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Hellphone (2010)

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


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


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

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Hang up or die!


Comedy | Horror

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Release Date:

16 November 2010 (USA)  »

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$37,000 (estimated)
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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 »


All or Nothing
Written by Christy Johnson and Tian Garcia
Performed by Dreamkiller
Produced by Tian Garcia
Courtesy of Dreamkiller, LLC
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Huge fun!
30 July 2011 | by See all my reviews

"Hellphone" was a wonderfully fun romp, combining just the right amounts of camp and suspense. The results on the screen are far beyond what one would expect for the $19k budget, with the inclusion of surprisingly successful CGI effects. The cell phone creature was really quite convincing, moving quite naturally and interacting with the live characters in a very natural manner.

The film drew references from a number of interesting quarters, including a somewhat Hitchcockian shower scene and a Bluetooth Greek chorus. I did struggle a bit to connect the opening establishing scene with the present-day events of the film, but finally realized that this movie is not intended to stand up to deep scrutiny. Once I relaxed it became a lot more fun.

Performances by the main cast were quite good, and Phillip Ward was a particular standout as Bill.

Well worth the investment of a couple of hours of your life and a tub or two of popcorn!

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