FearDotCom

FearDotCom (2002)

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Corrected entry: This entire film is a mistake; it is about a female who is a hemophiliac. Women cannot be hemophiliacs.

Correction: It's very improbable, but not impossible. The defect sits on the female X chromosome, so if a hemophiliac and a woman with one defective X chromosome have a daughter, this daughter's chance is 50% to be a hemophiliac (she definitely has the defective X chromosome by her father and a 50% chance to get the defective one of her mother).

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Corrected entry: If Jeannine was 'The Doctor's' first victim of torture, and the whole Feardotcom.com website is a site for Jeannine's revenge, then why is 'The Doctor' the one hosting the site?

Correction: Feardotcom.com was the website that 'The Doctor' was using when he tortured and killed Jeannine, which he then abandoned to avoid being caught. Jeannine's spirit, or whatever, then took over and began killing the people who logged on. 'The Doctor' had no idea the site stayed active after he abandon it.

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The dead young girl who wears white has hemophilia (uncontrollable bleeding), and her mother states that she's scared of all sharp metal objects (scissors, etc.), yet she goes to play in an old abandoned steel mill all the time.

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This film was panned by critics. Although it won the "Worst Film" at the 2003 Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association Awards, it also won "Grand Prize of European Fantasy Film in Silver" at 2003 Fantafestival.

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