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  • Actors: Gabrielle Anwar, William Forsythe, Tony Todd, Frank Grillo, Charles Durning
  • Directors: Robbie Bryan
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Platform Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 8 Mar. 2010
  • Run Time: 99 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • ASIN: B002T5QMBA
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 138,383 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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From the producers of the cult hit, Jerome Bixby s The Man From Earth, comes a horror thriller that will have you on the edge of your seat until the very end.

When the members of an online social networking website are brutally murdered in succession, one person s past holds the key to the gruesome mystery. As the number of survivors decreases, they begin to believe that the killer might be one of the groups.

iMurders features an all-star cast including Tony Todd (Candyman, The Rock), Terri Colombino (As The World Turns), two time Academy Award® nominee Charles Durning (O Brother Where Art Thou), William Forsythe (88 Minutes, The Devil s Rejects), Gabrielle Anwar (Scent Of A Woman, Burn Notice), Frank Grillo (Prison Break, Edge Of Darkness), Wilson Jermaine Heredia (Rent, Flawless), Billy Dee Williams (Fanboys, Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back), Margaret Colin (Independence Day, Gossip Girl) and Joanne Baron (Spider-Man 2, School For Scoundrels), in this suspenseful, award winning thriller where everyone is a suspect... until they get murdered. No one is safe in cyberspace!

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This is a murder mystery. You attempt to figure out the killer from the sketchy clues. The movie cuts the scene before it gives you the information one would need to solve the mystery. This technique is used in many such films, but in this one it was overdone and too obvious, as it appears to be a tool substituted for a lack of writing skills.

We know the beginning is a clue. A man is having an affair. The computer in the room is turned on and his wife comes home and catches them. The typical argument ensues followed by a gun shot. Who were these people? Who got killed? Who did the killing? We never find out until the end as knowing the relationship between the people in the story might make solving the mystery easier. The movie deliberately plants clues to lead one astray from the real killer.

Movie contains sexual situations, brief nudity, girl/girl action, violence, blood, and slight gore.
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x98948858) out of 5 stars 14 reviews
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x98cd86c0) out of 5 stars Won Best Picture at Chicago Horror Fest! 30 Sept. 2009
By Jym Cherry - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I saw iMurders at the Chicago Horror festival where some of the cast and crew was in attendance and director Robbie Bryan was awarded the best feature length picture of the festival.

iMurders is about seven friends who are members of a chat room on FaceSpace, a combination of Facebook and Myspace, one of their number is a Hollywood special effects artist with a flare for the theatrical and every month he invents a new game for them to play. When they start playing his latest game, members of the chatroom start turning up dead, and in gruesome ways. While none of the murders is especially explicit there is a fair amount of gore but most of the shock is supplied by quick edits and what you think you may see. I don't think it will disappoint enthusiasts of the genre.

The casting is also outstanding. William Forsthye stars and his voice and his presence on screen is a sinister menace. Another casting coup is Charles Durning with a small role as a psychiatrist. And Tony Todd of Candyman fame extends his horror credentials here, but not as the murderer (that would be too obvious!) plays FBI agent Washington, who is trying to solve the mystery before the entire chatroom is murdered.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x988a066c) out of 5 stars How Brooke Lewis and Tony Todd ALMOST saved this film! 5 Dec. 2009
By Trevor Wright - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Being a big fan of indie films, especially horror and suspense, I had heard a lot of talk about iMurders. So I bought it sight unseen. It should have been a rental. I would love to explain the plot (s) to you but I'm afraid if I even attempt it my head will explode. Yes, it's that nonsensical! Something about a contest amongst webcam friends and then there is a murderer picking them off one by one. Oh, and then Charles Durning and some Asian chick show up in therapy sessions followed by Billy Dee Williams and Gabrielle Anwar doing something else. But then William Forsythe comes in as a horny college professor followed by the star of the film (some blonde, I forget her name) who happens to be dating the guy down the hall (a reclusive former cop) ... oh, and then some more stuff happens. Look, rent this movie and if you have to buy it buy it for the fact that the hottest actress in recent memory, Brooke Lewis (no offense, Jennifer Love Hewitt) shows that she's not only great to look at but that she can hold her own with the big boys, namely Tony Todd, yes Candyman himself. Together, they're FBI partners on the trail of the film's killer. Which by the way is the only subplot that made a lick of sense. I would love to see a movie with just Brooke Lewis and Tony Todd playing the same roles but in a MUCH better film with MUCH more screen time. They ALMOST saved this movie from being a waste, and would have, had they had more time to showcase their talents. Rent it.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x988a9d2c) out of 5 stars Clever Story Not so Cleverly Executed 17 Oct. 2009
By Dayna Newman Slasher Diva - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
i Murders was a well thought out story with some really great actors including Charles"When A Stranger Calls"Durning ,Tony "Candyman"Todd But both of these actors had virtually ineffective rolls in the film.

I knew from the beginning who the murderer was..I'm not saying everyone will but an avid lover and watcher of these types of movies will spot the culprit right away.

There are actually three storylines going on that intertwine into one..but that was done cleverly.

The blood and gore scale is low..There is one drill scene that is decent but otherwise not much on the gore front.It also lets the viewer see the different personas people take on when their in chatrooms because they can become whomever they want people to believe they are which is usually totally the opposite of reality.So there is an element of voyeurism
that ensues during the chatroom scenes.

The ending was cleverly done as well,and even though I knew who the killer was it was still effective.

This isn't for everyone especially if you're looking for a horror film..It's a murder mystery.

Not bad for a rent but I wouldn't buy it because it's not something I would ever watch again.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9954ca1c) out of 5 stars ANOTHER WHO-DUN-IT 9 July 2010
By The Movie Guy - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
This is a murder mystery. You attempt to figure out the killer from the sketchy clues. The movie cuts the scene before it gives you the information one would need to solve the mystery. This technique is used in many such films, but in this one it was overdone and too obvious, as it appears to be a tool substituted for a lack of writing skills.

We know the beginning is a clue. A man is having an affair. The computer in the room is turned on and his wife comes home and catches them. The typical argument ensues followed by a gun shot. Who were these people? Who got killed? Who did the killing? We never find out until the end as knowing the relationship between the people in the story might make solving the mystery easier. The movie deliberately plants clues to lead one astray from the real killer.

Movie contains sexual situations, brief nudity, girl/girl action, violence, blood, and slight gore.
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x98cd896c) out of 5 stars iLiked it! 16 Oct. 2009
By Matt - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
iMurders is a film about a small group of cyber-friends that meet-up once a week for an online chat. In their voice/video/text chats, the host (a special effects artist) chooses a game to play that lasts all month long. The winner of the final round gets a prize from the host's memorabilia collection.

But being iMurders, things obviously go a lot further than that premise. The month's game is supposed to be a Survivor style game, in which chat members are "knocked off" one by one for saying the pre-determined code word. However, the host of this game is very quickly incapacitated, and the self-ordained replacement host decides the new rules of staying alive in this game.

This film struck me with the number of character actors present... it runs the gamut from Tony Todd and Frank Grillo to the wonderful Gabrielle Anwar. However, even though those names get first billing, the spotlight here is placed on the less recognizable actors, such as Terri Colombino (the lead in iMurders).

Ironically, Colombino bears a striking resemblance to Diane Lane, star of the similarly-themed (if much worse film) Untraceable.

So, with all of these familiar actors finally getting their due, does the film do them justice? For the most part, it actually does! The plot is very interesting, and more interweaving than it seems to be in the first hour of the movie. There haven't been many good movies made about the dangers of "cyber-friends" that you've never met in person. And while the line-writing struggles to express any character's knowledge of the internet (multiple characters stiffly insert the word "computer" in front of other technology-based words, just in case you don't know what a chat room or keyboard is), ultimately the plot matters more than the believability.

By the end, you only have so many options for who the chat room killer may be, and the reveal came way out of left field. It doesn't explain everything in the end though, which leaves you hanging with some plot gaps (such as the FBI's immediate knowledge of the chat room... the FBI didn't even know how to stop 9/11 from happening, so you can't tell me they caught on to the chat room the second its visitors started becoming victims), but I can forgive some things ultimately because the rest of the movie makes up for it easily.
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