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Seven strangers find themselves trapped inside an abandoned hospital after an unexplainable apocalyptic event. In addition to being haunted by what they've lost, the strangers must also fight off mysterious creatures that hunt them down one by one. Written by
Film maker Andrew Hyatt has written and directed one of the most disturbing, visionary horror films of the last decade and it is a cinema triumph. Stunning imagery of haunting intensity and rich characterizations bring unique power to this saga of people trapped in an abandoned hospital following a mysterious apocalyptic event. In the forbidding corridors of unspeakable horror lurks unknown entities that desire only to consume these unfortunate individuals and have them fighting for their very lives. The atmosphere Hyatt creates is overwhelmingly frightening and imaginatively realized with exceptional creativity. Edward Furlong and Jeff Fahey give superb performances and Yvonne Zima, Molly Hagan, and the always outstanding Ed Quinn are also do exemplary work. In fact, this may be Ed Quinn's finest role since playing Stark on the small screen in the delightful Eureka. Simply tremendous cinema, no one who experiences the spine chilling terror, unendurable suspense, and unrelenting horror of The Last Light will ever forget any of it.
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