The Caller (2011)
The Caller (2011)
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as Mary Kee
as John Guidi
as Rose Lazar
as Steven Campbell
as Old Woman
as Young Woman
as John Sr.
as Attorney Kirby
as Dr. Hain
as Attorney Davis
as French Teacher
as Operator #1 and Operator #2
as Young Mary
Critic Reviews for The Caller
It all becomes ridiculous, despite an appearance from the excellent Lorna Raver, the malevolent gypsy woman from Drag Me To Hell.
what makes this film truly stand out is its matching of convoluted plotting to an equally complex morality - where the difference between being a victim and a murderer is but a phone call away.
The Caller delivers tons of thrills, chills, twists, and turns. It may not be perfect, but it's damned effective.
Director Matthew Parkhill seems perfectly suited for a career in any industry except filmmaking, and there's not a single beat of this film that I would describe as 'competent' or 'well-executed.' That's almost impressive.
Audience Reviews for The Caller
Matthew Parkhill shows us once again that he is one of the worst directors in the history of Cinema with this ridiculous atrocity that doesn't make any sense when you stop to think about it for two seconds and is equally full of clichés and devoid of actual thrills.
A movie that tries to be too much! A frustrating but interesting moviem that doesn't leave you with answer. You are left thinking 'what on earth was happening! '
Enjoyed this. Really quite creepy. Rachelle is actually a better actress than i gave her credit for. She is very convincing as a recently divorced woman who has started over and starts to receive strange phone calls from a woman named Rose who may, or may not be from the past. Rose was also surprisingly menacing for a character you only see briefly in this, who sounds like a sweet old lady. Very interesting idea for a horror. One of the better ones I have seen in quite some time.
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