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The Midnight Disease (2010)

Not Rated | | Horror | Video 2010
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Just when novelist Jack Jones is about to give up his career as a novelist due to his increasing writer's block, a mysterious jar of blood appears on his doorstep. The events that unfold ... See full summary »

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Laurence R. Griffin ...
Jack Jones (as Lawrence Griffin)
Mia Chiarella ...
Michelle D'Mico
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Detective Penny Lane
J. Mooy ...
Billy
Katie Foster ...
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Jerry (as Michael Hodge)
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Carleen Troy ...
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Kimberly Dziduch ...
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Just when novelist Jack Jones is about to give up his career as a novelist due to his increasing writer's block, a mysterious jar of blood appears on his doorstep. The events that unfold not only get his creative juices flowing, but leave a trail of blood in Jack's wake. Written by R.Ribspreader

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Writer's Block Can Be Murder

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$500,000 (estimated)
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Dull...
30 December 2015 | by See all my reviews

It seems that low budget often equals poor story, which definitely was the case with "The Midnight Disease". And of course wit other things Associated with low budget; bad props, bad dialogue, etc. Yep, it is all here.

The story is about a writer who suffers from writer's block, when he finds out that blood calls forth a nightly servant to do his writing in return for the blood.

Right! Well, it just didn't make much sense, nor was it an interesting plot or storyline. And it was somewhat of a struggle to actually make it through the movie.

I have seen worse low budget movies, but this still wasn't particularly worth the time or the effort. The storyline is boring and downright ridiculous, and the movie just never climaxed. It just trotted on at a dull, slow pace.

The two things that "The Midnight Disease" had working in its favor was some adequate acting and fairly good production value, oddly enough.

Funny how it is labeled as a horror movie when it was anything but a horror movie.

This movie was a wide swing and an even wider miss.


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