Midnight Son Review

Midnight Son
Jacob (Zak Kilberg) has a rare skin condition that prevents him from venturing out in daylight. His crepuscular existence is spiced when he meets a local bartender, only for her to lead him unwittingly down a darker path.

by Kim Newman |
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Release Date:

11 Jan 2013

Running Time:

88 minutes



Original Title:

Midnight Son

Night-worker Jacob (Zak Kilberg) has vampiric cravings which become a raging problem when his girlfriend has a nosebleed. Writer-director Scott Leberecht delivers an indie gloomfest horror in the manner of The Addiction or Martin; Kilberg is a strong, interestingly neurotic lead.

A bloody and well-acted vampire curio.
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