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The Devil's Pit - Last Stop

episode 2

USA 2019
produced by
Colten Dietz (executive) for SuperKede Productions
directed by Colten Dietz
starring Julie Anne Prescott, Derek Solorsano, Debra Lamb, Staceye Beatty, Sean Berube, Kara Niebla, Manny Greenfield (voice), Christos Antoniou, Remy Parker, Reinhardt Ruf, Sam Acheson, Katrina Rosewood, Shelly Stoneberger
written by Colten Dietz, music by Austin Quinn, visual effects by David Stipes

The Devil's Pit

review by
Mike Haberfelner

It's a diner in the middle of nowhere - but close enough to Area 51 to attract an endless stream of UFO-lovers. So many of them in fact that waitress Sophia (Julie Anne Prescott) can't help but answering alien allusions with utter sarcasm, even if it hurts her chances for ever getting a decent tip. Despite the closeness to Area 51 though, there's never anything weird that happens around the diner - until one evening after closing time, a customer from earlier (Staceye Beatty) walks back in and just ignores the repeated requests of Sophia and her boss Caroline (Debra Lamb) to leave - so much so that the two call the cops. However, the trooper dispatched (Derek Solorsano) as well as Caroline start to act as weird as the customer soon enough, and a corpse in the parking lot isn't very reassuring either - and suddenly Sophia has to realize she's into something over her head, and whatever it is might not have originated from earth ...


Now ok, storywise this little movie has nothing new to offer - but it's how the story's told that makes it good, as the film wastes no times with explanations but concentrates entirely on suspense, giving the viewer just that bit of additional information to be ahead enough of its lead character (Sophia) to let us anticipate what might happen and care for her, which is really the right way to suck the audience into the story. And well-drawn characters played by a strong cast of course help immensely here as well to make this one cool piece of science fiction of the alien invasion variety.


... and if this has at all gotten you interested, you might want to watch this episode here:



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