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      Don't Click

      Released Dec 11, 2020 1h 18m Horror TRAILER for Don't Click: Trailer 1 List Don't Click: Trailer 1 Don't Click: Trailer 1 1:16 View more videos
      40% Tomatometer 5 Reviews 30% Audience Score Fewer than 50 Ratings Twenty-one year old Josh (Valter Skarsgard) tries to convince his roommate/best friend, Zane (Mark Koufos), to join him at a party. Zane declines the invitation, claiming he has to study, but instead decides to surf the web for some new porn. A sexually graphic pop-up catches Zane's attention; he can't take his eyes off the screen... what kind of porn is this? He takes the bait--he clicks. Later that night, Josh comes back to an empty apartment. Zane's laptop is still open but there's no sign of Zane... something doesn't feel right. Zane's laptop screen starts flashing and that's the last thing Josh can remember as he groggily wakes up to find Zane in a dank, surreal cellar with no way out. Josh tries everything he can to save both his friend and himself from a dangerous entity that begins to take control of their bodies and minds, but his biggest challenge to escape may be himself. Read More Read Less Watch on Fandango at Home Buy Now

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      Daniel Gorman In Review Online Don't Click is a boring, unpleasant, and intellectually bankrupt exercise in literal torture porn that only masquerades as an indictment of its ... audience. Jun 5, 2021 Full Review Jeffrey Lyles Lyles' Movie Files The best news for every other mediocre, abysmal and outfight awful film of 2020? They're only competing for second worst film of the year thanks to this atrocity. Rated: 0/10 Dec 29, 2020 Full Review Martyn Conterio CineVue [Director Kim G-hey] and co-writer Courtney Ellum have crafted a vital morality lesson about the perils of screen entertainment. It's more Michael Haneke's Funny Games than Eli Roth's splatstick shenanigans. Rated: 4/5 Sep 4, 2020 Full Review Shaun Munro Flickering Myth Questionable stylistic choices and a lack of satirical nous rob Don't Click of its knowingly trashy potential. Rated: 1/5 Aug 30, 2020 Full Review Anton Bitel VODzilla.co There may be gory agonies and dismemberments on display, but it is us, ultimately, being taken apart, as the film deconstructs its own target audience, and reminds us of the real people haunting the other side of our screens. Aug 30, 2020 Full Review Read all reviews

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      Lix M This movie is absolutely incredible. I'm funny about movies but the first 25 minutes took care of that. As the story progressed, the vision and message on justice no matter what form earned a round of applause i I do say so myself. All around genius and the lead actress served. Rated 5 out of 5 stars 11/04/22 Full Review Landon J This is not good acting and there is no great story here. It seems the makers are trying to pawn it off as a philosophical masterpiece and say this is some sort of artsy film. Way off, it ain't. What we have is a shaggy Goosebumps episode about paranormal vengeance on creeps who watch violent, weirdo torture porno and a message from the dead lady Christmas past that you will be judged no matter if you produce it or watch it(consumer). Since both are necessary to keep it alive. It had some intriguing scenes but as a story thumbs down overall. It sadly missed the basic mark for me of producing an interesting plot worth watching . 1.5/5 Rated 1.5 out of 5 stars 12/19/20 Full Review Audience Member Very creepy movie! Catherine Howard is a true horror actress! She is able to show off her range of acting skills in this movie. Rated 5 out of 5 stars 02/02/23 Full Review Audience Member Catherine Howard was the stand out in the film!! Definitely worth the watch!! Rated 5 out of 5 stars 02/01/23 Full Review Audience Member Horrible acting, horrible writing, horrible everything. Don't waste your time. Rated 0.5 out of 5 stars 01/12/23 Full Review Read all reviews
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      Synopsis Twenty-one year old Josh (Valter Skarsgard) tries to convince his roommate/best friend, Zane (Mark Koufos), to join him at a party. Zane declines the invitation, claiming he has to study, but instead decides to surf the web for some new porn. A sexually graphic pop-up catches Zane's attention; he can't take his eyes off the screen... what kind of porn is this? He takes the bait--he clicks. Later that night, Josh comes back to an empty apartment. Zane's laptop is still open but there's no sign of Zane... something doesn't feel right. Zane's laptop screen starts flashing and that's the last thing Josh can remember as he groggily wakes up to find Zane in a dank, surreal cellar with no way out. Josh tries everything he can to save both his friend and himself from a dangerous entity that begins to take control of their bodies and minds, but his biggest challenge to escape may be himself.
      Director
      G-Hey Kim
      Screenwriter
      Courtney Ellum
      Distributor
      Gravitas Ventures
      Genre
      Horror
      Original Language
      English
      Release Date (Theaters)
      Dec 11, 2020, Limited
      Release Date (Streaming)
      Dec 11, 2020
      Runtime
      1h 18m
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