Be careful who you click with.

When a college student unfriends a mysterious girl online, she finds herself fighting a demonic presence that wants to make her lonely by killing her closest friends.

  • 1 hr 32 minRHDSD
  • Sep 22, 2017
  • Horror

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Marina’s (Liesl Ahlers) social media connection with classmate Laura (Alycia Debnam Carey) becomes a deadly obsession in FRIEND REQUEST. Hear more from Ahlers about the horror film and get tickets.

Cast & Crew

  • Alycia Debnam CareyActor

  • Liesl AhlersMarina

    Liesl Ahlers is a South African Actress. She studied Acting for Film & TV in Canada at the Vancouver Academy of Dramatic Arts (VADA). Liesl was cast as Marina Mills in the Warner Bros feature film Friend Request, for which she received an award in Moscow. Liesl acted opposite William Hurt in BBC Two's The Challenger Disaster and portrayed the role of Zelda in the third season of South Africa's Emmy nominated series Sokhulu & Partners. Liesl was cast as the protagonist in Director Alastair Orr's latest thriller: Triggered. Liesl also portrays the lead in the sci-fi, psychological thriller The Construct. Liesl wrote, produced and directed the South African Awareness film: Daylight, with the hopes of creating global awareness on the devastating amount of children who become orphans due to the HIV/AIDS epidemic in South Africa. Daylight have received a total of 11 nominations and 6 wins. Liesl has been nominated for Best Director, Best Movie By an African Female Director/Producer and Best Supporting Actress. The President of the Russian International Horror Awards invited Liesl to Moscow, to receive an Award for her portrayal of Marina Mills in Friend Request. Liesl has a Brown Belt in Martial Arts. Trained in Korean fighting and Self Defense (Hapkido) under Master Vladimir Grachev. Liesl is the designer, owner and founder of women's clothing label Call A Cab & Take It Slow. Liesl is the founder of The Squared Shirt Charity Project, which aims to empower children who live in poverty in South Africa.
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  • Susan DanfordCaroline

    Susan Danford is known for her work on Doomsday (2008), Invictus (2009) and The Salvation (2014).
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  • Brooke MarkhamIsabel

    Brooke Markham is an actress and writer, known for Friend Request (2016), Foursome (2016) and Ember (2017).
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  • Sean MarquetteGustavo

    Sean Rodriguez Marquette, at the age of five, landed his first series role on the Emmy award winning daytime soap, "All My Children". He was born in Dallas, Texas, lived in New Jersey during his role on this soap, and then moved to California. He went on to be cast as the "hero boy" in "Black Mask II": City of Masks". This was an incredible experience for a minor as it filmed six weeks in Bangkok, and he got to work with internationally known wrestlers. Tsui Hark directed the film, and Wo Ping choreographed all the fight scenes. Over the years, Sean has worked with major talents like Ben Afflect in "Surviving Christmas"; Toby McGuire in "Seabiscuit"; Heather Locklear in "Once Around The Park"; Michael Chiklis, Adrian Brody, and Colin Hanks in "High School". His film credits are extensive. Sean also does voice-over work and has been a series regular on several Animated series for Disney, but most notably six seasons as "Mac" on Cartoon Network's, "Foster's Home Of Imaginary Friends." Sean is often remembered as young Mark Ruffalo, in "13 Going on 30", starring Jennifer Garner. He branched out into theater in 2007, and was cast as "Timms" in the play, "The History Boys", that ran at the Ahmanson Theater. This was based on the National Theater's production directed by Paul Miller. It was part of the Mark Taper Forum's 41st season. Sean was the comic relief lead in films "High School" and "Sundown" opposite actors Matt Bush and Devon Werkheiser respectively. Sean has been recurring as "Johnny Atkins" on ABC's, "The Goldbergs", and has also crossed over as the same character, on the spin-off series, "Schooled", for its two seasons. Sean has been working alongside a wealth of talented actors including Wendy McLendon-Covey, Jeff Garlin, Tim Meadows, AJ Michalka and Bryan Callen.
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  • Brit MorganOlivia

    Brit Morgan was born on September 24, 1987 in Marlton, New Jersey, USA as Brittany Morgan Dengler. She is an actress, known for Friend Request (2016), True Blood (2008) and Supergirl (2015).
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  • William MoseleyTyler

    William Peter Moseley was born on April 27, 1987, in Gloucester, England, to Juliette (Fleming) and Peter Moseley, a cinematographer. He is the eldest of three children with a younger sister named Daisy and and younger brother named Ben. His father's name is also William's middle name. He wanted to act since he was 10 years old. The young actor had a small role in Goodbye, Mr. Chips (2002) as Forrester, and he was cast as an extra in Cider with Rosie (1998). However, his big break came when he was cast in the part of Peter Pevensie in The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (2005), picked out of thousands of boys for the role. He hopes he won't end up type-cast as Peter and to go on to carve a successful, well-rounded career in acting and directing in the future. William completed Year 13 in 2006, with A Levels in Media Studies, English and Drama. In autumn 2006, he moved to New York for several weeks to study acting under Sheila Gray, where he trained at the famous Gleeson's gym in Brooklyn in preparation for filming The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian (2008).
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  • Connor PaoloKobe

    Connor Paolo was born July 11, 1990 in New York City, New York, to Julia Mendelsohn, a vocal coach and classical pianist, and Colin Paolo, a writer. In 2006, he attended the professional performing arts school featured in the movie Fame. Then he began taking acting classes at the Lee Strasberg Theater Institute and now studies with Peggy Lewis. For several summers beginning in 2005, he has attended Appel Farm Arts and Music Center Summer Arts Camp located in Elmer, New Jersey. Paolo acting career began at the age of nine, with his first TV appearance on the soap opera All My Children (1970). In 2002, he played Zachary Connor, a preteen murderer-rapist in an episode of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (1999). His motion picture debut was in 2003 Clint Eastwood's Oscar-nominated Mystic River (2003), playing Young Sean. In 2004, Paolo got a recurring role in the daytime soap opera One Life to Live (1968) as Travis O'Connell. He also appear in the motion picture Alexander (2004) as Young Alexander. Paolo in 2006, made a second appearance on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (1999), as Teddy Winnock, a disturbed teenager (based on the real case of Justin Berry). His latest motion picture role was Steven McLoughlin in World Trade Center (2006) for Oliver Stone in 2006. He has also starred in two other films that are soon to be released in 2007: Warren Hardesty in Snow Angels (2007), directed by David Gordon Green, and Ross Embry in Favorite Son (2008), his first leading role in a movie. Paolo has a background in theatre, and commercials. He appeared on the Broadway stage in the hit musical The Full Monty and off-Broadway in the New York public theater production of Shakespeare's, Richard III. Paolo also played Bottom in an abridged production of Shakespeare's Midsummer Night's Dream.
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  • Simon VerhoevenDirector

  • Max WiedemannProducer