Wednesday, October 3, 2018

Demonic Nun poses as hooker, kills men every Friday night.

Every Friday night, a man gets brutally murdered by a woman who pretends to be a hooker. Detective Acosta (Rodolfo De Anda) searches hard to capture the killer. At a nearby convent, some really weird shit has been going on and it is quite clear that a demonic presence is around & has possessed one of the nuns! And who is the possessed nun? Well, It’s none other than Sister Caridad (Diana Golden) who goes into to town at night wearing a blonde wig & pretending to be a hooker awaiting for a victim to claim! 

Directed by Enrique Murillo & written by the legendary Carlos ValdemarMuertes a Medianoche (aka "Death At Midnight") is one heck (or hell) of a fun time. While the kill scenes are pretty weak since it’s all menial stranglings & stabs in the chest; we do however get some pretty wild-looking demonic shit happening at the convent! One nun dies by getting strangled with a rosary and her body is then hung up on a tree. If that isn’t evil as heck (or hell), then I don’t know what is!

If you enjoy seeing nuns getting into demonic situations and pretending to be hookers, then Muertes a Medianoche is your kind of movie for sure. I honestly didn’t expect much from it at first, but I was quite surprised in the end. While it’s not exactly a  Satanico Pandemonium, it is still worth a watch or two. It’s fun!