Filmin sets a date for the release of The Last Late Night, the original found footage horror film

Filmin sets a date for the release of The Last Late Night, the original found footage horror film
Filmin sets a date for the release of The Last Late Night, the original found footage horror film

The film has just been released in Spanish cinemas, but it already has a streaming release date so you can enjoy it wherever and whenever you want.

Last Friday the 24th it landed in theaters The last late night (Late Night with the Devil), the found footage horror film starring David Dastmalchian and directed by Cameron and Colin Cairnes.

Praised by Stephen King himself and with a brilliant 97% approval rating from critics specializing in Rotten Tomatoes —the audience lowers it to 81%—, the film has been one of the most talked about horror releases so far this year.

Despite the short time that has passed since its arrival on the Spanish billboard, The last late night It already has a streaming platform and release date for this summer.

Filmin will be the catalog that will enjoy the arrival of the movie by the Cairnes brothers belonging to the found footage genre, which performs so well in horror.

The found footage hook with The last late night

The last late night It is the latest feature film to take advantage of the found footage subgenre, which seeks to recreate scenes as if they had been filmed by the actors themselves when experiencing the events that the plot addresses. Examples of this subgenre are Cannibal holocaust either The Blair Witch Projectto name a couple.

The movie follows the broadcast of a nighttime show hosted by Jack Delroy (David Dastmalchian), who is about to see his life change forever after an interview with the devil himself in a broadcast that will overwhelm all viewers.

In addition to Dastmalchian, the film has in its cast Laura Gordon, Ian Bliss, Fayssal Bazzi, Ingrid Torelli, Rhys Auteri, Georgina Haig, Josh Quong Tart and Christopher Kirby.

You can still drop by the movie theaters that are showing The last late night in Spain. If you prefer to wait for the film to arrive on streaming, it will be the June 28th when Filmin releases the film in its catalog.

 
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