Dark Web

Synopsis: An anthology compiled from short horror films involving the internet.
72 min

Hi everyone, here's

your homegirl, Nikki.

I'm back to show you this

amazing eye tutorial today.

What I like to do is always

use my amazing

color design palate.

And we're gonna work our way

all the way out to the side,

make sure you have

full coverage, gorge.

Oh my god, do you see

how pretty that looks?


Now we're gonna take it to

our little stunted brush.

This is what I like to call it

because it has

shorter bristles here,

so it's better for

the contouring.

Work it, work, work.

Fabulous, and we're gonna

move over to our mascara

which is our final touch,

and I like to use NYC Sky Rise.

And yeah, we're just gonna

get started on our mascara.

And I love to start at the base,

and move my way inside.

So we're gonna just start here.

Can you hear me?

All right.

Yeah, it's almost time,

she'll be here soon.

Now, you're not gonna show

this to anyone, right?


I mean, it's not like

you haven't done it, too.

Now you better

remind the musicians

that we expect them

to be there at 7:30,

the dinner start

promptly at eight.

Yes, sir.

Oh, be sure and

check with the florist too.

Yes, sir.

Now I want you

to follow through

on every single detail.

It's a very important affair.

I don't want

anything to go wrong.

Now don't you worry, just

leave everything to me.

She bought herself

one of there new evening gowns

with a mini skirt.

Oh, how'd she look?


She was seven feet tall.

Well, is

there anything else

that you want me

to take care of?

Oh no, if any

emergencies come up,

I'm afraid I'm gonna ask you

to give up your lunch hour.

That's quite all right, sir,

anything to help out sir.

Well, I'm scheduled to

pick up Mr. Hellerington

at the airport.

I had to.

You knew.


Oh yeah.

I'm sorry Claire,

but I need the weekend

to make my deadline.

I'll take Amy next week.

Look, just tell her I love

her and I'll call her later.


okay, bye.

Hey, Matt, wait a sec.

They left your mail

in my box again.

Sorry Henry, I'll

call the post office

first thing in the morning.

No worries, big

storm coming in.

Better stay in tonight.

I got a lot of

work ahead of me.

Good night, Henry.


There's a severe

weather advisory

for the next 24 hours.

Expect 25 to 30

centimeters overnight

with freezing rain to

cap the morning commute.

It's gonna be a long cold night

with temperatures

dropping to minus 18

with the windchill making it

a bone-numbing minus 35 degrees.

Folks, this is a nearly unprecedented

extreme weather event.

The last winter storm of

this magnitude on record

was the Great White

Crush of 1978.

Will tonight's storm

top those numbers?

We'll keep up posted.

So stay in keep

warm and get rested,

'cause tomorrow you're

gonna have to dig out.

Back to you, Rick.

Thanks Bill, okay, speaking

of the Great White Crush,

do you remember what you were

doing 30 years ago today?

I know I sure do.

I was helping dear old dad.



My God, what the f***?

How're you doing this?


You're the sick pervert.

Whoa, pervert?

I don't know how

this is happening.

I just woke up and

there you were.

Maybe it's the storm,

the power must've went out.

I guess our signals got crossed.

Did you lose your power too?

Yeah, for a second.

It's okay, relax.

Don't worry, I can't hurt you.

Look, this isn't

funny anymore.

I wanna know how

you're doing this.

I'm not, I swear.

Look, my name's Matt

Reed and I live here

at 144 Dunfield Court.

And I'm not spying on you.

Wait, what?

I'm not spying on you.

No, your address, what did

you say your address was?

144 Dunfield Court.

Impossible, no.

You live here too, don't you?

Why are you doing this to me?

What's the date?


The date?

February 21.

The year?


'Kay, look.

It's gonna sound really crazy,

I'm in your apartment right now.

What, you're upstairs?

But not in 1978.

I'm in my,

well, I'm in our apartment

in the year 2008.


Okay, then, you're nuts.


No, no, no, wait, wait, wait.

Don't switch it off.

I can prove it.

I'm listening.

What's your name?

What are you doing?


our conversation.

What's your name?


What's your name?

What are you doing?


our conversation.

What's your name?


Okay, that was pretty damn cool.

If you're really

from the future,

then I'm gonna need proof.

Nobody's gonna believe me.

I can hardly believe it myself.

I'm gonna get my camera,

back in a minute.

It's in here somewhere.

Found it.

What's that?

It's a computer.

Of course, it's the future.

Well, everything's

smaller now-a-days.

I've got to show this

to my professor tomorrow.

Wanna see?

So, how did you get the photo?

It was

in my mail today.

Yeah, but who sent it to you?

There was

no return address.

Maybe you sent it to me.

Why would I do that?

I don't know, to prove

this really happened?

Maybe it's the storm.

It's been snowing

here for hours.

Here, too.

That's it.

That's probably what's

f***ed everything up.

I think.

You have no idea what

you're talking about, do you?

No, not a clue.

You're a student, aren't you?

Yeah, fourth year law.

Hey, do you wanna know

what you're doing in '08?

What do you mean?

I could type your name

into a search engine

on the internet,

and I could tell you what

you've done in your life.

The internet?

What's that?

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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