Now available in the UK is Frazer Lee’s Panic Button, which takes another stab at online horror.
“Under the strength of its earlier moments, ‘Panic Button’ carries your attention all the way to its somewhat underwhelming twist ending, but when compared to something like ‘The Killing Room’––a superior film with a similar premise––it simply isn’t up to snuff. The result is a lame cyber-bullying metaphor disguised as a mildly diverting Brit B-flick.”
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