A recent tendency among TikTok users has been to compile long lists of terms that should not be used in Google searches.
TikTok has been a popular platform for sharing short videos, dance challenges, and creative uses of popular filters for well over two years.
In contrast, a growing number of uploaders are advising viewers to avoid specific web searches.
An ancient movie called “Eel Girl” is mentioned in one of them. What you need to know is detailed below.
A Breakdown of The “Not to Google” Phenomenon on Tiktok
A recent trend on TikTok has users discussing topics that shouldn’t be researched online. Typically, the videos will have an image as a background and then the words “Things you should never Google” over it.
The list may feature explicit photos, a viral movie from an unknown producer, or fresh visuals from an old narrative that went viral before the days of TikTok.
People have cautioned against checking up on the movie Eel Girl, as well as any clips or stills from it.
Users have solely uploaded clips asking people not to seek up the movie on TikTok, so far as we can tell.
Avoid the links below if you’re easily frightened; some of the films inside may be disturbing to you.
The Eel Girl Movie Is About What?
The short horror film “Eel Girl,” was directed by Paul Campion and released in 2008.
A scientist in a top-secret military lab investigates a strange creature that is half-eel and half-human.
The film has won multiple prizes, including the best short film at the HP Lovecraft Festival and the best special effects at the Rhode Island International Horror Film Festival in 2008.
Rushes Soho Shorts Festival and the New Zealand Film and Television Awards both considered Eel Girl for awards in 2008. It’s not a complete bust, then. Do you think it’s too terrifying for the web?
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Followers of The Trend React
Several commenters agreed that while Eel Girl might be unsettling to some, there are far more terrifying topics that should be avoided by Internet explorer users.
Use the “not to Google” feature to list legitimately terrifying topics. A viewer commented, “(Eel Girl) is not terrifying,” on the aforementioned TikTok video.
According to another commenter, “it was simply a girl that looks like a fish, not so scary.”
Not terrifying, just a horror movie, someone else chimed in.
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