A woman is terrorized by a psychotic caller who terrorizes her with terrifying tales of murderous ventriloquist dummies, possessed housewives, and watching strangers. But will she live to tell the tales?

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Debbie Kopacz ...
Becky
Jonathan Holtzman ...
Tom the caller
Jae Mosc ...
Victor
Andrew Phillips ...
Scott
Craig Bergen ...
Eric
David Tapias ...
The Watcher
Jim Haggerty ...
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Rebecca Rose McCain ...
Stella
Kate Webster ...
Carol Jones
Vic Martino ...
Jeff Jones
Laura Parrella ...
Shop lady / Mrs. Callingham
Jerry Ambrose ...
Delivery Man
Cameron Potter ...
Mr. Callingham
Daren Dillan ...
Clark
George Athan ...
Inspector 71
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A woman is terrorized by a psychotic caller who terrorizes her with terrifying tales of murderous ventriloquist dummies, possessed housewives, and watching strangers. But will she live to tell the tales?

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16 February 2009 (USA)  »

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Jim Haggerty's Grave Danger  »

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$100,000 (estimated)
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Campy, ambiguous charade
18 April 2012 | by (India) – See all my reviews

Although released in 2009, the film strangely has the look of a late '70s campy horror anthology. Maybe it's the low budget, maybe it's the treatment.. Whatever be the reason, viewers watching this sort of film are expected to know what they will be watching, so complaining is out of question.

Vic Martino rocked as Jeff - the over-bearing husband, and so did Bud Stafford, as the ventriloquist. Almost all the female leads in the film landed up naked at some point of time or the other. And because they were not too well-toned, or particularly picturesque, the prolonged nudity became an eyesore after a while. Debbie was masculine and expressionless, Kate was just a pretty face, with no figure to speak of, Ann Yoo was tall but quite obnoxious, and Kaitlin Owens, as Jenny, couldn't act for nuts. In fact, I was waiting for Cathy St. George (the therapist) to strip sooner or later, but all she showed was her ample, pumped up cleavage and wonky lips.

There is a lot of ambiguity in the film, as pointed out by other reviewers, right from the beginning till the end. In fact, the way the ventriloquist drives off in a chauffeur-driven limousine at the end, puts a question mark as to whether he was actually a pauper, or was it a huge charade? In fact, the whole movie seems to be a charade, as the people in it are not quite what they seem to be.


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