Graveyard Shift (1990) – Revisited – Horror Movie Review

Welcome to the video edition of The Best Horror Movie You Never Saw, where we take a look at all of the horror films that you may have never seen, haven’t given a chance in a long while, or just plain forgot about. Today we’re taking a look at Ralph S Singleton’s adaptation of Stephen King’s Graveyard Shift (Watch It Here / Buy It Here) starring David Andrews, Kelly Wolf, Stephen Macht, Andrew Divoff and Brad Dourif!

Here’s the official synopsis:

The newly re-opened Bachman textile mill puts the ‘grave’ in graveyard shift when mysterious employee deaths begin to stack up, so a hastily formed cleanup crew explores the tunnels beneath the mill, and find a much bigger problem than expected.

This episode of The Best Horror Movie You Never Saw was Written by Eric Walkuski, narrated by Shawn Knippleberg, edited by Lance Vlcek, produced by Lance Vlcek & John Fallon, and executive produced by Berge Garabedian.

Below you can see more episodes of The Best Horror Movie You Never Saw; and be sure to visit our YouTube page to see all of our horror-related videos!

Source: Arrow in the Head

About the Author

Eric Walkuski is a longtime writer, critic, and reporter for He's been a contributor for over 15 years, having written dozens of reviews and hundreds of news articles for the site. In addition, he's conducted almost 100 interviews as JoBlo's New York correspondent.