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Product details

  • Actors: Rachelle Lefevre, Stephen Moyer
  • Directors: Matthew Parkhill
  • Format: Blu-ray
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Dutch
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region B/2 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Universal Pictures UK
  • DVD Release Date: 24 Oct. 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B005FV9OO2
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 87,748 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

Product Description

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When troubled divorcee, Mary Kee (Lefevre), begins to receive mysterious phone calls from an unknown caller, she quickly begins to feel haunted in her own home. When she discovers that the person is calling from the past, Mary realizes that she will have to kill her in order to survive. But how do you kill someone living in the past and what will happen if she fails?  Starring Rachelle Leferve (Twilight) and Stephen Moyers (True Blood) this spine chilling thriller will have you on the edge of edge of your seat!

Special Features:

  • Director’s Commentary
  • Deleted Scenes: Psychiatric Ward, Phone Found, Neighbour, Phone Breaks
  • Alternate Ending
  • The Making of The Caller

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Format: DVD
Now my good film friend was telling me about The Caller for a long time. Saying it was great film and with original idea....so being a fan of supernatural or Sc-fi like stories. I decided to check out and see for myself and man! Is this great little film :) I think Rachelle Lefevre was surprisely good and a pretty good actress to be honest, forgive her Twilight she's this much better in this film. Stephen Moyer is also a great actor playing the very nice guy John Guidi, it's really good to see him outside "True Blood" with playing a different character. The storyline starts off very slow for the first 50mins, I guess it's to show more of characters and get to know them with their problems in day to day life, Rachelle's character as just got divorce and shows her moving on with getting the new apartment. Things get much weirder as a mystery woman is called her house phone, as the story goes on this mystery person keeps calling.....we find out she's calling from 1977 in the past and that's all I'm going to say lol if you have watched "Frequency" then your love this film, it following the same lines. The last 40 mins of the film is truly brilliant and original!! The ending is really shocking and I would personal buy this film, for £5 budget!!
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Best 'Butterfly Effect' since the original 'Butterfly Effect'. Wonderful idea, this one keeps you guessing a long time before taking a detour and heading towards a rewarding collision in the last few minutes. A joyride of a mystery thriller. Enjoy.
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This is a very strange film, you need to see it as an attempt to get inside a tortured mind. The producers probably spent next to no cash for sets. If you liked Hitchcock, and you believe ghosts exist, then you might like this. I watched it once and then packed it away!
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This reminds me of the old Hitchcock stuff. Mary (Rachelle Lefevre) divorces Steve(Ed Quinn) and moves into an apartment. Steve is of questionable character. Mary gets calls from Rose (Lorna Raver) asking for Bobby. Rose claims she lives in the 1970's. At first she thinks a friend of Steve's is behind this. Her and Rose become semi-friends. Weird things start to happen. Whatever changes Rose makes to the pantry in the 1970's materializes in the present day. This really spokes out Mary. Steven violates his restraining order and Mary gets help from her French teacher. Upon doing some research she discovers a Rose really did live there. Is this supernatural or an elaborate hoax?

The film hooks you from the first phone call. You can't wait for the phone to ring. Then at some point, you don't want the phone to ring. But it does...
Excellent writing. Excellent film. Good intensity.

Parental Guide: F-bomb,brief sex scene, no nudity
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The Caller grabs you immediately and leaves you wondering what will happen next, for the entirety of the film. The plot is different to a lot of other modern thriller/horror movies, and I found it very refreshing and enjoyable to watch. Not the best film I've ever seen, but definitely not the worst!
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Format: DVD
Really enjoyed this.. AT FIRST! The film was actually making me sit on the edge of my seat. It was all doing so well and then...and then... There was that ending? What on earth? How? WHY? Whatever! It IS worth watching but the ending will leave you cheated, that's a guarantee! You will enjoy every second of this movie until the last 4 minutes, then you will wonder what on earth? LOL Still worth a watch though :)
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This movie was a great surprise. Small cast and relatively low budget, this movie goes to show you don't need lots of effects to make a really good scary movie! A woman newly moved into an apartment starts to receive phone calls from someone wishing to speak to a guy that does not live there. As the story progresses this woman is from the past and turns out to be pretty much insane. We only hear the voice of the woman through most of the film via phone conversations but it really is very creepy and effective. Rachelle Lefevre plays a great roll as the woman in the apartment. 5 stars, well worth watching. :-)
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I had very little expectations from this film. It didn't look like it had much of a budget and no actors that I'd heard of (okay, so I sort of recognised the main woman from Twilight, but that was about it). However, in this case, less is slightly more (or at least slightly more than the average dross that infests modern horror films).

I wouldn't call The Caller a horror, more of a supernatural thriller. It's about a single woman (aren't they all?) who gets some mysterious phone calls. Nothing too out of the ordinary, but it presents a pretty creepy premise which finds her trapped in a spiralling cycle of torture and paranoia from a very nasty supernatural adversary.

The Caller is a `slow burner.' This is why it's probably not for everyone. Nothing too out of the ordinary happens in the first half and I can see a lot of people giving up before it really gets going. However, the second act cranks it up a gear and the torment really begins. There are no major scares or gore to speak of; it's more a case of inescapable mental torture.

If you can put up with your films a little slower than normal and without any action, effects or gore then give it a go - all performances better than your average horror/supernatural flick and a slightly different premise which really works.
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