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A Dead Calling -- When a supernatural force causes Elizabeth, a twenty-seven year old story editor for the local paper, to investigate an old house she finds herself to be the only hope for a family of long dead ghosts yearning to tell the story of their massacre.
A Dead Calling -- US Home Video Trailer from Lions Gate Films

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12 December 2006 (USA) See more »
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In New York, the journalist Rachel Beckwith is attacked by a burglar and her fiancé Brian is murdered trying to defend her... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)

Alexandra Holden ... Rachel Beckwith

John Burke ... Stephen Javitz

Sid Haig ... George

Leslie Easterbrook ... Marge

Bill Moseley ... Chief Murken

Caia Coley ... Mrs. Sullivan

Timothy Oman ... Frank Sullivan (as Tim Oman)
Micah Costanza ... Deputy Murken

Mike Korich ... Arnie Howard

Samm Enman ... Desk Sergeant

Shawn Hoffman ... Brian

Adair Tishler ... Mary
Matteo Indelicato ... Detective
Jay Wilkins ... Joe

Shannon Pierce Wilkins ... Mrs. Pennington (as Shannon Pierce)
Millicent Rayner ... Elizabeth
Ally Steel ... News Field Producer

Gage Hubbard ... Guy on Road
Aubrey Jensen ... Girl on Road

Kyle Red Silverstein ... Joseph Sullivan (as Kyle Silverstein)

Stan Bly ... Superior Detective

Stephanie Wyss ... Stephanie
Brad Barnholtz ... Restaurant Owner (as Brad Chance)

Michael Feifer ... Mr. Sullivan

Directed by
Michael Feifer 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Michael Feifer 

Produced by
Barry Barnholtz .... executive producer
Melvin Butters .... associate producer
Michael Feifer .... producer
Yaron Kaplan .... line producer
Ethan Wiley .... associate producer
 
Original Music by
Glenn Morrissette 
 
Cinematography by
Hank Baumert Jr. 
 
Film Editing by
Bryan Roberts 
 
Casting by
Mark Tillman 
 
Production Design by
Nicole Ruby 
 
Set Decoration by
Bianca Butti 
 
Costume Design by
Heather Hershman 
 
Makeup Department
Gage Hubbard .... assistant makeup artist
Aubrey Jensen .... makeup department head
Keri Payne .... assistant makeup artist
 
Production Management
Will Santa Cruz .... post-production supervisor
Yaron Kaplan .... unit production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Arthur Bonner .... second second assistant director
'Rick' Ricardo Escamilla .... second assistant director
Yaron Kaplan .... first assistant director
Dan Speaker .... second unit director
Kim Turney .... second unit director
 
Art Department
Merissa Lombardo .... property master
Matt Hausmann .... graphic designer (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
Sam Aronson .... sound designer
Sam Aronson .... sound re-recording mixer
Ken Cain .... sound editor
Stacy Hill .... sound mixer
Marcus Ricaud .... sound mixer
 
Stunts
Luke LaFontaine .... stunt rigger
Dan Speaker .... stunt coordinator
Chester E. Tripp III .... stunts
Kim Turney .... assistant stunt coordinator
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Devyn Allee .... dolly grip
Rob Berrey .... best boy grip
Christian H. Burton .... camera operator (as Chris Burton)
Steve Irvine .... gaffer
Christopher Preston .... second assistant camera
Lynette Privatsky .... camera data management
Rocky Romines .... key grip
James A. Seale .... key grip (as James Anthony Seale)
Matthew Thiemann .... best boy electric
Kim Turney .... camera data management
 
Editorial Department
Ben Edwards .... on-line editor
Allen Kelly .... Da Vinci colorist
 
Transportation Department
Lauren Levine .... transportation captain
 
Other crew
Arthur Bonner .... production coordinator
Liana Bryer .... executive assistant
'Rick' Ricardo Escamilla .... production coordinator
Russell Frazier .... main title design
Mary Shellogg .... script supervisor
 

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Miscellaneous: When Rachel is preparing to do her architecture story, she is looking a newspaper clipping with a picture of the Sullivan House. The clipping is folded, but you can clearly see the headline of the story for the picture reads "Massacre at Fillmore." Later they act surprised to find the same unfolded clipping and read the story.See more »
Quotes:
[first lines]
Rachel Beckwith:[into camera] We asked Chief Barnholtz, and he says simply, quote, "I just can't afford to keep as many officers on the beat as I used to."
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References The Sixth Sense (1999)See more »

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6 out of 7 people found the following review useful.
It's not THAT bad., 3 February 2007
Author: amanda_lutrick from United States

OK, I just saw the movie and I didn't think that it was THAT bad. The other reviewer is correct the acting sucks, big time, but if you actually give it a chance and try to get into the character then it's not so bad. I would not recommend buying or renting it but if you're stuck somewhere out in the middle of nowhere with cable and the movie just so happens to come on, it might be OK. Yes the escaped convict plot is alright, way too played out. There are actually kind of two "twists". The first is pretty obvious from the get-go. The other surprised me a little but it did not improve the movie what-so-ever. I think that the characters the were in The Devil's Rejects, should stay there. There is "supposed" to be a tender moment between the parents and the daughter and I could only laugh. Now if "tender" meant "awkward" then I could understand. All in all this was a pretty bad movie. Don't waste ANY money on this or you'll be sorry.

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