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The Last Five Days

USA 2020
produced by
Michael Moffatt (executive) for Overnight Pictures
directed by Clay Moffatt
starring Joe Pacini, Clay Moffatt, Adam Berardi, Dan Weisgerber, Jason McCrite, Kayla Andrews, Colyn n Morris, Sandra E Williams, Anthony Ruvalcaba, Phoenix Jd Gabe, Christine Manola, Melaney Cook, Clara Missman, Nazeeh Muhammad-Myers, Jordan Holmes, Robert Quigley, Tatum Williams, John Cowan, Kourtney St. Clair, Dustin Pennington
written by Clay Moffatt, Joe Pacini, theme music by Alexander Lyamin, special effects by Matt Conklin

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Brian (Joe Pacini) and Greg (Clay Moffatt) are two film students out to shoot a documentary either about a creepy abandoned construction site or about a creepy mountaintop where it's said hikers are pushed to their deaths from - and they find that the two sites have one thing in common, some weird fruit that they find out are actually hallucinogenic, and thus probably the reason why both sites are deemed creepy, even haunted, in the first place. So the two decide on Greg to eat the fruit for some invaluable first hand experience for their documentary. But when he does, something odd happens, as their apartment seems to be haunted all of a sudden, with stuff toppling over, flying off shelves, disappearing and appearing somewhere else and the like. Thing is, the hallucinogenic fruit can't Greg has eaten be the source of that, since Brian also sees everything, and so does their camera. But after that, Greg grows weirder and weirder, so much so that Brian is at first merely worried, but soon Greg acts so bizarre that Brian actually grows more and more afraid of him. He finds out that Greg has eaten more and more of the fruit since their initial spooky encounter, but hiding it from him just leads to nought, and eventually Brian comes to the conclusion that to save Greg, he must stop evading him and confront him instead. Problem is, Brian has no clue how far gone Greg actually is, and even less of a clue how to deal with him ...


Now I have to admit I'm not the biggest fan of found footage movies, and thus can't really say I enjoyed the first act of the movie, as the filmmakers here seem a little too hell-bent to just check all the boxes rather than make the set-up of the film actually engaging. It's when the actual madness starts that the film finds its footing though, blending a mystery (that ultimately remains unsolved) with horror trappings, suspense with jump scares, and peppers everything with a feeling of unease that's rather beautifully increased throughout to make for a dramatic ending. Not perfect maybe, but worth a look nevertheless.


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