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country: USA runtime: 90 M Sci-Fi Padraig Reynolds A woman returns to her family home and discovers it to be inhabited by monsters. Dark lightning. Dark light aram bedrosian. Dark light hymn. This is awesome! You're awesome. Dark/light adaptation. Dark light imdb. Critics Consensus No consensus yet. Tomatometer Not Yet Available TOMATOMETER Total Count: N/A 33% Audience Score User Ratings: 6 Dark Light Ratings & Reviews Explanation Tickets & Showtimes The movie doesn't seem to be playing near you. Go back Enter your location to see showtimes near you. Dark Light Photos Movie Info A woman returns to her family home and discovers it to be inhabited by monsters. Rating: NR Genre: Directed By: Written By: In Theaters: Dec 6, 2019 limited On Disc/Streaming: Runtime: 99 minutes Studio: Vertical Entertainment Cast Critic Reviews for Dark Light Audience Reviews for Dark Light Dark Light Quotes News & Features.
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It's about some apparent folk legend in the south about a race of undetectable fiends who have evolved alongside humanity. How they stay hidden for long generations with headlights for faces, which they always shine really brightly when they're hanging around your property, is the real mystery! They also continually whine like pigs and drool all over the place, but never leave a trace anywhere they've been.
They apparently feed on the life forces of humans, and can rip a person to shreds and drain all the life from them in a few seconds. But in the case of the protagonist's daughter, they take a really long time and keep her pretty and safe for days or weeks, ready to rescue when the big scene comes.
These fiends live and move all around in the protagonist's home without detection for the most part; even though they are big, hulking, slow-moving, ugly brutes. They get in to the house through a trap door in the floor of the household elevator that leads to a network of underground tunnels, and it even has a little convenient handle built in for them to use, but apparently nobody realizes what it's for.
Although it supposedly takes place in Mississippi, only one character has a southern accent. Everyone else sounds like they're from California.
Really bad, even for morons.
Dark light bass boosted. Dark light john frusciante. Dark light client. Dark light blue. Truly staggered by the sheer amount of dirty, stinking nonces in the UK, alone. WTF. Darklight. @MrFreakeyy. can i come with you darling... x. Best music everrr. Dark Light Studio album by HIM Released 26 September 2005 Recorded Spring 2005 Studio The Paramour Estate in Los Angeles, California Length 45: 30 Label Sire Producer Tim Palmer HIM chronology And Love Said No: The Greatest Hits 1997–2004 (2004) Dark Light (2005) Uneasy Listening Vol. 1 (2006) Singles from Dark Light " Wings of a Butterfly " Released: September 2005 "Vampire Heart" Released: November 2005 " Killing Loneliness " Released: February 2006 "Under the Rose" Released: 2006 Dark Light is the fifth studio album by Finnish gothic rock band HIM. Released on 26 September 2005, HIM began recording the album in March 2005 at the Paramour Estate is Los Angeles, California, with producer Tim Palmer, who had also mixed the band's previous album Love Metal. Dark Light also served as HIM's first worldwide release with Sire Records, with whom the band had signed with in September 2004. In Finland, however, the album was released under the band's own label Heartagram. Musically, Dark Light featured a more "polished" and "accessible" sound than previous albums, and was written as a cross between Black Sabbath and U2, also influenced by the work of composer Angelo Badalamenti. Dark Light received mostly positive reviews from critics, with many praising the writing and the band's performance, while some criticism was given to the second half of the album. Dark Light charted in fifteen countries, reaching number one in Finland, later going platinum, as well as gold in Germany, the UK and the US, making HIM the first Finnish artists to receive a gold record in the United States. Three singles were also released, with " Wings of a Butterfly " peaking at number one in Finland, and " Killing Loneliness " at number two. "Wings of a Butterfly" later received the award for "Song of the Year" at the 2005 Emma Awards, and was awarded at the 2007 BMI Pop Awards as well. During the album's world tour, HIM made their live debut in various countries, including Japan and Australia. Production In August 2003, HIM separated from BMG, after fulfilling their contractual obligations to the label.  In September 2004, HIM announced that they had signed a new recording contract with Sire Records, who would handle the band's future releases in Europe, the United States, Japan and Australia.  In their native Finland, however, HIM's recordings would be released through the band's own Heartagram label.  In March 2005, HIM relocated to Los Angeles, California, to start work on their fifth studio album at The Paramour Estate, with producer Tim Palmer, who had previously mixed the band's fourth album Love Metal.  After two days of rehearsals, the band began recording drums, which were done in two days.   This was followed by the bass, and then guitars and keyboards.  The band were faced with multiple distractions during the recording process, including dogs around the estate, as well as a Playboy video shoot.  Because of this, the studio equipment was moved upstairs for Ville Valo to record his vocals, while the other members of the band flew to Las Vegas with professional skateboarder and friend of the band Bam Margera.  In May 2005, HIM recruited Andy Wallace to mix the album; however, he was fired only a week later.    According to Valo, Wallace lost the "melancholia" in his mixes, explaining: "It sounded fucking good, but it sounded like radio-friendly American rock [... ] and we're not that. "  Thus, producer Tim Palmer was tasked with mixing the album at Electric Lady Studios in New York, after which the album was mastered by Stephen Marcussen at Sterling Sound.   Originally planned as In the Nightside of Eden, the album's title was changed to Dark Light, because the band felt that the latter would be a more memorable title, seeing as how this would be HIM's first album to be officially released in Japan, Australia and North America.  The title Dark Light was inspired by a book of the same name by Mette Newth, and was also thought up as a play on words; Ville Valo's last name translates to "light", and "dark light" in Finnish would be "pimeä valo", which in turn would mean that Ville Valo was "mad".  Dark Light also continues the band's tradition of "contradictions in [album] titles".   The cover art of Dark Light was designed by Matt Taylor and Sonny Gerasimowicz.  Music and lyrics According to Valo, the band entered the studio with the idea of creating a cross between Black Sabbath 's Sabbath Bloody Sabbath and Achtung Baby by U2, and Dark Light has been described as more "polished" and "accessible" than HIM's previous albums.    The first half of the record was written long before entering the studio, while the second half was composed a month and a half prior, after Valo threw away much of the original material, because "it was too slow".  According to Valo, the band's approach on Dark Light was to make the songs sound more "cinematic, epic, and close to the listeners", inspired by the works of composer Angelo Badalamenti.  Valo also mentioned This Mortal Coil as an influence on the album's "spooky, eerie" sound.  Lyrically, Dark Light deals mostly with themes of "girls and boys and the politics of the heart".  "Vampire Heart" opens with a riff reminiscent of the theme to the 1978 film Halloween, while " Rip Out the Wings of a Butterfly " was described by Valo as a "link between ' She Sells Sanctuary ' by The Cult and ' Billie Jean ' by Michael Jackson ".   The lyrics were inspired by a legend of immortal souls possessing the wings of a butterfly, and talks about: "Whether you are willing enough to destroy something beautiful to gain yourself some power. "  According to Valo, the song was chosen as the first single from Dark Light, because it was "the perfect song to describe what's going to happen on the entire album", containing all the signature elements of the band's sound as well.   " Killing Loneliness " was partly inspired by professional skateboarder Brandon Novak and his heroin addiction, and talks about the various ways people "kill their loneliness, and with what", while "Behind the Crimson Door" features Valo humming a poem by Finnish author Timo K. Mukka.   Valo described "The Face of God" as " Achtung -era U2, with Queens of the Stone Age meeting the Satanic Bee Gees ", and "In the Nightside of Eden" as the " prog rock " song of the album, which also makes mention of the Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri.  The band's cover of " Poison Heart " by the Ramones features claps by Sire Records' co-founder Seymour Stein and A&R executive Michael Goldstone.  Release and promotion HIM performing in Milan in September 2005 " Rip Out the Wings of a Butterfly " (under the title "Wings of a Butterfly") was released as the first single from Dark Light in September 2005, charting in ten countries, including at number one in Finland,  number ten in Germany and the UK,   and at number 19 on the US Alternative Chart.  A music video was also produced for the song.  That same month, HIM embarked on European club tour to prepare for the release Dark Light.  The album was released on 26 September 2005, and charted in sixteen countries, including at number one in Finland and Greece,   number four in Germany and Austria,   and number 18 in the UK and US.   The album would eventually be certified platinum in Finland,  and gold in Germany, the UK, and the US, making HIM the first Finnish artist to receive a gold record in the United States.    The North American leg of the album's supporting tour for began in Portland, Oregon, on 5 October 2005, and continued until the end of November, with Skindred and Flinch serving as supporting acts.  In November 2005, "Vampire Heart" was released as a promotional singles from Dark Light.  For the 2005 edition of the band's annual New Year's Eve shows, the event was expanded into a festival and renamed Helldone.  The band were scheduled to begin a tour of the UK and Ireland in January 2006, but were forced to postpone it until February, after guitarist Mikko "Linde" Lindström fractured his wrist after Helldone.  At the 2005 Emma Awards, HIM went on to win "Rock Album of the Year", and "Song of the Year" for "Wings of a Butterfly".  On 9 February 2006, HIM began a joint seven-date tour with The Rasmus and Negative across Central Europe, after which HIM continued through Southern Europe, Japan, Australia and New Zealand.   Also in February 2006, " Killing Loneliness " was released as a single, charting in five countries, peaking at number two in Finland.  Two music videos were produced for the song, the latter of which featured a guest appearance by tattoo artist Kat Von D.   From May to June 2006, HIM toured the US with Aiden acting as support.  In August 2006, HIM were nominated by Kerrang! for "Best Band on the Planet".  In September 2006, HIM cancelled a forthcoming North American tour, in order to begin work on a new album.  "Under the Rose" was also released as the final promotional single from Dark Light in 2006.  In October 2007, Ville Valo was awarded at the BMI Pop Award for "Wings of a Butterfly".  Reception Professional ratings Aggregate scores Source Rating Metacritic 52/100  Review scores Source Rating Rumba  Rock Hard 8. 5/10  8+/10  musicOMH Positive  Soundi  Helsingin Sanomat Positive  Allmusic  Drowned in Sound 5/10  Dark Light received mostly mixed to positive reviews from critics, with an average score of 52 out of 100 on Metacritic, based on 10 reviews.  The New York Times described the material as "sturdier than ever", while Q called the album a "collection of irresistible pop-rock anthems".  Chris Ingold of musicOMH touted Dark Light as HIM's "most accessible album to date", containing "the powerful sense of identity and cohesion that has allowed the band to shamelessly rip-off all manner of classic rock moments yet always sound like themselves. "  Rumba' s Tapio Ahola gave the album five out of five stars, praising it as fulfilling the potential of the band, as well as featuring material "with more depth" than some of the group's other work.  Conny Schiffbauer of Rock Hard, who gave the album eight-point-five out of ten, called Dark Light a "successful album", giving praise to both the vocals and instrumentation, and likening the album to The Cult, Black Sabbath and U2.  Turkka Holmqvist of gave the album eight-plus out of ten, and called it "fresh" and a "positive surprise".  He did, however, comment on only half the album being up to par, but concluded that the album "takes the band back to the times when they were good on their own terms".  Vesa Sirén of Soundi described Valo's melodies as sounding even more like traditional Finnish schlager than before, and commended the arrangements as "precise" and "nuanced".  Sirén also felt that the second half of the album did not live up to the first, but still awarded Dark Light four stars out of five.  Tero Valkonen of Helsingin Sanomat was positive in his review, singling out "Wings of a Butterfly" and "In the Nightside of Eden" as particular highlights, but did still criticize the album for following the same formula as the band's previous efforts.  Allmusic awarded the album three-and-a-half stars out of five, and described it as "glossy and user-friendly".  Raziq Rauf of Drowned in Sound gave the album five out of ten, and called the album "unremarkable" yet "solid".  He praised Valo's performance, but criticized the material backing him as "dull" and "turgid backwash".  NME also described Dark Light as "wimpy", giving the album 40 out of 100.  Spin gave the album 25 out 100, and stated that Dark Light "gives new meaning to the phrase virgin sacrifice", while Stylus Magazine felt that "there’s nothing to get excited or exhilarated over" on the album, also giving the album 25 out of 100.  In 2016, the readers of Metal Hammer magazine voted Dark Light the second best metal album of the 21st century, second only to Babymetal 's self-titled debut.  In 2017, Valo revisited Dark Light and described it as a "pretty experimental record" for the band, stating: "Finnish melancholia was brought to the middle of the sunny city of angels, and we forcefully tried wed them. A good combination of the two. "  Loudwire later ranked Dark Light fourth in the band's discography, giving praise to the production and songwriting, while stating that "ultimately the 'dark' part of the title falls short of expectations. "  Kaaoszine ranked Dark Light as the second-best HIM album, stating: "Some albums are like a gateway to a dreamworld bigger than life. Dark Light is one of those records. "  Track listing All tracks written by Ville Valo, except where noted. No. Title Length 1. "Vampire Heart" 4:46 2. " Rip Out the Wings of a Butterfly " 3:30 3. "Under the Rose" 4:50 4. " Killing Loneliness " 4:29 5. "Dark Light" 4:31 6. "Behind the Crimson Door" 4:37 7. "The Face of God" 4:36 8. "Drunk on Shadows" 3:49 9. "Play Dead" 4:36 10. "In the Nightside of Eden" 5:40 Total length: 45:44 Limited Edition bonus track No. Title Length 11. "The Cage" 4:17 Total length: 50:01 Japanese bonus track No. Title Writer(s) Length 11. " Poison Heart " Dee Dee Ramone, Daniel Rey 3:41 Total length: 48:58 Heartagram Internet Edition bonus tracks No. "Venus (In Our Blood)" 4:32 12. "The Cage" 4:17 Total length: 54:33 Gatefold vinyl bonus tracks No. "Venus (In Our Blood)" 4:32 12. "The Cage" 4:17 13. " Poison Heart " Dee Dee Ramone, Daniel Rey 3:41 Total length: 58:14 Personnel Charts Certifications References ^ "H. I. M. Part Ways With Label, Seek New Record Deal". Blabbermouth. August 5, 2003. Retrieved 2017-07-09. ^ a b "H. Sign With SIRE RECORDS". September 9, 2004. Retrieved 2017-07-09. ^ a b c d "The Making of Dark Light ". YouTube. Retrieved 2017-07-09. ^ a b "HIM - Dark Light Podcast #2". To Embark On European Club Tour In September".. June 11, 2005. Retrieved 2017-07-09. ^ "H. Tap Andy Wallace To Mix New Album".. May 4, 2005. Retrieved 2017-07-09. ^ a b c d e "Interview with Ville Valo @ Ruisrock 2005". Retrieved 2017-07-09. ^ a b Dark Light album sleeve notes. ^ a b c "HIM – Loud Legacy documentary". 2015-02-25. Retrieved 2016-06-09. ^ a b c "MTV Switched on Ville Valo 2005". Frontman Says New Album Sounds Like 'Gothed-Up BON JOVI ' ".. July 16, 2005. Retrieved 2017-07-09. ^ a b c " Metal Hammer Presents HIM: Tears On Tape -Fanpack magazine – pg. 123". 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Select albums in the Format field. Select Gold in the Certification field. Type Dark Light in the "Search BPI Awards" field and then press Enter. ^ "American album certifications – H. – Dark Light". Recording Industry Association of America. If necessary, click Advanced, then click Format, then select Album, then click SEARCH. External links Official website.
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Dark lightning storm images. Dark light night lovell remix. Some people say that Ruby's part was trash and he should stick to rapping, but tbh its the best part to me. His voice is lowkey soothing asf. Light and dark. December 8, 2019 December 8, 2019 Dark Light, Ed Brody, Gerald Tyler, Horror Movie, Jessica Madsen, Kristina Clifford, Monster Movie, Movie Review, Opal Littleton, Padraig Reynolds, Vertical Entertainment A young mother returns to the family home after a series of misfortunes. In this case the breakup of her marriage, the death of her mother and a nervous breakdown. She simply wants a new start for her and her daughter but fate isn’t going to let that happen. It’s a common enough setup for a film and it’s what Padraig Reynolds (Rites Of Spring, Open 24 Hours) uses for his new film Dark Light. The recent past has taken a toll on Annie (Jessica Madsen, Leatherface, Rambo: Last Blood). Dealing with her mother’s illness and death along with the knowledge her husband was cheating on her caused a breakdown. Recovered and with custody of her daughter Emily (Opal Littleton), she’s moved into her mother’s now empty house. Or maybe it isn’t so empty. From the start, strange things happen and Annie is convinced she sees something in the house and the cornfields behind it. Something that wants her daughter. The local sheriff (Kristina Clifford, Butt Boy) is dubious. When Emily goes missing and Annie’s ex (Ed Brody) ends up on the wrong end of a shotgun blast she’s taken into custody. When the police van crashes she’s given a chance to escape and find her daughter at all costs. The first part of Dark Light is told in flashbacks as Annie is interrogated. This gets a bit confusing at times. Annie and the sheriff seem to transport from the interrogation room to other locations. After she escapes the film settles into a more normal structure. She consults Walter Simms (Gerald Tyler, The Lighthouse) an alleged expert on local strange events and at this point, the film shifts gears again. It goes from ghost story to monster movie with only a few lines of dialogue. Or possibly to the delusions of a homicidal madwoman as the authorities think. Unfortunately Dark Light has some gaping holes in its narrative. Just what are these underground creatures and why do they need human children? Why do doors open and close themselves, are the creatures telekinetic? Why is there a cache of weapons and large denomination bills under the floor of the house’s bedroom? There’s also way too much that we’ve seen before. The monster hiding in the back seat. All of the main players coincidentally ending up back at the house for the climactic showdown. The escape from the creature’s lair that evokes Aliens. And the sequel ready final shot. The creatures themselves are fairly nasty looking. All mouth and a huge glowing eye where their face should be. They resemble something that stalked out of an Italian Alien rip off. And they’re realized with practical effects too, actor Weston Meredith in a monster suit. That might make Dark Light worthwhile for monster buffs. For me though Dark Light just never really gets going. It looks good and it’s not boring, but it’s never overly exciting either. The elements are there, it all just lacks the spark to set it off. Dark Light is available to stream from Vertical Entertainment. DARK LIGHT Trailer (2019) Horror Movie Summary Reviewer Jim Morazzini Review Date 2019-12-08 Reviewed Item Dark Light Author Rating 3.
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