Cause invariably one of them decides he wants to kill you for helping him. See what I mean? I find that it’s better to just ignore pleas for help and mercy and all that Good Samaritan stuff and go right on my merry way looking out for Number One. Know what I’m saying?
Anyhoo. The heroine of Jason Cuadrado’s “Devil May Call” should have followed my lead, cause look what kind of trouble she’s gotten into by trying to help people. Suddenly some huge dude is going all “Terminator” on her co-workers. Told ya.
After an accident leaves her sightless, crisis hotline counselor Samantha Creed (English) devotes herself to helping troubled callers back from the brink of despair. But when Sam decides to step down, one of her frequent callers does not take the news well. On her last night on the job, Sam faces a terrifying visit from John (Mane), a frequent caller who feels betrayed by her leaving.
But John is no ordinary caller. He’s a sadistic serial murderer she’s unwittingly kept from killing himself for over a year. With only a skeleton crew on the graveyard shift, there’s very little that stands between John and Sam. He’s come for her and won’t let anything or anyone stand in his way.
Can Sam survive the longest, darkest night of her life?
Starring Corri English, Traci Lords, Van Hansis, Camillia Sanes Monet, Daniel Hugh Kelly, and Tyler Mane (of the “Halloween” and “X-Men” movies, or just all those “big scary looking guy trying to kill you” roles).
“Devil May Call” is currently being shopped around at the European Film Market.