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Thursday, November 4, 2010

'Midnight Son' - An intriguing new Vampire thriller on the horizon.



A new, yet-to-be released vampire horror/thriller movie trailer has been brought to my attention: Midnight Son

Written and Directed by Scott Leberecht (visual effects arts director on Sleepy Hallow & Spawn to name a few), Produced by Matt Compton and Executive Produced by Eduardo Sanchez (The Blair Witch Project)  according to the site synopsis the film follows "the story of Jacob, a young man confined to a life of isolation, due to a rare skin disorder that prevents him from being exposed to sunlight.... he meets Mary, a local bartender, and falls in love. Tragically, Jacob’s actions become increasingly bizarre as he struggles to cope with the effects of his worsening condition. Forced by the disease to drink human blood for sustenance, he must control his increasingly violent tendencies as local law enforcement narrow their focus on him as a suspect in a series of grisly murders."  

From the trailer (included below) I'd say that Midnight Son definitely looks intriguing. A potentially dark, gritty and compelling vampire thriller that's sure to interest the hardcore vampire genre loving fan like myself! Have a look for yourself and see.
Here's hoping and looking forward to having this feature grace our screens soon!





To find out more about the film you can visit the website: http://www.midnightsonmovie.com/
And you can also connect with them socially via Twitter or FaceBook.



4 comments:

Suzie Ridler said...

That looks amazing! Definitely a movie I would want to check out for sure. What a great trailer, thanks for sharing.

Nicole Hadaway said...

Hmmmm, not sure I like the rational explanations for vampires -- I prefer the mythological/mystical/religious ones. And besides, it doesn't have Kyle in it!!

Soni (VampirePhile) said...

Hello Ladies and Thanks for the comments.

@Suzie, Yes it does. It seems to have that dark, suspenseful yet almost somewhat sensual look to it. When the producer had contacted and asked me to feature it here, I suggested he also consider getting it into the Fantasia Film fest which plays here in Montreal every summer, as it's the kind of film the audience would like I'm sure.


@Nicole, Hi Nicole and welcome back. You were missed :)
No, no Kyle. But I'm still intrigued non the less.
And the production values on it look quite good for an indie movie... NOT that indie implies
inexpensive, but of course the budget is often & always quite less than the main.

rstorm said...

this trailer reminds me a little bit of George Romero's film Martin, which i loved!