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A Candle in the Dark (2002)

R | | Short , Horror | Video
A series of "vampire" style murders on campus has Sarah scared of her own shadow - It doesn't help that her new dorm mate Lilith wears only gothic clothing, is afraid of crosses, avoids ... See full summary »

Director:

Richard Poche (as Rich Poche)

Writers:

Michael Anthony Lee, Richard Poche (as Rich Poche)
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Kirstin McLaughlin Kirstin McLaughlin ... Sarah
Cliff Poche Cliff Poche ... Luke
Alexandra Ackerman ... Lilith
Kirsten Finkas Kirsten Finkas ... Allison
Trish Christensen Trish Christensen ... Christy
Joe Costales Joe Costales ... Frank
Jessamyn Dawson Jessamyn Dawson ... Nicole
Stacie Rashel Handel Stacie Rashel Handel ... Jenny (as Stacie Rashel)
Shelby Barendrick Shelby Barendrick ... Wendy
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A series of "vampire" style murders on campus has Sarah scared of her own shadow - It doesn't help that her new dorm mate Lilith wears only gothic clothing, is afraid of crosses, avoids daylight and resembles a member of the undead. Sarah becomes convinced that Lilith has something to do with the horrendous murders. When Sarah can't convince others of her outlandish theory...she becomes the next target. Written by Poche Pictures

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Genres:

Short | Horror

Certificate:

R
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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Budget:

$5,000 (estimated)
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1 / (high definition)
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Okay, okay! If ...
27 December 2006 | by KennethEagleSpiritSee all my reviews

If ... You took a group of talented University students, none of whom were studying anything related to cinematography, and gave them the stuff they needed to make a grade B movie ... This is what you'd get. Is it a bad movie? No. Is it amateurish? Yes, very. But that doesn't make it bad. Several of the people who worked on it actually show promise. Given inexperience coupled with talent it is actually a good movie, for the kind of movie that it is. Short, sweet, well done when you take into consideration the obvious lack of experience, with a good plot twist or two. Its that sort of movie that you think of as good because it shows an underlying vein of promise. Vampires, underlying vein ... You get the picture.


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