From ShockTillYouDrop, here's the poster for One Missed Call, another horror movie where a piece of exciting modern technology foretells the deaths of attractive people. In this case, the technology is mobile phone voicemail and the people are Shannyn Sossamon, whose friends were killed after the calls, and Ed Burns as the only detective who believes her. I expect by the end we'll realize Burns is the killer and that the entire film was a actually a long commercial for T-Mobile's myFaves when we learn through a brief Catherine Zeta-Jones cameo, "it turns out the only way to own a mobile phone and avoid being murdered is by getting free calls to your five favorite people, all with the same fantastic coverage and customer service you've come to expect."
The One Missed Call Poster! [ShockTillYouDrop]
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