Clickbait (2019) - Comedy, Horror, Thriller

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A college student who will do just about anything for Internet fame is kidnapped by a fan, and her reluctant roommate is the only one who can save her in this horror satire of popularity culture.

IMDB: 6.2
Director: Sophia Cacciola
Stars: Colby Stewart, Brandi Aguilar
Length: 80 Minutes
PG Rating: N/A
Reviews: 1 out of 30 found boring (3.33%)

One-line Reviews (14)

Most of the supporting cast were decent, for the most partThe film is well-shot and the sound is good, but the pacing is off.

So a lot of times the plot gets confusing.

That is a very intriguing aspect to tackle and I enjoyed that.

Enjoyable Satire .

There's unnecessary slow mos that repeat in a shower that serve no substance whatsoever.

It's entertaining.

With a micro budget, the filmmakers successfully make an entertaining and endearing genre entry not easily pigeonholed.

I thought the movie was entertaining enough.

pretty entertaining .

A lot of the stalking scenes go on way too long and and the toot strudel inserts are out-of-place and not as funny as the filmmakers think it is.

I think the 2 young lead actresses make the movie worth watching with their performances, with the otherwise just "okay" script and plot holes.

This happens way too much, with both lefties AND righties engaging in this behavior, lambasting art and businesses they never used or saw just to score empty political points on the internet.

I'm usually one of those people that already has the ending figured out early on (and has to bite his tongue not to spoil it for fellow viewers), but this one was completely unpredictable.

Unlike some of the more mainstream films in this genre, Clickbait offers a unique and entertaining storyline with a deep message about millennial culture and its dangerous obsession with fame.