Release Date: November 11, 2012
Directed by: Jack Synder
Mitch moves from his small little town into the big city to get away from his sudden claustrophobic, trapped feelings. One night while out at the bar with his friend and colleague he meets the magnetic, seductive Amy who reels him in hook, line and sinker. A torrid love affair starts and feelings are building and promises are being spoken- are they genuine?
After a lazy night of love making a vicious loud knock on the door quickly flings them out of their reverie as an angry man screams for Amy to get her ass home. Mitch jumps up and demands to know what the hell is going on. Amy comes clean and tells him it's her hubby but he's an abusive son of a bitch...should he trust her? I mean he just met her at a bar.
From here on in everything is questionable and nothing is anything like what it seems. Mitch now is being charged with murder and is running from a stranger who is suddenly trying to kill him along with the law who is trying to throw him behind bars. Poor guys been stalked, beat, and ran off the road all within a matter of hours. Slowly he begins to piece things together enough to try and take them down.
The problem here is time is limited and he is greatly out numbered with the odds highly stacked against him His quick thinking manages to get him to the finish line but will he be able to cross it alive? Fatal Call is a thriller told in the means of flashbacks and bursts of the present which was played out well and meshed