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By Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 13+

Award-winning Web thriller touches on occult, conspiracies.

TV Online Drama 2012
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Filmed in three-minute segments on a shoestring budget, this award-winning Web series takes viewers along for a fascinating glimpse into the real-life mysteries of the Georgia Guidestones. Inspired by actual events, GUIDESTONES is a must-see for conspiracy buffs and thriller fans, and those who want even more can immerse themselves in the interactive content on the show's website. The episodes' length works to the show's favor as well, playing up the suspense and leaving every segment in a cliffhanger.

If this story is your first introduction to apocalyptic predictions and concepts such as population control and a one-world government, it may launch you into research of your own even as Sandy and Trevor embark on their own journey. With marginal language but plenty of tension and suspense, Guidestones is fine for most teens. Because it raises some potentially worrisome topics, though, those sensitive to such anxieties might want to think twice about delving in, since once you're invested, it's hard to stop watching.

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