Meh thriller features a a solid story concept about a series killer who sets up elaborate SAW-like torture scenarios and puts them online, but with the gimmick that the more people who go onto the website to watch the torture scene, the more intense of the torture and eventual death of the hapless victim. It's an interesting comment on today's voyeuristic culture where many unpleasant things in the media landscape would simply go away if no one watched (i.e. Kardashians, Dance Moms, Lindsay Lohan, etc.). With a film that's nearly 10 years old, it's easy to see that this is something that has only gotten worse since then with internet trolls and incidents like those documented in Jon Ronson's book "So You've Been Publicly Shamed." I think Charlie Booker's first episode of "Black Mirror" tackled this same idea in a much smarter, more darkly humorous, and also in a much more condensed way. In the plus column for this film though is that it has Diane Lnae in the lead, who I've been a fan of since I first had a crush on her when I saw "Six Pack." There's also a fine score by Christopher Young and the film is slickly directed by Gregory Hoblit, who made the excellent "Primal Fear," though that film's success should more likely be credited to Edward Norton and the script. Overall, this isn't a terrible film, but it's certainly nothing to go out of your way to watch.