Unfriended: Dark Web

Out Now On-Demand

Death wants some face time.

A teen who finds a laptop discovers its owner may be watching his every move in this stand-alone sequel to the 2014 found footage horror. Shot entirely in secret in 2017, it premiered at SXSW 2018 after a surprise announcement.

A teen picks up a new laptop from a lost-and-found bin and finds a cache of secret files on it. While on a video call with his friends, he discovers the disturbing nature of the files - and that the previous owner is watching him and will do anything to get the laptop back.

Guardian (UK)


Feels like a definite product of the time we’re in, as war on terror-era torture porn did in the mid-2000s.

Hollywood Reporter


The protagonists here aren't as insufferable as those in the first Unfriended, but Susco's plot gets harder to buy by the minute...

Variety (USA)


Skates by on saturated nastiness, one terrific kill, and the audience’s engagement in seeing if the filmmakers can pull off the stunt. Barely, but it’s fun to watch them try.