Alone in the dark II



          After all these years im immune to that witchcraft crap


We open with a dark and stormy night, three people, one of them severely injured, are rushing through a wooded area running from an unseen force, looking for refuge, which they find in a decrepit public restroom. Coke-head, Xavier (Zack Ward) hears the group approaching and hides in one of the bathrooms stalls. The injured man appears to have some fatal disease for his body is running with black veins that are slowly growing longer. The woman in the group produces a dagger, which becomes the center point of a little later in the film, and removes a small vial from its hilt. After destroying the vial, whatever they were running away from finally reaches the bathroom, butchers the group and attacks Xavier.

Three days later, we see Xavier standing on a street corner. He meets up with Edward Carnby (Rick Yune), who, in Xavier’s words, “know a lot about occult stuff.” Xavier has apparently contracted the same illness that the man in the bathroom had, and wants Edward’s help to rid himself of it. Soon After, he is stabbed by the miserable coke-head using the same dagger the woman had in the beginning of the film. Edward is then taken into the custody of Dexter (Bill Moseley), his daughter, Natalie (Rachel Specter), and cigar smoking, machine gun wielding Boyle (Ralf Moeller). Dexter explains that the dagger has infected his body and an ancient witch (played by Allison Lange and Lisette Bross) is speaking to him in an attempt to find his location so she can get to Natalie......






















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Directed by Michael Roesch
Peter Scheerer
Produced by Uwe Boll
Wolfgang Herold
Written by Michael Roesch
Peter Scheerer
Starring Rick Yune
Lance Henriksen
Bill Moseley
Rachel Specter
Danny Trejo
Ralf Moeller
Jason Connery
PJ Soles
Music by  
Distributed by
Lions Gate Entertainment
Release date(s) 2009
Running time 93 mins.
Language English







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