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All Dark Places (2012)

TV-14 | | Horror, Thriller | 26 June 2012 (USA)
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Jamie and Christian are giving their marriage one last shot for the sake of love and their young son, Dylan. But when Christian proves unable to hold up his end, forces both within and outside their relationship will decide their future.

Director:

Nicholas Reiner

Writer:

Nicholas Reiner
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Cast

Credited cast:
Josh Burrow ... Christian (as Joshua Burrow)
Stephanie Fieger Stephanie Fieger ... Jamie
Daniel Brennan Daniel Brennan ... Millard
Tim Douglas Tim Douglas ... Dr. Spago
Dylan Mars Loff Dylan Mars Loff ... Dylan
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Liam Seide Liam Seide ... Clown
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Jamie and Christian are giving their marriage one last shot for the sake of love and their young son, Dylan. But when Christian proves unable to hold up his end, forces both within and outside their relationship will decide their future.

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Here comes the clown See more »

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Horror | Thriller

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USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

26 June 2012 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Englewood, New Jersey, USA See more »

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Budget:

$90,000 (estimated)
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Clown Face Productions See more »
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Color
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All Dark Places was one of 2 feature films selected for the first year of The Art of Brooklyn Film Festival in 2011. See more »

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A very original psychological thriller!
9 July 2012 | by kimdbrownSee all my reviews

Sure, you see a clown on the cover and think "killer clown". Well, the clown IS a killer but don't judge a book (or in this case a film) by its cover: All Dark Places has much more to offer than ordinary slasher fare.

This is a sharply executed tale of a father, mother and son trying to keep the family together. Whether the clown exists at all is the big question here. Is he a creation of the young child's imagination? Is he there to make sure dad does the right thing? Or maybe he represents the struggle and turmoil of a marriage on the brink.

The acting is top flight as is the cinematography, scoring and direction. With so many shaky-cam horror/thrillers out there with god-awful acting it is so refreshing to see a film in this genre where all the elements add up to a cohesive whole by the time the credits roll.

Some of the early ratings here seem impossible. This film is deserving of praise for it's originality. I suppose some viewers wanted a splatter-fest and were disappointed.

Look to the critics reviews for more balanced and intelligent insights.

All Dark Places stands on it's own as a thought provoking and chilling look at the modern family unit.


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