The film was shot in and around Portland, Oregon. A temporary studio was constructed in Clackamas, Oregon, where all non-location photography was done, mostly interiors, including the FBI's cyber division, Jennifer Marsh's house, the FBI building elevator, several basements, etc. A scene set on the east end of the Broadway Bridge was shot both on the actual bridge as well as at the studio. A faux diner was built underneath the Broadway bridge, which was used in the movie. The birthday party for Perla Haney-Jardine's character Annie was filmed in the roller skating rink of Oaks Amusement Park.
- 1 Christopher YoungUntraceable 2:19
- 2 Christopher YoungMissing Flowers 2:39
- 3 Christopher YoungDeath After Life After Death 2:32
- 4 Christopher YoungSession Locked 6:31
- 5 Christopher YoungAcid Decomposition 5:26
- 6 Christopher YoungGouldylocks 2:27
- 7 Christopher YoungViewer Executioners 4:07
- 8 Christopher YoungNet Nuts 2:42
- 9 Christopher YoungIncinerated In Cement 7:17
- 10 Christopher YoungBlinking the Code 4:44
- 11 Christopher YoungKill With Me 4:17
- 12 RenholderKill With Me (Website Theme) 3:55
|Runtime||1 hr 40 min|
|Budget||$35 000 000|
|Premiere: World||$52 933 513 January 25, 2008|
|USA||$28 687 835|
|Other countries||$24 245 678|
|Box Office – Budget||$17 933 513|
|Premiere: USA||$28 687 835 January 22, 2008|
|first day||$3 719 238|
|Digital: World||May 13, 2008|
|Parental Advisory||Frightening & Intense Scenes, Violence & Gore, Profanity|
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|Also Known As|| |
Streaming Evil (United States)
DescriptionFBI agent Jennifer Marsh is tasked with hunting down a seemingly untraceable serial killer who posts live videos of his victims on the Internet. As time runs out, the cat and mouse chase becomes more personal.
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