Follow Ratter (2015) Emma, a graduate student living alone in NYC, is being watched by a stalker who hacks into the technology that surrounds her - laptop, cell phone, and other web connected devices. This obsession continues to grow as the hacker records Emma's most intimate moments. When the thrill of watching isn't enough, the situation escalates to a dangerous and terrifying level. 6.6 Average User Rating 7 votes Rate This Item Your Rating: 0 Submit User Reviews (0) Write A Review Release Year:2015Genre:Crime, Horror, Predator, Stalker, Violent CrimesTagline:Someone who hacks personal devices to stalk their victims' lives.Plot Setting:TBD (Pending Review)Camera Type:Phone, Spy Camera, WebcamFilming Reason:Psychopathic/Sociopathic Collector, Surveillance Footage, Video ChatDirector:Branden KramerWriter:Branden KramerCast:Alex Cranmer, Ashley Benson, Dylan Chalfy, Jason Kolotouros, Jeremy Fiorentino, John Anderson, Jon Bass, Kaili Vernoff, Karl Glusman, Matt McGorry, Michael William Freeman, Rebecca Naomi Jones, Tali Custer, Ted KochCountry:USALanguage:EnglishProduction Company:Start Motion PicturesBudget:$1MRuntime:80 minBudget Range:$1M - $9MRegion:North AmericaFilm Type:FeatureFilm Title:Ratter (2015) Videos Ratter (2015) – Found Footage Trailer March 8, 2016 No Comments 222 views Images See All Images No items found. Latest News See All News No items found. Rudism I thought this was really well done. I did feel like a bit of a creeper watching it–there are several moments in this film where if my wife walked by there probably would have been some awkward explaining to do. The pacing was slow, but the good kind of slow where tension actually builds up over the course of the movie. I recognized the main cast from other movies and TV shows, which somewhat ruins the found footage vibe, but I didn’t mind too much since everything was so well put together and the acting is quite good. There’s also a bit of a soundtrack–eerie background music/sounds play to add atmosphere to some of the creepier scenes. It’s very subtle so you might not even notice it (which was probably their intent), but it can kill the mood a bit if you do. Overall I really enjoyed this and would definitely recommend giving it a go.