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One Missed Call

Attempted J-Horror ‘One Missed Call’ Instead Grudgingly Makes Us Laugh

CHICAGO – Hello, J-Horror. Please hang up and dial again. In fact, the message “please hang up and dial again” should have given to Eric Valette before accepting Takashi Miike’s remake “One Missed Call” as his American directorial debut.

Hollywood’s successful calling to remake mediocre J-Horror films has finally ended with this tragic interpretation of “Chakushin Ari” in which an evil spirit haunts the cellular phone network for a group of bad-acting college friends.

New Production Stills Released For ‘One Missed Call’ With Shannyn Sossamon, Ed Burns

One Missed Call

Warner Bros. on Monday released new production stills for the upcoming supernatural thriller “One Missed Call,” which stars Shannyn Sossamon and Ed Burns. The film is slated to open on Jan. 4, 2008. All of the following production stills are credited to Guy D’Alema.

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