"Dark Web" is the second of three movies written by Christopher Keeler that center on Private Detective Stuart Tyrell. 

Writer and director Keeler pulled from his experience in law enforcement for the film. 

The film used local talent and was shot in the Binghamton area, including Remlik's, the Kilmer Building and Port Dickinson Police Department's interrogation room. 

"The thing I'm most proud of is how well it was received at the various film festivals," said Robin Alpaugh, a producer. "You know, for a project that took us about two years but cost less than 10,000 to make, it really does, you know, capture your imagination and keep you engaged and that's what I'm most proud of."

The film was screened in the area and has done a festival circuit, winning some awards including, best narrative feature at Indie DanceFilm Festival in Los Angeles.

Alpaugh worked with a film production company in Syracuse that connected him with FlexFusion Streams. 

"We're really excited. We've been trying to get it on different services since 2020 when we finished it," said Christopher Keeler. "We showed it at festivals. We showed it locally, but we just hadn't been able to get it to a streaming service. And with Robin's connections, we were able to obviously get that done now, and I'm excited."

You can watch the trailer here: https://youtu.be/iSrdAmQC7t0  

And stream the movie here: https://fluxfusionppv.lightcast.com/