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Dark Town (2004)

R | | Horror | Video 2004
A quiet suburban town is overrun by vampires! The once idyllic portrait of a typical American family now hosts spectacles of carnage behind every picket fence as the neighbors prowl the streets feasting on the dead and dying.

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Cast

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Janet Martin ...
Jen Armstrong
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Rakeem (as Del Wills)
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Curtis Armstrong Sr.
Meghan Stansfield ...
Lisa
Alison Dian Miller ...
Sandy Armstrong
Sarah Horvath ...
Heather
Kobina Wright ...
Tisha
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Ellen
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Curtis Armstrong Jr. (as Rawling Curtis)
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O-Dog
Gene Samuel ...
Dwayne
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Lewis (as T'Shaun Laren)
Ariana Fronti ...
Monique
Noah Knight ...
Cinque
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Mos
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A quiet suburban town is overrun by vampires! The once idyllic portrait of a typical American family now hosts spectacles of carnage behind every picket fence as the neighbors prowl the streets feasting on the dead and dying.

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Evil has a home

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Horror

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Rated R for strong horror violence/gore, sexual content and language

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2004 (USA)  »

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Immortal Ecstasy  »

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$1,000,000 (estimated)
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1.78 : 1
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So, What is IT?
13 August 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Well, the short version is the vampiric version of Romero's "Night of the Living Dead". The spreading infection. The group of dysfunctional family members. The house under siege (granted from within instead of from without). Add a solid dollop of Edward Albee's "American Dream" crossed with Lynch's "Eraserhead" and you MIGHT get the idea. It is gorilla film-making. Have no doubt about that. Overall, I still can't decide if I liked it or not. There is no adherence to mythology (in any universe I've seen vampire films from) so you kind of have to suspend disbelief over a deep pit of boiling lye. But, if you can, you might find it interesting. And, even if you can't, it has a certain "Train Wreck" like charm.


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