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Directed by Megan K. Fox. With Kit Barrett, Fiona Bergin, Joshua Campbell, Cian Colbert. It's the last disco of the Gaeltacht, and thirsty fifteen year old Denise is. Fear the ones left behind. Quality: HD. IMDB rating: Last Shift [dt./OV]. ()1 Std. 23 Min Polizei-Neuling Jessica soll eine Nachtschicht in einer kurz vor der Schließung stehenden Polizeiwache.

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It would be great if "Som man baddar" (Double Shift) could get distribution in the really dried up in the last 20 years (ironically, as the number of movie screens. Directed by Megan K. Fox. With Kit Barrett, Fiona Bergin, Joshua Campbell, Cian Colbert. It's the last disco of the Gaeltacht, and thirsty fifteen year old Denise is. The Last Shift (). The Last Shift (). The Last Shift (). Originaltitel Mehr Infos. IMDb. IMDb. Top Arthouse; Kino. Meinungen. JavaScript muss. IMDb 5,81 Std. 27 Min+. Rookie police officer Jessica Loren [Juliana Harkavy - "The Walking Dead"] is assigned the last shift at a closing police station​. assetwater.eu - Kaufen Sie Last Shift günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu einer vielseitigen. Last Shift [dt./OV]. ()1 Std. 23 Min Polizei-Neuling Jessica soll eine Nachtschicht in einer kurz vor der Schließung stehenden Polizeiwache. Last Shift () - IMDb. Directed by Anthony DiBlasi. With Juliana Harkavy, Joshua Mikel, Hank Stone, J. LaRose. A rookie cop's 1st shift alone in the last night.

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IMDb 5,81 Std. 27 Min+. Rookie police officer Jessica Loren [Juliana Harkavy - "The Walking Dead"] is assigned the last shift at a closing police station​. Fear the ones left behind. Quality: HD. IMDB rating: Last Shift [dt./OV]. ()1 Std. 23 Min Polizei-Neuling Jessica soll eine Nachtschicht in einer kurz vor der Schließung stehenden Polizeiwache.

I think what made this movie the most terrifying is the simplicity - which seems to work for some people and not others. I enjoyed the one woman show, and what a woman at that!

Juliana Harkavy was a perfect cast, reminiscent of Rhona Mitra. I truly hope to see more from her. She spends the majority of the movie alone and right from the get go you can feel how much impact that has on the tension..

I watched the movie alone in the dark and at a. I'm still feeling THAT tension. I had shivers, hot flashes of fear, I had to put all projectiles out of arms length and sit on my hands to avoid the reflex of smacking myself in the face to cover my eyes, and of course sudden bouts of turrets associated with all movies in which the person should NOT GO THAT WAY!!!

All in all, it's not a huge Hollywood blockbuster and it worked out better in this case. It was riveting to be scared again - I thought I'd been totally numbed to horror movies and I was pleasantly and painfully reminded that there's always another scream just around the corner.

Great job, thank you to the cast, crew, and director for making my night! If you are used to being constantly let down by insipid, uninspired, or derivative horrors or simply by bland horrors rated highly by "critics" then you need to see this.

I am a fan of very good horror and my fave films include the Descent, Neon Demon and the autopsy of Jane Doe. This film features a female cop with lips to die for, lols who has to do a last shift at the cop shop where he father served, only for this to occur on the anniversary of a mass suicide of many satanists at the station a year before.

Watch out for the moment where the "concerned cop" comes to check in on her - thats one of the moments I mean. Gripping, tense, and very well-paced.

This is a great horror film and Im really not sure why it isnt rated higher than it is. It's a rarity for movies to use lone character in extreme predicament.

This rings especially true for horror movies, since most of them focus on diverse victims to build up tension.

Surprisingly, Last Shift creates a very menacing night with great pace, eerie sound effect, visceral practical effect and highly intense atmosphere.

The first night at the job for Jessica Juliana Harkavy is also the last night her old precinct is in effect. This old police station is scheduled for closure and it's been in tattered condition for what seems to be a long time.

It's the kind of building one would find in Silent Hill, with the rust and all. Being alone in the cryptic place, Jessica soon finds herself in bizarre unworldly situation.

As the exclusive lead Jessica Harkavy performs admirably. While the movie has several supporting characters, many scenes revolve around her.

She brings a good young personality as a police rookie, she also displays adequate composure which slowly fades as her mind is exhausted. There's plenty of good convincing reactions from her as well as slightly more desperate ones when the paranormal occurrences escalate.

The movie also employs many fresh scare tactics, these are not limited to jump scares alone. Without spoiling much, the horror comes from creepy attrition on the lone cop, sudden swings of tones or simply precise timing for haunting.

This frankly took me by surprise, they are effective either by playing with audience's expectation so well or just creating frightening bursts of ominous apparition.

Visually, it's dark but doesn't venture too much into vagueness. The occasional glimpse is deliberate, making good use of shadow and light.

Sound effects play important role too, there are multiple scenes where the trickling and humming pique enough curiosity to excellently create the atmosphere.

It's not without flaws though. Not every scare is spot-on, a couple of them are less effective, and the movie still uses some fast editing.

However, they are just minor hindrance as the movie keeps a solid consistent pace and its finer moments easily overshadow these hiccups.

Last Shift is a pleasant surprise. Delightfully intense and utterly creepy, it's one of the sleeper horrors in recent years. OK its a John Carpenter ish homage, different enough in places, but some jumps and past camera shots are pure JC stuff.

The only thing I would change is the interrogation room flashback, should have been kept to video screens, the flashback felt out of place, acting was at its weakest there.

I got a glimpse into their cell. And the bodies were gone. If I was in her shoes I would have abandoned that police station the first second while putting up my middle finger to Sergeant Cohen.

I wouldn't stay there a minute longer. But despite all suspicious noises, apparitions and supernatural events, she remains loyal to her post. Is she afraid to fail in her task so she won't be allowed to join the force?

Or doesn't she want to be inferior to what her father meant as a police officer in the past? I must admit however that it's been a long time since I've seen such an extremely creepy film, although everything is soberly portrayed and there's minimal use of special effects.

A rookie is trapped in an office all alone without a living soul to keep her company. All she has to do is get through the night until a cleaning crew arrives in the morning to clean up abandoned evidence.

The end result is a series of terrifying scenes, terrifying noises and disturbing images. The film even managed to scare the crap out of me sometimes.

Something I'm normally totally immune for. Despite it being a low-budget film and it all takes place in one place only, they still made very good use of although well known horror techniques to make a lengthy horror-trip out of it.

Maybe that's already a minor flaw. It all took too long. But eventually it was scary and creepy with a threatening atmosphere and constantly ominous.

Especially the gradual tension buildup was successful. The full story is patiently clarified. Although I'm sick and tired of paranormal movies, I was pleasantly surprised.

Juliana Harkavy carries the whole movie in a convincing way. The movie focuses practically entirely on her. Even the group of crazy devil worshipers who start to haunt Jessica can only be admired briefly.

I just wondered what the tramp actually had to do with it all. Did he just pass by in search of his shoes? A rather bizarre person who served as filling.

And despite their brief appearance the three Paymon family members were convincing enough to conclude that this family was extremely insane.

Bloodcurdling testimonies which leave nothing to the imagination. Unfortunately, the end ruined it all again. Uninspired and in terms of originality certainly not of the same level as the rest of the movie.

The rest was certainly of a high level. I wasn't expecting much from this film having read some reviews, but I really enjoyed it. Scary,jumpy and unpredictable.

Some reviewers have criticised the acting of the main actress but I think she did a good job ;not easy to carry an entire movie by yourself and she had beautiful green eyes to boot.

Was riveted by this film from the very start which managed to suggest nasty things to come without telling you why,what or from which direction. Good storyline and reasonable script coupled with a few chair arm-gripping moments and what more could you want?

It just shows what you can achieve with some level of intelligence,dedication,imagination and skill even if your budget is limited. Producers of mindless Hollywood pap please take note.

This is one of those movies where jump scares are put to good use. There is a lot of tension build-up leading to the scares and there are enough quiet yet suspenseful parts that when the jump-scares occur are still a surprise even if you know they are coming.

The overall feel of the movie is very eerie, the makeup effects are well done and the acting is good for a smaller production. While I understand that some movies are doomed by the overuse of jump-scares, this is not one of those movies.

The timing of the scares, and the overall pacing of the movie is just fast enough to keep the scares coming while still giving you time to let your guard down and your heart rate to drop.

Warning: Spoilers. When newcomer officer; Jessica Loren Juliana Harkavy takes her first night shift in her police station, she — along with the audience — notices an immediate that there is something wrong with her new post in the station.

After her discomforting commanding officer; Sgt. Cohen Hank Stone leaves, strange occurrences begin to unfold as the night gradually progresses, leading to a moderately discomforting venture for both the lead and audiences alike.

Harkavy is a convincing young actress who I would be happy to see get more work in the business. She carries the weight of this film on her back and we grow to genuinely fear for her safety, as we learn more and more about his backstory and her motivations as to why she seems so determined to stay and complete her shift, rather than taking the more sensible option and leave the station to safety.

The supporting characters however certainly leave something to be desired. While one likable side character does appear around half way through the movie this being Officer Price, played by Matt Doman , he does not stay for long and really only serves to add a little more depth to Loren's history.

He does nothing to further the plot or in any other movie, doesn't even stay long enough to leave a lasting effect on the audience. The only reason he is as memorable as he is, is because all the other characters are bland shells that only slightly resembles humanity.

Other characters include a drunk homeless man who breaks into the station, however he serves no purpose aside from being a prop for the director to cause jump scares and be a play thing for the paranormal entities — which in turn, frighten Officer Loren.

Cohan is an unnecessarily disturbing old cop who first introduces himself to with a very peculiar attempt at a jump scare. He yells at Loren when he first sees her and creates much tension in the scene that follows.

His character is never expanded upon and is just presented as an unlikable, rage-filled man. I believe the intended effect is to show how this station has left a haunting effect on its residents, however it is never shown in a manner that we can relate to.

She doesn't seem like a tortured soul, just like a child with anger management issues. There are a few other characters throughout the narrative, such as a prostitute, a group of young female cultists and a serial killer played by Joshua Mikel , however none of them are particularly noteworthy.

However despite the abysmal character writing, there were many other aspects of the film making that truly reaches above and beyond my expectations.

The while the narrative, falls into the many typical tropes of the genre. There is an extended shot within the last ten minutes of the film that lasts for an exceptionally long time during an action filled shoot out in the station.

As a result, whenever the opposing gunmen turn to face Harkavy, they are also looking at the viewer, adding to a certain amount of audience immersion.

By this point in the film, because we are rooting for Officer Loren to survive this onslaught, the fact that the film maker's made this choice shows that they have a strong awareness of which aspects of the film matters more than others.

We connect to our lead in a way that allows this last few minutes to feel whole-heartedly immersed in the events. However, despite my respect for this prolonged scene, it leads to an ultimately abrupt and unsatisfying conclusion that leaves a lot to be desired.

Without giving anything away, it ends in a manner that not only doesn't tie into what the narrative was leading you to believe yet it doesn't have a plot twist , but also isn't conclusive in any particular arcs.

They say that the ending can either make or break a story and here it certainly does apply. While the movie does have other problem, had it ended in a way that made a little more sense narratively, I would be a little more forgiving of these issues.

However as it stands, my feelings of Last Shift are incredibly mixed. Director Anthony DiBlasi also Wrote and Edited this film and I can see he is a talented film maker, and I hope he gets more work in the action oriented side of film making, however, as a writer he has a lot to improve upon.

InDyingArms 30 September This film however takes what has been commonly used, and proves that it can still be used, can still be scary, and that can still overall manage to succeed on many levels.

We follow Jessica, a newly hired rookie of the police force. Her first task is to practically guard what is now an old station.

While doing so, she is unaware of the dark past, the past of which is still lingering, and in a sense has emotional connection with her.

First off, the plot of this movie stands out. Having a single character go through many, many hellish, and paranormal events in such a confined area sets a tone.

That tone being suspense. The film carries out the plot, story-line, and character past connections very smoothly.

Throughout this entire film the plot always manages to tie in with the unknown, the unknown of which we get to learn as the film progresses, unleashing oncoming story changes, plot twists, and overall opening opportunities for good scares.

It's a very interesting plot, also, that manages not to fall apart, but instead keep interesting for the viewer. This film always manages to keep its grip.

Our character Jessica is a pretty likable character. She is a character we, the audience feel for, and actually enjoy. Her character was solidly executed, and acted throughout the entire film as well; Her emotions show well for the most part, and overall succeed in the situations she is put through.

For the small space, and for the specific place she is in, I feel as if the film did an amazing job keeping the activities new, and fresh each time they befall.

Nothing felt repetitive. The same occurrences didn't happen over, and over like other paranormal films. Finally the occurrences were actually scary.

This film avoided over-wearing itself out. There wasn't useless jump-scares that meant nothing, instead jump-scares that actually revolved around the story, as well as the paranormal threats that involve the story.

Thee scares played the right moments, didn't overexert themselves, and overall succeeded in drawing tension, being actually scary, and even terrifying to the point of chills most the ways of the film.

If not scary, the events that befell our main character were suspenseful. The atmosphere of this film put the cherry on the cake overall.

As the events befell, the atmosphere would set in completely, and overall would add even higher suspense, and intensity.

In conclusion, this was one hell of a surprise! This is a film that actually manages to draw intensity, and rise the levels of such as the film progresses.

It also succeeds well in actually being scary, and even terrifying. There were rightly placed jump-scares, and when such scares came actually succeeded in being effective, at the same time keeping apart of the film, and not being a random fill-in For example a random cat jumping at the camera.

The film also actually manages to tie in a few unique paranormal aspects, and scares; Plot- wise as well, this film kept unique, and turned something commonly seen into something great again.

The characters were fine, and the acting was quite fine as well. Only bad thing I could possibly say is that there was a bit of slowing down in the middle of this film, but all in all this kept the viewers on their toes, drawing us to a white-knuckle ride that was terrifying, resulting in a memorable horror film that succeeded.

I highly, highly recommend this film. It succeeds in what has been seen many times, making what has been seen unique again, as well as actually solidly scary.

I think it is worth writing a review, for such a low budget film it is really impressive. I have been watching a couple of horror films that were like for kids.

This movie keeps you interested the whole time so I really think it is time big film companies take a look at this film and see that you don't need much money to make a good film.

Old school at it's best I won't give it a 10 since obviously you miss a better production but well worth the time.

Good job, and I hope that it brings back the old school films. I saw Poltersgeist and a couple other films in cinema and for sure this film is better than those films.

The good thing about this film is that you are actually trying to figure out what is happening the whole time. Enjoy it. I have to give credit to Juliana Harkavy because if not for her convincing performance, I would not have been able to finish this heap of garbage.

Last Shift follows an officer covering the final overnight shift of a police station that's closing down. It's one of those isolated, creepy slow burn movies that can get under your skin.

At least, that's what it could have been. What Last Shift lacks most is subtlety. There's one sequence where it's just "boo! This wouldn't be such an issue if the story was relatable but it's not.

The creepy cult angle has been done a million times before. Last Shift also features every haunting trope in existence - doors slamming, dead people hallucinations, whispering, singing - it's freaking exhausting.

The way the story is told is even worse. They introduce characters solely for the purpose of exposition. Ryan Price, a fellow police officer, arrives at the station, and Loren accuses him of planning the events as a hazing ritual.

Confused, he insists he has come by to check up on her, as he had served with her father. Price confirms that the murderous cult was captured alive and tells her that her father, who died apprehending them, would be proud of her.

As he leaves, Loren sees a bullet wound in the back of his head and he disappears. After seeing several visions of the cultists and their victims, Loren calls Cohen and says that she cannot finish her shift but repents when he threatens to fire her.

The dispatcher tells Loren that Monica was the final victim of Paymon's cult and died over a year ago. A living member of the Paymon cult takes Loren hostage, only to die by suicide in front of her.

Loren tries to leave but the glass does not break when shot. Her dead father calls her and demands justice for his death, and she returns to the holding cell to find the homeless man hanged.

Her father calls again to warn her of cult members assaulting the station, and she kills them. As she shoots the last one, Cohen shoots her from behind.

Cohen calls for medical assistance, and Loren is approached by the spirits of Paymon and his cultists as she bleeds out. DiBlasi wanted to make a smaller, contained film that focused on atmosphere, especially sound design.

The film was designed to be experienced from Harkavy's point of view, which keeps the audience wondering whether the events are all in her mind.

Shooting took place in Sanford, Florida, in an abandoned police station. Magnet Releasing released it to video-on-demand on October 6, Staci Layne Wilson of Dread Central rated it 3.

Mark L. Miller of Ain't It Cool News wrote, "This is a simple premise, sort of like an Assault on Precinct 13 by way of REC, but it is truly excellent in terms of building tension and delivering bone-rattling scares.

Last Shift Movie. Create Report. From director Anthony DiBlasi comes a Manson inspired horror film centering around a transitioning police station.

Officer Jessica Loren has been assigned to wait for a Hazmat team to pick up bio-hazardous waste from the station's armory. But unbeknownst to Jessica, cult Leader John Michael Paymon has haunted the department ever since he and two of this followers committed suicide a year ago to date.

And now, Jessica is about to find out how dangerous they can be when she's left alone on this Last Shift.

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Mehr erfahren. Doch bei diesem Werk ist das Drehbuch und auch die Performance der Schauspielerin soweit in Ordnung, dass man bis zuletzt unterhalten wird. Last Shift [dt. Plot Keywords. Fear the ones left behind. Quality: HD. IMDB rating: Harkavy is a convincing young actress who I would be happy Netflix Narcos see get more work in the business. Plot Jessica Trauen Englisch, a rookie police officer on her first assignment, is ordered to take the last shift at a police station before it is permanently closed. The only reason I'm not giving this movie any less than a five is because it actually had me intrigued for a Frauentausch Roxxy. Mark L. From: Wikipedia.

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Perry Cameron Scott Roberts Highschooler 1 Cameron Scott Roberts I'm somewhat of a horror movie connoisseur - from 1 star to 10, there are few I miss.

It's easy to get desensitized to the mayhem and after a while there are few things you haven't seen I think what made this movie the most terrifying is the simplicity - which seems to work for some people and not others.

I enjoyed the one woman show, and what a woman at that! Juliana Harkavy was a perfect cast, reminiscent of Rhona Mitra. I truly hope to see more from her.

She spends the majority of the movie alone and right from the get go you can feel how much impact that has on the tension..

I watched the movie alone in the dark and at a. I'm still feeling THAT tension. I had shivers, hot flashes of fear, I had to put all projectiles out of arms length and sit on my hands to avoid the reflex of smacking myself in the face to cover my eyes, and of course sudden bouts of turrets associated with all movies in which the person should NOT GO THAT WAY!!!

All in all, it's not a huge Hollywood blockbuster and it worked out better in this case. It was riveting to be scared again - I thought I'd been totally numbed to horror movies and I was pleasantly and painfully reminded that there's always another scream just around the corner.

Great job, thank you to the cast, crew, and director for making my night! If you are used to being constantly let down by insipid, uninspired, or derivative horrors or simply by bland horrors rated highly by "critics" then you need to see this.

I am a fan of very good horror and my fave films include the Descent, Neon Demon and the autopsy of Jane Doe. This film features a female cop with lips to die for, lols who has to do a last shift at the cop shop where he father served, only for this to occur on the anniversary of a mass suicide of many satanists at the station a year before.

Watch out for the moment where the "concerned cop" comes to check in on her - thats one of the moments I mean. Gripping, tense, and very well-paced.

This is a great horror film and Im really not sure why it isnt rated higher than it is. It's a rarity for movies to use lone character in extreme predicament.

This rings especially true for horror movies, since most of them focus on diverse victims to build up tension. Surprisingly, Last Shift creates a very menacing night with great pace, eerie sound effect, visceral practical effect and highly intense atmosphere.

The first night at the job for Jessica Juliana Harkavy is also the last night her old precinct is in effect. This old police station is scheduled for closure and it's been in tattered condition for what seems to be a long time.

It's the kind of building one would find in Silent Hill, with the rust and all. Being alone in the cryptic place, Jessica soon finds herself in bizarre unworldly situation.

As the exclusive lead Jessica Harkavy performs admirably. While the movie has several supporting characters, many scenes revolve around her.

She brings a good young personality as a police rookie, she also displays adequate composure which slowly fades as her mind is exhausted.

There's plenty of good convincing reactions from her as well as slightly more desperate ones when the paranormal occurrences escalate.

The movie also employs many fresh scare tactics, these are not limited to jump scares alone. Without spoiling much, the horror comes from creepy attrition on the lone cop, sudden swings of tones or simply precise timing for haunting.

This frankly took me by surprise, they are effective either by playing with audience's expectation so well or just creating frightening bursts of ominous apparition.

Visually, it's dark but doesn't venture too much into vagueness. The occasional glimpse is deliberate, making good use of shadow and light. Sound effects play important role too, there are multiple scenes where the trickling and humming pique enough curiosity to excellently create the atmosphere.

It's not without flaws though. Not every scare is spot-on, a couple of them are less effective, and the movie still uses some fast editing.

However, they are just minor hindrance as the movie keeps a solid consistent pace and its finer moments easily overshadow these hiccups.

Last Shift is a pleasant surprise. Delightfully intense and utterly creepy, it's one of the sleeper horrors in recent years. OK its a John Carpenter ish homage, different enough in places, but some jumps and past camera shots are pure JC stuff.

The only thing I would change is the interrogation room flashback, should have been kept to video screens, the flashback felt out of place, acting was at its weakest there.

I got a glimpse into their cell. And the bodies were gone. If I was in her shoes I would have abandoned that police station the first second while putting up my middle finger to Sergeant Cohen.

I wouldn't stay there a minute longer. But despite all suspicious noises, apparitions and supernatural events, she remains loyal to her post.

Is she afraid to fail in her task so she won't be allowed to join the force? Or doesn't she want to be inferior to what her father meant as a police officer in the past?

I must admit however that it's been a long time since I've seen such an extremely creepy film, although everything is soberly portrayed and there's minimal use of special effects.

A rookie is trapped in an office all alone without a living soul to keep her company. All she has to do is get through the night until a cleaning crew arrives in the morning to clean up abandoned evidence.

The end result is a series of terrifying scenes, terrifying noises and disturbing images. The film even managed to scare the crap out of me sometimes.

Something I'm normally totally immune for. Despite it being a low-budget film and it all takes place in one place only, they still made very good use of although well known horror techniques to make a lengthy horror-trip out of it.

Maybe that's already a minor flaw. It all took too long. But eventually it was scary and creepy with a threatening atmosphere and constantly ominous.

Especially the gradual tension buildup was successful. The full story is patiently clarified. Although I'm sick and tired of paranormal movies, I was pleasantly surprised.

Juliana Harkavy carries the whole movie in a convincing way. The movie focuses practically entirely on her. Even the group of crazy devil worshipers who start to haunt Jessica can only be admired briefly.

I just wondered what the tramp actually had to do with it all. Did he just pass by in search of his shoes? A rather bizarre person who served as filling.

And despite their brief appearance the three Paymon family members were convincing enough to conclude that this family was extremely insane.

Bloodcurdling testimonies which leave nothing to the imagination. Unfortunately, the end ruined it all again. Uninspired and in terms of originality certainly not of the same level as the rest of the movie.

The rest was certainly of a high level. I wasn't expecting much from this film having read some reviews, but I really enjoyed it.

Scary,jumpy and unpredictable. Some reviewers have criticised the acting of the main actress but I think she did a good job ;not easy to carry an entire movie by yourself and she had beautiful green eyes to boot.

Was riveted by this film from the very start which managed to suggest nasty things to come without telling you why,what or from which direction.

Good storyline and reasonable script coupled with a few chair arm-gripping moments and what more could you want? It just shows what you can achieve with some level of intelligence,dedication,imagination and skill even if your budget is limited.

Producers of mindless Hollywood pap please take note. This is one of those movies where jump scares are put to good use.

There is a lot of tension build-up leading to the scares and there are enough quiet yet suspenseful parts that when the jump-scares occur are still a surprise even if you know they are coming.

The overall feel of the movie is very eerie, the makeup effects are well done and the acting is good for a smaller production.

While I understand that some movies are doomed by the overuse of jump-scares, this is not one of those movies.

The timing of the scares, and the overall pacing of the movie is just fast enough to keep the scares coming while still giving you time to let your guard down and your heart rate to drop.

Warning: Spoilers. When newcomer officer; Jessica Loren Juliana Harkavy takes her first night shift in her police station, she — along with the audience — notices an immediate that there is something wrong with her new post in the station.

After her discomforting commanding officer; Sgt. Cohen Hank Stone leaves, strange occurrences begin to unfold as the night gradually progresses, leading to a moderately discomforting venture for both the lead and audiences alike.

Harkavy is a convincing young actress who I would be happy to see get more work in the business. She carries the weight of this film on her back and we grow to genuinely fear for her safety, as we learn more and more about his backstory and her motivations as to why she seems so determined to stay and complete her shift, rather than taking the more sensible option and leave the station to safety.

The supporting characters however certainly leave something to be desired. While one likable side character does appear around half way through the movie this being Officer Price, played by Matt Doman , he does not stay for long and really only serves to add a little more depth to Loren's history.

He does nothing to further the plot or in any other movie, doesn't even stay long enough to leave a lasting effect on the audience.

The only reason he is as memorable as he is, is because all the other characters are bland shells that only slightly resembles humanity.

Other characters include a drunk homeless man who breaks into the station, however he serves no purpose aside from being a prop for the director to cause jump scares and be a play thing for the paranormal entities — which in turn, frighten Officer Loren.

Cohan is an unnecessarily disturbing old cop who first introduces himself to with a very peculiar attempt at a jump scare. He yells at Loren when he first sees her and creates much tension in the scene that follows.

His character is never expanded upon and is just presented as an unlikable, rage-filled man. I believe the intended effect is to show how this station has left a haunting effect on its residents, however it is never shown in a manner that we can relate to.

She doesn't seem like a tortured soul, just like a child with anger management issues. There are a few other characters throughout the narrative, such as a prostitute, a group of young female cultists and a serial killer played by Joshua Mikel , however none of them are particularly noteworthy.

However despite the abysmal character writing, there were many other aspects of the film making that truly reaches above and beyond my expectations.

The while the narrative, falls into the many typical tropes of the genre. There is an extended shot within the last ten minutes of the film that lasts for an exceptionally long time during an action filled shoot out in the station.

As a result, whenever the opposing gunmen turn to face Harkavy, they are also looking at the viewer, adding to a certain amount of audience immersion.

By this point in the film, because we are rooting for Officer Loren to survive this onslaught, the fact that the film maker's made this choice shows that they have a strong awareness of which aspects of the film matters more than others.

We connect to our lead in a way that allows this last few minutes to feel whole-heartedly immersed in the events.

However, despite my respect for this prolonged scene, it leads to an ultimately abrupt and unsatisfying conclusion that leaves a lot to be desired.

Without giving anything away, it ends in a manner that not only doesn't tie into what the narrative was leading you to believe yet it doesn't have a plot twist , but also isn't conclusive in any particular arcs.

They say that the ending can either make or break a story and here it certainly does apply. While the movie does have other problem, had it ended in a way that made a little more sense narratively, I would be a little more forgiving of these issues.

However as it stands, my feelings of Last Shift are incredibly mixed. Director Anthony DiBlasi also Wrote and Edited this film and I can see he is a talented film maker, and I hope he gets more work in the action oriented side of film making, however, as a writer he has a lot to improve upon.

InDyingArms 30 September This film however takes what has been commonly used, and proves that it can still be used, can still be scary, and that can still overall manage to succeed on many levels.

We follow Jessica, a newly hired rookie of the police force. Her first task is to practically guard what is now an old station. While doing so, she is unaware of the dark past, the past of which is still lingering, and in a sense has emotional connection with her.

First off, the plot of this movie stands out. Having a single character go through many, many hellish, and paranormal events in such a confined area sets a tone.

That tone being suspense. The film carries out the plot, story-line, and character past connections very smoothly. Throughout this entire film the plot always manages to tie in with the unknown, the unknown of which we get to learn as the film progresses, unleashing oncoming story changes, plot twists, and overall opening opportunities for good scares.

It's a very interesting plot, also, that manages not to fall apart, but instead keep interesting for the viewer.

This film always manages to keep its grip. Our character Jessica is a pretty likable character. She is a character we, the audience feel for, and actually enjoy.

Her character was solidly executed, and acted throughout the entire film as well; Her emotions show well for the most part, and overall succeed in the situations she is put through.

For the small space, and for the specific place she is in, I feel as if the film did an amazing job keeping the activities new, and fresh each time they befall.

Nothing felt repetitive. The same occurrences didn't happen over, and over like other paranormal films. Finally the occurrences were actually scary.

This film avoided over-wearing itself out. There wasn't useless jump-scares that meant nothing, instead jump-scares that actually revolved around the story, as well as the paranormal threats that involve the story.

Thee scares played the right moments, didn't overexert themselves, and overall succeeded in drawing tension, being actually scary, and even terrifying to the point of chills most the ways of the film.

If not scary, the events that befell our main character were suspenseful. The atmosphere of this film put the cherry on the cake overall.

As the events befell, the atmosphere would set in completely, and overall would add even higher suspense, and intensity.

In conclusion, this was one hell of a surprise! This is a film that actually manages to draw intensity, and rise the levels of such as the film progresses.

It also succeeds well in actually being scary, and even terrifying. There were rightly placed jump-scares, and when such scares came actually succeeded in being effective, at the same time keeping apart of the film, and not being a random fill-in For example a random cat jumping at the camera.

The film also actually manages to tie in a few unique paranormal aspects, and scares; Plot- wise as well, this film kept unique, and turned something commonly seen into something great again.

The characters were fine, and the acting was quite fine as well. Only bad thing I could possibly say is that there was a bit of slowing down in the middle of this film, but all in all this kept the viewers on their toes, drawing us to a white-knuckle ride that was terrifying, resulting in a memorable horror film that succeeded.

I highly, highly recommend this film. It succeeds in what has been seen many times, making what has been seen unique again, as well as actually solidly scary.

I think it is worth writing a review, for such a low budget film it is really impressive. I have been watching a couple of horror films that were like for kids.

This movie keeps you interested the whole time so I really think it is time big film companies take a look at this film and see that you don't need much money to make a good film.

Old school at it's best I won't give it a 10 since obviously you miss a better production but well worth the time. Good job, and I hope that it brings back the old school films.

I saw Poltersgeist and a couple other films in cinema and for sure this film is better than those films. The good thing about this film is that you are actually trying to figure out what is happening the whole time.

Enjoy it. I have to give credit to Juliana Harkavy because if not for her convincing performance, I would not have been able to finish this heap of garbage.

Last Shift follows an officer covering the final overnight shift of a police station that's closing down. It's one of those isolated, creepy slow burn movies that can get under your skin.

At least, that's what it could have been. What Last Shift lacks most is subtlety. There's one sequence where it's just "boo!

This wouldn't be such an issue if the story was relatable but it's not. The creepy cult angle has been done a million times before.

Last Shift also features every haunting trope in existence - doors slamming, dead people hallucinations, whispering, singing - it's freaking exhausting.

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