Parents need to know that Dark Web: Cicada 3301 is a dark action comedy in which a pair of hackers find themselves competing in a complex game they must play in order to infiltrate a secret society. There's constant profanity throughout, including \"f--k\" and \"motherf---er.\" Some strong sexual content, including brief scenes of attempted masturbation in front of a library computer, oral sex, bared breasts, and a man getting whipped while on all-fours. Undercover NSA agent shown with a sex toy wrapped around his forehead. At a lavish masquerade party, shots of characters snorting cocaine, and a woman ingesting a pill. Alcohol drinking, cigarette smoking. Man shown shot in the forehead at close range, the bullet going through his forehead; some blood. Gun violence. Lead character gets into a fight where he tends bar, beating up a rude customer. Fighting with punches, kicks, thick books, a taser gun.
In DARK WEB; CICADA 3301, Connor Black is a bartender with the gift of a photographic memory. He uses that gift to get even with the rude customers who cause trouble in his bar. One night, after going into the dark web and using his memory skills to steal the identity and finances of a particularly rude customer, he receives an invite to join Cicada 3301, a mysterious and top-secret society. To join this group, he must complete a series of elaborate tasks and crack a series of codes, but before he really gets started, he's grabbed by a bumbling pair of NSA Agents who want him to move forward with his quest to infiltrate Cicada 3301 and help them find out who is behind it. Soon, Connor joins forces with a librarian named Gwen, who has also been invited to compete. Together with Connor's best friend Avi (Ron Funches), a gifted if skittish art history professor, they solve each high-tech and high-stakes riddle, and soon receive an invite to a masquerade party in London. After witnessing first-hand the havoc that Cicada 3301 wreaks on society, Connor is determined to discover those who are behind this, and stop them once and for all.