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DARKNESS FALLS, 2003
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Directed by Jonathan Liebesman
Starring: Chaney Kley, Emma Caulfield
Review by Melissa R. Mendelson



SYNOPSIS:

A vengeful spirit has taken the form of the Tooth Fairy to exact vengeance on the town that lynched her 150 years earlier. Her only opposition is the only child, now grown up, who has survived her before.

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Soft, colored lights flickered across the room from a nightlight nearby. Hallway light seeped in under the closed bedroom door, and a chair rested against the closet, keeping it shut. A small body lied still beneath a bundle of covers, and beneath the pillow was a small, white tooth. And a shadow fell across the bed, followed by the cries of the dead.

Donít peek. He was told to place his last baby tooth under the pillow and to go to sleep. If she came that night, he was not supposed to look upon her, but as she approached his bed did he awake, hearing the sound that escaped her lips. And as he pulled the covers away from him, his eyes gazed into darkness, and terror fell around him. And death came not dressed as the fairytale creature called the Tooth Fairy.

We are told that monsters donít exist, but what if they do? With only seconds left to live, the boy runs from the one in pursuit, and as he enters the light does the darkness fall back. But the monster still waits, and if the lights were to go out, he too would fall into dark, taken by the one glaring back at him. But who would believe him, and how could he stay alive?

For years, he eluded death by staying close to the light, but fate had other plans. And an urgent phone call from an old friend pulls him back to a town that he left behind, forcing him to confront his past, and face the monster that stole a life away from him, but now another life hangs in the balance. And he is the only one that can stop her.

And darkness threatens to consume light. Eyes open to what they should not see, and lives are taken. And the fingers of death reach out toward those caught in her sight, and hope may become lost. But the fight to survive lights up the dark.

A grain of truth lies buried within some Horror movies. We find murder disguised as Urban Legends while a killer is bent on revenge. Blood and lust blend together as a stake is plunged through the heart, but still are we entranced by the touch of vampires. Creatures of the deep catch our scent and approach for the kill, but before we can react, itís too late, trapped in the jaws of death. Every town has a history, and in history are the stories of ghosts. And their haunting tales are molded into movies such as Weight of Water and Darkness Falls.

Horror movies have opened the door to unimagined horror, pure fear, and the power of survival over death, and legends told like the Tooth Fairy could give life to darkness. And fear grips innocence, tearing life apart, but the hero fights to survive. And through his conflict are we pulled in, held hostage to the trials that he must overcome, and the story grips us tighter as murder rises high into the night. And the true face of evil is unmasked, but will it remain unrelenting even up to its last breath? And unlike some Horror movies, will a happy ending find its way to the end before the credits roll? Darkness Falls is a true masterpiece of Horror, strengthening our fear of the dark.

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