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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 »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Jennifer Bacon ... Jennifer Borman
... David McCracken
Josh Riedford ... Josh Riedford
Sydney Morris ... Sydney Irons
Jeanine Cameron ... Susan Ellroy
... Father Patrick Andersen
Gretchin Irons ... Gretchin Irons
Eric Altheide ... Father Isaac Hitchens
Wilson Phillips ... Officer Rick Boyd (as Bill Tush)
Kris Zinn ... Kris Ellroy
Amber Beaty ... Amber Irons
Elliot Wasserman ... Elliot West
Julie Hernandez Seaton ... Julie Pyle
Meghan Schnakenburg ... Megan Olyphant
Cami Gilman ... Cami Gilman
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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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Because of the subject matter of demonic possession, a prayer group formed in Evansville, Indiana, where most of the film was shot in an effort to shut down the production. See more »

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Susan Ellroy: [entry from confiscated journal] November second. Brushed my teeth. When I came back to my room, they were there again. Let them put their hands on me. Why would they do that?
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Above average story
11 December 2014 | by See all my reviews

I admit, with some hesitation, to having become a bit of a fan of the low budget found footage/hand held horror genre. I tend to be quite forgiving as I understand that these are mostly done by those who are still learning their craft combined with a few who have a true passion for the project.

While the acting was somewhat hit or miss I did admire the ambition of the story. There was a level of complexity and interwoven character histories that is unusual for this type of film. It stylistically made its way from a somewhat predictable beginning to an almost Clive Barker like place then through a very dark surreal phase and finally settled in to what I can only call a Gothic (did I mention I found it ambitious?).

This would not be for anyone who simply wants to have a good scare or a fan of slasher flicks. I can not even truly say it is for exorcism junkies as it was not what one would typically thinks of as that type of film. It was an almost experimental feeling magic carpet ride. For me, at least, it was an interesting ride.


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