Midnight Mass

Overview

A young woman named Gwen (Pamela Karp), fed up with being chased by a gaggle of vampires lead by Father Palmeri (Marvin Schwartz) that has taken over the local church, teams up with Father Joe (Douglas Gibson) to fight them to the bone-crunching death. Can the outnumbered humans come close to stopping the plague that has lead to a vampire victory in society at large?
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Overview

A young woman named Gwen (Pamela Karp), fed up with being chased by a gaggle of vampires lead by Father Palmeri (Marvin Schwartz) that has taken over the local church, teams up with Father Joe (Douglas Gibson) to fight them to the bone-crunching death. Can the outnumbered humans come close to stopping the plague that has lead to a vampire victory in society at large?
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Special Features

Closed Caption; Production commentary; Bloopers and outtakes; Behind-the-camera; Still gallery; Production design artwork; 16x9 widescreen
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Editorial Reviews

All Movie Guide
About as execrable as it gets. There's nothing wrong with low-budget, gore-filled indies made by largely inexperienced production crews ' in fact, if a film can overcome the hurdles of independent filmmaking and provide a few minutes of mirth out of the total running time, they get deserved kudos. Some even get cult followings. But Midnight Mass, shot as an apparent showcase film for a team of New Jersey filmmakers and actors, doesn't have a single minute of lucidity, amusement or thrill. Gore effects are only so-so, and that's where the money was spent. Photography is predictable and the filmstock needs cleaning. The sound is deplorable. The story spins its wheels as if caught in mud. It's amazing this got released to video.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/8/2003
  • UPC: 658149814226
  • Original Release: 2002
  • Rating:

  • Source: Lions Gate
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Sound: Dolby Digital Stereo
  • Language: English
  • Time: 1:38:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 95,129

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Elizabeth Vance
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Viral Epidemic [3:51]
2. Watch Dogs [4:50]
3. Tied Down [4:45]
4. Meal Time [4:54]
5. The Occupation [4:42]
6. Peer Pressure [5:26]
7. Psychological Reaction [3:33]
8. Survivalist Instinct [5:09]
9. Ghost Town [3:51]
10. Tattoos [4:04]
11. Under Attack [5:30]
12. Offering [6:10]
13. Clean Up [3:32]
14. Raised Catholic [5:09]
15. Have Mercy [3:22]
16. Unusual Mass [3:23]
17. Welcome Home [3:13]
18. Drained [3:00]
19. Fright Night [3:05]
20. Kill Now [3:25]
21. Destroyed [3:35]
22. Sacrifice [3:02]
23. Victory [3:25]
24. End Credits [2:57]
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      Spanish Off/On
   Special Features
      Bloopers & Outtakes
      Behind the Camera
      Production Art & Stills
      Production Commentary Off/On
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    I live in Jersey too!!

    Had a bit too much talk. The vampire meltdown scene looked complicated but pulled off very well. All the locations this movie was shot from were excellent choices.

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