On the JoBlo Movies YouTube channel, we will be posting one full movie every day of the week, giving viewers the chance to watch them entirely free of charge. The Free Movie of the Day series kicked off with back-to-back horror movies, The House on Pine Street and Trace, then branched out into a different genre for the crime comedy Garlic & Gunpowder. Today we’re back to horror with The Last Possession. You can watch the movie over on the YouTube channel linked above, or you can just watch it in the embed at the top of this article
The Last Possession had its initial release very recently; it just reached the Terror Films Channel, VOD, and Digital back in March. Directed by Dan Riddle from a screenplay by Greg Shouse, the film tells the following story:
Out of options after a foreclosure, Kent Peroni is forced to move his wife, Stephanie, nine-year old son, Jack, and six-year-old daughter, Gabby into the home where his estranged father committed suicide years ago. Once there, the young family begins to notice strange events around the house, which become so terrifying they finally turn to a medium. Spirit guide, Granny Inez arrives, hoping to cleanse the home for Kent’s family, only to learn they’re horrifyingly wrong about the nature of the evil that surrounds them.
The film stars Stephen Brodie (Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich), Cassie Shea Watson (Feast II: Sloppy Seconds), Tom Proctor (Guardians of the Galaxy), and Patricia Rae (All Rise).
Riddle released the following statement about The Last Possession (via Horror News):
The Last Possession is a foreboding tale about a family at odds with themselves and each other as they move into a new home. Sometimes families want to love each other, but daily annoyances, financial pressures, and personal insecurities get in their way. In order to survive this house’s dark history, they’ll have to accept unwanted gifts, accept love where it’s offered, and trust each other. It’s hard to be a busy mom. It’s hard to be a father who is struggling to provide for his family. It’s hard to face adolescence. It’s hard to be the powerless little kid. …And it’s even harder when something diabolical is at your doorstep. Cassie and Stephen brought to life this uncomfortable family dynamic of tension and longing. Lourelle and Sawyer were shockingly astute for child actors, delivering naturalistic childhood taunting and true dread. Sometimes the last thing you want, becomes the last thing you have.”
So take a look at The Last Possession – it’s free! – and let us know what you thought of it by leaving a comment below or on the YouTube page.