Despite the usual shortcomings built into a low-budget presentation, THE WHISPERING is suprising because of its reasonably sober approach. Mercifully, it's not a gory spectacle awash in blood, rudely interrupted by sexual couplings, and loaded with special effects. If only the screenplay's
liabilities didn't leave so much room for improvement.
A community is plagued by a series of suspicious suicides. Bounced off the police force, rebellious insurance claims agent Peter Ransket (Leif Garrett) defies superiors by probing the mysterious Lansing case instead of closing inquiries quickly and profitably for his firm. Drawn to the dead man's
ex-girlfriend, Lisa (Lesl...