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A mysterious love triangle leads to a tragic shooting. Months later, eight members of a Myspace chat room are being gruesomely murdered in the privacy of their own homes. What is the connection? Sandra Wilson is a good place to start. The intelligent, 30-ish professional woman has a haunting past that may hold the key. The chilling truth however is that any one of the Myspace lurkers may hold the answer as to who is responsible for the grizzly killings taking place in this cyber world.
Stills from iMurders (Click for larger image)
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I only have one minor complaint that doesn't affect my 5 star rating. First opening credits played then a few minutes of the movie played followed by more opening credits and then the rest of the movie.
I knew from the beginning who the murderer was..I'm not saying everyone will but an avid lover and watcher of these types of movies will spot the culprit right away.
There are actually three storylines going on that intertwine into one..but that was done cleverly.
The blood and gore scale is low..There is one drill scene that is decent but otherwise not much on the gore front.It also lets the viewer see the different personas people take on when their in chatrooms because they can become whomever they want people to believe they are which is usually totally the opposite of reality.So there is an element of voyeurism
that ensues during the chatroom scenes.
The ending was cleverly done as well,and even though I knew who the killer was it was still effective.
This isn't for everyone especially if you're looking for a horror film..It's a murder mystery.
Not bad for a rent but I wouldn't buy it because it's not something I would ever watch again.
We know the beginning is a clue. A man is having an affair. The computer in the room is turned on and his wife comes home and catches them. The typical argument ensues followed by a gun shot. Who were these people? Who got killed? Who did the killing? We never find out until the end as knowing the relationship between the people in the story might make solving the mystery easier. The movie deliberately plants clues to lead one astray from the real killer.
Movie contains sexual situations, brief nudity, girl/girl action, violence, blood, and slight gore.
iMurders is about seven friends who are members of a chat room on FaceSpace, a combination of Facebook and Myspace, one of their number is a Hollywood special effects artist with a flare for the theatrical and every month he invents a new game for them to play. When they start playing his latest game, members of the chatroom start turning up dead, and in gruesome ways. While none of the murders is especially explicit there is a fair amount of gore but most of the shock is supplied by quick edits and what you think you may see. I don't think it will disappoint enthusiasts of the genre.
The casting is also outstanding. William Forsthye stars and his voice and his presence on screen is a sinister menace. Another casting coup is Charles Durning with a small role as a psychiatrist. And Tony Todd of Candyman fame extends his horror credentials here, but not as the murderer (that would be too obvious!) plays FBI agent Washington, who is trying to solve the mystery before the entire chatroom is murdered.