Following the huge success of Meelah Adams and Erdal Ceylan's Selfie From Hell, I had a think about the modern horror movies that use social media as a tool for terror.
In the noughties era of tech, it was phones (One Missed Call), television (Ring), games (Stay Alive) and reality shows (My Little Eye) that were out to get us.
But the success of Twitch has shown that the demand is there, and it likely provided a catalyst for live-streaming to break in on smartphones when Meerkat dropped in February.
Meerkat quickly became popular, was used by a bunch of celebrities like Jimmy Fallon, and the app showed that live-streaming might have found a spot in mainstream social networking. Within two weeks of Meerkat’s debut, Twitter took away Meerkat's ability to automatically follow people on their Twitter profiles (Meerkat uses Twitter accounts for practically everything).
"Social Redroom"When zombies hit, a bunch of kids have nothing but social media at hand to communicate with each other — and try to find a way out of the gut-guzzlin' hell their school has become.
Released: 2014Main Social Media Featured: Chatroulette, a.k.a.
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I am buying it for my brother and i want it to be a surprise gift.They think he's only a little older than they are, and the bolder of the two friends goes out to meet him. Then her friend goes looking for her and finds answers best left alone. Released: 2012Main Social Media Featured: Chatroulette Smiley is an urban legend; a guy with a horribly mutilated face who "did it for the lulz." A surprisingly effective slasher with a striking villain for millennial horror fans.Released: 2013 Main Social Media Featured: Facebook, a.k.a.Hi there im trying to sell my car via trade me and auto trader and have come across a person sending texts via a 990 number then asking to email via an email adress : lisawoods77 @ There reply is this "Hi, The Car is okay by me and i am also willing to go with your price.Live-streaming isn’t anything new to the Internet: cam-girls make thousands off of streaming, Chatroulette shows us that we're willing to talk to strangers (to a point) in video chat rooms, and Twitch proves that people will stream or watch a stream as long as they have a similar interest, like gaming.