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Full Dutch Trailer For Interactive Feature ‘APP’

As previously explained, technology in films are a tough combination. If done incorrectly, it’ll come off astoundingly cheesy. Much like the tease, the full trailer for the Dutch APP in on thin ice, feeling a bit like a T-Mobile commercial. BUT, what makes this cool is that this movie interacts directly with the audience! According to Thompson On Hollywood, APP will “be the first film in the world to synchronize a parallel storyline via app content to be accessed while in the movie theater.” WOW.

In the thriller APP, Anna (Hannah Hoekstra), a young student, gets caught up in her own virtual world. She is addicted to apps, social media and her smartphone. One day Anna discovers a mysterious new app on her phone. It has the answer to every question. Not just scientific questions, but also about her personal life and her friends. When the app starts sending her cryptic texts and codes connected to the sudden and strange deaths of people around her, it becomes evident that it is not just a handy app.

This is actually pretty awesome and I can only hope someone gets this is U.S. theaters.



  • Kroork

    Awful awful awful idea. The reason I don’t go to movie theaters as much anymore is because of people talking and constantly being on their cell phones. I would never go to a movie that actually Encourages you be on your phone durring the movie. Worst idea ever

  • X

    Dutch horror movies suck. Unless it made before 1990 or it has Human Centipede in the title. The idea is cool, but this looks more like a thriller than a horror movie.

    • Evil_Flip

      As a Dutchy I’m terribly ashamed of the movies our country craps out. I’m still baffled by the success of Centipede and Sint.

      • Ress EZ

        You guys got it all wrong. If you’re so ashamed of your country’s horror movies, wait until you guys check out MY country’s. Malaysia’s movie industry is littered with drama, comedy and horror movies. Not even one of them worth mentioning. Not even horror. I MEAN IT!

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