“The Caller” is a psychological thriller film released in 2011, directed by Matthew Parkhill. The movie follows the story of Mary Kee, played by Rachelle Lefevre, a recently divorced woman who moves into a new apartment in Puerto Rico. After receiving a series of mysterious phone calls from a woman named Rose, played by Lorna Raver, Mary begins to suspect that there may be something sinister going on.
As the calls become increasingly menacing and Rose’s true identity is revealed, Mary becomes trapped in a dangerous game of cat and mouse with her tormentor. With the help of her new neighbor, John, played by Stephen Moyer, Mary must fight to protect herself and uncover the truth about Rose’s past.
The film explores themes of mental illness, abuse, and the fear of the unknown. It received mixed reviews from critics, with some praising its tense atmosphere and solid performances, while others found it to be too formulaic and predictable.
Despite its mixed reception, “The Caller” remains a popular film among fans of psychological thrillers and is often cited as an example of the genre’s ability to create tension and suspense through subtle storytelling and effective use of atmosphere.
Duration: 92 min.