Last Shift

Synopsis: 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.
Director(s): Anthony DiBlasi
  2 wins & 1 nomination.
Rotten Tomatoes:
90 min


- Yes, mother?

- Jess, honey, why are you doing this?

- I've been through enough...

- Mom, seriously?

We've been through this

like a thousand times.

Do we really have to do this now?

I'm literally about to start my first shift.

Yeah, that's exactly why

we have to do this right now.

Mom, I told you I am going

to be fine, all right?

Most cops go their entire career

without seeing any action.

Yeah, well, tell that to your father.


Look, Jess, for me, don't do this.

Hey, do you know what? I got a nice...

Mom, I'm gonna be really late, so I gotta...

Can we talk about this later?

Look, I need to talk about this right now.

I can't take this anymore.

No, because I'm gonna be late

and I'm going to be fired

before I even get through my first day

of work. But I love you. I love you.

Goodbye. Goodbye.



Anybody in here?


Goddamn son of a bitch!

Fucking! Fucking cop!



How long have you been there?

- I just walked in. I'm Officer...

- Turn around!

- My order said to report...

- I said, turn around.

Stop! I said, turn around,

not walk away.


- I'm Sergeant Cohen.

- Officer Loren.

- Loren?

- Yes, sir.

I... I was told to report here.

It might have been a mistake.

I thought the new station

is up and running already.

Yes, it is. And she's a fucking beauty!

Saint Michael himself

would be impressed.

And tomorrow when you see it you will

fall down upon its steps and weep.

But tonight you're here.


I guess I don't understand

what I am doing here.

The real question is what the hell

am I still doing here?

But to answer yours,

you are the lucky rookie to work

the very last shift in this mausoleum.

All 911 calls have been rerouted

to the new station, so it should be quiet.

Okay, you may have some walk-ups,

but just send them up the street.

The address and my number

are on the wall.

If there's an emergency,

call the station.

Here's the kitchen, and the waiting room

down the hall if you get bored.

That's holding, you don't have

to go down there.

- Sarge, can I speak frankly?

- Sure.

Why am I here and not a security guard?

- Let's go, rookie!

- Yes, sir.

This room contains

enough hazardous material

to make Chernobyl look like

fucking bird shit on a windowsill.

Tonight, every hardened

criminal in this area

will do everything

in their power to get to this.

And you will be the only one standing

between them and the total annihilation

of this fucking city.

- I'm messing with you, rookie.

- Oh... I know.

It's not in the department's policy to hire

outside security when we have a whole fleet

- of blue boys on the payroll.

- Right.

The only things left in these cabins

are some needles,

some bloodstained, shit-stained clothes.

Basically all the vile crap that we collect

from perps and crime scenes

that have made their way through evidence

and we can't throw in the trash.

The material was supposed

to be disposed of yesterday

but for whatever reason it wasn't.

So, Hazmat's gonna be here sometime

between 10 PM and 4 AM.

Do not leave.

I repeat, do not leave the premises.

- Understood?

- Yes, sir.

I'll be back to relieve you

when your shift is over.

- Any questions?

- No, sir.

Sanford Police Department.


Help me.

I am trapped.

Miss... I am sorry,

you're... Are you injured?

The scream sound won't stop now.

Okay, ma'am, just stay calm.

What's your address?

I think they might all be dead.

All right, ma'am, just...

just give me your address

and I'll dispatch a unit

to your location.



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Anthony DiBlasi

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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