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Night Caller

USA 2022
produced by
Chad Ferrin, Robert Miano, Susan Priver (executive), Robert Rhine (executive), Paul Blyumkin (executive), James MacPherson (executive), Dennis Allard (executive) for Crappy World Films, Girls and Corpses
directed by Chad Ferrin
starring Susan Priver, Bai Ling, Robert Miano, Steve Railsback, Silvia Spross, Kelli Maroney, Lew Temple, Robert Rhine, James MacPherson, Brian Burke, Scott Vogel, Holden Kopman, Brandon Kirk, Kristi McHugh, Talia Asseraf, Joe Castro, Robert Weinstein, Robert Genesis Cortez, Kyle McConaghy, Cheryl Cipriano, Michael Cambridge
written by Chad Ferrin, music by Richard Band, special makeup effects by Joe Castro

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Clementine (Susan Priver) works at Jade's (Bai Ling) psychic hotline, and it's only fitting then that she actually has psychic abilities - for better or worse though, as when one night a "James Smith" calls in, she senses he's a serial killer, and what's worse, she thinks she can "see" his murders as or even before they're happening. But what freaks her out even more than that is that he seems to know more about her than she'd like him to. Eventually, she goes to investigate a murder scene, thinking it might give her peace of mind, but she pretty much runs into the killer, and only manages to chase him off because her father (Robert Miano) has insisted she carries a gun. But that contact gives her some more (psychic) information about the killer, and she and her (disabled) dad manage to link him to their own past and find out his identity. However when Clementine reports this to the police, the two policemen (Robert Rhine, James MacPherson) investigating the case end up dead. And now Clementine and her father know they're in real danger ...


Of course, when it comes to the whole psychic aspect of the story, this movie demands quite a bit of suspension of disbelief - which is totally worth it though, as with the psychic link a given, the film's plot is diligently constructed, makes total sense in itself, and is nicely structured on top of that. And a genre-savvy directorial effort and grounded performances by all involved make this a pretty cool horror trip.


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