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Dangerous Calling -- Church politics turn deadly after a new pastor and his wife challenge a sweet widow-woman's control of the small country church to which they have just been called.

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Writers:
Jeremiah Daws (written by)
Josh Daws (written by)
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In this church, the politics can be deadly
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A suspense thriller set in the world of small town church politics, Dangerous Calling follows the story... See more » | Add synopsis »
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A bold and honest film wrapped up in a sticky web of horror and suspense See more (5 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Carrie L. Walrond ... Nora Burke

Jackie Prucha ... Miss Pat Hinton

Stephen Caudill ... Evan Burke
Brandon O'Dell ... Elijah Hinton

Dan Triandiflou ... Scott Grayson
Sunny Williams ... April

Frank Roberts ... Pastor Wilder
Davina Masiarczyk ... Sarah Kline
Trey Massey ... Dan

Tiffany Morgan ... Jan

Minnie Tee ... Church Soloist
Alex Wright ... Young Elijah
Melissa Weyn ... Laura Jennings
Marcia Banks ... Lady in town
Aaron Blevins ... Jeffrey Perkins
Billy Daws ... Man in town
Andy Rocker ... Band Leader
Jon Daws ... Band Member
Daniel McGill ... Band Member
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Randy Bratton ... Larry - Church Usher
Cheryl Collins ... Dan's Wife
Cheryl Collins ... Dan's Wife
Andrew Lowry ... Percussionist
Debra Moss ... Town Member / Principal
A.J. Penny ... Little Boy
Sharon Selman ... Lady in Youth Room
Pat Smith ... Pastor Wilder's Wife
Whitney Sullins ... Youth Group Member
Frances Cobb ... Church Member (uncredited)
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Directed by
Jeremiah Daws 
Josh Daws 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Jeremiah Daws  written by
Josh Daws  written by

Produced by
Heather Duffie .... associate producer
Ronald English .... associate producer
Nathaniel Thomas McGill .... producer
Vincent Vittorio .... producer
 
Original Music by
Kristopher Carter 
Michael McCuistion 
Lolita Ritmanis 
 
Cinematography by
J. Christopher Campbell  (as Christopher Campbell)
 
Film Editing by
Jeremiah Daws 
Josh Daws 
 
Makeup Department
Renonda Anderson .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Billy Daws .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Aaron Blevins .... assistant director
 
Art Department
Alexander Falk .... additional photography
Nathaniel Metts .... swing gang
Evan Padgett .... swing gang
Eddie Pittman .... storyboard artist
 
Sound Department
Paul Sorohan .... sound engineer
Todd Weaver .... sound mixer (as Christopher Todd Weaver)
Patrick Williams .... boom operator
 
Special Effects by
Matt Green .... special effects makeup
Daniel McGill .... special effects makeup
 
Stunts
Elizabeth Davidovich .... stunts
Philip Dido .... stunts
Frank Fearon .... stunts
Melissa Johnson .... stunts
Nils Onsager .... stunt coordinator
B.W. Smith .... snake handler
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Rob Acox .... key grip
Chris B. Anderson .... grip
Reid Andrews .... gaffer
John Payne Baker .... grip
Bil Barnes .... best boy grip (as Bil 'Horndogger' Barnes)
Mike Besaw .... key grip
Alex Calderon .... best boy electric
Alan Evans .... best boy grip
Alexander Falk .... first assistant camera
Hilton Garrett .... gaffer
Dan Grillet .... still photographer
Christopher Jones .... grip
Ronald 'Ronnie' Martin .... gaffer
Jonathon Mehlberg .... still photographer
Alan Melling .... second assistant camera
Nathaniel Metts .... electric grip
Alex Orr .... additional photography
Evan Padgett .... electric grip
Jeff Roberts .... set photographer
Jeff Roberts .... still photographer
Vikas Shah .... grip
Adam Sumner .... best boy grip
Randall Tolliver .... grip
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Renonda Anderson .... wardrobe
 
Music Department
Michael Johnston .... music coordinator
 
Other crew
Chris Anderson .... production assistant
Josh Blalock .... production assistant
Jason Bowen .... production assistant
Randy Bratton .... extras coordinator
Jordan Canu .... office assistant
Billy Daws .... craft service
Jenny Love Daws .... production assistant
Sheilah Daws .... craft service
Sheilah Daws .... location manager
Andrew Jack Dodd .... production assistant
Ashley Evans .... production assistant
Matt Gibson .... post-production effects coordinator
John Grubb .... production assistant
Kristen Heard .... production assistant
Jonathan Howe .... production assistant
Patrick Ingram .... distribution advisor
Mary Ellen Itson .... production assistant
Vanessa Jackson .... script supervisor
Vanessa Laraine Jackson .... script supervisor (as Vanessa Jackson)
Mike Laird .... production assistant
Jamie Lanier .... production assistant
Michael Lynch .... production assistant
Jessica Marks .... production assistant
Daniel McGill .... weapon consultant
Scott McIntyre .... production assistant
Stephen McIntyre .... production assistant
Adam Pinney .... production assistant
Chad Ramsey .... assistant snake handler
Eric Sawyer .... continuity assistant
Eric Sawyer .... continuity
Ashley Nicole Thomas .... production assistant (as Ashley Thomas)
Craig Vogel .... production assistant
Marquita Weaver .... publicist
 
Thanks
Becca Daws .... special thanks
Billy Daws .... special thanks
Sheilah Daws .... special thanks
Allen Gossett .... special thanks
Lavonia Kinsey .... special thanks
 

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USA:94 min
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6 out of 11 people found the following review useful.
A bold and honest film wrapped up in a sticky web of horror and suspense, 31 October 2009
Author: OneWayFilms2000 (onewayfilms@cox.net) from United States

Another round of applause to Cloud Ten Pictures for adopting the newest feature from independent filmmakers, Josh & Jeremiah Daws and their film DANGEROUS CALLING. Cloud Ten Pictures continues to set the standard for releasing powerful and thought-provoking Christian thrillers that not only entertain us, but challenge us with biblical truths.

As a student and critic of film, I have learned that it doesn't always take a Hollywood-size budget to deliver thrilling and exciting films. They help, but are not always necessary. Over the years, we have seen small independent films come out of nowhere, and beat down some of the larger, more popular, popcorn blockbusters that are expected to be big hits.

I've learned that sometimes, a well-told story backed up with a moderate budget and quality acting can be JUST as effective and more memorable than any action-packed, over-blown, star-filled Hollywood feature.

In the world of Christian films, we are seeing a surge of better quality, well-paced and professionally made features that are sure to make an impact among Christian AND non-Christian viewers. This is a welcomed change I have been ready to embrace.

I was not disappointed with DANGEROUS CALLING. Josh & Jeremiah Daws have done an OUTSTANDING job at creating an exciting suspense thriller that draws you in from the first scene and holds you on the edge of your seat until the very end.

A timely message for the church with nail-biting suspense.

"MISERY" meets "Psycho" in the characters of Sister Pat Hinton and her deranged son, Elijah who take church politics to a new level and God's justice into their own hands. Pat & Elijah are both disturbingly played to perfection by Jackie Prucha (Death of Seasons, The Last Adam) and Brandon O'Dell (The Mist, One Tree Hill) who give new meaning to dysfunctional families.

Stephen Caudill (End of the Spear) and Carrie Walrond Flightsts of Angels) round off the stellar cast as Pastor Evan and Nora Burke, who take on the new church and sister Pat.

A well-written and beautifully directed film that will challenge your church on issues that very few films are afraid to address. A bold and honest film wrapped up in a sticky web of horror and suspense.

Scott Green - OneWayFilms.net

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