This horror movie is both written by director Tara Subkoff. The plot go after a mass of rich junior high school lass who faces the evening of terror mutually right after a public network game curved out of power.
The movie opens with Balthazar Getty as Harry Cox having intimate contact in an auto with his mistress, Lydia Hearst as Lisa. After Lisa goes out of the car, his wife Chloë Sevigny as Alex phone him and chastises him. After he lynch up, his throat was cut, and Lisa was killed. 12-year-old Sam was invited to sleepover with her classmate Sofia in a mansion at Connecticut. Sam feels uncomfortable by her lack of riches amongst her privileged and rich classmates. Together with her sleepover were Francesca, Georgie and Ava. One more girl, Cat White, was driven to the mansion by her father, Timothy Hutton as Dr. White; it is recognized that Cat is experiencing psychological troubles and has problem for bullying girls.
The girls were occupied in a pretended fashion show, ceaselessly posting pictures of themselves on social network using their smart phones. Then, Cat arrives, and Alex permits the girls in her barge-in safe where many pieces of clothing and jewelries were stored. She then walks away into the town for a 12-step meeting.
In the evening, all girls were consumed by their phones and started to argue with each other. Cat initiated an argument and taunts Georgie regarding her weight, while Sofia obliged her to leave. Cat stamps into the woods, and attempted to phone her father to take her. She started tagging Georgie in a river of cruel pictures on Facebook; the teenagers mutually decided to block their phones in safe to shun Cat’s cyberbullying, and then Sofia toss the keys in the swimming pool for safety.
Right after Dr. White gets a worried voicemail from Cat, he then goes back to the house and interviews the girls regarding his daughter’s location. He told the girls that he is going to push charges. Sam leaves to look for Cat in the forest, and saw Sofia’s father’s auto that was park, with blood crosswise the windshield. She goes back to the house in fright, but the girls did not believe her.
Francesca and Georgie started to mock Sofia regarding her mother’s suspected personal issues with Dr. White, and then she leaves. At the forest, Sofia stumbles to see father’s car and his body inside. She phoned her mother; Alex replied, thinking it was her husband, and furiously shouted in the phone regarding his cheating and then hangs up. Sofia takes the revolver inside the car and then escape. In the house, Sam staggers upon Ava’s deceased body, and was harassed by a veiled assailant. She goes to recover the secured key into the pool to take the girls’ phones back.
Movie makers that wanted to create horror films needs to be reminded that horrible and horrifying are not the same. These recital range from hardly travelable to just plain awful, but the stars are done no special treatment by a screenplay that has them saying and doing things that usually make small sense. The terms of caution and life teaching that writer and director Tara Subkoff obviously wanted to convey are at random spread through the screenplay as a-liner or remote occurrence that are totally missing in coherence. The film tried explore its’ vital points and even though the tale hits numerous right notes, some people who sees the film will truly benefit from them.