My Little Eye

My Little Eye

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Picking up where the multitudes of late '90s/early 2000s reality-based television shows left off is the unexpectedly shocking horror film My Little Eye, from director Marc Evans. Five twentysomethings are assembled to live together for a period of six months in a house specially outfitted with a bevy of webcams in order to collect a one million prize. The one major caveat being if anyone abandons the house prior to the end of the six-month period, no one will win anything. After introducing the different characters -- intelligent Danny (Stephen O'Reilly), slacker Rex (Kris Lemche), frat boy Matt (Sean CW Johnson), good girl Emma (Laura Regan), and actress wannabe Charlie (Jennifer Sky) -- the story jumps ahead to the last few days before the scheduled end of the contest. At this point, it becomes apparent that outside forces are somehow manipulating certain events within the house, and the household is sent into chaos as one of the participants is found dead. Another participant receives an ominous note, and shortly thereafter, the remaining participants begin to realize the true intensity of their mortal peril. My Little Eye premiered at the 2002 Locarno International Film Festival.

Product Details

Release Date: 04/27/2004
UPC: 0025192336225
Original Release: 2002
Rating: R
Source: Universal Studios
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Time: 1:36:00
Sales rank: 15,989

Special Features

Closed Caption; Deleted scenes; Feature commentary with director Marc Evans and producer Jon Finn; Eavesdrop on the conversations of "The Company"; The making of My Little Eye; Reality show contest auditions

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Sean CW Johnsohn Matt
Kristopher Lemche Rex
Stephen O'Reilly Danny
Laura Regan Emma
Jennifer Sky Charlie
Bradley Cooper Travis Patterson
Nick Mennell Cop

Technical Credits
Marc Evans Director
Marguerite Arnold Editor
Tim Bevan Executive Producer
Eric Fellner Executive Producer
Jonathon Finn Producer
Alan Greenspan Producer
David Hilton Original Story,Producer,Screenwriter
Laura McNutt Art Director
Bias Postproduccion Score Composer
Stuart Renfrew Asst. Director
Jim Rillie Sound/Sound Designer
Kate Rose Costumes/Costume Designer
Crispian Sallis Production Designer
Hubert Taczanowski Cinematographer
Jane Villiers Producer
James Watkins Screenwriter
Natascha Wharton Executive Producer
Christopher Zimmer Executive Producer

Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. If Anybody Leaves, Everyone Loses [3:16]
2. Creepy Ass House [3:00]
3. Stalker [2:32]
4. A Bad Omen [3:41]
5. Twisted Mind [1:07]
6. Sick Bitch [4:14]
7. They Still Love Us [:47]
8. Raise the Stakes [2:50]
9. There's Someone Out There [3:44]
10. I Told You I Could... [1:49]
11. Civil, Polite and Honest [4:01]
12. Travis's Backpack [1:02]
13. Just Part of the Game [5:02]
14. Game Over, Right? [:28]
15. Ever Heard of a Snuff Site? [6:08]
16. They're Still Playing [:50]
17. The Fear [4:28]
18. Are You There? [:58]
19. Out There [1:01]
20. Nothing to Worry About [2:53]
21. Always Five Suckers [1:46]
22. End Titles [:23]

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My Little Eye 1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie about 5 people who sign up to participate in a reality tv game show gives us a new perspective on the depth of reality television. 5 people are placed in an abandoned house for a period of time. Their objective: to stay in it and win the prize money worth around $5 MIL. The catch: if anyone leaves the confines of the house, everyone loses. The games that 'The Company' (The Company is the party hosting this game) play with the contestants go far and beyond sanity and start to drive the 5 people into the deep end. What is chilling about this movie is how the reality game show is not quite what it seemed to be and what it has yet to become....