1982, written and directed by John Russo, FX: Tom Savini
Actors(?): John (Martin) Amplas, Lawrence Tierney, Melanie Verlin
Ahhh the eighties. I just reached my 18th birthday and so finally was able to catch all the nice horror stuff, which was a forbidden fruit before. I read my Fangoria and started collecting movies on betamax. My heroes were Lucio Fulci, Dario Argento, George Romero and (last but not least) Tom Savini.
So why did I never watch “Midnight”? I could cheat me out with mentioning there never was a German release, but facts like that never hindered me, when hunting down a movie. Hey, I even got versions of classics like “The Tingler”, directly filmed from a flickering TV-screen and had a lot of international mail-contacts to share movies with.
Patch Town (2015)
In a world…..
Where these dolls are then delivered to children all around the “normal” rest of the world and come back to “Patch Town” to get extracted, get their memories erased and have to work in a fabric, cutting embryos from cabbages. Such is the world of this movie and if you still reading this review, you’re probably one of the few people this movie is made for.