While is built around the bones of ghostly revenge, it's what the movie does in the margins, how it plays with ideas about communication and our attempts to retain complete control of our social identity, that's actually the most unnerving part.
's main conceit is that we witness everything through Blaire's computer screen.
Blaire also talks with whoever is on Laura's account via Facebook messenger. Val (Courtney Halverson) is introduced as someone the rest of the group hates.
Talking behind a friend's back is different when you don't need to talk to someone face to face. She's not in on the spooky, initial Skype call that brings all these teens together.
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Part of that comes from how familiar most of us are with the interface.
By now, we intuitively know what a Facebook alert sounds like, and how it's different from a Skype phone call's ring.
The 18-year-old actress stars in the new film, which is a prequel to the first two movies in the horror franchise.
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Upon her arrival at the school, Violet begins a strange journey into a whole new world. See full summary » Revolves around four friends at a prestigious university whose promising futures are jeopardized when they become connected to the accidental death of a classmate.
When another student says she knows about their involvement, the friends panic and start to plot her murder.
On Facebook or Twitter, we create an identity through a pastiche of pictures, "likes," and messages.