Last Night

George James Fraser’s ‘Last Night’- Short Film Review

I believe the expectations of bachelor parties are not only wild but can be over the top sometimes. No one really discusses their counterpart, bachelorette parties. Let me tell you, ladies know how to party, perhaps even a little more than men do. George James Fraser’s short film Last Night is about a bachelorette party that proves to be not only wild but way over the top. What did I think of Last Night? Read on to find out.

Last Night

My Thoughts:

Last Night is under eight minutes. It is a crazy, short ride, and I enjoyed it more than I expected to. The premise is simple. A celebration of a last night of “freedom” before getting married, which we know as a bachelorette party. These ladies hold nothing back. Drinking and drugs, just having fun, being carefree, and letting it all hang out are a big part of this night. Truly living like it’s someone’s last night of “freedom” before being committed to one person the rest of their life. There is a turning point to the night – a horrifying moment – that is revealed in such a cool way. I won’t ruin that for you; you’ll have to see it to find out.

The actors portrayed their characters so well, they were believable as friends and seemed to mesh. The decorations at the party were perfect. The special effects were also on point. Soundtrack was killer and really added to the whole experience.

Final Thought:

Last Night is about a carefree fun night of celebrating a Bride-to-be’s last night of freedom with a fun, horrifying twist at the end.  Worth the watch. If you get a chance to see it, please do.


About JenniferLeigh

I love a good scare. I have a collection of over 500 horror movies and I am an avid reader as well. I'm also a fan of other nerdoms, Star Wars, Star Trek, X-Files, Firefly and Doctor Who to name a few. I live in Illinois with my husband and cats who share my nerdoms.

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