[Review] ‘The Caller’ Had Great Potential

Now in limited theaters everywhere from Samuel Goldwyn Films is Mathew Parkhill’s The Caller, which stars Stephen Moyer and Rachelle Lefevre of “True Blood” and Twilight fame, respectively. Evan Dickson writes in with his thoughts on the chiller, and I couldn’t agree more: it’s a pretty outstanding concept that should have been much, much better…

As it stands, it’s a good movie with great potential that I wanted to work just a little bit better than it did…. Ultimately, the worst thing I can say about ‘The Caller’ could also pass for a compliment. I liked it enough to want more out of it.

You can read the entire review by clicking the title above. Check out our exclusive video interviews with Parkhill and Moyer, and our report from the red carpet event in Puerto Rico.

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  • Correctomundo

    I enjoyed this movie, when I first saw the previews I knew there was going to be an interesting element of ideas present. I liked it, and the suspense did scare you, which is very hard for a movie to do for me these days. There was lingering traces of some depression mixed elsewhere, but what was what really ? I think as the viewer you were left to create a summary as to what may have been the case. A story made up or not ? The super natural element vs psychological brain problems. I can agree to Mr. Disgusting, I did want more out of it…but what would that have been ? It’s a very weird movie and so strange that I’ll give it some real credit for being original…unless there is a movie out there with the same principles ( there usually almost always is )