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After finding a mysterious painting in the basement of an art academy, a struggling painter is haunted by nightmares. A man in black chases him through his dreams, night after night. When ... See full summary »

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Jason Janes ...
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After finding a mysterious painting in the basement of an art academy, a struggling painter is haunted by nightmares. A man in black chases him through his dreams, night after night. When he finds the man in black is alive and real in the waking world, the painter desperately seeks to discover the true nature of his pursuer, and the hidden power of the painting that haunts his dreams. Written by Anonymous

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26 June 2010 (USA)  »

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The second film by Lokean Productions to feature Ahriman. See more »

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The Best Yet!
15 August 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is Lokean's third commercial film, and their best work so far! Continuing on the arc of Ahriman, they delve deeper into a dark, serious story, resurrecting a long-discarded genre: Suspense Horror.

Instead of going the route of most modern horrormakers, Lokean spares the blood and gore, instead keeping a lingering shadow just outside the realm of normalcy. The terror comes from discovering the unknown, instead of slathering us in the modern horror trends that rely entirely on the visual. This is more cerebral, playing at the need to know something, while also dreading what we might learn.

The performances of Brett Vanderbrook, Jessica Cameron, and John Falzone are impeccable. The editing has improved by leaps and bounds from their last film. Lokean struck gold with this one.


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