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When a young man and his wife return to his hometown after an absence of twenty years in an effort to end his chronological nightmares from witnessing his mother brutally murdered as a young boy, a dark and mysterious stranger begins killing local townsfolk. The young man becomes the prime suspect and must uncover the truth behind his connection to the Darkening. Written by Jack Young

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Evil has come home.

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The Darkening of my TV
8 January 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

When a young man and his wife return to his hometown after an absence of twenty years in an effort to end his chronological nightmares from witnessing his mother brutally murdered as a young boy, a dark and mysterious stranger begins killing local townsfolk.

The young man becomes the prime suspect and must uncover the truth behind his connection to the Darkening.

Whatever. It's very hard to pull off a serious movie on a shoestring budget. This is no exception. Dumb techniques like filing in B&W and adding idiotic music do not help the case. Slow exposition makes it unwatchable. Dismal acting doesn't help either


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