“Dark Night of the Scarecrow” aired on TV in 1981 and has been a horror favourite ever since. It’s quite low-budget and was shot in 17 days but veterans of old time television schedules worked fast and competently.
Robert F. Lyons
Mostly a thriller but seriously dabbling in the slasher genre; “10 to Midnight” is a crackerjack flick that’s one of Bronson’s best 80’s efforts. He’s also allowed some room to give a performance and the veteran actor has a commanding presence and makes Leo a compelling character despite some very questionable behaviour.