VODREVIEWSMINUTES TO MIDNIGHT

MINUTES TO MIDNIGHT REVIEWED “Minutes to Midnight” is the latest horror romp from Uncork’d. A ton of young people have gone missing and B-list actors from the 1980s have to find them. While I enjoy any horror movie that gives Bill Moseley a chance to shine, there’s not a ton happening here. It’s just a trio of psychos trying to murder all of the partygoers before midnight. The end result of this plan seems incredibly...
August 2, 20181 min

MINUTES TO MIDNIGHT REVIEWED

“Minutes to Midnight” is the latest horror romp from Uncork’d. A ton of young people have gone missing and B-list actors from the 1980s have to find them. While I enjoy any horror movie that gives Bill Moseley a chance to shine, there’s not a ton happening here. It’s just a trio of psychos trying to murder all of the partygoers before midnight. The end result of this plan seems incredibly poorly thought out. However, it’s done with a gory masterstroke. If that works for you, then check it out.

FILM STATS

  • Not Rated
  • Uncork’d Entertainment

RELEASE DATE: 7/3/18

  • 82%
    Content Score - 82%
82%

The Plot Thus Far

Screen sensation William Baldwin and Uncork’d Entertainment count down the Minutes to Midnight this July.

In the tradition of The Strangers, and featuring the hottest ensemble of the year, Minutes to Midnight on VOD July 3.

What happens when a night of fun turns into a night of horror? Seven friends and a mysterious backpacker converge at a desolate ski lodge in the mountains and as the clock begins the countdown to the New Year, they discover that the end of the old year may be the end of all their years as they are systematically hunted down by ruthless masked men with a deadly agenda.

Film is scripted by Victoria Dadi and Christopher M. Don.

Award-winning actor William Baldwin (Backdraft, Flatliners, Sliver), Richard Grieco (“21 Jump Street”), Bill Moseley (The Devil’s Rejects), John Hennigan (Never Leave Alive), Dominique Swain (Astro), Viva Bianca (“Spartacus : War of the Damned”), Jared Cohn (Pernicious) and Christopher Judge (“Stargate SG-1”) star in a Christopher Ray (Circus Kane) film.

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