The Caller
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When troubled, divorcee, Mary Kee, sets up home in her new apartment, she stumbles across an old phone which she quickly falls in love with. Struck by its antique charm, she gives it pride of place in her home. Before long, Mary begins to receive strange phone calls from a mysterious, unknown caller. Over time, she discovers the caller is a woman called Rose and the two strike up an unlikely friendship. However, when Rose claims to be calling from the past, Mary begins to question her new friend's motives. As Rose's phone calls become ever more disturbing, Mary's sense of terror… More
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Rotten Tomatoes Score: 29%

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"It all becomes ridiculous, despite an appearance from the excellent Lorna Raver, the malevolent gypsy woman from Drag Me To Hell."
‑ Alison Willmore, AV Club
"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."
‑ Drew McWeeny, HitFix
"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."
‑ Anton Bitel, Little White Lies
"Over-stylized and narratively undercooked, The Caller treats its Twilight Zone-style conceit for dim thrills."
‑ Nick Schager, Slant Magazine
"The Caller delivers tons of thrills, chills, twists, and turns. It may not be perfect, but it's damned effective."
‑ Steve "Uncle Creepy" Barton, Dread Central
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