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Blu-ray Review - The Dark


Most chillers work very hard to conceal the identity of their primary antagonists. Mystery tends to encourage tighter suspense, leaving it up to the viewer to conjure images of evil before the real thing is finally ready to make its screen debut. 1979's "The Dark" states right off the bat that an alien is on the loose in L.A., killing potential frights as the production exposes what's really lurking in the shadows long before director John "Bud" Carlos is ready to expose villainy to the light. It's a mistake, the first of many in this tepid horror endeavor, which always seems more excited to highlight banal conversations than dig into the possibilities of its extraterrestrial enemy, offering only a lukewarm whodunit where everyone already knows whodunit before the main titles.  Read the rest at


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