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Full review If you're going to go out wearing a short skirt, you'd best wear some panties, because you never know when and where Jessy is going to strike next.
The guy is a "real upskirt hunter" and he's always on the prowl with his camera.
But unlike the first entries in those two long-running horror franchises, this potentially absorbing variation on found-footage scares too quickly devolves into a series of creaky slasher-flick clichés that hail from the pre-digital era of "Halloween" and "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre". It is too bad "The Den"—which refers to a web-cam chat site based on a service called Chatroulette, where you can switch from user to user randomly—doesn't better capitalize on its somewhat nifty setup.
Helping matters considerably is debut director Zachary Donohue's choice of leading lady as his heroine, Elizabeth.
"I love a man that knows what he wants - someone who isn't afraid to act out his fantasies with me.