Our initial stalker/killer is so mean spirited that the film loses almost all entertainment.
I know that may sound odd but its the difference between watching Jason kill in Friday the 13th and watching I Spit on your Grave.
The camera loves the walls but hates the action when it comes to kills. It is effective for the opening scene but leaves a lot to be desired after that point.
The script is hampered by a lack of conviction and that in turn I believe hurts the actors performances.
It is an admirable attempt but the story created by Marie Gautier and Davy Sihali just does not translate into a feature film.
Originally a short film from 2008, as a full length film the 2014 version drags on, stretching a filler filled 91 minutes.
Well, it isnt long before they run into Lucys hatchet wielding killer, played by Russell Geoffrey Banks.
After Marit helps her secure the same apartment as the murdered girl from the opening sequence, the two head off into town for some fun.The flesh is fleeting at best for a film about sex cams and the like.For all the decadence that is spoken of, most of the actors come off as prudish.The film opens with Monkeybait aka Lucy, as she sits down for some personal time with her web cam.She has been talking with a woman regularly and is excited to see what tonight has in store.