It's the tenth anniversary of the Interstellar Alliance, and President Sheridan is on his way to Babylon 5 for the celebration. However, he must first deal with a threat from the future, while Lochley handles a case of demonic possession.





Cast overview:
Bruce Boxleitner ... President John Sheridan
Tracy Scoggins ... Colonel Elizabeth Lochley
Peter Woodward ... Galen
Alan Scarfe ... Father Cassidy
Bruce Ramsay ... Simon Burke
Keegan MacIntosh Keegan MacIntosh ... Prince Regent Dius Vintari
Teryl Rothery ... Ms. Chambers
Craig Veroni ... Guard


It's the tenth anniversary of the Interstellar Alliance, and President Sheridan is on his way to Babylon 5 for the celebration. The station's commander, Colonel Elizabeth Lochley, asks a priest to investigate a case of possible demonic possession, while technomage Galen asks Sheridan to assassinate a young Centauri prince destined to destroy Earth one day. Babylon 5: The Lost Tales - Voices in the Dark was conceived as the first film in a character-driven B5 anthology series that never happened. Lochley's segment is titled 'Over Here,' and Sheridan's segment is titled 'Over There.' The two stories take place at the same time but other than that have nothing to do with each other.

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The film takes place in December 2271. See more »


When Colonel Lochley is talking about Simon Burke she says he is a part of security. Later, the computer lists him as being a part of maintenance. See more »


[first lines]
G'Kar: [voiceover] I believe that when we leave a place, part of it goes with us, and part of us remains. Go anywhere in the station when it is quiet and just listen. After a while, you will hear the echoes of all our conversations, every thought and word we've exchanged. Long after we have gone, our voices will linger in these walls.
Simon Burke: Get out of my head. No!
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References Babylon 5: Sleeping in Light (1998) See more »

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2 August 2007 | by parmrhSee all my reviews

As a fan of "Babylon 5" I could go at this from several angles; as some others have done, I could express disappointment at not seeing more of the characters and situations that made B-5 so intriguing expounded upon in this new entry...

I could focus upon the pleasure at re-visiting this Universe in any form, no matter what limitations...

Then again, I could go another direction....

Well, certainly I would like to see more characters revisited, more stories told, and more of...EVERYTHING. But, all of that takes TIME. Hopefully, this new entry will succeed financially, and create that time for more stories to be told in the future (and about this future) in this format.

Bottom Line: I believe that the best standpoint is to NOT focus upon what is NOT there and appreciate what IS.... while hoping for what MAY BE.

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31 July 2007 (USA) See more »

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Babylon 5 - Vergessene Legenden: Stimmen aus dem Dunkel See more »

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