The gritty horror-thriller Night Caller, a dark tale of a psychic thrust into the world of murder when she begins seeing the acts of a serial killer, is coming to streaming platforms this May.
In the film, written and directed by Chad Ferrin, a “Telephone psychic Clementine Carter (Susan Priver) is pulled into a complex web of mystery when she receives a call from a serial killer. Predicting his murders before he commits them puts her into a terrifying game of cat and mouse. Enlisting the aid of her invalid father and clairvoyant co-worker, they must use their unique abilities to stay one step ahead of a maniac whose unspeakable acts in the present are nothing compared to his past and future.”
The cast includes Steve Railsback, Bai Ling, Lew Temple, Susan Driver, Silvia Spross, and Robert Miano. Robert “Corpsy” Rhine, whose Girls and Corpses Films produced with Ferrin’s Crappy World Films, also has an onscreen role.
Night Caller (review), from Girls and Corpses/Crappy World Films, winner of seven international film festivals, and distributed by 123 Go Films, starts streaming May 13, 2022.