The Midnight Disease

The Midnight Disease

Just when novelist Jack Jones is about to give up his career as a novelist due to his increasing writer's block, a mysterious jar of blood appears on his doorstep. The events that unfold ...

Just when novelist Jack Jones is about to give up his career as a novelist due to his increasing writer's block, a mysterious jar of blood appears on his doorstep. The events that unfold ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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The Midnight Disease torrent reviews

Loni B (au) wrote: never heard of, but looks good.

Ardy O (es) wrote: The B-Sides to The King of Kong, only better.

Victor P (jp) wrote: A neat B&W movie that highlights the immigrant's plight using a tragic plot and an ensemble of interesting characters.

Dan K (gb) wrote: It's a Christmas film without the snow or the yuletide. It's a whisper of a film with an amazing all-star cast. I couldn't believe I hadn't noticed it before. It's more of an understated classic than an all-out influential film. On the other hand, the Japanese director's perspective on the Japanese imperialist mindset is handled unlike any other J film I've seen.

Zoi K (gb) wrote: Jim, Judy, Plato... Coming of age teenagers that live in the suburbs of the American Dream. They have everything but not quite. They don't have a role model to look up to. They are drifting from deed to deed trying to attract the attention of alienated or absent parents. The desire to break different from what they hate brings them to disastrous paths. A classic movie that made James Dean... well who he is, treats a favorite Hollywood topic, that of misconducted youth, with the right Hollywood touch; readable motives (the red coat of Judy and most significantly James Dean red bomber jacket as an indicator of the "fire in his soul"), the beuatiful faces, the romance between the two protagonists even perhaps the masked homosexuality of Plato. Not a bad movie though, seen in widescreen format in a 4K restoration (oh the visible grain of Cinemascope!)

Jason S (es) wrote: well written, Lambert seems to try and channel the Connor McLeod character a bit though...