Violent Midnight is a 1963 horror movie. It's got a screenplay by Robin Miller, who adapted an original story idea by director Richard Hillard. Mann Rubin added some dialog and Margot Hartman and Del Tenney are listed on the IMDb as uncredited. Del has a small part in the film and he's also the producer. Dell directed 4 movies, the first was The Horror Of Party Beach. Everyone remembers that for the monster with what appeared to be hot dogs in his mouth.
Violent Midnight was also called Psychomania and Black Autumn. Anything to trick the public into seeing the movie again. There's a killer on the loose and Lee Philips is the main suspect. He's a war hero with a bit of a history of mental illness. He knew both women who were killed. To clear himself he goes after the real killer. Pretty average stuff here, nothing stands out. There's a smattering of skin but no real nude scenes. The script is about average and the actors are up to the job. Keep an eye out for James Farentino as one of the suspects. It's also the film debut of Dick Van Patten. Sylvia Miles, Shepperd Strudwick and Jean Hale are also in the cast. Again, not much more than average but still enjoyable enough to finish. I found a copy for 2 bucks and I'll keep it. I might want to watch it again someday.