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Scalper: Night Caller II

USA 2023
produced by
Jeff Olan, Robert Miano, Chad Ferrin, Susan Priver (executive) for Crappy World Films, Dance On Productions, Laurelwood Pictures
directed by Chad Ferrin
starring Susan Priver, Jake Busey, Bai Ling, Robert Miano, Kate Patel, Jon Budinoff, Kurt Bonzell, Brian Burke (= Michael Cambridge), Timothy Muskatell, Brandon Kirk, Kelli Maroney, Jennifer Drake, Cyril O'Reilly, Elina Madison, Scott Vogel, Silvia Spross, Jerry Irons, Robert Rhine, James MacPherson, Joe Castro, Roger Garcia, Paul Blyumkin, Christopher Louis Parker, Dylan Wells, Marie Bergenholtz, Jeff Olan, Suzanne Sumner Ferry, Kristi McHugh, Steve Railsback, Lew Temple
written by Chad Ferrin, music by Richard Band, special effects makeup by Joe Castro


review by
Mike Haberfelner

After the events of Night Caller, psychic Clementine (Susan Priver) has become somewhat of a celebrity, so much so that she's invited to Hurricane Herk's (Jon Budinoff) radio show - where one of the callers is her boss Jade (Bai Ling), whom Clementine has to listen to being murdered live on air - and brutally murdered at that, she's scalped and her face is torn off while still alive - in other words, even though Clementine has shot him dead, the Scalper still seems to be out there. With the help of detecives Hayden (Jake Busey) and Lupino (Kate Patel), and even her dead husband Doug (Brian Burke), Clementine tries to track down the Scalper, but basically stumbles over too many misleading clues. Thing is, the Scalper is actually after her, and to remind her of that, he scalps and almost kills her father (Robert Miano) ...


A very enjoyable blend of police procedural, serial killer thriller and supernatural horror that by not pressing into any one direction too hard finds a perfect balance between the three rather different approaches to storytelling. Plus, even though the film is a very direct sequel to Night Caller, it manages to stand on its own feet by telling an interesting and compelling story peopled by fleshed out characters. And a genre savvy directorial effort relying heavily on suspense but not shying away from gruesomeness, and a grounded ensemble of course help making this a very entertaining piece of thriller entertainment.


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