Wednesday, 17 February 2016


Director Benjamin Moody’s feature film debut “Last Girl Standing” hits UK Digital outlets this month on the “Frightfest Presents” label.

Several years ago, young Camryn (Akasha Villalobos) was on a camping trip with her friends, when they were set about by a deranged masked psychopath and it was only through sheer luck that she managed to escape with her life, whilst her other friends were brutally massacred.

Still privately struggling with post traumatic stress, she has become very withdrawn and isolated and is regarded as an oddball by her co-workers, who have no idea about her troubled past. But when she is attacked whilst working late one night, she suspects her assailant from all those years ago might not actually be dead.

As the film progresses, and she repeatedly catches sight of her previous attacker stalking her, she becomes convinced that the killer is not only out to finish what he started. But is also targeting her friends and co-workers. But, is everything as it seems?

An interesting film, which is a sort-of cross between a slasher movie and a psychological thriller, “Last Girl Standing” is an impressive directorial feature film debut from Benjamin Moody. In which you’re never too sure if this renewed threat is real, a figment of Camryn’s distressed mind, or if someone close to her is playing games.

The film hits UK Digital Download and Streaming services Feb 29.


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