Good news for Nashville horror nuts. After getting begged last night for additional screenings of End of the Line
—the scariest movie this horror fanatic has seen in years—the Nashville Film Festival has added another show 10 p.m. Monday.
Word should spread fast. The NaFF audience went wild for this smart, dark-humored and sick satirical shocker about subway passengers under siege by a religious cult on a killing spree—a throwback to '70s horror that will thrill fans of cult faves Rabid
, The Crazies
, God Told Me To
and Raw Meat
. Director Maurice Devereaux seemed delighted by the rowdy reception he got: shrieks and cheers throughout, followed by one of the most enthusiastic Q&As thus far at the fest. You'll be hearing more about this one.