December 26, 2010 by Post Team
Persia White, December this winter Star Entertainment releases “Midnight Reckoning for the first time screenwriter and director Derrick Warfel” Twilight Zone “-like device on a rock musician horrible rash, Midnight run-in with a rogue prophet who warns he has one night left to live. After its release in September and October the beginning of the film on DVD while the world remembers holidays Charles Dickens’ classic Christmas story of a selfish workaholic who is also compelled by supernatural forces to reconsider error its way into one amazing night.
“There is something for Christmas that makes us reevaluate what we did with us last year, or even with our lives,” said Warfel. “Although I do not intend this to be a Christmas story in itself, I realized early on the many similarities to the masterpiece of Dickens and learned as much as I could from him. The story includes good and bad spirits, premonitions of the future, and a central character who undergoes a profound spiritual experience at the end of the film. But the theme of new hope and it is never too late to make your life very much a Christmas theme. ”
Furthermore Warfel, (also co-producer on another characteristic with Ken Wales, producer of “Amazing Grace”, 2007), 86 minute, price triple winner Midnight Reckoning enjoys Bruce Michael Hall (“Passions”, ” One Life to Live “) as the rocker, Tony Longo (” The Cooler “” Mulholland Drive “), as the prophet eccentric Persia White (” Girlfriends “) as an accomplice of the mysterious seer, Grant Bowler (” Deadwood ” “Ugly Betty,” “Lost”) as a crook desert dangerous. And veteran Al Harrington (the original “Hawaii Five-O”) as an inhabitant of the wilderness yet enigmatic sage.
“We take you on a tour for this very disconcerting territory frequented by Rod Serling David Lynch’s” Lost, “” X-Files, “and Christopher Nolan” Memento “and” creation, “said Warfel, a native of the East Pennsylvania and Masters from USC film school and Dallas Theological Seminary. “Like Nolan, I’m interested in doing a thriller thinking person, and nothing makes you think, as the imminence of death and the implications spiritual it raises. “
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