Midnight (1982)


Directed by: John A. Russo

Stars: Melanie Verlin, Lawrence Tierney, John Hall

Language: English + Commentary (2nd track) | Subtitles: English (embed)

Country: Usa |  Imdb Info  | Ar: 1.667 | Brrip

Also known as: John Russo’s Midnight, Backwoods Massacre

Description: A teenage girl runs away from home because police officer/stepfather puts the moves on her. Hitchhiking to California, she’s picked up by two guys who are also traveling cross-country. Along the way, they decide to camp out in the woods and run across a family of Satanists who keep their dead mother in the attic.


1.50GB | 93:56mins | 1200×720 | mkv | English | Sub: English


——–Bluray extras——–

“Making Midnight” 2021 interview with writer/director John Russo

221MB | 22:44mins | 1204×720 | mkv | English


“Producing Midnight” 2021 interview with producer/distributor Samuel M. Sherman

82MB | 10:25mins | 1280×720 | mkv | English


“The Midnight Killer” 2021 interview with actor John Amplas

94MB | 10:37mins | 1204×720 | mkv | English


“Small Favors” 2021 interview with special make-up effects artist Tom Savini

100MB | 8:35mins | 1204×720 | mkv | English

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7 Responses to Midnight (1982)

  1. Lisandro says:

    Wonderful, amazing work Rarelust! Keep on rocking!

  2. Ali says:

    This site is even more important now, at a time where mostly everything being produced post 2020 is garbage with forced political agendas. It’s important that we can revisit a time when movies were good…My favorite section is the “Movies Set 1” where the most rare and obscure titles end up. Thanks for all the work and research you guys do, to keep this site thriving..

    • Meh says:

      Ali you know Russo started with George Romero, king of putting political agendas into his movies right? Why do people bitch about this stuff all the time like it’s a new thing?

  3. Lee Abernathy says:

    Thanks so much !!

  4. Ariel Bender says:

    I’ve always had a soft spot for this one. It and the original ‘Mother’s Day’ were two of the last films I saw that left a strong impression as the glory days of the drive-in came to an end. I met John Russo in 2003 and talked to him for awhile at a convention. An extremely nice man who seemed to enjoy talking about his work with George Romero as well. Thanks for the memories, RL.

  5. Phaota says:

    Commentary is an isolated score selections featuring a 2021 audio interview with composer Mike Mazzei and actor John Hall, introduced by Red Shirt Pictures’ Michael Felsher in DTS-HD Master Audio 2.0 Stereo (first 87:10 of film).

  6. rarelust says:

    upgraded to brrip

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