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The Devil Took The Call

A frustrated remote call center representative bets his soul with the devil that he can help his caller but to do so he will need to confront a truth about himself he is not ready to face.

  • Roberto Alvarenga
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    Short Script
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    United States
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Writer Biography - Roberto Alvarenga

Roberto Alvarenga is an 80s kid forever with a flare for horror. Spielberg, Dante, Craven, Carpenter were his mentors - he just never knew it until he started writing. Studied at New York Film Academy. Obtained a master's degree in English Literature and Creative Writing from Southern New Hampshire University. Bro-hugged Mathew Modine.

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Writer Statement

The trends that you will find in my horror stories usually include two types of elements: the supernatural and the folly of man's assertion that he/she has control of situations that will not be controlled. Combined I use them to illustrate the scariest thought to me that what is supernatural just might be the natural and our actions against it is what creates the true horrors we face.