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Dark Corners (2006)

Not Rated | | Horror, Romance, Thriller | 10 October 2006 (USA)
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As Susan Hamilton sleeps, she dreams that she is another person in an alternative reality. As her greatest fears come to life, she is pursued by the notorious serial killer known as the Night Stalker.

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Ray Gower

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Ray Gower
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Thora Birch ... Susan Hamilton / Karen Clarke
Toby Stephens ... Dr. Woodleigh
Christien Anholt ... David Hamilton
Joanna Hole Joanna Hole ... Elaine Jordan
Lorraine Bruce ... Mary Sullivan
Ray Charleson Ray Charleson ... Mr. Kyrke-Smith
Michael J. Reynolds ... Dr. Richardson
Alan Perrin Alan Perrin ... Detective Jackson / Detective Flint
Oliver Price ... Needletooth
Glenn Beck ... Mr. Saunders
John Bown John Bown ... Old Man
Sheryl Gannaway Sheryl Gannaway ... Judith Palmer
Barbara Keogh Barbara Keogh ... Old Woman
Ian Porter ... News Anchor
Dominic Potter Dominic Potter ... Evilkid
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As Susan Hamilton sleeps, she dreams that she is another person in an alternative reality. As her greatest fears come to life, she is pursued by the notorious serial killer known as the Night Stalker.

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Terror Breeds in the Shadows of the Soul


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Language:

English

Release Date:

10 October 2006 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Alma Negra See more »

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Dolby Digital

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Color

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1.85 : 1
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In the scenes where someone is driving, take note that they're driving the British way (where this film was made) on the left side of the road. In the US (where this film takes place) driving is on the right, not the left. See more »

Quotes

Dr. Woodleigh: You ungrateful, fucking bitch!
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This movie is cool!
25 May 2006 | by scrappy666See all my reviews

Forget the "Arrow in the Head" review, I caught this movie at a screening in Cannes last weekend and really enjoyed it. Dark, twisted and challenging (with liberal doses of very black humour: Mister Kyrke-Smith the mortician is hysterical) this is more "Rosemary's Baby" meets "Jacob's Ladder" than Jason-style slasher crap. It is something of a conundrum, but it makes a change for film-makers not to assume that the audience are idiots in need of spoon feeding. Watch closely as there appears to be clues and symbolic references scattered throughout the film - not sure I got all of them, but definitely looking forward to a second viewing. Probably not your standard multiplex fare, but if you like to think about movies and you get a chance, do go see it.


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