Megan Is Missing’s director Michael Goi warns viewers to NOT do THIS while watching the viral horror movie

Megan Is Missing’s director Michael Goi recently warned viewers about the horror film after it went viral on Tik Tok. Scroll down to see what he said.
Megan Is Missing’s director Michael Goi warns viewers to NOT do THIS Megan Is Missing’s director Michael Goi warns viewers to NOT do THIS while watching the viral horror movie
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Michael Goi, the writer and director of the 2011 film Megan Is Missing, is warning viewers about the film after it went viral on the video-sharing app TikTok. In his own post to the app, Goi, who has since worked on projects including American Horror Story and Salem, said one of the film's leads, actress Amber Perkins, informed him that the movie was "exploding on TikTok at the moment." "I didn't get to give you the customary warnings that I used to give people before they watched Megan Is Missing, which are: Do not watch the movie in the middle of the night. Do not watch the movie alone" he listed. 

 

"And if you see the words photo number one pop up on your screen, you have about four seconds to shut off the movie if you're already kind of freaking out before you start seeing things that maybe you don't want to see." He continued, "So apologies to those who are already posting about how the movie freaked them out, but fair warning to those of you who are still contemplating watching the film."

 

In just a day, Goi's post has garnered 4.6 million views and 1.4 million likes on the app. Megan Is Missing is a psychological horror film about a teenager (played by Rachel Quinn), who disappears after meeting an online acquaintance (Dean Waite). An investigation into her disappearance is launched by her best friend Amy Herman (Perkins). TikTok users took to the app to share their reaction to the film, which some described as traumatizing.

 

"Please watch this film at your own risk. It is something I will never watch again. I am forever traumatized," a user wrote. "This is hands down the most traumatizing film I've ever seen and I am not okay. Please be made aware before watching," another added. 

 

Although the film was completed in 2006, it did not find a distributor until 2011, when it had a limited release. Upon release, the movie was banned in New Zealand after being classified as "objectionable" for featuring "sexual violence and sexual conduct involving young people."

 

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