Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Actors: Jennifer Cooper, Erin Cottrell, Amy Miller, Kim Kelly, Peter Vita
Director: Ryan Woo
Genres: Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Mystery & Suspense
If you saw what you thought was a murder on the Internet, what would you do? Who would you call? Set in a voyeur site called WatchUsDorm.com, the movie watches the lives of eight women living in the house. These girls ar... more »
Decent Little B-Thriller
R. Stringini | Addison, IL United States | 08/25/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I was suprised by how good this movie was. Of course its far from high art, butit is even farther from the B movie soft core porn it looks like. Honestly, yes, there is a lot of cheesecake, mainly with the girls in their underwear, or a swim suit, or something of that nature, but actualy nudity? There is VERY little actual nudity. Acting wise, well, to say I was suprise is an understatement. Yes, there are those moments of bad dialogue and all that, but over all the cast did fairly well. Also the production values seem fairly high on this one. The picture is decent,and seems to be filmed, not taped. And the music is very good. Also the thriller part of the movie comes off very well due to the fact that the characters, although far from deep, are mostly likeable. I recomend it."
Surfin' the Net
Sir Jub-Jub | Sir Jub-Jub's Lair, Alaska | 08/22/2003
(3 out of 5 stars)
""Watchusdie.com" is a low budget entry into the recently popular voyeur films like "Feardotcom". This is the story of a group of women living in a webcammed filled home. Everything is fine until the women start losing their lives in various accidents. As "hits" on the web site grow, so do the deaths of the inhabitants. The film is more of a thriller than horror as the main interest is figuring out who is doing all the killing. An interesting sub plot shows audience reaction to what is occurring on the web site and is a slight commentary on our current fascination with reality tv and the like. The acting is what can be expected from former playmates and others hired more for their looks than talent. The primary interest is a director's commentary track which illustrates quite well the trials and tribulations of low budget, renegade filmmaking. This makes the film worthwhile and on a whole, you could do a lot worse."