Robert Englund and Lin Shaye also appeared in Wes Craven's A Nightmare on Elm Street, 32 years before this film See more »
After the Midnight Man leaves Miles, at the 50:24 mark the candle is lying on its side. Before he gets the matches out of his pocket, he puts the candle upright. After he gets the matches, the candle is shown on its side again. See more »
Poorly written, poorly directed, poorly edited. This movie is a muddled mess, with characters doing even more stupid things than usual. Your friend is in immanent danger and can't leave the room, but you can. You leave to get something that will help. Instead of rushing back to your friend you decide to have a romantic conversation with your romantic interest in the hallway. Then you decide it would be a good idea to have a 10 or 15 minute conversation with another character, all the while aware that your friend in the next room could be dying.
Midnight Man is a poorly produced entry in the urban legend sub-genre, grab-bagging various horror tropes, and blandly applying them to a script which has little internal logic and a stupid ending to cap it all off. One of the worst horror movies I've seen in quite some time.
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