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This creepy little movie creeps along at a snails pace, to a ridiculous and extremely contrived ending, that won't hold up to even a cursory scan for logic. The plot, such as it is, tries to be clever, but is such a stretch that you will be shaking your head at the stupidity on display. David Carradine is totally wasted as a one dimensional drunken detective character that you've already seen a million times in far better films. With most of the killings off screen, and endless boring small talk, the most interesting aspect of "Midnight Fear" turns out to be a mute, and watching Carradine light his cigarettes. Not recommended, even for David Carradine fans. - MERK
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