‘Day Shift’ Review – Netflix’s Vampire Comedy Favors Action Style Over Horror Substance

‘Day Shift’ Review – Netflix’s Vampire Comedy Favors Action Style Over Horror Substance
Netflix’s latest, Day Shift, marks longtime stunt coordinator J.J. Perry’s feature directorial debut and is produced by John Wick franchise director Chad Stahelski. As if that action caliber wasn’t enough, Day Shift employs contortionists and performers from Cirque du Soleil to portray its bendy, acrobatic vampires. That results in a horror comedy that’s heavy on style and action spectacle… but slight on substance and laughs.

Jamie Foxx stars as San Fernando Valley pool cleaner Bud Jablonski. The pool cleaning gig merely fronts for Bud’s career choice: a freelance vampire slayer selling vamp fangs for profit. When estranged wife Jocelyn (Meagan Good) announces plans to move their daughter Paige (Zion Broadnax) to Florida, Bud turns to pal Big John Elliott (Snoop Dogg) to get him back in the Union’s good graces to earn enough quick cash to keep his family close. Saddled with stuffy Union
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