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I Will Follow You Into the Dark (2012)

Unrated | | Drama, Horror, Romance | 11 October 2013 (USA)
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A woman reeling from the death of her parents becomes attached to an alluring man whose sudden disappearance sends her and her friends into a haunted high-rise to find him
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Credited cast:
Mischa Barton ... Sophia Monet
Ryan Eggold ... Adam Hunt
Leah Pipes ... Astrid Daniels
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Frank Ashmore ... Mr. Carter
Melinda Browne Melinda Browne ... Old Woman
Andy Chan Andy Chan ... Tortured Soul
Ronnie Clark ... Homeless Man
Melinda Cohen ... Penny (as Melinda Y. Cohen)
Ward Edmondson ... Funeral Goer
Jessee Foudray ... Woman with Baby (rumored)
Mary Ann Gilbert Mary Ann Gilbert ... Funeral Goer
Willow Hale ... Ghost Woman
Richard Johnson ... Peter Monet
Kenni Kinsey Kenni Kinsey ... Funeral Goer
Tammy Klein ... Mrs. Monet
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Story follows Sophia, who is severely depressed after the deaths of both her parents within six months. Convinced that the Afterlife is mere oblivion, and that this life is meaningless, she retreats within herself, only to be drawn out of her depressive funk by an unexpected romance with a man named Adam. After Adam disappears mysteriously into the depths of a haunted apartment building, Sophia vows to pursue him, even if it means walking over the threshold into the realm of death. Written by prodbuzz.

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$5,000,000 (estimated)
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A well made supernatural thriller
11 September 2013 | by waqarr40See all my reviews

Into The Dark (2012) sees Sophia Monet (Mischa Barton) experience a range of inexplicable and increasingly disturbing occurrences, following the death of her father.

Originally titled I Will Follow You Into The Dark (named after a Death Cab For Cutie track), Into The Dark is a romance, come supernatural thriller, which contains some interesting ideas and a few key scares.

Sofia sits by the bedside of her dying father, the last of her surviving parents. He is conscious and articulate; vocalizing his difficulties in accepting the illness which is rapidly taking control of him. He urges her to find love, telling her that she will not be complete without it. More significantly, he shows doubts with regard to his religious faith, stating "This may be all we really have." This statement unnerves Sofia, who is taken aback at such a claim being made by a man with whom she has associated the church her entire life.

A staunch atheist, Sofia echoes her father's doubts at a eulogy for him, displaying no great love for religion, nor any respect for the crowd that have gathered to pay their respects. "There are no ghosts, or demons, or loved ones waiting for us on the other side." he assuredly states. For those of us familiar with haunting movies, we all know that taunting what may or may not lurk beyond our perception is never a wise move. Needless to say, it doesn't take long before those spirits come a knocking.

A photographer, and visual artist (an oddly common profession in these films), Sofia stays up working late on her intricate time capture pieces. She remains sullen and morose as a friend attempts to coax her out. Worrying about her own health, she visits her doctor and, on her way home, (literally) bumps into Adam Hunt (Ryan Eggold: 90210), who is on his way to a tour of a haunted asylum. She joins him and the two form a flirtatious relationship. Whilst their excursion to the asylum is uneventful, however, the same can't be said for Sofia's apartment, which begins to take on strange and new forms, culminating in Adam's disappearance.

Despite the presence of two leads who are more associated with sunny teen dramas than genre features, Barton and Eggold hold their own throughout. There are scenes which create an unsettling mystique, such as when Sofia is pinned down to her by an invisible force in the middle of the night. Writer / Director Mark Edwin Robinson shows great potential within the genre, and it would be interesting to see if he continues his foray into genre territory.6.5/10


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