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A suspense thriller set in the world of small town church politics, Dangerous Calling follows the story of Pastor Evan Burke and his wife Nora as they assume leadership of First Baptist Willit Springs after the mysterious death of the previous pastor.
Eager to get to know the new pastor, Miss Pat, the church's controlling widow-woman, invites Evan and Nora to stay with her while she has the parsonage renovated. Left alone at Miss Pat's beautiful home in the mountains of North Georgia, Nora begins to suspect that Miss Pat's extremely sheltered adult son, Elijah, may have had something to do with the previous pastor's death.
Drawing upon their experience as preacher's kids, the Daws Brothers deliver an insider look into the sometimes frightening aspects of church politics. Although the story involves Christian characters, this is not your typical church film. Dangerous calling is sure to keep you on the edge of the pew. In this church the politics can be deadly.
While this movie did not have any well known actors, the acting was very good.
The plot of the movie will keep anyone on the edge of their seat.
Youth group watched this as an alternative to watching slasher movies with there friends. Has a great message and shows that even in the church, there are false converts playing... Read morePublished on September 6, 2013 by A. Mathis
I was looking at the bigger picture of this story. This is an extreme case of what happens when you put politics, money, and libralism over God. Read morePublished on May 16, 2013 by D. Lee
Great faith based thriller. Nothing that a parent of a child over 12 (ish) should worry about. Our girls were on the edge of their seats.Published on February 17, 2013 by Jennifer A. Faulman-davis
"Dangerous Calling" is a thriller that is set within the context of church politics. A young minister and his wife arrive to take charge of a small town church shortly after its... Read morePublished on December 11, 2012 by Robert J. Ruhf
Christian film - pretty good, if somewhat in-your-face gruesome, with one violent act committed in the first 5-10 minutes.
Horror film - Okay, middling. Read more
This is one "great" movie. Hitchcock could not have done a better job. This movie truly deserves more attention than it has received.Published on April 23, 2011 by GA Girl