Don’t Hang Up – Movie Review
An evening of drunken prank calls becomes a nightmare for a pair of teenagers when a mysterious stranger turns their own game against them… with deadly consequences.
Don’t Hang Up is a technically proficient film that gets the most out of its screenplay, but unfortunately, that script is filled to the brim with every single implausible horror cliche imaginable. The killer seems to have a master switch to every single electronic device in the hapless pranksters’ house. It’s tough to take the film seriously when the unknown assailant has CIA powers of surveillance.
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Directed by: Damien Macé, Alexis Wajsbrot
Starring: Sienna Guillory, Gregg Sulkin, Garrett Clayton
MPAA Rating: R for disturbing violence, and language including sexual references
Run Time: 83 min