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  • Format: NTSC, Import
  • Language: English
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Studio: Scorpion Records
  • Release Date: Oct. 16 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 1.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B008HHTG44

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Theodore Shulman on Jan. 13 2001
Format: VHS Tape
OK folks, I sympathize with those of you who hated this movie. It's nasty and what there is of a plot is goofy. But Nicholas Worth scares the hell out of me every time I watch this. At once smug and terrified, forceful and helpless, his whimpering panic-attack-tantrum gets right into my guts and makes me identify with this obscene morbid beefy creature.
The movie lets you learn just enough about the victims to experience their fear and pain with maximum possible sympathy and intensity, and the sarcastic detective and other incidental characters get some hilarious lines.
If you accept the goal of the movie, which is, to horrify you the viewer by forcing you to feel intimate with this infantile, onanistic killer, I bet you will admit that this movie succeeds.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By falcon TOP 1000 REVIEWER on Sept. 1 2007
Format: DVD
i didn't mind this movie.it's no classic or anything but in my
opinion,it is worth watching.the acting is surprisingly good for this
genre.the killer is pretty wacko.the 2 main cops are kind of humorous
at times.this movie did not feel like a horror movie to me.it wasn't
really graphic enough for that designation,in my opinion.but it was a
good suspense movie.it's a lot better than many movies of the genre and
certainly was well worth my time.it won't win any awards for
originality(even for being made in 1980)but what horror movie would?i
wouldn't call it a classic,though it may have that designation from
some critics and viewers.for me, "Don't Answer the Phone" is a 3.5/5
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Format: DVD
DON'T ANSWER THE PHONE (1979): Suffering from the memories of his (apparently) abusive father, gibbering lunatic Kirk Smith is a photographer who occasionally uses the cover of his job to help locate young female victims to murder. For fun, the serial killer routinely takes part in Psychologist Lindsey Gale's call-in radio program, pretending to seek advice about his sexual obsessions. Street savvy cop Lt. McCabe and his sidekick Sgt. Hatcher attempt to identify the perpetrator of the fiendish killings with little success, at one point utilizing the powers of an incompetent psychic. During the investigation, McCabe and Gale meet and become romantically involved. Meanwhile, Smith breaks into the house of Carol, a beautiful young patient of Dr. Gale's, and tortures her before killing her. Later, he is invited into the home of prospective model Joyce. When she complains about the sick nature of some of the photographs on display in his portfolio, he tears off her clothes and strangles her on the living room couch. Her roommate enters the room in time to see her friend die, at which point she is cornered by the wildly shrieking madman, who strangles her slowly to death. McCabe and Hatcher interview Sam Gluckman, a smut peddler who identifies Smith. Hot on Smith's trail, the cops are stunned when the maniac kidnaps Gale, which suddenly makes the case very personal for McCabe. Before Smith is able to make the psychiatrist his next victim, McCabe frees the terrified woman and pursues the killer into a residential area. "Adios, creep!" McCabe intones, shooting the fleeing murderer repeatedly in the back. In slow motion, Smith's bullet-riddled corpse falls into a swimming pool...Read more ›
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Format: VHS Tape
For some ungodly reason, I rented this one night and will live to regret it. The plot, which is nearly nonexistent, is about a therapist, whose name I don't remember, who is being stalked by some sick, burly killer who kills women by violently strangling them after giving a call to the therapist to occasionally scare the hell out of her. Well, I think that's the plot. All I remember is the psychologist getting terrorized from time to time, some big fat killer raping and killing a countless number of women, and two unprofessional detectives chasing the guy down. That's it, that's the plot. Non of the victims are really characters, spare the first one, a past child abuse victim whose father molested her at a young age. She goes to the therapist, and is stalked home and subsequently raped and killed. It was one of the most tasteless pieces of cinema I've ever seen.
The "climax" is a bit disturbing, when the killer finally closes in on the therapist at her home, beats her, ties her to a chair, and screams at her. It all ends pretty abruptly, and I was glad, cuz I couldn't sit through this much more. I don't recommend this at all, not even for fans of horror films that show far more nudity than horror. It's sick, twisted, and amongst all that, mind-numbingly unentertaining, for many reasons. DO NOT GET THIS MOVIE! And if you do...well, knock yourself out.
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By A Customer on Aug. 15 2000
Format: VHS Tape
Without question, the worst film I have ever seen. The direction, story, acting, and score are all done with no talent whatsoever. Not even worth viewing for "camp" value, unless you find themes of rape, torture, misogyny, murder, and racism to be funny.
Apparently, this new VHS and DVD version from Rhino edits out all the graphic sex and violence, which was the only reason to watch this trash in the first place. Why did Rhino think that this excrement was worth rereleasing in the first place, especially in a heavily edited version?
Too bad giving the film zero stars is not an option.
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