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Exclusive: New Midnight Movie Poster

Jack Messit, the director of “>Midnight Movie which will be out on DVD come January 9th, 2009, did us a solid and sent over one of the three new promo posters for his monster flick.

Midnight Movie centers around a “midnight showing of an early 1970’s horror movie [that] turns to chaos when the Killer from the movie comes out of the film to attack those in the theater.” We should have a review for it soon!

Exclusive Midnight Movie Poster!

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  • syd13

    dig the poster. but i was thinking of “Demons” before i scrolled down. that was definitely out before last action hero.

  • Dr Malachi Constant

    It’s FIXED!

    Thar be witch-craft afoot!

    • Uncle Creepy

      Such shenanigans can be attributed to the “Edit” option we are in possession of!

    • The Woman In Black

      Never doubt the powers of the WIB!

  • Dr Malachi Constant

    Midnight ‘Moive’? Did you a ‘sold’?

    Not trying to knock you down a peg, but it’d probably help the site look more professional if so many of those little typos didn’t make it into each review/article. Otherwise, these might as well be mere message board posts.

    But, hey, what do I know?

    Oh, and I liked this movie better when it was called “Last Action Hero”. Still, I’ll probably catch it if and when I can. Seems interesting enough. Sort of reminds me of that old episode of “Are You Afraid of the Dark” with Count Orlock in the movie theater … which, I sustain, was probably also a rip off of “Last Action Hero”. Anyone care to corroborate that? Which one came out first?

    • The Woman In Black

      You’re preaching to the choir, Malachi! I do my best to catch typos, etc., but sometimes you guys are too fast for me!