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One of the worst movies I have ever seen
If I could give it a rating lower than half a star I would.
|Camilla Belle||Jill Johnson|
|Katie Cassidy||Tiffany Madison|
|Clark Gregg||Ben Johnson|
|Derek de Lint||Dr. Mandrakis|
|Kate Jennings Grant||Kelly Mandrakis|
|Steve Eastin||Detective Hines|
|David Denman||Officer Burroughs|
|Arthur Young||Will Mandrakis|
|Madeline Carroll||Allison Mandrakis|
|Rosine 'Ace' Hatem||Rosa|
|John Bobek||Officer Lewis|
|Brad Surosky||Boom Boom|
|Karina Logue||Track Coach|
|John Waugh||Man Calling Dog|
|Clark Gregg||Ben Johnson|
|Jon Gary Steele||Production Design|
|Peter Menzies Jr.||Director of Photography|
|Marie-Sylvie Deveau||Costume Design|
|Jake Wade Wall||Author|
|Paddy Cullen||Executive Producer|
|James Dooley||Original Music Composer|
|Gerald Sullivan||Art Direction|
|Jake Wade Wall||Writer|
|Fred Walton||Story Contributor|
|Steve Feke||Story Contributor|
"Every babysitter's nightmare becomes real..."
"Whatever You Do, Don't Answer The Phone."
On one side of town, a babysitter and the kids she is babysitting are brutally murdered. The police find that the murderer used his bare hands to tear them to shreds.
Teenager Jill Johnson (Camilla Belle) who is going through a teenage crisis, having her boyfriend, Bobby (Brian Geraghty), cheat on her with her best friend Tiffany (Katie Cassidy), and going over 800 minutes on her cell phone, for which her dad, Ben (Clark Gregg), has her babysit for a wealthy family to pay the debt. The unfortunate timing causes Jill to miss out on a school bonfire which her other best friend, Scarlett (Tessa Thompson), is attending. Jill arrives at the elaborate Mandrakis House, which has a greenhouse built in the center. The parents (Derek de Lint and Kate Jennings Grant) show her around and give her their numbers, stating that they won't be back until midnight. As the kids are seen to be upstairs asleep, Jill soon begins to receive anonymous phone calls.
Tiffany visits but Jill, fearing getting into further trouble, asks her to leave. However, tree branches knocked down by the storm outside block the road. When Tiffany gets out to move them, she is attacked by an unknown figure. The calls continue, each one becoming more alarming, suggesting she is being watched. Jill calls the police, who tell her they can trace the calls if she is able to keep him on the line for one minute. While waiting for the caller to ring, Jill sees someone in the guesthouse. After seeing a light switch on, Jill quickly makes her way back to the house. The phone rings, after which the police hurriedly inform her that the calls are coming from inside the house.
Jill finds Tiffany's dead body in the upstairs bathroom while investigating an active shower, and is soon attacked. She gets the kids and they run into the greenhouse. Jill finds the housemaid dead as the attacker breaks in. They quickly escape and Jill manages to lock the man inside the greenhouse, but he finds an exit and attacks Jill. There is a struggle and Jill manages to burn the man's back and stab him in the hand with an iron poker, before rushing out of the house into the arms of a police officer.
As the stranger is taken by the police, his face is shown by the moonlight. Jill awakens in the psychiatric hospital and the phone rings. She lets it ring, worrying that the events will reoccur. She waits for a time and leaves the phone ring, the camera pans to her reflection in the mirror, revealing the stranger to be behind her. The man grabs Jill, who screams hysterically, but is shown to be restrained by the medical staff.
Theatrical : 2006-02-03 : United States of America
DVD : 2006-05-16