Diane Lane pursues of a serial killer who sets up death machines that activate when the Website www.killwithme.com is visited.
This horrific take on Flowers for Algernon finds Jeff Fahey computerized, uploaded, and dishing out digital beat downs.
Patrick Wilson learns this movie's lesson the hard way after hooking up with an underage girl in an chat room and meeting her in real life.
This Wes Craven adaptation flopped, but it does have the dubious distinction of featuring what's arguably the first-ever suicide by Ethernet cable.
Stephen Dorff plays a detective investigating a creepy death linked to a torture-porn Website that drives most who visit it completely mad.
This 1993 flick gives you the best of both worlds: a human serial killer (Ted Marcoux) who, in death, is transferred into a computer.
Based on the Dean Koontz novel of the same name, this flick centers on Proteus, an evil computer seeking to spawn.
One of Edward Furlong's more random roles finds him playing a computer game that hypnotizes.
Clint Howard's character in this early example is a much-maligned outcast (of course) who finds a way to contact the Devil through a computer.
The action here kicks off when meetings in Internet chat rooms lead to dalliances with killers.