A Radio Station Is Stalked By A Twisted Killer In Todd Sheet’s ‘Final Caller’

September 5, 2020

Written by Kelli Marchman McNeely

Kelli Marchman McNeely is the owner of HorrorFuel.com. She is an Executive Producer of "13 Slays Till Christmas" which is out on Digital and DVD and now streaming on Tubi. She has several other films in the works. Kelli is an animal lover and a true horror addict since the age of 9 when she saw Friday the 13th. Email: horrorfuelinfo@gmail.com



After the success of Dreaming Purple Neon and Bonehill Road as well as the insanity of  Clownado, director Todd Sheets, who has 50 titles under his belt, returns with the new film Final Caller, which Horror Fuel’s Dan XIII calls “Lean, mean, n’ full of screams, ” in his review.


“For late-night radio host Roland Bennett, crazy is a way of life.  His show “On Through The Night” attracts the wildest, most bizarre callers of any radio show in syndication.  But tonight is different. Tonight the show has truly crossed the line into Hell.  Tonight a vicious killer is on the hunt for fresh blood, and he wants to make sure his favorite radio host is involved every step of the way.  But simply calling in isn’t enough, and soon Roland and the staff of the radio station must face the depraved madman face to face.  And because everyone thinks it’s just another radio stunt orchestrated by Roland for higher ratings, they’re on their own against this savage, bloodthirsty maniac.  Who will survive this night of the damned?”


The film was a “top secret” project, created on off days and weekends by a group of dedicated people. Finished during the Covid 19 Pandemic of 2020, with a microbudget, the film was almost the lowest budget Todd Sheets has ever had for a feature film, barely enough to make a car payment or rent for a month. Yet, this movie was made with that budget. And it was very difficult, but lack of funds only pushed the team harder to make sure the sound, lighting, and style of the film was as polished and technically sound as possible. The focus was on telling a good story and hopefully making something engaging, shocking at times, and fun to watch.


There were hardships to overcome, as always, but the end result is once again something different and original for Extreme Entertainment. Following the pattern beginning with House of Forbidden Secrets, this movie is vastly different in style and story to each film that came before it.


Prepare yourself for a thrilling, twist-filled, goretastic film from your friends at Extreme Entertainment on October 1, 2020. Keep an eye out, the trailer will debut soon.




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