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Panic Button [DVD]


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  • Actors: Scarlett Alice Johnson, Jack Gordon, Michael Jibson, Elen Rhys, Joshua Richards
  • Directors: Chris Crow
  • Writers: Chris Crow, Frazer Lee, John Shackleton, David Shillitoe
  • Format: Anamorphic, PAL, Widescreen
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Cine-Britannia
  • DVD Release Date: 7 Nov 2011
  • Run Time: 92 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B005I58O8C
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 30,874 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

Reviews

Four young people win a competition of a lifetime; Jo (Scarlett Alice Johnson Adulthood), Max (Jack Gordon Heartless) Gwen (Elen Rhys - Season Of The Witch) and Dave (Michael Jibson Cemetery Junction) are heading off on an all expenses paid trip to New York courtesy of the social network site All2gethr.com . As they board the private jet, they are asked to relinquish their mobile phones and take part in the in-flight entertainment - a new online gaming experience.

Once airborne the games begin, and it soon becomes evident through a series of twisted and sickening tasks, that the passengers mystery host knows far more than they ever dared imagine, but are they all as innocent as they seem?

Trapped 30,000 feet in the air and with no escape, the four find themselves set on a horrific course, forcing them to play for their lives and leading to a gruesome and bloody twist. A breathless psychological horror film for the 21st century, when you live your life online, there is no Esc...

Special Features:

- Trailer Gallery Trailer / Teaser 1 / Teaser 2 / Teaser 3
- Gag Reel
- Outtake & Deleted Scenes - Outtake Jack Loses It / Deleted Scene 1/ Deleted Scene 2
- Making of Featurette
- Gallery


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3.4 out of 5 stars

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Corey S. Newcombe on 4 Feb 2014
Format: Blu-ray
Four strangers win an all expenses paid flight to New York, thanks to a social network site called Altogether.

Once aboard the flight, they are invited to play a game which could win them prizes, and without reading the terms and conditions, they begin to play.

After a few personal questions, secrets about the four are revealed, much to everyone's disdain, and when the group or individuals refuse to answer a question, a friend on their profile is killed.

Soon the faceless voice turns the group against each other, and guess what? They decide to go for each other.

After reading the reviews of this, I wasn't really looking forward to watching it, but it sounded okay, and I think Johnson is a good actress, so why not.

We are introduced to the group and as soon as you see them, you just know who will die first and why. The cocky tubby one was my first choice, because he was annoying and archetypal in the yuppie sense.

Second was the supposed glamorous one, who did nothing but giggle and/or moan.

The other two I wasn't too sure about. Once the film locates to the plane,it becomes more interesting and it turns out to be a very solid thriller. The DVD cover states its a cross between Saw and Catfish, I get the Catfish connotation, no matter how loose it is, but the Saw one is just to get the numbers up.

It's not gory, it's intelligent, and actually surprised me in the last third. There is a twist of course, but it's really quite clever and for once in a low budget thriller, different.

Well worth seeking out.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By garjobo on 2 Mar 2013
Format: DVD
2 stars for the concept. But was it actually worthy of my time - to spend an hour and a half up in the air with these 4 people. Hummm...probably not, but heck I stuck with it - it slows down a little midway - what film doesnt! - but the difference is...it slows down and your not really caring too much..hence finger hovers over the switch back to tv button.

But give it it's credit, acting was good, it did have some good things to say about social networking today - and certainly was a good homage to the first couple of Saw movies. The pilot scenerio didn't quite work for me - even though his backstory literally could of come from a Saw movie.

Didn't like the ending. Strayed a little too much into darker territory. Not that I expected a rose-tinted End of course.

Not a bad effort overall though. Rare these British movies particularly horror genre so nice to see a half decent one with a uptodate idea for a change.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By M. HARVEY on 9 Nov 2011
Format: DVD
Who hasn't looked at something they shouldn't have online?

This new British horror film takes a look at the murky world of online voyeurism and the deadly consequences for four young people who are invited to take part in a gameshow centred on social media.

The theme of social media (eg. Facebook, Twitter etc) is well known to almost everybody and so you might recognise something of yourself in some of the characters in this film (though it might be hard to admit!). I can see this theme being increasingly popular and this is a pretty good stab(!) at the idea.

The film is well acted, has good pace and some genuinely shocking moments. It took a little while to get going, but the talky stuff is interesting at least.

I highly recommend this film to fans of horror, though it may make you wary of going online again!
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By T Zone on 14 Mar 2012
Format: DVD
If you've ever thought twice about posting something on Twitter or Facebook, then this is the film for you. Unfortunately most people don't, and these are the ones that need to see this scary Brit shocker the most. I live by the online credo of never put anything online that you wouldn't want read back to you in a court room, but even I can see how my online live could affect me like the characters in this film.

The plot is simple, 4 social network people win a trip to New York via an all together social network site (think Facebook). On the small plane on the way over, the actual intentions of the trip are laid bare as the characters have their online life thrown back in the face and are given increasingly horrible tasks to do lest their family members get killed. From there it's a quick decent into the depths people will stoop to when it's to save themselves and their families.

The violence is nasty when it comes, but the main driver of this film is the characters on screen. At first they all seem pleasant nice people you wouldn't mind socialising with, but as it progresses, we quickly see this is not the case. It's quite a cerebral film, and despite its claustrophobic setting, the quality of the performances really carry the action along. If only more modern horror films had this level of character depth and story.

If you liked this film then Panic Button's director Chris Crow's first feature film Devil's Bridge [DVD] is out soon. It's a lot in the same vein as this, small simple story with a great cast. I think he is definitely an exciting new UK director, making classy films for us jaded and fed up fans of horror sick on CGI glossy horror 'product' that seldom satisfies.
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