Internet horror stories passed around on forums and other sites to disturb and frighten readers.Includes stories from Slender Man, a fictional character that inspired two 12-year-old Wisconsin girls to stab and nearly kill a friend.tells the story of Lucas Hood (Antony Starr), an ex-con and master thief who assumes the identity of the sheriff of Banshee, PA. Do you enjoy getting to show the two sides of your character, with her criminal past, and then her being a wife and mother now?It’s the perfect cover for him to try to win back the love of his life (Ivana Milicevic) and hide out from the dangerous gangster (Ben Cross) that they both betrayed years earlier, while attempting not to get into too much more trouble. IVANA MILICEVIC: I had work with Greg [Yaitanes] before. MILICEVIC: Whatever past you had, when you become a mother, it’s a whole different thing. I’ve seen women who were nightmare party girls, who were just crazy, and then they have a baby and this thing comes over them and changes them.During this recent exclusive interview with Collider, actress Ivana Milicevic talked about how she got involved with this show, how much she enjoys getting to play the two sides of her character, what it’s like doing the fairly graphic but always story-driven sex scenes, working with co-stars Antony Starr and Rus Blackwell, what’s to come for her character, and her favorite episodes this season. It was the middle of pilot season, so there were tons of pilots, but this was the one that I read and really, really wanted. Or there are women who you think are going to be the most doting mother in the world, and then they’re not.So, I went in the first time and Greg said, “Oh, you should read a few more episodes.” I thought he meant I should keep reading pilots. You don’t know how you’ll be affected, when that happens.It should certainly be required viewing not only for young people but also for anyone who uses social media or communicates via the Internet.This is a timely, well-written, well-acted, and well-paced movie that stays with you long after you leave the movie theater. But it's the other side of that scale, the harm caused by our web-connected lives, that is the weighty focus of "Disconnect." The damage that can be done, intentionally or not, has been well-documented.
It's often sad and scary, dark and depressing at times, and knowing it's based on true stories makes it all the more devastating when we witness the consequences of our seemingly-innocuous actions when entering a chat room, looking for virtual companionship, playing a childish practical joke, or putting our personal information online.
How cool is it to be on a show with such strong female characters? Only on an Alan Ball show, can you have a flashback of a sex scene during a sex scene, right in the first episode. But, our sex scenes aren’t just there to have a sex scene.
MILICEVIC: People are like, “Oh, it’s Cinemax,” and yeah, there’s sex there, but not more than any other awesome HBO show. But, the female characters are so strong and fleshed out. Were you able to see how telling that was for your character, with how disconnected she was from the present sex scene while being so connected to the sex scene in the flashback, and how much that said about each relationship? There’s story happening there, and it’s important to get the full picture.
The icon is disguised as “My Utilities,” so no one will ever guess there are private photos tucked away in your phone.
There is an “Intruder stopper” option plays fake video upon opening.