One Missed Call Opening in Theatres!

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We got an email today to remind you readers that Takashi Miike's "One Missed Call" is opening soon in New York! So all you die hard fans get ready!  Here is the complete release dates. Also included a spiff-alicious poster which you can see at the very end of this news item.

  • April 1: Hawaii International Film Festival, Honolulu, HI
  • April 7: Philadelphia International Film Festival, Philadelphia, PA
  • April 12: Jacob Burns Film Center, Pleasantville, NY
  • April 16-17: Florida Film Festival, Maitland, FL
  • April 22 (begins two/three-week run): Cinema Village, New York, NY
  • April 22 (begins one-week run): 4 Star Movie Theatre, San Francisco, CA
  • April 29 (begins one-week run): Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, Austin, TX
  • May 6 (begins two/three-week run): Laemmle Fairfax 3, Los Angeles, CA
  • May 13 (begins one-week run): Facets Cinematheque, Chicago, IL

In Takashi Miike's movie, a group of Japanese college kids are out for a night on the town. All seems well until Yoko’s cel rings with an unfamiliar tone. Unable to answer in time, she checks it to find the readout "one missed call"—from her own phone, three days in the future. More disturbing is the message: the sound of her own screams! No big deal is made of the matter, until three days later, when, at the exact time of the call, Yoko plunges to her death from a bridge.

Things get scarier when Kenji gets a similar call. Three days after, he too is dead. Then it’s Natsumi who gets the call, except this time it’s worse. Her phone's video display shows her turning to see an ominous figure creeping around a corner, behind her. Natsumi’s scared witless and, as word of the curses have spread and broadcasters jump on the chance of a live, on-air exorcism, Natsumi agrees to go on TV at the appointed hour. Meanwhile, Yumi, a companion of all the victims, summons up the courage to delve into the terrifying mystery and find out who—or what—is killing her friends.

Be sure not to miss our One Missed Call Movie Review.


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