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Matis is the main protagonist of Unfriended: Dark Web. He is played by Colin Woodell.
Not much is known about Matis yet. He serves as the protagonist of Unfriended: Dark Web. He is a programmer, and he may be extremely gifted at his job, given that he is seemingly able to program an AI that is capable of translating American Sign Language to text in real time.
The story begins after Matis obtains a MacBook laptop from a local lost and found. He gets this laptop in order to build his prototype ALS translation software faster, in order to communicate with his deaf girlfriend Amaya. After successfully logging into the laptop several applications start opening, such as Facebook, Skype, Spotify, etc. He opens Facebook out of curiosity, and ends up in the login screen of "Norah C. IV". He decides not to login and instead logs into his own Facebook.
Curiosity eventually gets the better of him though, and he logs into Norah's Facebook account. He is suddenly bombarded with messages, all from women, with the exception of one user who stands out. The user demands to know who is using the computer and becomes increasingly angry and violent, threatening Matis several times.
During a game of Cards Against Humanity, Matis stumbles upon a Dark Web portal, named "The River". He then stumbles upon a hidden folder in his laptop which contains dozens of videos and pictures, ranging from simple candid photographs inside people's houses to videos of women dying in extremely gruesome, violent ways. He finds strange chat messages which suggest that someone is paying money for these murder videos. Questions begin to arise on who exactly Matis got his laptop from and who it belongs to.
The situation becomes increasingly more dire as menacing forces begin taking control. Matias is told to keep his friends in the call or they will be murdered. Matis desperately tries to take control of the situation