Friday, 4 April 2014

Horror Review: End Of The Line (2007)


A young nurse who works in a psychiatric ward, boards the last subway train of the night only to have it stop suddenly in the middle of the tunnel. 


Some films just creep up on you out of nowhere and you wonder what dark, dingy corner of the genre they came from.


I've always loved a film where there is so much tension and the setting makes you feel uncomfortable, for me watching a Horror film shouldn't be a pleasant experience (it's all in the name of the genre). This film manages to do that from beginning to end.

The films atmospheric feel really does amp up the viewing pleasure, it's also filled with 'put your own interpretation on it' moments, most notably the muffins. Plus the film ends on a strong note which is easier said than done.


The acting isn't the best but it's adequate for the feature, it gives the film a bit of a rough edge which you can't help but love. Also the effects are fun but obviously amateur but again it's easily overlooked.

Maurice Devereaux is a very sporadic director but when he does release something it's always fun to watch, raw and highly entertaining, this was his last film to date and I hope we do get something new soon. 


"End Of The Line" isn't for everyone but I highly recommend it, just give it a chance and you may have a new cult favourite.

If you want to see the "End Of The Line" trailer then just click on the video below:

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