Film synopsis Students start receiving mobile phone messages from the future in which they hear themselves die horribly. When one girl receives her own message, she has three days to try and cheat death.
Are we ever going to get a review of this, empire? It's been sitting looking at me in the local DVD rental shop, but given the reader reviews here I've been rather inclined to avoid it. Would be nice to get a final verdict... More
I saw it last night and it wasn't anything special at all. It's not really a horror movie, more like a cheaply done TV one with two known main stars and the scares are weak. Yes, there were some jumps and the creatures are frightening but it does it very silly. It even ends stupid, leaving you scracthing your head and screaming at the TV. It's a two star horror flick, I'm afraid. More
The tragic thing is, this actually is a remake. I just watched the Japanese original on FilmFour, and it was atrocious. I just came on to see if Empire had anything to say about it and found this. The plot was a mashup of Ringu and Dark Water, with none of the suspense or menace of either. And I will give a fiver if anyone can explain the ending to me. Completely incoherent and not remotely scary. Why, why, why would you remake this? WHY? More
So not happy with just remaking now they are remaking films which are plot ripoffs of origional ideas. If they wanted to do a Cell phone horror why not get durabont to do Stephen Kings Cell. At least thats origional-ish More
Whe n a film has not one but two, seemingly unrelated, pre-credits sequences there is a fair bet that the film will get a little confusing and quite possibly above its station. When both of these sequences make me jump out of my skin I know I'm in for a fairly rough ride. How many years am I gonna lose to this venture of watching films that my disposition isn't accustomed to? But enough of me and my rather girlie nature, will this film deserv More
Let me set you the scene here peeps. American high school cheesey horror movie (like there have not been enough made) need I say anymore?
After watching one missed call, I cast my mind back over the years and tried to figure out exactly what was the worse movie I had ever seen? It took a while! Oh no! Wait.. why was I thinking so hard!!? I had just watched it!
This movie is shockingly bad! Pathetic actually. A terrible plot yet if you are looking for something of a non brain challenging na More