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The Dark (2005)

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Original title: Dark, The

Release Date
 USA: Dec 24, 2004
 UK: 28 Oct 2005

Budget GBP 3,000,000

Official Website:
The Dark Website

MPAA Rating
Rated R for some violent/disturbing images and language.

Running Time
1 hour, 33 minutes

Country Germany, UK

Production Companies
Constantin Film, Impact Pictures, Isle of Man Film Commission, UK Film Council

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Genre: Mystery, Thriller, Horror

Tagline: One of the living for one of the dead.

Plot: An estranged couple in a Welsh village tries to cope with the drowning death of their young daughter, but events take a strange and chilling turn when a girl with an eerie resemblance to the child appears and tells them that she has been dead for 60 years.

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external linkThe Dark looked fantastic, delved into its characters enough for me to care, slam dunked good performances, put out a semi novel premise, made me feel and gave me a couple of good, hefty frights... 3/4

external linkThe Dark is relatively original even though it was obviously inspired by The Ring. This is one movie that you will want to see on DVD, not in a theatre because the first 30 minutes might just put you right to sleep and even if they don't, I'm not sure that everyone's scared of demonic sheep or blonde girls. 3/5
--AnthroFred (SlasherPool)

 Directed by
John Fawcett
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 Written by
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 Music By
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