Chinese Horror Flick Midnight Beating Gets an Updated Trailer

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Are you sick of seeing posts about the Simon Yam horror flick “Midnight Beating” yet? If so, I humbly apologize for wasting your time. For whatever reason, the film has struck a demented chord with me, which is why I’m here once again to present another trailer for the upcoming chiller. This particular clip isn’t too far removed from the one posted earlier this month, though, as someone who is very much looking forward to seeing the picture, these minor alterations are reason enough for me to ramble on and on without much of a point. If you haven’t seen the previous trailer, feast your tender senses on the video provided below. Here’s hoping my expectations don’t completely detail the experience.

“Midnight Beating” opens in Chinese theaters on December 24th. Thanks to Film Smash for providing the embedded audio/visual delights.


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  • Arthur

    Hong Kong horror has been kind of slow lately. “Womb Ghosts” was pretty creepy and “Rule No.1″ wasn’t too bad. I have yet to see the Pang Bros’ “The Child’s Eye”. But Thailand has been making some good ole Asian horror films like “Alone”, “4bia”, “Coming Soon” and “Phobia 2″. South Korea has made some good ones too lately like “Death Bell”, “Whispering Corridors 5: A Blood Pledge”, “Loner”, “Epitaph”, “Apartment” and “Bestseller”.

    • Nix

      Hard to compete with the Thais, they way they’re cranking out their horror movies. Bound to be plenty of jewels in the pile of rubbish they put out every year.

  • Arthur

    Hong Kong horror has been kind of slow lately. “Womb Ghosts” was pretty creepy and “Rule No.1″ wasn’t too bad. I have yet to see the Pang Bros’ “The Child’s Eye”. But Thailand has been making some good ole Asian horror films like “Alone”, “4bia”, “Coming Soon” and “Phobia 2″. South Korea has made some good ones too lately like “Death Bell”, “Whispering Corridors 5: A Blood Pledge”, “Loner”, “Epitaph”, “Apartment” and “Bestseller”.

  • Arthur

    Hong Kong horror has been kind of slow lately. “Womb Ghosts” was pretty creepy and “Rule No.1″ wasn’t too bad. I have yet to see the Pang Bros’ “The Child’s Eye”. But Thailand has been making some good ole Asian horror films like “Alone”, “4bia”, “Coming Soon” and “Phobia 2″. South Korea has made some good ones too lately like “Death Bell”, “Whispering Corridors 5: A Blood Pledge”, “Loner”, “Epitaph”, “Apartment” and “Bestseller”.