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  • Unfortunately, Jesse doesn’t get to confirm her suspicions as she becomes the latest victim after slamming her phone down to the ground which made the killer believe she deleted the chain letter
  • I liked this movie because it fit into the realm of grotesque, mystery and scary all things I like in a horror movie
  • However, I did find it interesting about the hackers who reject technology but use it as a means of killing people

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      When was the last time you received a chain letter either by email or text, and actually followed the directions and passed it on to someone. In my case never because I never believed in the hype of what chain letters can or cannot do. In the movie Chain Letter, a group of high school kids learn the consequences of what happens when you don’t send on your chain letter.

      Neil is a loner and pretty much looked at as a loser by his younger and more popular sister. One night while


      on his computer he receives a mysterious chain letter and his sister who believes in chain letters decides to create a list of people to send the chain letter to—her friends.

      While hanging out at a local hangout, the phones of Jesse and her friends begin to sound and the incoming messages is the chain letter Neil’s sister sent to them. Some of them send the chain letter to others, some delete them entirely, while Jesse is the only one to leave the chain letter idle in her phone.

      One of the teenage boys who received the chain letter deleted it while he was in the school’s training facility. As a result, he is hit from behind, dragged and chained to one of the workout machines where he is killed. The other guy who was with him who also deleted the chain letter ends up disappearing and suspected of the killing.

      As the movie progresses, one by one the group of friends are dying violent deaths all involving chains. Jesse takes it upon herself to figure out who is behind killing her friends only ...


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      to discover that a group of fanatics who reject technology may be behind it. She learns the only way to survive is to pass on the chain letter. Unfortunately, Jesse doesn’t get to confirm her suspicions as she becomes the latest victim after slamming her phone down to the ground which made the killer believe she deleted the chain letter.

      I liked this movie because it fit into the realm of grotesque, mystery and scary all things I like in a horror movie. However, I did find it interesting about the hackers

      who reject technology but use it as a means of killing people. They wanted to show people how horrible technology was and how it was affecting people’s lives, but they were using it to their benefit to commit their killing spree. It seemed quite hypocritical if you ask me. But it did get me thinking about how much I use technology and whether I use it to connect with others or do I abuse it for my own selfish wants and needs.

      The movie stars Nikki Reed who plays Rosalie in the Twilight Saga movies.




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Jennifer Davis says :

I haven’t seen many of Nikki Reed’s movies accept for this one and Twilight. What are some of her other movies that you thought were good?

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Moe says :

My favourite film with Nikki Reed is “In Your Eyes” (2014). Although the movie doesn’t revolve around her, she does have a meaty role and it’s a really good romance movie, quite underrated. “Balls Out” (2014), was a fantastic sports comedy film that had her in a lead role. She was gorgeous and it was nice to see her in a different sort of role than the ones were used to seeing in either Twilight or the many horror movies that she couldn’t pull of successfully.

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