A Spanish Homicide cop is consumed by a shadow like creature that devours evil.



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Credited cast:
Kelly Gracen
Victoria Alexandra Barkin ...
Halley Johns
Roy Berko ...
Earl Newar
Melanie Dana ...
M.E. Emma Boyd
Christy Decker ...
Lysa Shettlfield
George Fiderio ...
Philip Magnos
Chuck French ...
Dean Jamison
Kelly Higginbotham ...
Maddie Scott
Kirstie Hoffman ...
Becky Wilkerson
Julia Magnos
Marvin L. Mallory ...
Detective Claude louis
Rollin 'Mac' Michael ...
Charles "Mac" Whittaker
Ada Carolina Ortiz ...


"Out of Darkness" is about a female Spanish homicide detective named Teresa Maria de los Angeles a.k.a. Angie who works out of a fictional regional police depart in Cleveland, Ohio. She deals with a partner, Detective Drew Avon, who doesn't trust her because Angie's father is an alleged head of a drug cartel. Angie also has two bosses: an overly religious Police Lieutenant and an "ethically challenged" Special Prosecutor who is very friendly with Philip Magnos. Magnos is a businessman who may be behind all the criminal activity in the city. Yet with all that going on, the most disturbing element in Angie's life, is a mysterious shadow like creature that takes over her body and literally devours criminals. Written by Michaels, Alex P.

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Criminals used to hide in the dark... Now, they hide from it. See more »






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27 October 2004 (USA)  »

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$35,000 (estimated)

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Remade as Out of Darkness: Cleveland (2018) See more »

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Horrible horrible horrible
11 April 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Quite possibly the worst "show" (I'm using show in the broadest sense of the word, as it was on film) that I have ever seen. I can't believe this guy won an Emmy for writing...were there a lot of ghost writers around? None of the actors can act, the exposition is shitty, not to mention the horrible writing and camera work.

In short - the films you made as a 4 year old filming a butterfly were probably better then whatever this crap was.

Don't be fooled by the the "directors" credits.

And do NOT waste your time with watching this horrible excuse for a TV show unless you have absolutely nothing better to do and the only other activity up for grabs is putting a bullet in your head.

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