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Eyes in the Dark
Directed by Bjorn Anderson
Produced by Bjorn Anderson
Written by Bjorn Anderson
Starring
Music by S.Y.F.T.
Cinematography Joseph Cole
Editing by Robyn Scaringi
Studio Emerald City Pictures
Release date(s) April 25, 2010 (2010-04-25)(Alabama Film Festival)
Running time 78 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Eyes in the Dark is a 2010 American horror film written and directed by Bjorn Anderson. It is filmed in the "found footage" style.[1]

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Plot

The movie follows seven college students as they take a weekend trip to a lodge in the Cascade Mountains. As they film themselves for their video blog, they record some strange occurrences. The students and the lodge's caretaker come across a mysterious cave with strange markings. They soon become hunted by an unknown force with glowing red eyes.

Cast

  • Wayne Bastrup as Josh Adams
  • Melissa Goad as Lacy Meyers
  • John Symonds as Dean McClaren
  • Maureen Francisco as Heather Conroy
  • Telisa Steen as Stephanie Miller
  • Melinda Ausserer as Allison Stevens
  • Jason Robison as John Smith
  • Paul Eenhoorn as Anders
  • Ernie Joseph as Dr. Steven Monteray
  • Charlie Sims as Dr. Wesley Mason

Production

The idea for the film came to director Bjorn Anderson in a nightmare. He was influenced by Cloverfield and The Blair Witch Project to shoot the movie in a similar first person point-of-view style.[2] Anderson first pitched the idea of the Eyes in the Dark to producers Joseph Cole and Mike Ash in 2007 while finishing their first film, Warrior's End. Principle photography was done during the summer of 2008, but additional scenes were filmed later.[3]

Release

The film had its world premiere on April 25, 2010 at the Alabama International Film Festival.[4][5] It was also an official selection for Seattle's True Independent Film Festival (STIFF) 2010 and Fright Night Film Fest.[5][6]

Reception

Viewings of the trailer for Eyes in the Dark created curiosity for what the red eyes are.[7] After attending an early, private screening, movie reviewer Jeff Walls said that he “enjoyed the film” and it “was edited together really well.”[1]

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