Midnight Movie

Synopsis: A midnight showing of an early 1970's horror movie turns to chaos when the Killer from the movie comes out of the film to attack those in the theater.
Director(s): Jack Messitt
Production: Bigfoot Entertainment
  2 wins.
82 min

- Yes!

I won't let you down.

So this is going to be great.

So tell me, did you plan this date

night to lessen the blow?

What blow?

I saw the envelope on your desk.

You got in, didn't you?

I don't know.

You don't know?

No I don't. I haven't even opened it yet.

C'mon Josh, you know you got in.

You mean I shouldn't go?

Josh, of course I think you should go.

It's not that, I just don't understand why

you have to go to a college in New York.

No, you could come with?

I can't come with you I have Timmy.

There are schools in New York.

Things just started

to settle down for him,

I can't just shake up his life

like that again.

You know a year ago I would have

jumped at the chance to get out of here.

Look Josh,

I don't want to hold you back.

No, Bridget, that's not,

that's not what I'm trying to say.

I want you in my life.

All right and if that means

staying here then...

...then I'm gonna stay here.

How'd I get so lucky?

I've come to suck your blood.

Late as usual.

Sorry. Sam had to finish sucking

more than my blood.

Know what I mean?

- Hey!

- What?

I heard that!

Jeez come on baby!

You know I'd lick the soles of your shoes.


This place is a dump!


I'm sorry.

It's fine. I don't own the place,

I just work here.

And besides, can you think of a better

place to watch a horror flick?

Yeah, but there's no stadium seating.

And the sound sucks.

All the better for an old movie.

You gotta be kidding me!

Black and white?

How scary can that be?

Detective Barrons.

You're not at your desk.

You're at the theater, aren't you?

- I'm off the clock.

- It's not about the hours.

You got to let it go.

He's still out there chief, I know it.

- I can feel it.

- No, he's not.

He got killed just like the rest of them.

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