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This movie contains 35 potentially triggering events.
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AReichel31
You hear a dog barking in the background of Val's video, but that's it. No yelps, no sudden cut offs. Just barks. No harm befalls the pooch.
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MajaLouiseVesterdorfLange
There's no horse.
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AReichel31
No animal is shown. You hear a dog barking, but never see the dog, and it is not harmed.
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AReichel31
No animal is shown. You hear a dog barking, but never see the dog, and it is not harmed.
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MajaLouiseVesterdorfLange
There's no cat.
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Does a pet die?
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Are there bugs?
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MajaLouiseVesterdorfLange
Maybe not, but minds are being played with, big-time.
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mitmop
not long-term; only a few hours (isolated incident)
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bruug
A character is implied to have been abused by a family member as a child; nothing is depicted visually or described in any detail.
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csbyron1
Lots of boyfriend-screaming-at-girlfriend over the phone though
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Anonymous
The spirit antagonizing the friends was previously bullied by them
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gutsybug9
Photos of the characters smoking marijuana out of a bong are shown, and there are photos of characters incapacitated after drinking heavily throughout the film. One of them is cited to be drunk onscreen, though he isn't shown drinking
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AReichel31
Adam appears drunk
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Not physically, no. But the main characters are told if they sign off of a Skype call, they’ll die
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strawberryboba
There’s a reference to a girl being roofied and forced to get an abortion, but it’s never shown and only referenced quickly the once.
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petezaparti
It's only briefly mentioned and never shown, but a character is forced to admit that he drugged a girl and r*ped her while she was unconscious
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gutsybug9
No shaving is shown, but there are various torture sequences where characters are cut. One of them puts his hand in a blender and another impales himself in the eye. Both are projected pretty heavily and brief, so they're easy to skip if you know what to look for (see my notes on Hand mutilation & Eye mutilation sections!)
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MajaLouiseVesterdorfLange
No, but someone is killed through the eye, so to speak.
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AReichel31
SPOILER


Kind of. Jess is killed by a hot curling iron being shoved down her throat.
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WesAndersonRocksMySocks
A man puts his hand in a blender in the movie’s bloodiest scene
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Someone stabs himself
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gutsybug9
One character is killed via an object impaling his eye. This scene is graphic, but brief, and like the other torture sequences in the film, it has a scene leading up to it that signals what's going to happen-- when Blair tells Laura that Mitch is the one who posted the video, the screen freezes, and then this scene occurs.
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one of the characters sticks his hand into a blender
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madlittlegayboy
There is bodily trauma in the movie including a scene where (SPOILERS) one of the characters, Ken shreds his hand in a blender but i wouldn't say it is excessive
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petezaparti
A character has an active curling iron forced down their throat
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Multiple characters hyperventilate throughout also
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gutsybug9
Both physical and psychological torture happen throughout this movie. If physical torture is triggering to you, there's a long and suspenseful moment involving the screen freezing on each character before they're harmed and the torture scenes are brief, so it should be easy to skip or look away. However, psychological torture is constantly present-- it is the theme of this movie, as a girl who committed suicide torments her cyberbullies from the afterlife by forcing them to reveal their secrets, turn on each other, etc. so this may not be the movie for you if that is a trigger
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Someone puts his hand in a blender
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gutsybug9
No full amputation occurs in the film, only mutilation of body parts
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gutsybug9
No seizures are shown, but one character dies on camera and the others speculate that it may have been a seizure, as she had a history of them in the past. It is proven to not have been a seizure, but the conversation goes on for a while. This is early in the movie and involves the first death.
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reacc18
photograph of a suicide by hanging is pulled up multiple times over the course of the film
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petezaparti
Sort of. The whole movie consists of minors, some of whom are sexually active with each other. But it's done in a way that's realistic to teens their age and not exploitative.
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AReichel31
All of the characters are still in high school
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gutsybug9
This is a big plot point and can be very triggering. The main character is revealed to have cheated on her boyfriend with another manor character, who was his best friend. Multiple pictures and a (brief and non-graphic, but very clearly sexual) video are shown of the act. It is revealed that they had this affair multiple times, and a lot of emotional discussion is had.
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Anonymous
Yeah. A good example would be the ending scene.
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petezaparti
There are knives and the blades inside a blender, but no razors
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gutsybug9
The physical act of possession is not depicted graphically, but possession does occur for almost every character. There are multiple brief yet graphic torture scenes depicting the characters killing themselves in a variety of painful ways, caused by the apparition of a deceased girl whom they bullied possessing them for revenge.
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gutsybug9
The main antagonist of the movie is a ghost who torments the bullies that pushed her to suicide. She is present throughout the entire film
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neneyashro
No farts are on screen but Ken mentions that he's going to be farting due to eating salsa. You don't hear anything though ^^.
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Someone mentions how he's going to fart later on in the evening, but he never does
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weremound
Not actively, you only see an aftermath. The video that humiliated the now ghost shows that she passed out drunk and soiled herself. Feces and urine.
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gutsybug9
There is no vomit. The votes are polarized because there is a scene where one character is killed by a hot curling iron being shoved down her throat, but she does not vomit. There is some blood that can be seen coming out of her mouth, but no vomit. There is no gagging as she appears already dead. If you want to skip this scene to be safe, it occurs after a heavily projected scene where Jess is being pursued by Laura in her bathroom. There is no triggering audio, just her friends screaming. The scene is pretty brief, but is followed by a photograph being posted of the scene once more afterwards.
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Anonymous
A spirit who completed suicide is violent to living people, if that counts
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There are some glitchy sounds that are meant to be reminiscent of using Skype on a spotty internet connection
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Throughout the movie the main character is quote "freaking out" and breathing shallowly but it's not really an attack
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petezaparti
Not unless you count successful attempts, in which case there are many
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csbyron1
First suicide is by gunshot to the head, not cutting. Other suicides (in order) include drinking bleach, hand and throat in a blender, another gunshot to the head, curling iron down the throat, and stabbing.
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mitmop
mentions of rumor. no triggering content.
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MajaLouiseVesterdorfLange
Yes, but only because a ghost is making them.
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No "I'll kill myself", lots of "Kill yourself"
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neneyashro
It's all on webcam but there's lots of times where the characters webcams shake and Blaires screen glitches out.
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csbyron1
Not quite strobe, but videos glitch a lot
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Does a baby cry?
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Anonymous
Nobody talks to the viewer and there’s no implication that the film can harm the viewer. But there is a lot directed toward the camera since it’s video calls. If you watch it on a computer, it might look like the movie is really happening on your screen since it’s a screen captured movie. The opening studio logo intentionally glitches, which plays into this. But it never directly suggests the movie is happening on the viewer’s real computer.
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Anonymous
Pregnancy is mentioned but not shown
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WesAndersonRocksMySocks
A character’s abortion is discussed. Nothing on-screen though

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Sexist hate speech
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When Blaire uses a website for random videochats one user has it in their bio
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vienna
written in a chat
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weremound
The whole cast is (presumedly) white.
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weremound
The movie opens with a strip tease. The main character unbuttons her shirt and isn't wearing a bra underneath, but the most you see is her underwear. Later, there is a video of the beginning phases of two people having sex, the most sexual thing that happens is the guy removes the girl's pants and kisses her legs. It lasts no more than 10 seconds.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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MajaLouiseVesterdorfLange
We get a hint that a deceased girl may have been sexually abused by an uncle of hers as a child, but it isn't actually said, and nothing hinting at incest is shown in visuals.
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Is there BDSM?
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Anonymous
You don’t see anything that would need to be covered by a swimsuit
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Anonymous
The opening scene is panning up a teen girl’s legs as she teases her boyfriend over video chat. This character has her legs in frame quite a bit for a movie that all takes place in Zoom windows. But she is also a character outside of that.
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twindrill
The main character is caught for what she did and is attacked much like the girl she had harassed before. It ends with the undead spirit of said girl suddenly closing the laptop, jumpscaring (and presumably killing) her.
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weremound
A crashed car is mentioned but there are no car crashes on screen.
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MajaLouiseVesterdorfLange
TWO suicides by gun.
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