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Name:The Dark[2005] Dvdrip Xvid AC3[5 1] RoCK

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Proudly presents: The Dark (2005)
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General Information
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Type.................: Movie
Burn Tested..........: Yes


Audio Format.........: Dolby Digital
Encoder..............: AC3 5.1
Bitrate..............: 448 (CBR)
Hz...................: 48,000
Channels.............: 6

Video Format.........: Xvid
Video Bitrate........: 1695
Resolution...........: 720 x 400
Color................: 24 bit
FPS..................: 25.000
Source...............: Retail-DVD
Original Format......: PAL
Genre................: Horror/Mystery/Thriller
IMDb Rating..........: 5.3
Movie Information....: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0411267/
File Size............: 1.34GB
Movie Runtime........: 01:29:26
DVD Release Date.....: 11 April 2006

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Posted by............: RoCK (http://www.darksiderg.com/)
Posted on............: 10-11-2007

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Release Notes
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Dark is as mysterious as it is horrific, making it refreshingly eerie compared
to the current wave of lackluster horror films. Dark's protagonist, Ada (Maria
Bello), a heroically sly mother who aims to bring her allegedly dead daughter
back to life, further clarifies director John Fawcett's affinity for femme
fatales, best exemplified in his juicy feminist werewolf film, Ginger Snaps.
This time mining the indestructible psychic mother-daughter bond for material,
Fawcett tells the story of Ada, who brings daughter, Sarah, to Wales for a visit
with husband and father, James (Sean Bean), an artist relocated to a remote
seaside haunt. After Sarah becomes obsessed by a monolith carved with cryptic
text about Annwyn, the pagan Welsh equivalent of purgatory, Ada predicts her
daughter's fall off a cliff in a nearby pasture. Search parties fail to locate
the girl's body, so Ada heads to the local library for research, discovering
that the house they live in is inhabited by the ghost of Sarah's doppelganger,
Ebrill, who seeks rebirth after a similar drowning accident. Ada makes the
ultimate sacrifice to rescue her daughter while Sarah's father stands idly by.
Dark's plot directly relates to the classic psychological thriller, Don't Look
Now, but lacks the same subtle visual beauty, instead opting for a modern
primitive look. But with Welsh mythology mixed in, not to mention subplots
involving a psychotic shepherd into trepanation, and a local sheep population
afflicted with a suicide-inducing virus, Dark contains appealing medieval
imagery, and its contemporary take on pagan self-sacrifice is sick and cultish
rather than sexy and natural, as in The Wicker Man. Dark can at least be
applauded for entering some intriguingly creepy territory.

Director: John Fawcett

Writers : Simon Maginn
: Stephen Massicotte

Cast : Maria Bello
: Sean Bean
: Maurice RoÙves
: Sophie Stuckey
: Casper Harvey

Enjoy this movie.



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