Midnight Son Review

Director: Scott Ledberecht

Starring: Zak Killberg, Maya Parish, Jo D. Jonz, Larry Cedar

Running Time: 105 minutes

Synopsis: Confined to a life of isolation due to a rare skin disorder, Jacob begins to drink human blood for sustenance to cope with the disease, leading the police to suspect him in a series of grisly murders…

Midnight Son was officially released in 2011 for limited screenings in the Us and Canada (‘Toronto After Dark Film Festival’ and ‘Fantasia Festiva’l) and labelled as “indie vamp horror”. Most people seemed to have steered clear, which is totally understandable given the current deluge of new-wave Gothic horror films we’ve had in the last few years. However, stick with us for this one, as happily there are no over CGI’d actors.

Midnight Son begins by showing the life of Jacob who has a mysterious skin disorder, which forces him to lead his lonely life
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