Hollywood Reporter:

It's easy to see what Magnolia and HBO saw in Tickled. Over the course of its taut 90 minutes, it spins a gripping tale of sex, lies and (online) videotape in the same cyber-detective vein as Catfish, another addictive Sundance breakout from 2010. Like in that doc, after stumbling into some titillation on the web — in this case, an offer for fit young men to be jetted to Los Angeles and paid thousands of dollars to participate in "competitive endurance tickling" videos — our affable hero and his trusty sidekick (co-director Dylan Reeve, a tech wiz) set off on a road trip to discover the truth about a woman whose online persona is not all it appears to be.

This documentary looks amazing.