Season #3 Episode #30
Synopsis: #HORROR is a film about the lives of six young girls, Sam, Georgie, Sofia, Francesca, Cat and Eva played by our ensemble of emerging actresses. Their world is one of money, success, leisure and decadence. This is a film about the HORROR of cyberbullying. This film is an integral insight on the pressure that girls take on as they grow in a world that is increasingly dependent on the promotion and attention that social media platforms provide yet prevent bullying. as well as the roles that parents must play regarding controlling their child's use of the internet and bullying plays such a terrifying role in society. These young girls are telling this story inside a glass mansion, filled with millions of dollars of artwork, as if they were living in a contemporary art museum.
Genre: Comedy, Horror
Original Story by: Yes
Director(s): Tara Subkoff
101 min

That was incredible.

How did you get to be

so extraordinary?

Aah, oh, yeah!

I wanna hear all about..

I can think of better things

to do than to talk..

I'm just excited we get to

go away for our dirty weekend.

What's a dirty weekend?

What is that, a Brit expression?

No, Angelica told me about it.

It's one of those weekends away.

Somewhere you're not

supposed to be with someone

you're not supposed to be with.

Okay, I'm gonna go pack.

Where are you, Harry?

You're thinking of a lie?

I know, sorry.

Look, I have to leave tonight

but I'll be back on Monday,


You know that new artist

I've been watching?

Well, he's about to blow up

and I don't want to miss it.

I'm driving to the airport now.

I don't have a tail number yet

but I'll call you

as soon as I land.

This is bullshit, Harry.

It's our anniversary

for Christ's sake.

Are you with that

20-year-old art advisor?

And what's she advising

you on, really?

Come on, babe, please.

Look, I may not be perfect..

But I'm as perfect

as you're gonna get.


It wasn't real.

It wasn't real, it's not real.

It's not real.

I'm okay.

Everything is okay.

It's gonna be okay.

Are you sure you don't wanna

go to the movies instead?

You know, we could

get a big bucket of popcorn

and I promise I won't ask you

any annoying questions

or say anything embarrassing.

I'll even pretend

I don't know you.

Mom, come on,

I really like these girls.

They're my new friends.

How about that cute girl,

Katie, next door?

I heard she really wants you

to come over, eh..

We can turn around and you can

go hang out with her.

I'm sure she's a lot nicer

than all these new fancy girls.

Katie is 11.

Oh, I'm sorry.

Look, I know Dr. Hutchins

said you're ready

but I just wanna make sure

that you feel ready.

Please don't tell these girls

about your sensitivities.

I know you're still having

nightmares and seeing weird things.

I'm good. Pull over here.

We're still two houses away.

In this neighborhood,

that could be miles.

I'll drive you to the door.

I'm fine. Really.

You're embarrassed of me,

aren't you?

Mom, these girls would die

if they saw me in this car.

You used to love this old turd!

Don't make me feel bad.

Just remember,

money can't buy happiness.

It's usually just more problems.

How would you know?

Alright, come here. Come here.

I love you.

Call me when you're ready

and I'll pick you up.

Mom, I told you,

I'm sleeping over.

This way.

I'll get over and fix it.







Why did you invite her?

We don't even know her.

We don't even like her.

Yeah, and she smells weird.

It's just her breath.

Maybe she's allergic to dairy.

We'll just give her some gum.

Okay, Sophia,

to answer the question.

Why did you invite that

new weird girl to our party?

I didn't, Cat did.

Oh, Cat. What an angel.

Her heart is so pure.

Hi. I'm here.

- Hi, Sam.

- Hi, Sam.

Your house is so cool.

Aww, that's so nice,

I hate it here.

My old house was

so much better and bigger.

My dad says my mom and I

should be so grateful

to be living in an artwork.

- It is pretty cool.

- I guess.

Yeah, my old house

is way bigger than this new one.

I totally hear ya.


Maybe that's because

you get so much more

bang for your buck in Norwalk.

No, we live in Greenwich.

Fake is better.

Yes, Mr. Tao,

but I understand, yes, and, uh

yes, I, uh, thank you so much

for not suspending her.

It means a lot to me.

And I owe you.

Now, listen,

I got to jump off, I'm, uh..

I'm at the hospital

right now actually

and there's

a medical emergency going on

so I have to, uh, I have to go.

I appreciate. Thank you.

You can't just leave, okay?

No matter how bad it gets.

You're 12.

I mean, if it ever gets that

bad, you call me... alright?

That's what you'll do.

Yes, daddy, I agree...

I want you to learn something.

I want you to pay attention,

I want you to focus.

I want you to concentrate.

All this other thing that

you do with your friends

picking on each other,

bullying each..

Whatever it is, I want

you to stop doing that.

That's gonna stop.

You're not gonna remember

any of these people

later in life, alright?

No one's gonna remember

who bullied who.

It's the 7th grade.

Now how bad could just being

there, learning something

and paying attention be?

Do you understand? Yes. Daddy -

The only thing

that matters right now

are getting good grades

and what school you'll get into.

That's it.

It was a huge misunderstanding.

Explain to me how

this is a misunderstanding.

- You just don't get it.

- How... oh, I, okay.

I accept that. I don't get it.

So make me get it.

I wasn't being mean.

It's just how we tag

each other online.

It's.. All the kids do it.

What does that mean?

Tag each other.

It's just..

It's kind of like a nickname.

Like a username.

What - what do you mean?

It doesn't matter, it's fine.

It's just, it's not mean.

That's all you have to know.

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Tara Subkoff

Tara Lyn Subkoff (born December 10, 1972) is an American actress, conceptual artist, director, and fashion designer. Touted as an "it girl" of the late 1990s, Subkoff made her film debut in the thriller When the Bough Breaks (1994) opposite Martin Sheen, and has had supporting roles in As Good as It Gets (1997), The Last Days of Disco (1998), The Cell (2000), and The Notorious Bettie Page (2005). In 2001, she co-founded an art collective-turned-fashion line, Imitation of Christ, which featured pieces hand-sewn solely from recycled vintage and thrift store clothing, and has since worked primarily as a conceptual artist. In 2015, she made her debut as a director with the horror film #Horror (2015), which was picked up for distribution by IFC Midnight. more…

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