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The Last House on the Street

USA 2021
produced by
Heidi Berardi, Nick LaRovere for Overnight Pictures
directed by Adam Berardi
starring Dylan Garcia, Mary Kate McCormick, Ashley Rene, Jeremy Behie, Gabby d Barbosa, Ernesto Ortiz, Jay Alfonso Lopez jr, Tristan Koclanis, Cory Presley, Eric-Lee Olsen
written by Adam Berardi, visual effects by Adam Berardi, Clay Moffatt

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Not that Chad (Dylan Garcia) has ever had high hopes for himself, but ever since his short-term girlfriend Cherie (Gabby d Barbosa) has broken up with him, he has more and more developed into a deadbeat, spending most of his time sitting on his porch in his bathrobe guzzling beer - when he's not stalking his ex that is. Heck, besides him even his rommate Derek (Jeremy Behie), who works a dead end job as food delivery boy, looks like a success. Then two pretty girls, Chrissy (Mary Kate McCormick) and Janet (Ashley Rene), move in next door - and while Derek is immediately intrigued, Chad insists they're out of their league - with some justification even, as they seem to be visited by all sorts of jocks on a fairly regular level. But one night Derek decides to go over - and never comes back. This gets Chad worried a bit ... but then Chrissy pays him a visit on his porch and urges him to come over that night for a beer - and as Chrissy's not only very nice looking but also seems to have a thing for Chad, including his shortcomings, he doesn't need much convincing. And of course, never in a million years would he suspect her to roofie him - and she and her sister have something much more sinister in mind to just take sexual advantage of him ...


Above all, The Last House on the Street is one thing, and that's good fun. It may not have a big theme or aim to gross one out or try to re-invent the genre or try to go all artsy about things, but it hasn't set out to do either of these things, instead it's a very entertaining genre flick, somewhat reminiscent to direct-to-video horror comedies from the late 1980s and early 90s, with a couple of losers at the center of things that seem to be immediately relatable not despite but because of all their shortcomings, geting into situations that might be genre standards, but the film plays with them in a original and occasionally hilarious way. And thanks to a competent ensemble cast, things remain properly grounded despite some outlandish ideas, and make the film pretty cool genre entertainment.


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