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Night Caller

The Night Caller (1985) is a strange film. The movie starts out like the Dario Argento film Tenebrae (with a stylized murder by a masked killer) and then it turns into a police procedural flick with sadistic overtones.

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The Night Caller (1985) is a strange film. The movie starts out like the Dario Argento film Tenebrae (with a stylized murder by a masked killer) and then it turns into a police procedural flick with sadistic overtones. A family guy cop (Melvin Wong) goes deep into a case and gets involved with a deranged killer. His partner and friend (Philip Chan) along with a new protégé Porky (Pat Ha) take over the case and look for his missing partner (who's "enjoying" the twisted company of the killer. Can Inspector Chan and Porky find Melvin before he becomes the latest victim of the psychotic killer? IMDB

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AKA:Ping an ye
Director:Philip Chan
Year:1985
Language:Cantonese, English subtitles
Format:4:3
Audio Quality:8.5
Video Quality:8.0
Starring:Philip Chan Pat Ha Terry Hu Deborah Sims

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