Last Shift (2015) – Review | Rating and Synopsis

Last Shift (2015)

Last Shift (2015)

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  • Release Date:  2015
  • Genre:  Haunted House
  • Director:  Anthony DiBlasi
  • Screenwriter:  Anthony DiBlasi, Scott Poiley
  • Cast & Crew: Juliana Harkavy, Joshua Mikel, Hank Stone, J. LaRose, Sarah Sculco, Kathryn Kilger, Natalie Victoria, Mary Lankford Poiley, Matt Doman, Scott Poiley, Jeremy S. Brock, and Skyler Poiley.

Last Shift (2015) Rating:

  • Eloise = 7 / 10;
  • Dylan = 7 / 10;
  • Raoul = 8 / 10;
  • IMDB = 5.8/10;
  • Rotten Tomatoes = 5.1/10.

Last Shift (2015) Synopsis:

For her very first day of work, young officer Loren is asked to look after the police station overnight. Alone, she will have to face the dark forces that roam around the place at night.

Last Shift (2015) Review:

The latest movie by the director of Dread and CassadagaLate Shift is a very pleasant surprise – and an unexpectedly creepy movie!

Being alone in an unknown place is one hell of a scary thing, but when it is a creepy police station with horrible paranormal-like things happening all over the place, it is another beast altogether.

The movie’s scenario, as well as the main character, reminded me a lot of the recent Let Us Prey. For those who have seen the latest, both movies share the same dark and occult atmosphere, as well as the sharp and extremely dark imagery. The great thing about Last Shift is that, in addition to the atmosphere, it manages to be both really creepy and really suspenseful. The movie combines classic paranormal “door slamming jump scares” with a few really oppressive horror scenes, such as when she is locked up in the cell with a stranger pointing a flashlight at her.

The only thing that stops that movie from being a classic is the story, which a little too generic to be excellent, and maybe lacks a twist in the middle to keep the audience on edge. Yet, the movie will be remembered as an excellent descent into hell. The horror scenes in the final climax are horrific – and kind of reminded of the Evil Dead remake.

A must-watch for those looking for a scary new release.

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