Exclusive: Mick Foley talks to NEA Report about 12-Hour Shift

JONESBORO, Ark. – On Tuesday, April 23, producers of 12-Hour-Shift were cool enough to invite NEA Report on location to one of their shoots.

The dark garage is filled with florescent lighting. Some type of medical procedure is taking place but…it doesn’t seem right. The dark horror comedy is about group of nurses stealing organs and selling them on the black market.

At the center of the Tuesday shoot was legendary pro-wrestling figure and WWE Hall-of-Fame member, Mick Foley.

Wrestling as Cactus Jack, Dude Love, and Mankind, Foley has been a theatrical performer for his entire adult life. The theatrics of the ring translated well to his work with friend David Arquette on the film 12-Hour-Shift.

NEA Report will feature much more on the film production in the coming days.

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