10 to Midnight


Action / Crime / Drama / Thriller

Plot summary

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Kelly Preston Photo
Kelly Preston as Doreen
Lisa Eilbacher Photo
Lisa Eilbacher as Laurie Kessler
Charles Bronson Photo
Charles Bronson as Leo Kessler
Geoffrey Lewis Photo
Geoffrey Lewis as Dave Dante
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940.69 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 42 min
P/S 1 / 3
1.7 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 42 min
P/S 3 / 2

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by ma-cortes6 / 10

Nail-biting and violent thriller in which Charles Bronson goes after a kinky serial murderer

This time Bronson is a police officer -helped by his rookie colleague (Andrew Stevens)- who are on the trail of a young man who is murdering young girls . Then the psychotic killer stalks his daughter (Lisa Eilbacher) and Dad's gonna stop him at any cost .. Back in town... with a vengeance! Bronson ...is in town. A cop... A killer... A deadline! Forget what's legal. Do what's right . . .BRONSON is back on the streets! .BRONSON...is in town.

Bronson is back on the streets in an intriguing and suspenseful action movie with the usual elements, adding some really nasty scenes . Vigilante Bronson is on the prowl in this new outing containing suspense , noisy action-packed , twisted intrigue and lots of violence. Here Charles Bronson as a LAPD detective meets the Slasher , in which the old Death Wish himself goes up against a heinous series murderer in Friday the 13th style . This is a creepy , scary and frightening film with a peculiar type killer who causes really astonishing murders . It's all rather disgusting , disagreeable , violent and unsettling . Being adequately rated R for nudity , sex , profanity and violence . Charles Bronson with his usual stoic acting displays his ordinary tics and landmarks , though he looks some bored and tired , at times . He's well accompanied by Lisa Eilbacher as his beautiful daughter , Andrew Stevens as an upright , honorable Police sub-inspector and Gene Davis giving an extremely hateful and nefarious role as psychopathic , ominous criminal . Along with a good support cast , such as : Geoffrey Lewis , Wilford Brimley , Robert F. Lyons , and brief aapearances from Ola Ray of Thriller video , and the recently deceased Kelly Preston who married John Travolta.

The motion picture was professionally directed by J. Lee Thomson , though it has some disappointing scenes , failures , flaws and gaps . He previously had a nice track record in the English cinema from 1950 until 1961 , directing good Western ( McKenna's gold , White Buffalo) and all king genres as Sci-Fi (Conquest and Battle of planet of apes),terror (Reincarnation of Peter Proud, Eye of the devil),adventures (Flame over India ,Kings of the sun, Taras Bulba , Tiger Bay) and Warlike ( Guns of Navarone, Von Braun , Chairman , The passage). His two biggest successes turned out to be ¨Guns of Navarone¨and ¨Cape Fear¨. Thereafter , the filmmaker's career subsided in a morass of slickly realized but middling films. He moved into the field of international spectaculars , at which point his filmmaking seemed to lose its individuality . J. Lee Thomson working from the 50s in England, finished his career making Chuck Norris (Firewalker) and Charles Bronson vehicles (Caboblanco, Evil that men do, Messenger of death, Death Wish 4 : Crackdown, Caboblanco, St Ives). Rating : 6/10, acceptable and passable , it will appeal to Charlrs Bronson fans.

Reviewed by utgard146 / 10

"The way the law protects these maggots, you'd think they were an endangered species."

Cannon greatness starring Chuck Bronson and directed by Bronson's frequent collaborator J. Lee Thompson. Bronson plays a grizzled detective out to nab a psycho that killed a woman for rejecting him. The problem is the killer covered his tracks well so Bronson has to resort to less-than-legal means of getting him. When this backfires, Bronson's own daughter becomes the psycho's next target.

One of Charles Bronson's best movies from the '80s. As with most of his output that decade, it's sleazy and violent but it's also undeniably fun in a cheesy sort of way. Bronson gives his usual one-note performance. If you've seen his Death Wish movies, you know what to expect here and whether you'll like it or not. Gene Davis makes for a memorable pervert psycho. He also appears naked quite a bit, as do many other people (women and men). Lots of T&A in this one. Lisa Eilbacher is Bronson's pretty daughter and does well. Andrew Stevens holds up his end as the young detective who can't condone Bronson's methods. The rest of the cast includes Geoffrey Lewis, Wilford Brimley, Ola Ray, and a young Kelly Preston. The lady playing Davis' boss takes the honors for worst performance. Her "Betty's dead!" scene should be taught in acting schools.

It's a fun movie if you're not the type who takes everything seriously and gets easily offended. The cheesy elements will please many, as will the voyeuristic stuff. Bronson takes it all very seriously which makes it all the more enjoyable when he's spouting lines like "You know what this is for, Warren? It's for jacking off!" This is a great '80s thriller with a lot of things going for it, including a terrific ending.

Reviewed by MartinHafer2 / 10

ultra-bloody and ultra-unappealing

This is just one of a long string of extremely low-budget and incredibly violent films made starring Charles Bronson in the 1980s. In the 60s and 70s, he made some exceptional films that happened to be violent (such as ONCE UPON A TIME IN THE WEST, THE DIRTY DOZEN, THE VALACHI PAPERS AND the original DEATH WISH). They all were well-written and the violence was necessary for the plot. However, in the 1980s, all pretense at plot were essentially gone. Instead, the films often looked more like JUST the violent images from his previous images all strung together without the annoying need for plot. This film about a knife-wielding maniac is just such a film. It is über-violent--with buckets of blood flying as Andrew Stevens hacks to death co-eds. This is just a sick mess meant to entertain stupid people.

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