REVIEW: ‘Ten Minutes to Midnight’ – A Blood-Soaked Good Time

Review by Paul Grammatico


When Bram Stoker’s novel Dracula was published in 1879 and made vampirism a thing, there are a massive number of literary and visual works that has referenced these infected, mutated and cursed beings. This presence of the undead has permeated in many films throughout cinematic history with the romantic, to the menacing, to the lurid, to the comedic. With ‘Ten Minutes to Midnight’, Mainframe Pictures with Jinga Films and 1091 Pictures give us a gritty, lurid, but fun vision of how a single event can cause catastrophic consequences.

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