The Last Showing

Synopsis: A couple trapped in a cinema are manipulated into becoming unwilling actors in a film being captured by CCTV cameras.
Genre: Horror, Thriller
Director(s): Phil Hawkins
Production: Sony Pictures Releasing International
89 min

hands to yourself.

- Stop the train.

- We're in the middle of a tunnel.

This train terminates here.

Manager to Stuart. Come in.

Pick up, Stuart.


I know you can hear me, pick up.


Did you close down the ladies...?

That f***ing guy.

Here we go.


Out! You're not allowed

in here anymore.

I corrected the aspect

on your Screen 3.

I told you not to touch anything.

You need to start f***ing

listening to me!

You to me!

I've spent longer in projection

than you've had hot meals.

I'm not about to take some course

attended by spotty teenagers

in how to fix the aspect ratio.

Nobody gives a sh*t

how the film is shown.

Everything's digital these days,

kids want realism.

And that's just what

they're going to get.

- Look, I'm sorry that this happened...

- No, you're not.

No, this is just a job to you.

This was my life.

What's with the camera?

Stop it.

I will not serve another

Combo Special Number 3

at a venue managed by

inept adolescents.

Nor will I clean up after a bunch of

animals that show me no respect!

That's it, Stuart, you're fired.

I quit. Quit.

You can't quit. You have to wait at

least six months before I retire you.



I'm done.


Get off me! Stuart.

What are you doing?

Why are the lights on?

It's about time.

That was to shut you up.

Did I mention how much

I hate horror movies?

Was that it?

You wish.

Come on!

Oh, man, my ears are ringing.

You OK?

I think so, just one too

many cocktails I guess.

I'll be fine.

Where is everyone?

- Martin, let's...

- Hang on, we deserve a refund.

Let's just go!

You all right?

You don't look so good.


Want me to get you anything?

Just gonna find that bathroom.

Do you want me to come with you?

All right, I'll just go and

look for someone then.

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Phil Hawkins

Phil Hawkins (born December 26, 1984) is an award-winning commercial, television and independent film director from Manchester, United Kingdom. His work in feature film includes The Women Of Troy (2006) and Philip Pullman's The Butterfly Tattoo (2008). He is also known for appearing in the Fox/DreamWorks reality television show On The Lot. more…

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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