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TITLEDaylight’s End (2016)
RUNTIME:1h – 57 min
RELEASE: 26 August 2016 (USA)
STARS:Johnny Strong, Lance Henriksen, Louis Mandylor
DIRECTOR William Kaufman
DESCRIPTION:Daylight’s End 2016 movie – My wife, brother, and I are extreme horror fans so the first annual Portland Horror Film Festival was a must for us all to attend. Many of the shorts were very well made and entertaining. Some were weighted down by formulas and gimmicks presently popular in horror cinema (if I see another hand-held and/or creepy little kid ghost picture I’m gonna barf). The festival also hosted two feature films, but it was the feature that closed the Portland Horror Film Festival that blew all of us away. That film was Daylight’s End, and it had it all: scares, action, perfect pacing of the three act structure, and quality efforts behind and in front of the camera. The film is directed by William Kaufman who made another great independent genre film, the action-packed Sinners and Saints. For both independent passion projects (S&S and DE) Kaufman has surrounded himself with many of the same cast and crew from both efforts. Screenwriter Chad Law writes believable characters and story situations that somehow break the mold, but pay homage to the greats. Law wrote DE as a phrenetic hybrid (taking the best elements) of The Road Warrior, Rio Bravo/Assault on Precinct 13, Omaga Man/I am Legend, and Aliens. Many cast members are in both films, but two in particular stand-out and steal DE, Johnny Strong as the lead and Louis Mandylor as the team’s negotiator between Strong’s lone wolf character Rourke, and the police captain and survivor group leader, Frank Hill played by the always intense and charismatic Lance Henriksen. DE’s plot has hints of familiarity, but stands on it’s own: in a post-apocalyptic world ravished by a bloodborne pathogen that turns people into crazed zompires, one man relentlessly searches for the zompire alpha male that turned the love of his life into another mad creature. His tour of vengeance leads him to a group of survivors fortified in what was once a Dallas police station attacked nightly by the alpha male’s newest army of creepers. Rourke volunteers to attack the alpha’s newest lair of undead suckers while the majority of survivors can escape to a supposed sanctuary, and chaos ensues throughout. Strong gives immense effort in his acting and somehow makes Rourke volatile while loyal, strong (no pun intended) while vulnerable, and uses his physical and facial features to deliver pages of dialogue without saying a word. Strong also gave tremendous efforts behind the camera as well by creating all of the film’s music and directing his effective flashback sequences. Another unique bonus was having DE crew available for a Q & A after the film. Thanks to producer Sheri L. Deterling and assistant costume designer Rachel Haynes, we were able to get in depth answers to audience questions and praise regarding locations, set design, realistic weapons training, music, acting, etc. It was a perfect evening for this film nerd, but my favorite moments were witnessing the simultaneous jumping in fear and sucking-in-already-held breath shared by my wife, brother, friends, and I at several different fright scenes in DE. So far Kaufman and company have made two great independent genre films to date, and I look forward to future collaborations.
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