12 Hour Shift (2020)

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  • RT Rating N/A
  • IMDB Rating 5.3

Critic Reviews:

Films may not be able to give off scents (yet), but 12 Hour Shift, with its washed out yellow walls and harsh fluorescent lighting, practically reeks of anesthetic and musty hospital bedsheets. And a little bit of sadness. But that sadness is quickly overtaken by the bizarro bloodbath that unfolds in Bea Grant‘s stylish, darkly comic thriller.


Ultimately, Brea Grant’s 12 Hour Shift is a bit of a mixed bag. There are some very fun moments, but had a few of the inessential subplots been trimmed, it could have been much more effective as a thriller.


12 HOUR SHIFT is pitch black in tone. While the whole thing is played for laughs, the dangers are real and there is a solid sense that at any moment Mandy and Regina could be caught, murdered, or worse for their wrongdoings. You’ll be laughing one minute and gasping the next at the unwavering onslaught of action, drama, gore, and undeniably funny situations.