LAST STRAW (2024) Horror thriller set in a diner – teaser trailer

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Last Straw is a forthcoming American horror thriller about a small-town killing spree that lands on the doorstep of a rural diner, where a young waitress must fight for her life over the course of one long night.

Directed by Alan Scott Neal – making his feature directorial debut – from a screenplay written by co-producer Taylor Sardoni. Produced by Daniel Brandt, Cole Eckerle, Matthew Bronen, Dane Eckerle, Michael Giannone, Phil Keefe, Taylor Kowalski, Levon Panek and Sam Slater.

The AC3 Media-Burn Later Productions movie stars Jessica Belkin (American Horror Story), Jeremy Sisto (May, Wrong Turn), Glen Gould, Jack DiFalco, Tara Raani, Taylor Kowalski, Levon Panek, Brian Wolfe, Cole Tristan Murphy, Doug Sakmann, Michael Giannone, Christopher M. Lopes, Sebastian Delascasas, Kayla Harrity, Joji Otani-Hansen and Iryna Scarola.

Set over one night in a dusty roadside diner, the story follows Nancy (Jessica Belkin), a young waitress working alone on the late shift. As a series of chaotic events spiral out of control, Nancy finds herself in a fight for her life when she is terrorised by a group of masked assailants. No one is who they appear to be, and with nowhere to turn, she must do everything she can to survive the night…

Director Alan Scott Neal commented: “Last Straw is an outlet for revealing what horror awaits when the mask comes off and, at the same time, an attempt to understand what causes some people to turn towards violence. When I first read Taylor Sardoni‘s script, I was creatively drawn to exploring the abhorrent, violent behaviour that comes with the cultural clashes embedded in American society – while also making an entertaining thrill ride that grabs you and doesn’t let go.”

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