|Directed by||Terence H. Winkless|
|Produced by||Milton C. Hubatka|
|Written by||Stephen Lorimore|
|Edited by||Stephen Lorimore|
It is a suspenseful retelling of the common story of "The Babysitter and the Man Upstairs" about a teenage baby sitter who, alone in a house at night, is harassed by a series of phone calls made by a psychotic killer.
The film was featured at the Edinburgh Film Festival, L.A. Filmex and the Chicago Film Festival, among others. In Illinois, it is commonly shown to classes in home economics, for whom it illustrates the concepts of responsibility and deviancy.
- Gillian Bennett, Paul Smith, Contemporary legend
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