GenreHorror, Thriller Music directorMartin Gauthier WriterMaurice Devereaux LanguageEnglish
Release date2007 CastIlona Elkin (Karen), Nicolas Wright (Mike), Tim Rozon (John), Emily Shelton (Julie), Neil Napier (Neil), Danny Blanco Hall (Davis) Similar moviesBlackhat, The Matrix Revolutions, Salt, The Da Vinci Code, Collateral, The Italian Job
End of the line trailer
End of the Line is a 2007 Canadian horror film written, produced and directed by Maurice Devereaux.
Karen (Ilona Elkin), a traumatised woman, has a horrific nightmare involving a subway train. The flashback narrative plot follows her trapped in a subway. A Christian doomsday cult, which has been consuming and distributing hallucinogen-laced muffins that make people see visions of flashlight-eyed demons. On a texted signal, they take over services and begins massacring non-believers throughout the city, believing it is their mission to "save" the souls of humanity for God, which can only be accomplished by killing people with swords and daggers. As a result of the attack, Mike spends a lot of time whining. A group of surviving train passengers and subway workers try to fight off and escape the cultists, but die one by one, leaving only Karen mike, and Viviane are alive when the cultists are signaled to commit a mass suicide.
Ilona Elkin as Karen
Nicolas Wright as Mike the Whiner
Neil Napier as Neil
Emily Shelton as Julie
Tim Rozon as John
Nina Fillis as Sarah
Joan McBride as CHUD #1
Danny Blanco Hall as CHUD #2
John Vamvas as Frankie
Bobo Quentin Tarantino as Patrick
The soundtrack composed by Martin Gauthier was released on July 20, 2010, by 2m1 Records.
The film debuted in limited release and it garnered subpar reviews from the very few critics who bothered to see it. The Village Voice called it "okay, I guess." C. Robert Cargill from Ain't It Cool praised it as a "a decent third entry in the CHUDS canon" thoughnoted its extreme lack of CHUDS. The film also won prizes at several festivals including Fantastic Fest's Special Jury Prize.