Intense and twisted, religious-baiting midnight movie excess. End of the Line has many creepy scenes and is tautly shot and edited for maximum effect. Many of the jump scares even work well here, being both well timed and creatively done. The central concept of the movie and the horror scenes are freaky as hell, like an extreme version of 2007's The Mist. Has some acting/tonal hiccups, but it's tense.