‘Something sinister awaits’
The Final Scream aka Callback and The Deadly Callback – is a 2019 British horror feature film written and directed by Scott Jeffrey (Clown Doll; The Bad Nun; writer of The House on Elm Lake; Unhinged; Fox Trap; et al). The Proportion Productions movie stars Kate Lister, Marc Ozall, Becca Hirani, Cassandra French, Tiffany-Ellen Robinson and Denese Ricketts.
An aspiring actress, Kia Anderson (Kate Lister, Unhinged), is desperate to make it in the filmmaking business, however, with a number of recent rejections she begins to second doubt herself. That is until she receives a callback for a horror movie.
Excited, and feeling it is her moment, Kia accepts the invitation, and upon arriving at the isolated house, she meets the director and his crew who are to film her audition workshop that weekend as apart of the “behind the scenes footage”.
However, soon, Kia will learn that she has already been cast, and the filmmakers aren’t recording “behind the scenes”, and she has found herself on the movie set of a snuff film where her life will literally become that of a horror film…
Reviews [click links to read more]:
“The Final Scream works not only because it has great performances but also it has a really good script which peels back the lens to show life on a low-budget film set, and which tricks the viewer into discerning which performances are “real” and which are “for the camera”. Flash Bang Film Review
The Final Scream is available via digital platforms such as Amazon.
Kia Anderson: “It’s isolated, it’s exactly what you’d expect for a horror film'”
Cast and characters:
- Kate Lister … Kia Anderson
- Marc Ozall … Tim
- Becca Hirani … Reese
- Cassandra French … Ruth
- Tiffany-Ellen Robinson … Harley
- Denese Ricketts … Beverly
- Claire-Maria Fox … Jade
- Sian Crisp … Janice
- Louisa Warren … Sue
- Keely Cat Wells … Auditionee
- Tommy Vilés … Mark
- Johanna Thea … Skye
- Eirini Mo … Auditionee
- Kate Lush … Auditionee
- Leila Kotori … Auditionee
Features brief clips from Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror (1922).