Graveyard Shift- -
John Hall is a drifter who wanders into a small town in Maine. He needs a job and decides to seek employment at the community's top business: a large textile mill. He is hired to work the "graveyard shift" -- from around midnight to dawn -- and, along with a few others, he is charged with cleaning out the basement. This task strikes the workers as simple enough, but then, as they proceed deeper underground, they encounter an unspeakable monstrosity intent on devouring them all.
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Graveyard Shift Movie Trailer in HD – 1990
When an abandoned textile mill is reopened, several employees meet mysterious deaths. The link between the killings being that they all occurred between the hours of 11 p.m. and 7 a.m. – the graveyard shift.
The sadistic mill foreman has chosen newly hired drifter John Hall to help a group clean up the mill’s rat-infested basement. The workers find a subterranean maze of tunnels leading to the cemetery—and a giant rat that hunts at night. In the end, Hall is able to kill the giant rat when it gets caught in the grinding wheels of a cotton picker and crushed to death.
Graveyard Shift is a 1990 film directed by Ralph S. Singleton, written by John Esposito and based on the short story of the same name by Stephen King. First published in the 1970 issue of Cavalier magazine, and later collected in King’s 1978 collection Night Shift.