Since 1990, I have been watching Mrs. Foley’s Baby Boy as Good Ol’ “JR” Jim Ross loved to call him, jump off ring aprons, dropping elbows on opponents to the hard concrete. I’ve watched him compete in Japanese Death Matches and be thrown off a 15-foot high Hell in the Cell cage by The Undertaker and the one thing that surprised me post about Mick Foley as his role of Nick in 12 Hour Shift was that I got to hear him curse.
Yes, 30 years later Cactus Jack, Mankind, Dude Love, Mick Foley continues to shock me with just one curse word in a film that is a unique, “What the hell did I just watch?” flick. Foley, plays an M-Level organ trafficker, that has an absent minded new associate named Regina (Chloe Farnworth), how not only loses multiple organs that she bought from her drug addicted cousin through marriage, Mandy (Angela Bettis) who kills dying patients for a little extra cash.
The former WWE World Heavyweight Champion and multi-time New York Times best selling author, who hit the number one spot three times works with former WCW World Heavyweight Champion and one of the most accomplished men behind the scenes in Television (of which people forget about) David Arquette, who plays a serial killer in the film.
Foley talked to us about his role in the film, wrestling, his son Mickey growing as an artist and remembering Road Warrior Animal who recently passed away.
12 Hour Shift comes to all streaming platforms on Friday, October 2, 2020 and is movie that leaves you flustered yet totally satisfied. I, for one, cannot wait for the Blu-ray and all the bonus features to see what was really going on behind the scenes.