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Final Caller

USA 2020
produced by
Amanda Payton, Jack McCord, Todd Sheets for Extreme Entertainment, Fuzzy Puppy Filmworx
directed by Todd Sheets
starring Douglas Epps, Rachel Lagen, Alexander Brotherton, Jack McCord, Jane Plumberg, Dilynn Fawn Harvey, Antwoine Steele, Erin Wolfe, Logan Elizabeth Giesing, Jordan Bryson, Lindsey Michelle, and the voices of Julie Anne Prescott, Rachel Lagen, Eileen Dietz, Rebecca Rinehart, Pete Chiarella, Andrew Baltes, September Day
written by Todd Sheets, music by Enochian Key, Matt Cannon, Casey Lynn, Ross Bugden, Toshiyuki Hiraoka, Graham Plowman, special makeup effects by Annalee Mae Dorsey, Amanda Payton, Buckets of Blood Productions

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Roland (Douglas Epps) is a shock radio host on a late night call-in show, someone who has absolutely no filter and loves to insult his callers - something he has become famous and popular for, so his show's transmitted all over the country. Of course, his behaviour on the air is triggered by a deep-rooted rage and self-hatred. And today, Roland has an especially strong reason to be enraged, as his estranged wife Claire (Jane Plumberg) stops by the station to hand him the divorce papers, something he has dodged for weeks now. He tries to have his mini-revenge on her by dragging her on the air and trying to humiliate her in front of his audience, but then he gets a call from a guy calling himself the Outsider (Jack McCord) that puts everything in perspective, as the guy states he needs to sacrifice 8 women tonight as part of some Satanic ritual. Now Roland believes, or at least wants to believe, it's a hoax, but his producers Jessica (Rachel Lagen) and Jason (Alexander Brotherton) are not too sure and call the police. But the dispatched detective (Antwoine Steele) turns up dead, suggesting that the Outsider is already in the building. What's worse is that producer Jessica, with whom Roland had a fling, has her own dark agenda. And then why are there two caged and chained up girls kept in utility room at the radio station? And when it seems like the night couldn't get any worse, it of course does ...


Now this is a film that's not for the faint of heart as it's pretty much as loud as its protagonist, it features some pretty explicit (and pretty well-handled scenes of blood and guts and doesn't shy away from anything. But that said, Final Caller is more than just a mindless gorefest as it's well-structured, cleverly written, and even though not all the characters (especially protagonist Roland) are exactly likeable, they're well fleshed out and relatable. That all said, it is a movie that's at times a little strong to stomach, but if visceral horror's your thing, you should definitely give this one a try.


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