When a young, lonely woman misdials a phone number by one digit, calling into a serial killing in progress, the killer latches onto her and involves her telephonically in a string of ... See full summary »
When a young, lonely woman misdials a phone number by one digit, calling into a serial killing in progress, the killer latches onto her and involves her telephonically in a string of murders as he heads closer and closer to her home in Boston. Written by
When Nicole (Monica Keena, best known for being in early seasons of HBO's "Entourage") dials a wrong number inadvertently and leaves a message. A killer calls her back using Caller I.D and sets in motion a series of events that seem to be culminating in the psycho going after her. Something even the detectives whom she convinced to help her may be powerless to stop.
Monica seems to be doing the best with what she's been given, but the plot is just too clichéd for me to actually care for the movie that much. It didn't help that the character of Nicole was so insanely stupid that I couldn't care less if she lived or died. Add to this the fact that the movie,while only an hour and a half, seemed to drag on & a twist ending that adds insult to injury. All in all moderately well-acted but tedious movie with an awful ending.
My Grade: D+
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