• 10 to Midnight (2008)

10 to Midnight

Release Date: July 29th, 2008

DVD Release Date: February 4th, 2003

R |1 hr 41 min

Plot Summary

An outraged police detective (Charles Bronson) and his rookie partner (Andrew Stevens) skirt the law to catch a killer of women.

Cast: Charles Bronson, Andrew Stevens, Lisa Eilbacher, Gene Davis, Wilford Brimley, Geoffrey Lewis, Ola Ray, Bert Williams

Director: J. Lee Thompson

Genres: Crime drama

Production Co: Cannon Group

Ratings & Reviews

  • 0
    Bill CosfordMiami Herald

    The final scene is so foul that even ya-hoos have trouble mustering much applause; it's the kind of film that makes you feel dirty. As for Bronson, whose box-office appeal has faded as the viciousness of his films has increased, Ten to Midnight is a kind of milestone: It's time to write him off. [22 Mar 1983, p.B5]

  • 38
    Jay ScottThe Globe and Mail (Toronto)

    The movie 10 to Midnight gives you two genres for the price of one. You get the reactionary vigilantism of Death Wish combined with the slice 'n' dice misogyny of low-grade horror films, the kind in which virginal female bodies are systematically bared to allow unobstructed ingress to knives and other instruments of brutality. All that and Charles Bronson, too: a weirdo jackpot. [15 Mar 1983]

  • 0
    Roger EbertChicago Sun-Times

    This movie indicates that Charles Bronson just doesn't care any more, and is just going through the motions for the money. I admired his strong, simple talent once. What is he doing in a garbage disposal like this? show more

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