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The Whispering (1995)

An insurance investigator examining several recent cases of suicide discovers a demon influencing the deaths, but only he can see it.

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Cedrick Terrell ...
Boy (as Cedrick Terrel)
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The Woman
Scott Johnson ...
Chris
Leslie Danon ...
Lisa Smyths
John Gripentrog ...
Prof. Bettman
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Shawnee (as L.B. Bogdanovich)
Joshua Brezner ...
Paul (as Josh Brezner)
Stuart Harna ...
Lansing
Tiffany Salerno ...
Jenna
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Peter Ransket
Dirk Dahl ...
Cop With Goatee
Carroll Oden ...
Mike Greene
Damian Gil ...
Jackson
Tanya Marten ...
Brenda
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Pruitt
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An insurance investigator examining several recent cases of suicide discovers a demon influencing the deaths, but only he can see it.

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Death Calls Quietly

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Horror | Thriller

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26 March 1996 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

O thanatos erhetai psithyrista  »

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[first title card]
Title Card: I, another nightmare to fill my dreams/And when I awake/pale face and gentled eyes/The voices in my head/bury themselves deep/somewhere inside my mind/And when I wake/the voices inside my head/be only my tortuous thoughts/Until I find no peace/And dream of endless sleep...
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Connections

Featured in Svengoolie: The Whispering (2000) See more »

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Come Sunday, Come Sorrow
Written by Giovanni Vitterra, Divo Garcia, & Jimmy Jones
Performed by The Coma-Tones
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sucky
17 July 2002 | by (Michigan) – See all my reviews

Lief Garrett? This movie blows. It makes you go "what the heck? that's the stupidest thing I've ever heard!" It really does! Quite a few times. It's so predictable and none of the characters have any originality. That one weasely looking guy looks like Dennis Christopher's annoying brother. The office scenes, the sex scenes, the demon scenes, it's all been done before. It's very stereotyped and very lame and very boring. And balding Leif Garrett can hardly keep his eyes open the whole time anyway.

The hyper high school girl says to Lief, who is about 30 years old, "Would you like to fu*k me?" very clearly, then he says "excuse me?" and she says, "I said, would you like a cup of tea?" and I said out loud, "what the heck? whatever!" and rewound it and it's so stupid that anyone could ever think those two sentences sound the same and it has nothing to do with the girl's personality. Why did she say that? I don't get it. LAME LAME LAME STUFF


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