Nancy, a teenage girl, runs away from home. Hitchhiking to Virginia to stay with a friend, she is picked up by a couple on a camping trip. The trip turns deadly when the campers are attacked by a group of crazed Satanists.
Midnight (2020) is a remake of John Russo's Midnight (1982) that starred Lawrence Tierney (Reservoir Dogs), John Amplas (Martin), and Melanie Verlin as Nancy, which was considered a cult classic with horror fans all over the world. Based on the popular novel by John Russo published in 1980 by Pocket Books and republished in 2020 by Burning Bulb Publishing as part of the remake's launch. A teenage girl runs away from home because her police officer/stepfather puts the moves on her. The new cast stars Gary Lee Vincent (My Uncle John is a Zombie) in Tierney's role, along with Michael Ochotorena (John Light) as Abraham, Kevin Winn (Bloodline) as Luke, Michelle Bowser (Desk Clerk) as Cynthia, Jonah Griedel (Desk Clerk) as Cyrus and introducing Brennan Bobish as Nancy. The story also introduces a new character, Caleb Barnes, played by Solon Tsangaras (Belly Timber), and has expanded parts for Mama Barnes, played by Jeanne Wesson (Stranger Things). The film also features a cameo appearance ...Written by
Buzz Remde (updated by Gary Lee Vincent)