‘Midnight’ on Blu-ray March 14, 2022!

Midnight Blu-rayHearing impaired Kyung-mi (Ki-joo Jin) catches the attention of Do-Sik (Wi Ha-Jun; Squid Game), a mysterious serial killer that’s been stalking their neighbourhood. Do-Sik targets Kyung-mi, presuming her deafness will make her an easy target, sparking a twisted game where the killer hides in plain sight. An intense, unpredictable thriller from debut director Kwon Oh-seung; Midnight joins the pantheon of great South Korean thrillers. Midnight will be released on Blu-ray in the UK March 14, 2022!


Squid Game’s Wi Ha-Jun star’s in a dynamite edge-of-your-seat thriller not to be missed


Midnight Blu-ray


Eureka Entertainment to release MIDNIGHT; Squid Game’s Wi Ha-Jun star’s in a life-threatening hide-and-seek between a psychopathic killer and a deaf woman; on Digital Platforms and on Blu-ray for the first time in the UK as part of the Montage Pictures range.  Available from 14 March 2022, the first print-run of 2000 copies will feature a Limited-Edition O-card Slipcase and Collector’s Booklet.




Limited Edition silver laminate O Card slipcase (First Print Run of 2000 Copies only) featuring new artwork by Grégory Sacré (Gokaiju)

1080p presentation on Blu-ray | Optional English subtitles | Brand new audio commentary by film historian Kat Ellinger | Brand new video essay on the history of Korean horror cinema by critic Travis Crawford |

PLUS: Limited Edition Collector’s Booklet featuring new writing by author and critic Alexandra Heller-Nicholas (First Print Run of 2000 Copies only)



Label: Eureka Entertainment


MIDNIGHT (Montage Pictures) Special Edition Blu-ray

JIN Ki-joo | WI Ha-jun | PARK Hoon | GIL Hae-yeon | KIM Hye-yoon

2021 | 103 MIN.


Certificate 15 (TBC) | Director KWON OH-SEUNG | Language KOREAN | 14 MARCH 2022

Blu-ray Cat. No. MON70454 | Blu-ray Barcode 5060000704549 | Blu-ray RRP £19.99


Eureka Entertainment is the leading independent distributor of classic silent/early films in the UK, its catalogue also contains World Cinema, Action, Horror, Sci-Fi, Indie Dramas, Hollywood Classics, Comedy and Thriller films as well as a wide selection of TV titles, providing the diversity and selection necessary to continue to satisfy today’s market demands and to power the digital video revolution for years to come.


In 2004, Eureka! established the Masters of Cinema Series, a specially curated Blu-ray and DVD collection of classic and world cinema using the finest available materials for home viewing.  Films are presented in their original aspect ratio, in meticulous transfers created from recent restorations and / or the most pristine film elements available.  The feature presentations are frequently supplemented by short films, documentaries, commentary tracks, deleted scenes, trailers, plus new and vintage footage. Each release also includes an accompanying booklet featuring rare imagery, newly commissioned essays and / or classic writings that take the reader further into the process of the films and the personalities of the filmmakers.  Titles that have been showcased within the series include Metropolis (1927, Lang), The Old Dark House (1932, Whale), Paths of Glory (1957, Kubrick), Touch of Evil (1958, Welles), Kes (1969, Loach), A Touch of Zen (1971, Hu) and Shoah (1985, Lanzmann).


In 2014, Eureka! established Eureka! Classics to highlight a broader selection of cinema, with each release guided by similar principles to its award winning The Masters of Cinema Series. Titles released under Eureka! Classics range from influential cult films such as Journey to the Center of Earth (1959, Levin), Blacula (1972Crain) and Robinson Crusoe on Mars (1964, Haskin), alongside beloved classics like Born Free (1966, Hill), Cujo (1983, Teague), Police Story (1985, Chan) and Fright Night (1985, Holland).


In 2017, Eureka! established Montage Pictures, a new world cinema label that celebrates ground-breaking and thought-provoking world cinema from new and upcoming directors. The line up to date has included New World (2013, Park Hoon-jung, South Korea); Suntan (2016, Argyris Papadimitropoulos, Greece); Kills on Wheels (2016, Attila Till, Hungary); The Housemaid (2016, Derek Nguyen, Vietnam), The Butterfly Tree (2017, Priscilla Cameron, Australia); Under The Tree (2017, Hafsteinn Gunnar Sigurðsson, Iceland); Donbass (2018, Sergei Loznitsa, Ukraine); The Third Wife (2018, Ash Mayfair, Vietnam); We The Animals (2018, Jeremiah Zagar, USA); The Painted Bird (2019, Václav Marhoul, Czech Republic)

Midnight is released in the UK

on Blu-ray March 12, 2022!


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Gerard Iribe is a writer/reviewer for Why So Blu?. He has also reviewed for other sites like DVD Talk, Project-Blu, and CHUD, but Why So Blu? is where the heart is. You can follow his incoherency on Twitter: @giribe

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