Like Lucy, Allie (Tammin Sursock) enjoys ogling the ladies online, and soon she finds herself waist deep in » - Rob Hunter The world of online dating is a bizarre concept all its own.
It’s a world where we openly expose our most personal selves to absolute strangers.
as review sites like Shock Till You Drop commented that the movie "straddles the middle without committing to any one genre", which they felt kept it from being as interesting as it might otherwise have been.
A young American woman, Lucy (Jade Tailor) finds herself in Bangkok surfing a chat website, Cam2Cam.
She gets friendly with another young woman that begins undressing herself.
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The film was given a simultaneous VOD and limited theatrical release on August 22, 2014, and stars Tammin Sursok as a tourist that becomes the target of a serial killer after logging on to a cam website.
Allie (Tammin Sursok) is a young American staying in a hostel apartment building while travelling through Thailand.
A friendly boarder introduces her to Cam2Cam, a popular online chat program that allows people to interact with one another.
The earliest cybersex was text-based in chat rooms, and role playing was common since nobody saw the other party; for example, a 50-year-old man could pretend to be an 18-year-old woman.
However, with the advent of Skype and other video calling applications, cybersex has become more visual, and hiding one's identity is not an option.
A new neighbor, a creepy Brit named Russell (Russell Geoffrey Banks), invites her to his upstairs soiree, but she declines the offer and returns to the half-naked girl on her computer screen.
She eventually notices that the girl, whose head is cropped out of the frame, is visibly several feet away from the keyboard even as new messages are being sent.
Twitch Film also panned the movie, praising the cinematography and gore while writing that "in the end, the crummy dialogue, the naive approach to technology, and the squandering of its many opportunities become too obvious to be overlooked".