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Soul's Midnight (2006)

Soul's Midnight is a present day vampire horror based on a historic cult who delves into ancient rituals revolving around the legend of St. George. The Eve of St. George is upon them and ... See full summary »

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... Simon
... Charles Milford
... Alicia Milford (as Elizabeth Bennett)
... Iris
... Ramos
Joe Nipote ... Father Dominic
Jane Hall ... Mrs. Budge
... Max
Kevin Cleveland ... Mike
Nando Betancur ... Marty
Natalie Loftin ... Sara
Amy Briede ... Lily (as Amy Simonelli Briede)
... Ken (as Tommy Cunningham)
Ben Bornstein ... Dragon
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J.R. Cooke ... Dragon
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Soul's Midnight is a present day vampire horror based on a historic cult who delves into ancient rituals revolving around the legend of St. George. The Eve of St. George is upon them and they must find the perfect sacrifice, a child with an untainted ancestry to St George, to resurrect their ancient leader. Written by Megan Slemp

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Vampire Cult Seeks to Resurrect Their Leader

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Horror | Thriller

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Rated R for horror violence, some sexual content and language | See all certifications »
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30 June 2006 (USA)  »

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Espíritus de medianoche  »

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While the couple (Charles and Alicia) are trying to escape Simon and Iris in the hotel, when Charles pulls the drapes from the window it is broad daylight with bright sunlight shining directly in. A few minutes later while running from the hotel it is dark, obviously hours, not minutes later. See more »

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References Rocky (1976) See more »

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19 October 2006 | by See all my reviews

It was neat to see a film made here in my state, by people from my state (along with some bigger name actors like Armand Assante). I think they had a good idea going, with the St. George thing and all... but the movie just wasn't very coherent from scene to scene and some stuff was just really illogical.

Now, saying this, there were some nice bits of acting and some really intense scenes. This movie would almost fit in the "B" movie category for the way it all comes together.

This movie is okay. If you're from Oklahoma and you're pretty bored, you might enjoy it.


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