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Midnight Mass (2003)

R | | Horror | 8 July 2003 (USA)
A group of people fight for their small town after vampires take over the world.



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Credited cast:
Julia Cornish ...
'Mickey' Edwards
Pamela Karp ...
Gwen Waters
Rev ...
Vichy #3
St James ...
Vichy #1
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Candice Leigh Bauman ...
Blonde Woman
Melissa Crawford ...
Larry Dane ...
Newscaster 1
David Dwyer ...
Carl Edwards
Harry Ferone ...
Kelly Gesualdo ...
Tottoo Girl
Fr. Joe Cahill
John Henning ...
Keith Lister ...
Newscaster 3


After an outbreak of a mysterious virus, the world is dominated by vampires helped by the traitorous Vichys. The atheist Gwen Waters leaves the small town of St. Anthony on her bicycle, trying to find the alcoholic Priest Joe Cahill and bring him back to her town to give hope to the humans dwelling there. Father Joe rebuilds the church with the support of some locals but is attacked by vampires and Vichys leaded by the evil Father Alberto Palmeri, in a battle between good and evil. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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A Bloody Feast...



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Rated R for violence and gore, language and sexuality/nudity | See all certifications »


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8 July 2003 (USA)  »

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Epithesi vrykolakon  »

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Fr. Joe Cahill: Gwen, you ok?
Gwen Waters: Yeah, sure. I'm ok. As ok as I can be while I'm sitting in a catholic church eating stew!
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Good premise, very poor execution
3 August 2003 | by (Chicago, IL) – See all my reviews

Initially promising vampire movie opens with a montage sequence of television news programs detailing the death of civilization as we know it--a disease that starts in the Middle East and spreads throughout the world, wiping out huge swaths of population in every country as a result. By the end of the newscasts we find that the disease has finally devastated the USA and that the disease story was actually a cover--the real culprit for all the death and devastation was vampires. The intriguing opening suggests that this might be for vampire movies what 28 Days was for zombie movies--an attempt to inject some fresh life into a very tired horror genre--but then the movie proper actually starts and it takes about forty five seconds for all of that initial promise to disappear. Bad production values and laughably awful acting sink Midnight Mass completely. The script has some good ideas, but it hardly matters when the rest of the movie is so poorly made. Fans of evangelical Christian movies might enjoy this, though, since the material is quite a bit more aggressively Christian than most vampire movies--in large part the script seems designed to show a plucky young female atheist the error of her ways and make her pay in the end for her unforgivable lack of faith. While I said previously that the script had some good ideas, this wasn't one of them. If bad acting and Christian sermonizing are your thing, by all means see Midnight Mass. If you want to see a scary horror movie, take a pass.

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