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One Missed Call Trailer Online
J-horror remake with Shannyn Sossamon

31 August 2007  |  Written by Helen O'Hara  |  Source: Yahoo

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OK, so it's a slow news day, which is why we're bringing you news of a trailer for One Missed Call, the American remake of Japanese horror of the same name.

The plot sees Beth Raymond (Shannyn Sossamon) and her friends terrorised by mobile phone messages that appear to recount the moment of their deaths. As they try to figure out what's happening, they enlist cop Jack Andrews (Ed Burns) to help. French director Eric Valette handled the adaptation.

The trailer is heavy on the creepy ringtones, people with holes for eyes and giving away THE ENTIRE PLOT, but if you aren't too worried about spoilers and have been missing Sossamon since she went AWOL a little while ago, check it all out here.


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RE: When did...
So is this a remake of Phone? or Miike's One Missed Call? Personally, i didn't go much on the original Phone, and always wanted to see One Missed Call but never got round to ordering it. But basically, this thread is about another god damn remake isn't it? Bollocks More

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Article says it's a remake of Phone,which is a South Korean film,sloppy journalism. More

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...American remakes of Asian horror films ever work? This'll be on my list of films not to waste my money on. More

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There is a Takashi Miike film called One Missed Call.   www.imdb.com/title/tt0366292/p;   It's nothing worth phoning home about.     More

Posted by UTB at 13:07 on 31 August 2007 | Report This Post

I is confused...
Is there not a Miike film called something similar? Kou Shibasaki fae Battle Royale was in it.... More

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