Charles Bronson look-alike Robert Bronzi stars in the werewolf thriller 12 to Midnight alongside Daniel Roebuck, Sadie Katz, and Tito Ortiz
Forty years ago, Charles Bronson starred in a serial killer thriller called 10 to Midnight. Now Bronson look-alike Robert Bronzi has taken the lead in a thriller called 12 to Midnight… but Bronzi is going to have to face off with a supernatural threat in this one. The villain in 12 to Midnight is a werewolf!
Currently filming in California and the coal regions of northeast Pennsylvania (including the infamous town of Centralia, which served as inspiration for Silent Hill), 12 to Midnight is being directed by Mark Savage (Purgatory Road) from a screenplay he crafted with Joe Knetter, producer Jeff Miller, and cast member Tom Parnell. Based on a story by Miller, the film concerns a detective, kicked off the force and despondent after the murder of his wife drives him to drink, who is asked back to the force when a new string of murders seem connected to his wife’s, and the killer appears to be taunting him. Only the killer may be superhuman, likely a breed of werewolf.
Bronzi is joined in the cast by Daniel Roebuck, Sadie Katz, and UFC champion Tito Ortiz, as well as Tristan Ott, Evan Strand, Patrick Voss Davis, Juliet Biscotti, A.C. Bernardi, Sarah Cugini, Searra Sawka, Destiny Brown, Valerie Bittner, Eric Francis Melaragni, the aforementioned Tom Parnell, and Helene Udy from the original My Bloody Valentine.
Miller is producing 12 to Midnight with Robert Savakinus. Parnell serves as executive producer with Ronnie D. Lee and Robert Michael Ryan. Savage is co-executive producer, with Beth Clausnitzer as the associate producer. Michael Su is the cinematographer, and Oliver Poser is supervising the special makeup FX. A co-production between Millman Productions, Cannon Fire Productions, Delirium, Ron Lee Productions, and Salem House Films, the film is being made with assistance from the Anthracite Cultural Board. Miller is handling the distribution sales.
Miller provided the following statement: “With this great cast, and amazing locations in both California and Pennsylvania, we’re making an exciting movie with twists on the detective genre as well as the werewolf film.”
This movie sounds like a good time to me, so I’m looking forward to seeing how it’s going to turn out.
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Originally published at https://www.joblo.com/12-to-midnight/