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If you disconnect, you die.
Almost two weeks ago now, the trailer for Stephen Susco’s Unfriended: Dark Web, a sequel to 2014’s Unfriended, arrived in theaters, but oddly hadn’t made its way onto the internet. That changes today, as the trailer has arrived… on the dark web.
Yes, the trailer was premiered on the actual dark web earlier today, and we’ve got it here for you right now. Like the first film, Dark Web unravels in real-time, entirely on computer screens, and this time around centers on a group of friends who stumble into what looks to be a human trafficking ring that’s being run through the titular dark web.
BH Tilt has dated the film for release on July 20, 2018.
Trace raves that the sequel “shows just how scary the Internet can be”…
“When a 20-something finds a cache of hidden files on his new laptop, he is thrust into the deep waters of the dark web.”
Colin Woodell (Unsane), Betty Gabriel (Get Out, Purge: Election Year), Stephanie Nogueras (Grimm, Criminal Minds), Rebecca Rittenhouse (Blood & Oil, Suits), Andrew Lees (The Pacific), Connor Del Rio (Level Up), and Savira Windyani (Ink & Rain) star.
Unfriended: Dark Web is produced by Timur Bekmambetov, Bazelevs Productions and Jason Blum, Blumhouse Productions. Executive producers include Adam Sidman, Couper Samuelson and Nelson Greaves.