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  Tags: Abel Vang, Alexis G. Zall, Bedeviled, Brandon Soo Hoo, Burlee Vang, Carson Boatman, Circle 18, Conduit, Mitchell Edwards, Saxon Sharbino, STANDOFF Pictures, SUPERNATURAL, Victory Van Tuyl

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Alice (Saxon Sharbino) and her friends are teens like any other – social and tethered to their devices. When they download the latest Siri-like App offering quick solutions to life’s quotidian, the friends soon discover the App offers much more than directions and places to eat. So much more. The App probes the teens’ deepest fears, manifesting these fears in the real world in a diabolical quest to terrorize its unwitting users to death. 

CATEGORY
Supernatural

RELEASE DATE
August 11, 2017 (VOD)
CURRENT STATUS
On Demand
LANGUAGE
English
PRODUCED BY
Circle 18
Conduit
STANDOFF Pictures
MPAA RATING
R "terror, language and some sexual material."
OFFICIAL SITES
Twitter
Facebook
REVIEW
N/A
DIRECTED BY
Abel Vang
Burlee Vang
WRITTEN BY
Abel Vang
Burlee Vang
STARRING
Saxon Sharbino
Brandon Soo Hoo
Carson Boatman
Victory Van Tuyl
Alexis G. Zall
Mitchell Edwards

PROJECT DETAILS
  • Freestyle Releasing will distribute in the US.
  • Saxon Sharbino (Poltergeist reboot) plays "a teenager who downloads a mysterious app that begins to haunt her."
  • Alexis G. Zall (Ouija 2) plays "one of the first girls to download the killer app."
  • Brandon Soo Hoo (From Dusk Till Dawn series) plays "Dan, the class-clown friend of the teenage group who doesn’t believe in the supernatural. Victory Van Tuyl plays his girlfriend Hayley, who dreams of being an actress."
  • The directors were quoted saying: "Jason Voorhees, Michael Myers, Freddy Krueger, these guys are gone and for a different generation. The supernatural villains of today aren’t charismatic enough. They’re just killing machines. We created a character like Hannibal Lector and The Joker, but in a supernatural film. We’re reinventing the bogeyman with this app."
  • It's said that "style wise the film pays homage to such Japanese filmmakers as Masaki Kobayashi (Kwaidan) and Takashi Miike (Audition, Ichi the Killer)."
  • Described as a cross between "Spike Jonze’s Her and Stephen King’s It."
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