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Daylight (2013)

Not Rated | | Horror, Mystery, Thriller | 24 August 2013 (UK)
A horror/thriller about a team of Child Protective Services workers who investigate a series of bizarre child abuse cases in the small town of Daylight, IN. As the mystery unfolds, they ... See full summary »


Joel Townsend (screenplay), David McCracken (screenplay)

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Jennifer Bacon Jennifer Bacon ... Jennifer Borman
David McCracken ... David McCracken
Josh Riedford Josh Riedford ... Josh Riedford
Sydney Morris Sydney Morris ... Sydney Irons
Jeanine Cameron Jeanine Cameron ... Susan Ellroy
Patrick J. Andersen ... Father Patrick Andersen
Gretchin Irons Gretchin Irons ... Gretchin Irons
Eric Altheide Eric Altheide ... Father Isaac Hitchens
Wilson Phillips Wilson Phillips ... Officer Rick Boyd (as Bill Tush)
Kris Zinn Kris Zinn ... Kris Ellroy
Amber Beaty Amber Beaty ... Amber Irons
Elliot Wasserman Elliot Wasserman ... Elliot West
Julie Hernandez Seaton Julie Hernandez Seaton ... Julie Pyle
Meghan Schnakenburg Meghan Schnakenburg ... Megan Olyphant
Cami Gilman Cami Gilman ... Cami Gilman


A horror/thriller about a team of Child Protective Services workers who investigate a series of bizarre child abuse cases in the small town of Daylight, IN. As the mystery unfolds, they discover the cases may actually be linked by demonic possession. Written by Anonymous

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The CPS office scenes were filmed at the University of Evansville, where director David McCracken and producer Josh Riedford both attended. See more »


Jennifer Borman: Stop! David, stop!
David McCracken: Okay, fine. I'm stopped. What?
Jennifer Borman: Okay, so you honestly think that it's a good idea to take a psychologically distressed nine-year-old out of her house in the middle of the night and then walk for miles in this cold?
David McCracken: What's the alternative?
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Suspense/Horror Flick Keeps You Wondering
8 December 2013 | by shazam63See all my reviews

I love indie flicks because you just never know what you're going to get - hopefully it's either really good or it's so bad it's at least entertaining. This is a suspense/horror flick with a religious veneer to it. First, the bad - there's some amateur acting in here and I would like to have seen the tension start to accelerate a little sooner than it did. As far as the good goes it's a great story with a really cool ending to it. The special effects are way above average for a low-budget film like this. The atmosphere and wavelength of the film remind be a lot of a film from the early 80's called "The Entity" so if you like that kind of film you'll definitely dig this one. I saw this in a theater and I will definitely rent it again when it comes out on DVD or VOD, it will easily entertain me again, if I could give half stars I would give it an 8.5. It's a strange movie but strange in a good way!

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