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Dangerous Calling

USA 2008
produced by
Nathaniel Thomas McGill, Vincent Vittorio for Daws Brothers, Life is my Movie/Cloud Ten
directed by Josh Daws, Jeremiah Daws
starring Carrie L.Walrond, Jackie Prucha, Stephen Caudill, Brandon O'Dell, Dan Triandiflou, Sunny Williams, Frank Roberts, Davina Masiarczyk, Trey Massey, Tiffany Morgan, Minnie Tee, Alex Wright, Melissa Weyn, Marcia Banks, Aaron Blevins, Billy Daws, Andy Rocker, Jon Daws, Daniel McGill
written by Josh Daws, Jeremiah Daws, music by Kristopher Carter, Michael McCuistion, Lolita Ritmanis, special makeup effects by Matt Green, Daniel McGill

review by
Dale Pierce

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Though released by the Christians up at Cloud Ten in Canada, this film can easily pass as something of interest to the secular world.


An actor or actress can receive no greater compliment than when a viewer forgets he or she is watching a performance and comes to truly hate a character on the screen. It happened with me with Old Man Potter in Itís A Wonderful Life, Mr. Blond in Reservoir Dogs and Tom Chaney in True Grit. It happened this go of things too, with Prucha as Miss Pat.


Miss Pat remains the typical church busybody on the surface. If you are a nonchristian who stopped going to church over some issue or another, like me, you would recognize the personality type right away. Somehow she figures she should be the pastor of the church and run the show behind the scenes, because she is a rich contributor to the cause and a supposed bible-banger. Yet Miss Pat goes beyond even that.


Miss Pat conveniently forgets some of the Ten Commandments she ought to be observing, especially the one about killing people. Sometimes sending her son to do her dirty work and sometimes taking matters into her own hands, this mother/son tag team pile up a scorecard of bodies behind the scenes, making them look like accidental deaths. When the son kills the current pastor who has dared to go against his motherís wishes by smothering him with a plastic bag over the head and covers it up with a gas explosion to erase his crime in the first ten minutes of the movie, you know you arenít in for the normal Christian film experience. In fact, minus a ton of sappy bullshit, I see the secular crowd liking this movie and many of the born-againers somehow offended by it.


When the new pastor and his wife show up to replace the one Miss Pat & company have demolished, things take a turn for the worse. Miss Patís psychotic compulsions become known, one by one, where even this well-intending pastor starts to have his patience tried. He later comes to suspect Miss Pat may not be the routine church lady every church has and hates to own up to, but something even more deadly.


Finally, Miss Pat turns into a blithering idiot out to do Godís will. This will of course means to kill the sinners.


While the deadly duo pile up a few more bodies, the pastor and his wife get away. The mother and son both die. If there is any justice in the world, you wonít be seeing them up in heaven either!


When Miss Pat bites the dust, some of the churchgoers incredibly cheered at early church screenings of this film.

A bit surprising there.

But then, maybe not! 


A recommended movie if for no other reason than to see Miss Pat. She is a greater religious fanatic/villain than Margaret White in Carrie, Bishop Lee in September Dawn, or The Strangler in Donít Answer The Phone.


review © by Dale Pierce


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