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Dark SummerSummer is a time to relax, unwind, take a vacation, and be free. But 17 year old Daniel Austin gets none of that, no cell phone, no Internet, no leaving the property, and especially no Mona, his crush because of his obsessive online stalking. He is on house arrest for the summer while his mother is away on business. A horrifying incident occurs leaving an ominous presence in the house.Genre: ThrillerCountry: United StatesDuration: 81 minQuality: HDRelease: 2015IMDb: 4.2
Actors of "Dark Summer"
Directors of "Dark Summer"Paul Solet
Creators of "Dark Summer"Mike Le
Critic Reviews of "Dark Summer"Time OutMarch 17, 2015
Offers fairly meagre chills. Still, the script has a few inventive (if not necessarily credible) moves up its sleeve.Los Angeles TimesJanuary 22, 2015
It's hard not to think of viewing "Dark Summer" as running-time served.New York TimesJanuary 08, 2015
There is something profoundly draining and suffocatingly incestuous about watching a film that's dedicated to watching a computer screen.New York Daily NewsJanuary 08, 2015
As an exercise in atmosphere, this claustrophobic creeper does a lot with a little, even if the movie winds up providing just superficial shivers.VarietyJanuary 08, 2015
A clumsily established premise develops into little more than a series of familiar "gotcha!" scares.New York PostJanuary 07, 2015
The mumbly dialogue between the three teens - realistic though it probably is - makes it hard to care too much about Daniel's housebound fate.TheHorrorShowAugust 23, 2015
A crisp 80-minute horror movie that may take a few scenes to get rolling, but also showcases some very interesting ideas and a great lead performance.Aisle SeatJuly 07, 2015
An intriguing, if flawed look at the nature of obsession.TheFrightFile.comJuly 07, 2015
Mopes around for 82 minutes, inspiration in short supply.SciFiNowApril 10, 2015
Dark Summer is worth taking a chance on.Times (UK)March 20, 2015
This is the kind of film that relies heavily on sledgehammer sound design and creepy imagery in the absence of a persuasive story.GuardianMarch 19, 2015
It is an efficiently crafted, small-scale film with an interesting premise, although it sometimes feels like an atmospheric short that has been stretched out.
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