Last Shift

I currently have the pleasure of working with the talented cast/crew on the upcoming horror film Last Shift. The film, from Skyra Entertainment and director by Anthony DiBlasi is a thriller/horror film about a rookie cop (played by talented Juliana Harkavy) who is pulling the night shift in a haunted police station. Those of you who read my blog already know that I’m not a huge fan of horror films. I only go for the reaaaallllyyy good ones (The Shining (1980), The Birds (1963), Rosemary’s Baby (1968) etc )…..though I think I’m gonna like watching this film. Just from what I’ve been seeing on set; the professionalism, the amazing make-up, SFX and design departments, the lead actress and the production in general….this film has a chance to be really cool. And really cool for me in the horror genre probably means FRIGGIN AWESOME to you.


I’m sworn to secrecy regarding the film….so unless I feel like having producer Scott Poiley enact some horrible torture that exists in his scripts…..I will not be disclosing any information other than what is currently posted throughout the web. I certainly don’t want to end up looking like THIS GUY.


It’s not always fun working on a film set with the constant stress, the fights, dealing with people’s egos, condescending attitudes etc. etc. but this time….I can say that I am usually going about my day with a smile on my face. Well, not actually smiling constantly!… because that would be weird and I’d look insane…but you know what I mean. The team that was put together by Scott Poiley, Mary Poiley, Melissa Gruver, Michael Finn and Steven Shea have been doing an outstanding job. They have carried their weight and are a pleasure to work with. I’m being honest because MAN have I worked with some world class DB’s over the years. The point is… that when this film comes out you’ll be shelling your money out to talented people and the product you’ll see will be well worth your time.


There aren’t too many more leaked pictures online from the film….so we’ll just have to wait until the official website launches, which is in about a day.

I hope you’ve enjoyed this M.A.V.B.L.O.G. about the upcoming film Paymon. As always…be good to yourself. Be good to others that you encounter, even if they’re an asshole. And be ESPECIALLY good to animals. They put up with enough of our crap already. But don’t put little sweaters on your dogs….I mean really…come on. Dogs are nudists. Duh!

Here are a couple links to articles written about the film. Dread Central, Shock. As well as the facebook page.