"For the film geek set and
teen thriller generation, the [Method] festival offered Tomorrow
by Midnight, an entertaining film that
thrives off its knowledge of obscure movie references as much as the
film's lead protagonists."
|--Fiona Ng, indieWIRE|
"...an intelligently written
film that turns unexpected surprises our way. Great acting by Arquette,
good by Scott Rinker, very promising by Jennifer Lambert... An honorable
attempt on taking the one location challenge, where very few filmmakers
dare to go. Even less manage their way to please a crowd surrounded
with that enormous challenge. This one did... the guy here with talent
is writer/director Kanefsky... "
|--Jim Donovan, Fool's Film Guide Internet|
"Alexis Arquette gives a
convincing performance as a fanatic video clerk... a self-referential
ironic attitude predominates... This is, of course, since Scream,
is not new. However, the film starts to develop a certain momentum of
its own and becomes almost the final means to have an extreme situation
still look like normality."
|--German review, Cannes Film Festival|
"The plot is a brilliant
sequence of comedy, rampant discussions on film and life and how characters
are incapable of telling the difference sometimes in how they view reality...
...well acted and thought out. The script is crisp and fast, as is the
pacing. A very well done film, which can best be described as a black
comedy with a moral or two thrown in. I approve."
|--IMDB Lothos, New Zealand|
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