LAPD homicide detectives Ernie Godunov and Jordan Daniels experience a violent departure from their routine duties when a series of homicides coincides with the theft of a legendary, allegedly cursed painting. According to the legend, the painting is destined to reappear periodically, bringing death and destruction. The detectives investigate, increasingly desperate as bodies pile up and the criminal conspiracy behind the painting's theft mobilizes. With time running out before the painting again disappears into the night, the detectives plunge headlong into a bloody confrontation.
Murder Has a New Medium.
Did You Know?
While undertaking post production on Canvas the Night, sound editor Michael D. Henry claimed to have heard at least two instances of unexplained EVP or Electronic Voice Phenomena. EVP is a phenomenon in which audio recordings are discovered to contain mysterious unintended or inexplicable sounds resembling speech. Some paranormal researchers believe EVP events evidence ghosts or other paranormal entities. Of particular note is in the scene where Detective Jordan Daniels (Jason Reed) is talking to an attractive jogger (Rebecca Del Sesto) who he's encountered in the park. After one of his lines, a mysterious voice reportedly whispers "It's close." See more
So you're telling me the is a famous painting. A famous cursed painting.
I'm not actually saying the painting is cursed. I'm saying the painting has a 100-year reputation of being cursed. Look, every time that painting has resurfaced, someone has died.