Followers

Synopsis: A social media couple's camping trip is ruined by filmmakers making a documentary on how easy it is to track someone down off social media and kill them.
Genre: Thriller
 
IMDB:
5.6
Year:
2017
9 Views


[phone ringing]

Wake up, bitch.

[stephanie groans]

What time is it?

8:
30.

In the morning?

Three miles five days a week.

Who is that?

I don't even know who that is.

You're such a slut.

I wanna get out of here.

Steph, that's your apartment.

I don't even care.

Cassie?

Cassie?

There's a car here.

Is there anyone else out there?

Somebody broke the window.

Cassie, you should

just call the cops.

Cassie!

Cassie!

[cassie screams]

Stephanie!

Cassie!

[music playing]

What's up, Cookies?

It is Rookie Cookie and we are

on Day 17 of my 30 day work

out challenge.

Hey, Caleb here.

People ask me all the time what

type of supplements I take.

I just wanted to show you a

quick and easy ab workout.

I want to share with you

a very unique exercise.

Chin up right into a muscle up.

Well, as you can see right

now, I'm getting ready

and I'm going on a date.

This really cute guy,

Caleb, asked me out.

Yesterday's date

was pretty awesome.

Brooke is really fun and I'm...

[click]

Babe, it's time to wake up.

I got some coffee.

I got coffee.

There we go.

It's hot.

It's hot.

What's the matter?

Why are you so camera shy?

Because I don't

have any make up on.

Come on.

Come on.

Just sip some coffee.

All right.

I'm going to have to

put this camera down.

It's time to wake up.

It's time to wake up.

It's time to wake up.

It's time to wake up.

What time is it?

It's time to wake up.

I think you know

what time it is.

Wake up.

Wake up.

Wake up.

[shower running]

Oh!

No way!

That's so not right.

Hey, guys!

Brooke and Caleb here.

We're just about all packed up.

Pretty excited.

We have about a four

hour drive ahead of us.

Babe, I want to make sure

I don't forget anything.

We've got the tent,

cooler, chairs, yoga mat,

you've got the camera.

Do you have extra batteries?

No.

And there goes my boyfriend.

Always forgetting things.

But yeah, pretty excited.

It's my first time camping.

As you all know, it's

our one year anniversary.

So gonna...

[car alarm going off]

Oh!

Hey, Pete.

Hey.

You scared me.

You guys going somewhere?

Yeah, we're about to go camping

for the weekend actually.

We're just finishing packing up.

About to leave...

That's cool.

...here in a minute.

That's cool.

Yeah.

You want me to watch your

place while you're gone?

No, I think we'll be OK.

But thank you.

What's with the...

Oh, yeah.

I'm just finishing one

of our video blogs.

You know.

Oh, yeah.

You guys post them on

the internet, right?

Yeah.

That's cool.

Would you like to be in one?

I'm just about to kind of...

Oh, yeah.

No.

That'd be cool.

Hey, what's up?

I'm Pete.

I'm the neighbor.

It's Pete.

If you've got a

problem with this girl,

you've got to come see me

'cause I'll sort you out.

He's got it for a while.

He's a pretty nice guy.

So...

Yup.

...just wanted to

say hi to everyone.

I want to give a shout out.

I just started selling cars

at my uncle's dealership,

so if you...

We better get going, guys.

Hey.

Hey, Pete.

What's up.

Hey.

Hey, man.

Have fun on your camping trip.

Thanks!

What's the matter?

You couldn't afford a hotel.

Yeah.

No, no.

Hey, thanks for watching.

Cool, man.

Let's hang out sometime.

Oh, you betcha.

Oh, my god.

Why do you talk to him?

He walked up to me.

What do you expect?

Just ignore him.

Yeah.

The guy's...

I can't just ignore him.

Freaking everywhere.

He's a person.

He's a nice guy.

He offered to...

Oh, my god, bro.

That's frickin' weird.

He's just curious.

I'm not even looking at him.

I don't care.

Oh, OK.

That's bizarre.

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