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Devil May Call trailer dials in the terror

Feb. 12, 2013by: Kevin Woods

It was only a couple weeks ago when we hit you with the poster for Jason Cuadrado's latest DEVIL MAY CALL and today we have a look at the first trailer for this badboy.

Tyler Mane (Rob Zombie's HALLOWEEN), Corri English (UNREST) and Traci Lords (BLADE) star in this terrifying looking film, which is currently being screened at the European Film Market.

 

Samantha (Corri English) 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, John (Tyler Mane) 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.

 

The film was penned by Jason Cuadrado and Wyatt Doyle.

Extra Tidbit: So did you dig the trailer?

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10:14AM on 02/12/2013
No. This film does not look good. It has too many red flags. And, its apparent quality is too bad, Tyler Mane plays a mean Sabretooth and Michael. He deserves to succeed in genre cinema. However, Devil May Call displays too many signs of bad writing. Its title is a dumb pun on "devil may care." The protagonist is a blind woman stuck in a buidling with a killer, and that bunch of cliches is cliche. While calling in, Mane's character acts as though he has an affective disorder when he is, in
No. This film does not look good. It has too many red flags. And, its apparent quality is too bad, Tyler Mane plays a mean Sabretooth and Michael. He deserves to succeed in genre cinema. However, Devil May Call displays too many signs of bad writing. Its title is a dumb pun on "devil may care." The protagonist is a blind woman stuck in a buidling with a killer, and that bunch of cliches is cliche. While calling in, Mane's character acts as though he has an affective disorder when he is, in fact, a sociopath. Beyond the screenwriting, the characters look a bit gross with all of their make-up and piercings. They do not look like wholesome protagonists for whom one would cheer. The trailer concludes with a beeping phone left off a hook, and a moviefan has encountered that trailer scare tactic many, many times.
I think that the trailer had other things that did not look good. I forget them now. But anyway, Devil May Call does not look horrible, but it does look pretty bad.
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