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Sixty Minutes to Midnight

R18 | NFT Horror

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Synopsis

Jack Darcy (Robert Nolan), a mild-mannered construction worker come doomsday prepper, decides to spend New Year's Eve 1999 alone.

But before the world enters into the new millennium, he finds himself starring on a bizarre game show that kills its contestants. As they hijack his television and electronic devices, Jack has just sixty minutes in order to survive this perverse game, or die trying. With a group of heavily armed men descending on his farmhouse, every second counts.

Come join us for the fest's special late night screening, starting at sixty minutes to midnight, of... SIXTY MINUTES TO MIDNIGHT! This film, fresh from its raved about World Premiere at Toronto After Dark, is loaded with the type of action that harkens back to the best of Cannon Films and other high octane, high body count classics of the 80s and 90s. Prepare to be blown away!

Release Date 2 December 2017
Running Time 1hr 23m
Rating R18
Director Neil Mackay

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