Midnight Movie Society

Midnight Movie Society, a subscription streamer specializing in “extreme underground, taboo and cult horror movies,” is scheduled to launch in September, on Friday the 13th.

The service will be a joint effort of film distributor MVD Entertainment Group and horror publisher Rue Morgue, which last year launched a free Rue Morgue TV YouTube channel.

Midnight Movie Society

Midnight Movie Society’s content has not been revealed, other than the promise that MVD will be “pulling from the thousands of film hours” in its catalog and Rue Morgue will be “finding and curating fresh and unusual content.”

The service said it will launch on the web, iOS and Roku for $4.99 monthly or $47.88 annually. Midnight Movie Society will go up against such competitors as the established Shudder ($5.99/month) and another newcomer, Terror TV ($3.99/month).

For updated info as the launch nears, sign up for the service’s email list at MidnightMovieSociety.com.

About Les Luchter

Les Luchter is a former managing editor of Multichannel News, editor-in-chief of Cable Marketing, and news editor of Broadcast Week.

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1 thought on “Midnight Movie Society”

  1. Thanks to Brian Kruger on Facebook’s @HorrorMoviesAndScaryMovies group and Rafe Cantrell on Facebook’s Classic Horror & Mystery Films (1900-1999) group, we can identify our Midnight Movie Society photo images as coming from ‘A Serbian Film,’ ‘The Loved Ones,’ and ‘Unnameable.’


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