Music directorElia Cmiral Duration LanguageEnglish
Release dateAugust 22, 2014 (2014-08-22) WriterMarie Gautier (original story), Davy Sihali (original story), Joel Soisson (screenplay) CastTammin Sursok (Allie Westbrook), Ben Wiggins (Michael), Sarah Bonrepaux (Marit), Jade Tailor (Lucy), Russell Geoffrey Banks (Russell Geoffrey Adkins), Alessa Aichinger (Webcam Performer) Similar moviesMad Max: Fury Road, Taken 3, Trauma, Bloody Moon, Butcher, Baker, Nightmare Maker, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
TaglineWhile you are watching them, they are watching you.
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Cam2Cam (also known under the working titles of Darknet and c2c) is a 2014 horror thriller film that was directed by Joel Soisson. 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. The movie was based on a short film that was directed by Davy Sihali, which Soisson worked into the first portion of Cam2Cam.
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. Curious, Allie logs on and soon discovers that there was a serial killer that used Cam2Cam to find his female victims, one of whom was staying in Allie's current room. After fellow boarder Marit (Sarah Bonrepaux) is murdered, Allie begins to worry that she is next on the serial killer's list.
Tammin Sursok as Allie Westbrook
Ben Wiggins as Michael
Sarah Bonrepaux as Marit
Jade Tailor as Lucy
Russell Geoffrey Banks
Alessa Aichinger as Webcam Performer
Ludovic Coutaud as Creepy nerd
Brett Olsen as Web Performer
Fabian Starr as Web Cam Performance Artist
Kevin Sumethasorn as Inspector (voice)
Vincent van Ommen as Voyeur
Jenna Z. Wilson as Webcam Voyeur
Critical reception for Cam2Cam has been overwhelmingly negative and the movie holds a rating of 0% on Rotten Tomatoes (based on 5 reviews) and 26 on Metacritic (based on 5 reviews). Much of the criticisms centered upon how the film handled multiple genres, 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. The Hollywood Reporter commented the film was "all largely incoherent, with the screenplay's twists and surprise revelations having an utterly artificial feel" while Slant Magazine stated that the "promising first act, an effectively self-contained game of cat and mouse, paves the way for an increasingly tedious murder mystery that revels in the tired device of killing off characters just as they appear to be assuming prominence in the narrative as either the hero or the big bad". 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".