Cyberbully (2015)

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Maisie Williams stars as Casey, a regular social network loving teen who becomes the target of a computer hacker threatening to leak her private naked photos to the public.

Set in one location, in Casey’s bedroom, this contained thriller primarily only stars Williams with screen shots of her phone and laptop.

The seemingly innocent school girl is soon revealed to be a “cyberbully” herself, trolling other young users of the internet.

The anonymous hacker’s demands grow increasingly severe as Casey will do whatever she needs to in order to retain her cyber dignity.

7/10

 

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Cut Bank

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Teresa Palmer and Liam Hemsworth star in this Fargo-esque thriller about life in a small town that gets turned upside down from a recent murder.

Cassandra (Palmer) and Dwayne (Hemsworth) are a young couple in love, who hope to earn enough money to leave their little hometown in search of a brighter future.

Upon filming Cassandra in the fields, as she prepares to win the local beauty pageant, Dwayne captures the murder of the town’s post man in the background and quickly informs the police.

John Malkovich stars as Sheriff Vogel, good hearted, hard working, he tries his best to investigate his first murder, when he begins to uncover a trail of sordid events that rock his beloved township.

With twists and turns aplenty, this quirky flick is sure to shock and have you hooked all the way through.  Just don’t let the deceptive slow start fool you.

8/10

 

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The Voices (2014)

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Ryan Reynolds, Gemma Arterton, Anna Kendrick and Jacki Weaver star in this hilarious dark comedy about an awkward and lonely young man named Jerry and his… talking pets.

Clearly plagued with mental illness, Jerry regularly visits his therapist Dr. Warren (played by Jacki Weaver), who insists Jerry starts retaking his medication and regularly asks him if he has yet to hear any “voices” to which Jerry denies.

Meanwhile, his talking pets act as his subconscious, his dog being his good and innocent side, while his cat aptly voices his evil thinkings, persuading Jerry to act on every evil thought.

Whilst Jerry tries to woo his office crush Fiona (played by Gemma Arterton), another colleague Lisa (played by Anna Kendrick) has her eyes set on the unassuming Jerry.  However neither girl knows what to expect when Jerry’s psychotic illness gets the better of him.

8/10

 

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