|release date||October 11 2013|
|studio||Epic Pictures Releasing|
|director||Mark Edwin Robinson|
|writer||Mark Edwin Robinson|
|starring||Mischa Barton, Ryan Eggold, Leah Pipes, Jaz Martin|
|trailer 1||Trailer #1|
SynopsisI Will Follow You Into the Dark is about a lost and apathetic young woman Sophia Monet (Mischa Barton) who is struggling to find her way after the recent death of her parents. Her life is turned around when she meets Adam Hunt (Ryan Eggold), a charismatic man who ignites Sophia’s sense of purpose, then turned upside down when Adam mysteriously disappears. Along with Adam’s roommate Astrid, and a couple friends, Sophia frantically searches the labyrinth of Adam’s dilapidated apartment high-rise building to find him. Sophia and the group soon find themselves up against unseen paranormal forces that will stop at nothing to keep Adam from being found. Sophia must confront her personal demons and take an extraordinary leap of faith in order to bring him back.
Apparently based on the Death Cab for Cutie song of the same name, I Will Follow You Into the Dark is one sappy sack of shit. It’s got more going for it than most low-budget horror flicks – like above-average production values – but never manages to really engage or live up to the challenging ideas it presents. The film attempts to address faith, grief, and a ride-or-die romance against the backdrop of a haunted apartment building. Unfortunately, it’s bogged down by a few aspects – the most glaring being its poor script and star Mischa Barton. …Read More