The “John Wick” team takes on the vampires

Longtime stuntman and stunt coordinator JJ Perry has worked on many of your favorite action movies, including John Wick and John Wick: Chapter 2, Django Unchained, and a few dozen other films. In recent years, he has started working as a second unit manager, contributing to projects ranging from Old boy at The dark tower at F9. Now he has his first chance to direct his own film.

His Day shift looks a bit like a mashup between Blade and something like Office space. There’s Jamie Foxx as a guy who hunts vampires – but he’s not just doing it to rid the world of bloodsuckers, it’s his career. And like any job, vampire hunting is apparently surrounded by all sorts of bureaucratic nonsense. You know, you get into this business for the sake of stabbing undead through the heart and then at some point it becomes a work. It’s just sad.

The film is coming to Netflix next month; here’s the trailer for the film, which also stars Snoop Dogg and Dave Franco. The action definitely looks a bit like John Wick-ish…

In addition to Perry, the film was co-written by Shay Hatten, who worked on the scripts for army of the dead and the next John Wick: Chapter 4and the film was produced by Chad Stahelski, director of the John Wick franchised from the start.

The plot sounds pretty, but with a stunt coordinator in charge, it usually results in a movie with some interesting action, if nothing else. Here is the official synopsis of the film:

Jamie Foxx stars as a hard-working blue-collar dad who just wants to provide a good life for his quick-witted daughter, but his mundane pool-cleaning job in the San Fernando Valley is a front for his true source. income, hunting and killing vampires as part of an International Union of Vampire Hunters.

Day shift premieres on Netflix on August 12.

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