That comes as the faith-based, dystopian thriller just misses the Top-10 at the weekend box office.
The Shift ended its third weekend in release with more than a $1-million haul at theaters, putting it in 11th place overall from Friday through Sunday, according to The Numbers website. That brings the picture's total earnings to $10.6 million through 17 days on the big screen.
The movie, which is loosely inspired by the Old Testament book of Job, stars Christian actor Kristoffer Polaha as a man fighting to get back to the love of his life after he is cast into a grim alternate reality. Elizabeth Tabish - Mary Magdalene in The Chosen - plays said love interest, while Neal McDonough and Sean Astin round out the other prominent roles in the film.