“No one disappears without a trace.”

Another visual storytelling technique called “screen life,” which presents the story through the lens of digital devices, has joined the horror genre. But like other film genres, “screen life” is hit or miss. However, in 2018 Aneesh Chaganty– a mystery thriller directed by Looking for, has shown beyond doubt that with the right storytelling, the genre can actually deliver the horrors of the digital age. And with a pseudo-sequel to the movie, LostHaving received similarly positive reviews when it debuted on January 20th, Sony announced Storm Reid-starrer will be available digitally on March 7th and on Blu-ray and DVD on March 28th, allowing viewers to join the quest from the comfort of their own living room.


Lost It managed to make the audience wonder how well they know everyone in their lives. It also showed that someone you thought you knew completely, even if it was your family, could be someone else entirely; in June’s case, her mother. With the technique used by the first film to capture the audience’s attention, Lost has rightfully received high audience and critical ratings on several online review aggregator platforms. Now, those who have seen the film and those who have not seen it can bring the terror home with special features on its Blu-ray and DVD releases, including audio commentary from the film’s writer-directors. Will Merrick and Nick Johnsonsome feature films and deleted scenes.

Reed played June Allen Lost, the young woman is looking for him-well, I miss you, mom. grace (Nia Long) mysteriously disappeared while on vacation in Colombia with her boyfriend, Kevin.Ken Leung). Stranded in Los Angeles with limited resources, June uses her only means of tracking down her mother: modern technology. Using Xavier (Joaquim de Almeida), his mother’s best friend (Amy Landecker) and her friend Veena (Megan Suri), June tries to look through online accounts and some emails that might help her find Grace. Worried, her search leads to a startling revelation, as she learns unexpected secrets about her missing mother, making her question the mother she grew up with.

Storm Reid wakes up to a notice to pick up her mother June from the Missing airport
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Similar search, Lost demonstrates the advantages and disadvantages of the digital world. But time Looking for Focusing solely on using technology to find a missing person, the 2023 film expanded on the notion that the internet is not what it seems and that it can be a dark, strange place.

Lost It returns home next week on digital on March 7th and on Blu-ray and DVD on March 28th. Check out the trailer and official synopsis for the film below.

“From the thoughts behind the search comes Missing. It makes you wonder how well you know the people closest to you. Her mother (Nia Long) disappears while on vacation in Columbia with her new boyfriend, June (Storm Reid). ) the search for answers is hindered by international red tape. Stranded thousands of miles away in Los Angeles, June creatively uses all the latest technology at her disposal to find her before it’s too late. But as she digs deeper, her digital sleuthing picks up. More questions than answers… and When June uncovers secrets about her mother, she discovers she never knew her.”