A friend is trying to find the name of a movie. It opens with a flash back to a girl who was a babysitter. A guy comes to the door claiming car trouble, and afterwards the kids disappear. Fast forward to present day and the girl is working with a therapist. She ends up dying from same killer who was hiding by camouflaging himself. The killer then goes after the therapist by painting himself to look like a brick wall, and slowly drives the doctor insane by throwing his voice. Hopefully someone could tell us the answer.
UNK SEZ: Ironically, the camouflage gave this trauma away. Your pal has got to be talking about 1993’s WHEN A STRANGER CALLS BACK. I’m glad you brought this one up James B. because it’s an effective thriller that has somehow gone and blended in with the woodwork! Who would ever guess that a sequel made for cable 14 years after the original could be so darn good. In fact, there are many who believe that with this continuation, writer/ director FRED WALTON outdid his 1979 classic WHEN A STRANGER CALLS (WALTON also directed the beloved 1986 slasher APRIL FOOL’S DAY). CAROL KANE and CHARLES DURNING reprise their roles from the first film and if that weren’t enough, we get the added bonus of the not celebrated often enough scream queen, JILL SCHOELEN (THE STEPFATHER, CURSE II: THE BITE, CUTTING CLASS, PHANTOM OF THE OPERA, POPCORN). It looks like this one is lacking an official DVD release but I was able to stalk it down over at the YouTubes!