Back in 2014, when the computer-based "Unfriended" was released, the kind of online menace we could imagine was mostly bullying – an anonymous mob unleashed online. That was even the platform First Lady Melania Trump announced as the issue she was going to tackle in the White House. That all seems so quaint these days. Now, in the summer of 2018, with the release of "Unfriended: Dark Web," the online threats to the very fabric of our existence are so much realer, and so much more human. Foreign hackers are being indicted for meddling in United States elections, bitcoin and blockchain are on everyone's lips (even if no one really understands them), and "Unfriended: Dark Web" is poised to capitalize on the zeitgeist.