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Hellphone (2010)

A demon possesses a cellphone in a small North Carolina town and begins to wreak revengeful havoc.


Jason Marc Pierce
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Credited cast:
April Billingsley ... Alex
Nathan Moore ... Graham
Phillip Ward Phillip Ward ... Bill
Scott N. Stevens Scott N. Stevens ... Paul Baker
Larry Parks Larry Parks ... Chief Casey
Caroline Avery Granger ... Elisha (as Caroline Granger)
Mack McClain Mack McClain ... Charlie
Matthew B. Moore Matthew B. Moore ... Hiker 2
Slade Blackburn Slade Blackburn ... Hiker 1
Dan A.R. Kelly Dan A.R. Kelly ... Wes
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Gretchen Adams Gretchen Adams ... Landlord
Sarah Al-Jaouni Sarah Al-Jaouni ... Featured Extra
Candace Anderson Candace Anderson ... Featured Extra
Hunter Lee Anderson Hunter Lee Anderson ... Featured Extra
William Andrews William Andrews ... Featured Extra


A demon possesses a cellphone in a small North Carolina town and begins to wreak revengeful havoc.

Plot Summary | Add Synopsis


Hang up or die!


Comedy | Horror

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Release Date:

16 November 2010 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Madison, North Carolina, USA See more »


Box Office


$37,000 (estimated)
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Did You Know?


The initial idea of the film came from a joke in 'Forgetting Sarah Marshall' where one character pitches a story about a phone that kills people. The pitch is met quickly with ridicule about "...How can a mobile phone have an agenda and kill people..." and that all you would need to do is to take the battery out. See more »


References Forgetting Sarah Marshall (2008) See more »


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Full of laughs and surprises
9 February 2011 | by ajitsemailSee all my reviews

Fantastic idea. We use cellphones all day, what if they could kill you? Well, they do kill you but that is another review. Hellphone is a well executed film that really revels in the story and ideas. The film has a enjoyable lightness to it even though it moves like lightning. I found myself constantly laughing or chuckling to myself.

The story might take place in a small town but it doesn't reuse the tired-old clichés. People are connected, they love their technology, it is a chaotic vibrant environment. My favorite moments in this film are when people are unable to get off their phones even though they know it could kill them. I see this everyday when I drive to work. It is funny scary kind of stuff.

Overall, it is an entertaining movie that speaks to a lot of issues that are currently cropping up. The fight scenes towards the end are awesome! I hope they make a sequel.

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