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The Caller YTS
The Caller YTS
2011
Action / Horror / Thriller
15
6.0/10
12K
1 hr 32 min

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Plot Summary:
Troubled divorcee Mary Kee is tormented by a series of sinister phone calls from a mysterious woman. When the stranger reveals she’s calling from the past, Mary tries to break off contact. But the caller doesn’t like being ignored, and looks for revenge in a unique and terrifying way…
Director
Matthew Parkhill
Top Cast
Rachelle Lefevre as Mary Kee

Stephen Moyer as John Guidi

Luis Guzmán as George

Ed Quinn as Steven Campbell


The Caller 2011 720p.BluRay

739.5 MB
1280*720
English 2.0
R

Subtitles
23.976 fps
1 hr 32 min
Seeds 2.

The Caller 2011 1080p.BluRay

1.46 GB
1920*1080
English 2.0
R

Subtitles
23.976 fps
1 hr 32 min
Seeds 2.

The Caller review

Reviewed by hnt_dnl

9 / 10

Twisty, well-acted, psychological horror tale
THE CALLER (2011) is a rare thinking person’s horror film. They really don’t make ’em like this anymore! While there are many elements that on the surface the viewer have seen in many other films, it’s what’s underneath that counts. This film takes several previously used elements and molds them into a profound, scary horror film that I think will steadily gain ground over the years.

As opposed to many modern horror films, The Caller is very old-fashioned and gritty-looking in presentation and tone. It takes it’s sweet time to draw the viewer into it’s world. Set in present-day Puerto Rico, beautiful, young, and recently divorced Mary (superbly performed by Rachelle Lefevre) has just moved into her own apartment in an old building. She starts getting mysterious phone calls on her landline from an odd, depressed, and psychotic woman named Rose. At first, Mary shrugs her off, then as the plot thickens, she becomes intrigued by this lady.

Mary and Rose share similarities, as both are involved with abusive, neglectful spouses and both women are lonely and depressed. During one of their conversations, Mary playfully suggests to Rose to “get rid of” her spouse, which Rose later confirms she does. Then things get really tense! Mary tries to cut off ties with Rose, but there is an incredible complication (which I won’t spoil) as Mary finds that she is connected to Rose more than she initially knew.

Along the way, Mary befriends and gets help in her Rose predicament from a couple of male figures, her gardener-landlord George (underplayed by the reliable veteran actor Luiz Guzman) and a teacher named John (well played by Stephen Moyer) at her night school, who she eventually strikes up a romance with.

The thing that I love about this horror film is that it can be interpreted in several ways and has several layers. The trajectory of the Mary-Rose dynamic throughout the film is enthralling and rides a roller-coaster of emotions. Interesting that we never really SEE much of Rose, yet she’s such a complicated, interesting character just be her voice and machinations. And Lefevre as Mary hits ALL the right notes, convincingly relaying Mary’s sadness, loneliness, depression, fear, and, in the end, resilience. Really great work by this up and coming actress! I think this nifty thinking-person’s suspenser will hold up for years!Read More