater, and though not everyone works, I did jump at a few of them. Even the reveal of the hacker was a little weak. I won't spoil it, but you'd wish it was more techno based then supernatural based. But the scares weren't the point of the movie; it's a revenge thriller first and foremost.I'll give this eight dead online accounts out of ten. Perhaps Unfriended will make you think twice before posting an embarrassing photo of someone you know; it just may come back to haunt you!
Something New for the horror genre (by doofuspoofus)
I have to say this movie reminded me of plenty other films such as Sorority Row, Tamara, Cry Wolf or the most recent remake of Carrie and yet Unfriended held its' own pretty damn good. When I heard how the film was going to be shot I was a little skeptical as to whether or not it would work or just be really boring.Typically in these type of supernatural films there's a lot of wandering slowly down dark halls with figures appearing in the shadows so I was skeptical but this was really creative. I think the storyline was a pretty basic ghost revenge story and yet with a modern twist. <more>
The internet offers a new form of bullying that unfortunately is all too real and this movie shows the consequences of such actions to the extent of driving someone to commit suicide.I'm pretty sure I'm not alone on this the characters were interesting but it really got annoying listening to them argue like little elementary kids. Some of it was okay for humorous reasons but after awhile it was annoying. I do also think it would've been better with adults instead of teenagers simply because if this Laura ghost had gone after them years later they would have had more reason to have forgotten the details of "the video" and the "incident".Which in that case I think the incident would've had to have been something more serious than it was such as her being raped and being shamed for it and made fun of afterward. That really would've given the story more depth but it was a good scary movie that for me would've been more intense if I hadn't seen it in theaters. The audience I guess found the character's fighting hilarious and couldn't take the movie seriously after awhile which made it hard to enjoy the scares. My advice see it alone to really see how you feel about it.
Unfriended is a new form of horror kind of like found footage but it did please me as a film. The story is very simple an old school mate kills herself due to cyber bullying and in person and some how haunts the people some what responsible for causing her to kill herself. This may have not been the greatest horror film but it is very well done. It feels grounded and real as the whole movie takes place all over a computer screen and they product place almost everyone to facebook, google, and apple. But the best thing is that it doesn't use the fake Hollywood kind of computer screen <more>
placement stuff its actually how you would do stuff on the computer. But the story is very basic and new aged almost a new breed. My fear is that new movies will come out like this and they may make a sequel to this because it may actually make some money. My biggest problem with this is the adult supervision and something else isn't explain about the killings but I'm not going to spoil it. But in all honesty i thought this movie was going to be crap but it wasn't to bad and very funny at times.