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The Caller [Blu-ray]
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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!
- Director’s Commentary
- Deleted Scenes: Psychiatric Ward, Phone Found, Neighbour, Phone Breaks
- Alternate Ending
- The Making of The Caller
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Top Customer Reviews
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
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.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very good movie; very original and keeps you guessing. I would describe it as a mixture of horror and sci fi, with no real gore and limited violence. Its worth a watch.Published 7 months ago by Aspie girl.