OK, I know the title sounds goofy but despite how nutty it sounds, I have heard many good things about this film, particularly the fact that it is very creepy. Anyone seen this and care to chime in? Here are some details: DVDetails: HORROR HOTLINE...BIG HEAD MONSTER [DVD FORMAT ONLY] DVDetails: THIS DVD IS PLAYABLE IN ALL REGIONS ON NTSC EQUIPMENT USD$12.95 LIST: $17.99 YOU SAVE 28%! Availability: 1-2 Days - Usually ships within 1-2 business days. Film Director(s): Cheang Pou-Soi Film Producer(s): Joe Ma Wai-Ho, Ivy Kong (Yuk Yee) Released: 2001 [Hong Kong] Genre: Ghost Sub-Genre: Horror Keywords: Filmmaking, Journalist, Television Overview: The English title sounds completely ridiculous at first. But as the film develops, it makes a lot of sense. "Horror Hotline" is the name of a Hong Kong radio show (Francis Ng plays the show's producer); listeners call in to relate spooky ghost tales. A television crew from the United States (helmed by the lovely Josie Ho) arrives to film the hosts, and on their first day of shooting hear a caller describe a 1960's encounter with the Big Head Baby Monster. It turns out he's not the only one, as the switchboard is soon flooded with similar calls. Naturally the television crew is intrigued and wants to investigate further, and naturally this curiosity leads them deep into supernatural territory. Despite flashes of humor, this is not an ironic post-modern horror story; instead it takes its urban legend seriously and avoids cheap thrills. Cast: Francis Ng Chun-Yu, Josie Ho Chiu-Yee, Sam Lee Chan-Sam, Chow Lai Kei, Cheung Kai Kai, Ruth, Edmund Poon (Siu Chung), Bonnie Wong Man-Wai, Wilson Yip (Wai Shun), Alan Mak Siu-Fai, Szeto Kam-Yuen, Roy Szeto Wai-Cheuk. . . (Click any actor to search for more of their movies!) Running Time: 89 mins. Language(s): Cantonese, Mandarin Subtitles: ENGLISH, Chinese (Traditional), Chinese (Simplified) Distributor: Mei Ah [A Hong Kong-Based Distributor] Rating: IIB - "Adult Material; Parental Guidance Recommended" (roughly equal to an MPPA rating of "R") Films rated Category IIB contain large amounts of violence and/or nudity and sexual situations in addition to possible explicit language and adult situations. Features: Letterboxed; Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround; Alternate Endings; Cast and Production Information Thanks!