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HISTORY & VISION

Celebrating Cinema, Community, and Creativity

Our History

Established in July 2017 and headquartered in Massachusetts, the Midnite Romero Society is a dynamic multimedia organization dedicated to the vibrant world of cinema. Beginning as a group of friends who wanted to celebrate the life and work of George A. Romero, M.R.S. slowly grew into a collective of passionate film lovers focused on fostering community engagement and creative expression. We have since evolved into a prominent voice in our local film societies, hosting a range of unique events and producing captivating content that resonates with film enthusiasts of all backgrounds.

Our Programming

Throughout our journey, we have curated/produced an impressive array of programs that showcase our commitment to enriching the cinematic experience.​
 

  • Hallo'Boogie: An eagerly awaited annual event, Hallo'Boogie seamlessly blends virtual and in-person elements to create an immersive Halloween celebration that transcends traditional boundaries.
     

  • Ben and Zack's Monster Market: This engaging podcast, lovingly produced by our team, delves into the captivating world of monsters throughout mythology, sparking conversations and insights that resonate with film aficionados.
     

  • Mystery Movie Madness: Another of our thoughtfully crafted podcasts, Mystery Movie Madness, offers listeners an engaging and hilarious game show that tests both the hosts and listeners movie trivia.
     

  • Grindhouse at the Firehouse: Our in-person movie series located in Framingham, MA, offered a curated selection of classic horror and cult films that celebrate the history of "grindhouse" cinema, including iconic titles such as The ShiningReanimatorLet the Right One In, and Gremlins. Indefinitely postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
     

  • Reels, Meals, Automobiles: Amid the challenges posed by the Covid-19 pandemic, we launched the innovative Reels, Meals, Automobiles pop-up drive-in experience. This thoughtfully curated event combined the magic of cinema with the comfort of your own vehicle, featuring a lineup of family-friendly animated classics including Who Framed Roger RabbitThe Secret of NIMH, and The Iron Giant. By providing a safe and nostalgic entertainment option, we aimed to uplift spirits and create cherished memories during a time of uncertainty.
     

Our Article Series

We also take pride in our contribution to film discourse through our insightful and thought-provoking article series.

  • Stories from Conventionland: These articles take readers behind the scenes of conventions and industry events, providing an inside look into the world of film fandom.
     

  • Depth of Field: Through this series, we delve into the technical aspects of filmmaking within pop culture cinema, offering readers an in-depth exploration of the craftsmanship that goes into creating popcorn flicks.
     

  • MRS Recommends: Enriching our engagement with cinephiles, our "MRS Recommends" initiative showcases the diverse tastes of our members as they curate captivating film recommendations based on thematic topics such as "summer movies" or Halloween favorites.
     

Our Vision

At Midnite Romero Society, we're more than just a multimedia organization – we're a passionate community of film enthusiasts united by our love for storytelling, creativity, and the magic of the silver screen. With a commitment to innovation, inclusivity, and artistic exploration, we continue to evolve and inspire, inviting individuals from all walks of life to join us on this exciting cinematic journey.
 

Connect with us on our various platforms to stay updated on our latest events, podcasts, articles, and more. Together, let's celebrate the art of cinema and the power it has to bring us all together.

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Support

Midnite Romero Society is an independent organization run by a small, yet very passionate team. Any amount of financial support we receive is greatly appreciated and goes directly into the costs for web hosting, film rights, event promotion, advertising and other expenses. A little goes a long way so, if you enjoy what we do, please consider donating!
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