And even more video is headed your way, this time in the fashion of an exclusive clip from the ghostly new flick The Caller. What're you waiting for? Hurry up and answer. It's best not to keep this spectre on hold.
Hear that ringing in your ears? It's not your phone, kids! It's actually a sensory alarm in your head that goes off when you're in the presence of something supernatural. Of course I'm making this all up so how about I make it up to you by giving you a chance to score a copy of The Caller (review here) on DVD?
For what it is, The Caller (review here) does a fine job of ringing in some better than average spooky. How fine? Come this October you'll be able to find out for yourself. Read on for details.
We're just a couple of days away from The Caller making its way into an extremely limited theatrical release, and we've got four newly released clips so you can dig on at least some of the spooky.
Slipping quietly into limited theatres this Friday is The Caller, and we have the verdict on whether or not you should make the effort to seek it out if you can!
Looking to catch The Caller at your local theatre in a couple of weeks? Well good luck finding it. It's playing in just five states. We've got the theatre listing for you just in case!
Here at the Dread Central offices we have a tendency to ignore the ringing phone. Usually it's because we're duckin' telemarketers or hordes of perverts calling day and night in hopes of getting tele-lucky™. (Pay your credit card bills and we'll talk, deadbeat. We got mouths to feed). However, if it's The Caller dialing in, we'll answer in a hurry!
A few days ago we told you that The Caller would be headed to theatres for a limited release here in the States, and now we've got the official word and first look at some new artwork. Dig it!
Some good news coming in for fans eagerly awaiting word on when they will be able to see the recently acquired by Sony thriller The Caller. The little flick will be heading to a few theatres before coming home. Read on for details.
Well, that didn't take very long. Some more J-Horror inspired goodness has found a home so that it may infect audiences here in the States.
The official one-sheet from Matthew Parkhill's J-horror inspired film The Caller is here and if we want to stay alive we'll heed its ominous warning! The film, once a Brittany Murphy vehicle before her untimely death, now stars Rachelle Lefevre, Stephen Moyer, and Luis Guzman. Dig on the goods after the plot crunch. Synopsis
The first still from Matthew Parkhill's J-horror inspired film The Caller has arrived, and we have it for you in all its atmospheric glory. The film, once a Brittany Murphy vehicle before her untimely death, now stars Rachelle Lefevre, Stephen Moyer, and Luis Guzman. Dig on the goods after the plot crunch. Synopsis
Three days. Three stories. Three horror movies featuring Brittany Murphy. We're flabbergasted. Yep, coming from director Matthew Parkhill and writer Sergio Casci is The Caller.