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The Darkening (1995)

PG-13 | | Horror, Mystery | 26 April 2005 (USA)
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Jeff Rector ... Scott Griffin
George Saunders ... Justin Reid (as George Phillip Saunders)
Rebecca Kyler Downs ... Rebecca Lacey
Red Montgomery Red Montgomery ... Katherine
Brian Carlton ... Richard Locke
Lyndis Durwin Lyndis Durwin ... Maggie Stewart
Tom Gumper Tom Gumper ... Mr. Gregory
Betty Bernt Betty Bernt ... Mrs. Gregory
Eric Abrahamson Eric Abrahamson ... Guest at Dinner Party (as Eric Abrahamson)
David Culp David Culp ... Guest at Dinner Party
Penny A. Mesa Penny A. Mesa ... Guest at Dinner Party (as Penny Mesa)
Cynthia Hatfield Cynthia Hatfield ... Guest at Dinner Party
Nick Davis Nick Davis ... Guest at Dinner Party
Christina Wegler Miles Christina Wegler Miles ... Elizabeth (as Christina Wegler)
Arthur Mesa Arthur Mesa ... Jamie
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Horror | Mystery

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Rated PG-13 for demonic images and some sensuality

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USA

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English

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26 April 2005 (USA) See more »

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The Black Gate See more »

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Woman
Written by John G. Jones
Performed by John G. Jones
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It's linear, boring and uninteresting. Average.
13 August 2006 | by sideriteSee all my reviews

The acting is mostly horrible. The lead is decent, though. The effects and editing are bad. The story is silly, with devil worshipers trying to "open the gate" to Hell and all that. The good guy is a psychic with knowledge of the occult and comes to fix the problem.

So, if you look at it differently, there is a problem with a door and they call in the mystical locksmith. With a lot of mambo jumbo that none of us, non technical people, would understand, he fixes the door and everybody goes back happy.

Am I joking? Not really. This movie is just as interesting as watching the locksmith fixing your front door and therefore I will stop here.


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