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Devil May Call (2013)

R | | Horror, Thriller | 2013 (USA)
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A young, blind operator for a suicide hotline descends into a night of unrelenting terror when an obsessive caller turns out to be a serial killer.


Jason Cuadrado


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Corri English ... Sam
Tyler Mane ... John
Traci Lords ... Valerie
Van Hansis ... Jess
Camillia Monet ... Emily (as Camillia Sanes Monet)
Tracy Perez ... Jules
Daniel Hugh Kelly ... Tony
Carina Aviles Marshall Carina Aviles Marshall ... Victim #1 (as Carina Aviles)
Andrea Vicunia ... Victim #2 (as Andrea Vicuna)
Krystal Alvarez ... Hotline Caller
Krystelle Lorraine Krystelle Lorraine ... Hotline Caller
Joe Cabello Joe Cabello ... Hotline Caller
Leora Kashani Leora Kashani ... Staffer
Arthur Oganesyan Arthur Oganesyan ... Staffer
Phoebe Phillips Phoebe Phillips ... Staffer


Samantha "Sam" works at a crisis hot-line where she listens to strangers and helps them deal with their pain. It's a pain she knows well since the hot-line saved her life once when she lost her sight and didn't know how to live in a world of darkness. On her last night on the job, Sam receives a terrifying visit from one of her regular callers who feels betrayed that she's leaving him. This man is no ordinary caller. He's a sadistic serial killer she's unknowingly been keeping from killing himself for over a year. With only a skeleton crew on the graveyard shift, there's very little that stands between him and Sam. He's come for her and won't let anything or anyone stand in his way. Will Sam survive the longest, darkest night of her life? Written by Angelo Demonte

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Rated R for violence

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John: You never saw the real me did you?
Sam: The real you? No I couldn't I wanted too I did but how could I see you? I can't see anything I can't see you because I'm blind
[last lines]
John: You see me now?
[removes his glasses]
Sam: [feels his face] Yeah... Yeah I see you
[jams her thumbs in his eyes]
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Starring Tyler Mane and Traci Lords.
25 June 2016 | by BA_HarrisonSee all my reviews

Pretty blind counsellor Sam (Corri English) is on her last ever shift at the crisis centre when serial killer John (Tyler Mane), a regular user of the hot-line, pays a visit.

Devil May Call is pretty much what I expected from a horror film starring an ex-WCW wrestler and an ageing ex-pornstar: nothing to phone home about. To be fair, the film opens promisingly with a neat title sequence during which we hear a series of desperate calls to a crisis hot-line, followed by a tense scene in which a victim of serial killer John attempts to escape from the psycho's home while he is speaking to Sam on the phone. If only the rest of the film had been as 'edge of the seat', we might have had a unexpected treat on our hands.

As it stands, the film is a massive disappointment, with a predictable plot that plays out in dreary fashion until the forgettable finale (I won't go into detail since I've already forgotten how the film ends). Mane, as hulking weirdo John, is mildly menacing due to his size, but the film fails to chill or thrill as it should, director Jason Cuadrado fumbling the intended jump-scares and delivering zilch in the way of gore. Traci Lords, once every teenage boys' wet dream, plays Val, an unmarried middle-aged counsellor obsessed with cats.

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