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The Caller (2011)

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A young divorcee is getting her life back together by moving into an apartment. But what will she do when a strange person repeatedly calls her, and threatens to change her new life around?



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Credited cast:
Rose Lazar
Steven Campbell
Lydia Echevarria ...
Old Woman
Young Woman
Gladys Rodríguez ...
Concetta Guidi
John Guidi, Sr. (as Emmanuel Logrono Molina)
Attorney Kirby
Dr. Hain
Attorney Davis
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Marisé Alvarez ...
Leonardo Castro ...
Fire Dancer
José Cotté ...
Social Services Clerk (as Jose Cotte)


Troubled divorcee Mary Kee is tormented by a series of sinister phone calls from a mysterious woman. When the stranger reveals she's calling from the past, Mary tries to break off contact. But the caller doesn't like being ignored, and looks for revenge in a unique and terrifying way... Written by Screenwriter

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Some calls are best left unanswered.



Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for some violence/disturbing images, language and a scene of sexuality | See all certifications »

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Release Date:

22 February 2013 (Mexico)  »

Also Known As:

Klisi apo tin Kolasi  »

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Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Did You Know?


The phone calls between Rachelle Lefevre and Lorna Raver were recorded in real time. See more »


Referenced in The Brittany Murphy Story (2014) See more »


Performed by Unkle (as UNKLE) featuring Gavin Clarke (as Gavin Clark)
Written by Gavin Clarke, James Lavelle, Pablo Clements, Aidan Lavelle
Courtesy of Surrender All Ltd
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Interesting premise with poor execution
4 September 2011 | by (New York) – See all my reviews

The premise of this movie is actually somewhat interesting, even though it's pretty clearly "borrowed" from Frequency. I'm sure it was pitched as "Frequency meets 100 Feet (the Eric Red movie from 2008)". It's not the worst idea I've heard, though it's definitely derivative. The problem is that they never really got any further than that, and it plays out rather stereotypically, with heavy-handed direction, bland characters, trite plotting, and weak dialogue. What really saved the movie, however, was Lorna Raver, who played the crazy gypsy woman in Drag Me To Hell. Man, that woman is creepy! Just hearing her voice on the phone was enough to creep me out. Without her, this movie would only be a 4/10. I'm tempted to give this movie a 6/10, just because of her, but she was the only good thing in it, really.

There are a few times when you're left scratching your head, wondering why the characters are so dumb, but these kinds of thrillers absolutely depend on stupid characters doing things that defy all common sense. If that kind of thing annoys you, I'd avoid this movie. Otherwise, if you're not expecting much and lower your expectations, you might find this an enjoyable waste of time. It's nothing special, but it's not offensively bad, either. If you liked this movie, I'd suggest checking out 100 Feet, a supernatural thriller featuring an abused wife trying to convince people that she's being haunted by her dead, abusive husband. It wasn't amazing, but it was significantly better than this movie. Obviously, there's also Frequency, but that was played much more straight, without the B movie vibe of 100 Feet or The Caller.

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