Synopsis: When the participants of an internet chat room are brutally murdered in succession, one person's past holds the key to the gruesome mystery.
Genre: Crime, Drama, Horror
Director(s): Robbie Bryan
Production: Anchor Bay Entertainment
  2 wins.
94 min

Those are big words for a janitor.

lf you don't want what I've got, fine.

No no, what-- what you got?

I'm listening.

Nah. Huh-uh, you first.

- Me first about what?

- About my deal.

Oh, no, baby.

You ain't getting none of this.

- I don't want none of that.

- Yes, you do.

- Maybe I do.

- Uh-huh.

- Listen, what I want is knowledge.

- Knowledge?

Yeah, computer knowledge--

just like yourself.

- Ah. Now that I can help you with.

- Yeah.

But first I want to know

what's going on in that building.

I want you to know, Amy,

that this is good work--

very good work--

but it's mechanical.


I don't understand.

Well, there's a lot of citation

and you show tremendous insight,

but what I'm not hearing

is your voice, you know?

Your voice.

I tried.

I know you tried.

It's obvious you tried,

but I want you to try again--

this time with passion.

- Yes, Professor.

- Good.

Now show me what you've got.

You know, I always did have

a thing for a brilliant mind.

You don't say?

Have a beautiful day, Amy.

Ah. Miss Mulroney.

I trust everything

went well last evening?

It was wonderful.

I really feel like I'm starting

to get my message across.


That calls for a celebration.

Well, I tried calling you

at home last night...

- discuss a problem

- I'm having with one of my students.

- Oh, really?

- Mmm.

- What time was that?

- I don't know-- 9:00ish?

- Ah. Bad timing.

Oh, that's right.

Heaven forbid I try to call you

during your precious chat night.

Are you jealous

of my cyberbuddies, Allie?

Well, if you want role-playing, Michael,

- all you have to do is ask.

- All done, Professor.

Ah. Have a good day, Jerry.

Have a nice afternoon.

Well, that was subtle.

I thought we agreed

to be discreet?

Well, it's hard to put

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