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Night (2006)

Unrated | | Horror | Video 7 November 2006
Detective Mike Jericho is changing. He stops showing up for work and shuts out the people once important to him. Now, he spends all his time hanging out with his new friends, having fun, ... See full summary »


Byron C. Miller


Byron C. Miller




Cast overview, first billed only:
Will Green ... The Robber
John Hardy ... Mike Jericho
Shawn LeTang Shawn LeTang ... Jimi Cannon
Melanie Ginnett ... Tonia
Rachel Hernandez Rachel Hernandez ... Hostage
John Park John Park ... Konatsu
Kimber Parrish Kimber Parrish ... Sarah (as Kymber Parrish)
Eric Reitmeyer Eric Reitmeyer ... Jerry
Faouzi Brahimi ... Henri
Bob Orshak Bob Orshak ... Markus
Kelly Weaver Kelly Weaver ... Nathaniel
Suzette Rising Suzette Rising ... Helena
Ronny Vega Ronny Vega ... Luther
Sean Lambert Sean Lambert ... Brian
Kristyn Plamer Kristyn Plamer ... Catherine


Detective Mike Jericho is changing. He stops showing up for work and shuts out the people once important to him. Now, he spends all his time hanging out with his new friends, having fun, and learning how to hunt and kill innocent people. Mike is changing; and his new friends aren't quite human. Detective Jimi Cannon is searching. He's hitting the streets, fiercely looking for his best friend, Mike. Now, Jimi must enter a world of shadows and face off - guns blazing - against an enemy that won't die. He'll do everything he can to save Mike, but it will take more than courage for Jimi to survive the NIGHT! Featuring a soundtrack of world-renowned goth/industrial artists, NIGHT violently takes you on a journey into seductive darkness. Written by B Miller

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Detective Mike Jericho hasn't been feeling himself lately.






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Release Date:

7 November 2006 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Orlando, Florida, USA


Box Office


$7,000 (estimated)
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Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


Tom Savini was originally cast to play "The Robber" in the opening scene, but due to production conflicts it did not happen. See more »


Because several of Mike's scenes were shot close to a year after principle photography was completed, his hair length is shorter in some scenes. See more »

Alternate Versions

There is an alternate 71 minute cut that was the original Director's Cut. When the film was picked up for distribution Byron was asked to add scenes and increase the running time. 9 Minutes of additional footage were shot for the version available on DVD. Among them, All of the scenes featuring Sarah including the alternate ending. See more »


To Be Nothing
Written by Clint Carney
Performed by SYSTEM SYN
Courtesy of Sector 9 Studios
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A+ for effort and entertainment value
15 February 2015 | by CorblimeyGuvnorsSee all my reviews

There seems to be a backlash against us "stuffy Brits" and our abilities to enjoy low budget films. Well let me put the record straight, here and now. I am British and I enjoyed this flick !!!!

Night is about two cops who foil an attempted robbery at a store. An innocent bystander is shot. Only thing is she does not die. Mike, one of the cops attempts to find the woman as he really can't understand how she survived. He soon realises that she is head of a vampire clan and he is soon welcomed into their fold. His police partner, Jimi, can't understand why he has gone missing and sets out to find him.

Yes it's low budget but it really made an effort to entertain. There is lots of action and everyone involved seem to enter into the spirit of the thing. I found some of the camera angles interesting and the general mood of the piece was good. Most low/no budget films have endless talking due to not having any budget to stage action scenes. At least this tries to provide entertainment rather than long speeches. A good coherent story as well. Music is also very good Techo/Rock. Only thing I did not like was the over dubbing of the voices, as this was very obvious due to the words not really matching what was being said on the screen. Having said this I would rather this than not being able to hear the words at all, which is a common fault in low budget films.

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