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Watch Corey Feldman and Adam West’s Lost Horror Film for Free

Way back in the year that was 2001, Rick Vasquez wrote, produced, and directed a little horror flick called Seance (aka Killer in the Dark). Despite efforts to get the film into theaters, it vanished into the unsightly world of… Continue Reading →

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Meet the Man Who Spent a Million Dollars Making a Corey Feldman Film

In 2000, Corey Feldman starred in a horror film called Seance. It's never seen the light of day. Until now.

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The Killer in the Dark and Needing an Angelic Night Light: A Movie Review

*full disclosure: a screener of this film was provided by Gravitas Ventures.

Director: John Preston.

Writer: Rick Vasquez.

Killer in the Dark was previously called Seance and this film was finished in 2001. The film stars Adam West ("Batman") and Corey Feldman in a low budget thriller whose plot can summed up in two words: malevolent spirit. This ghost from the past, named Michael, traverses the physical and spiritual realms to rehash Catholic themes e.g. hell, and angels to moderate affect. Recently released on video-on-demand November, 2011, this production is only for the most die hard of indie thriller fans.

The plot has already been summed up above; to elaborate, John (Feldman) faces some ghosts by holding a seance in a converted barn. His friends get involved and the spirit he wants to contact has a history of misdeeds and evil. Once contacted, Michael begins to hunt down John's attractive friends
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