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I Will Follow You Into the DarkA woman (Mischa Barton) named Sophia and her friends go in search of her lover (Ryan Eggold), who has suddenly disappeared somewhere within the haunted apartment building they inhabit.Keywords:
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Directors of "I Will Follow You Into the Dark"Mark Edwin RobinsonBirthdate: 6 November 1980, San Diego, California, USA
Creators of "I Will Follow You Into the Dark"Mark Edwin RobinsonBirthdate: 6 November 1980, San Diego, California, USA
Critic Reviews of "I Will Follow You Into the Dark"RogerEbert.comOctober 17, 2013
Smart and scary horror films about faith, and loneliness are rare, and for the most part, "I Will Follow You Into the Dark" is pretty exciting.VarietyOctober 11, 2013
A rather turgid ghost story with a simultaneously murky and silly take on the afterlife.Los Angeles TimesOctober 11, 2013
The question why ... persists.New York TimesOctober 10, 2013
Good for nothing besides the employment of insipid young actresses ...New York Daily NewsOctober 10, 2013
An embarrassment for everyone involved. Pay for a ticket, and that'll include you, too.Village VoiceOctober 09, 2013
Content-wise ... it's little more than a gooey, life-affirming parable about keeping the faith.Arkansas Democrat-GazetteOctober 13, 2013
Robinson apparently believes the best way to jolt an audience is to have several sequences where darkness and silence linger on the screen before having loud music wake viewers up from a well-deserved slumber.The PlaylistOctober 11, 2013
Davidson's movie aims for Polanski dread, but instead feels jumbled and weak-kneed - half made-for-Lifetime, half horror-wannabe.Slant MagazineOctober 08, 2013
A moralistic ending is telegraphed from the beginning and routinely fulfilled by the end, rendering the rest of this trite, visually unappealing mess virtually worthless.
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