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Check out the rest of the list and the original article by clicking here.Truly a twisted gem, BB is a reluctantly fabulous and insightful thriller from director C.J. Wallis that probes uncomfortably deep into life of a webcam worker and the mind of her unknown and violently obsessive No. 1 voyeur. The cast of BB are previously unknown actors and the movie itself was shot with a two person crew and financed from the very pockets of director Wallis himself.Recommended for fans of Creep and Megan is Missing, BB draws its fear from the very taboo reality the film showcases. It's nothing far fetched, from not only the dangers of working in adult entertainment but the underestimated strength of a jaded woman.
When a stalker latches onto an internet stripper, the results are uncomfortable to watch. From a self funded film by director/writer CJ Wallis this could have been a forgettable entry to a genre that has been done better on bigger budgets yet it is the central role of "Candy Cummings", played by Jennifer Mae, that really shines. Delivering a raw performance and barring all, her role is much more than to stand and look good. The emotion in her character and the drive that funds her career choice become all too real and it is Mae who brings this heartbreaking character to life.Click Here to view all the awards & nominees on their site.
This was the biggest surprise of 2016 for me. A simple, self financed movie about camgirls became one of my favorite films of the year. It is bold, chaotic fun that eventually shows the downfall of mental illness and self medication. Besides all of that high mindedness, it is also a story about a woman on the edge who is being stalked by an unhinged veteran.You can check out Blaine's original BB Review here.