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As a young boy, Kyle Walsh claims to have accidentally woken up out of his sleep, just in time to see the Tooth Fairy trying to kill him. Everyone in town things he's crazy except his childhood sweetheart, Caitlin, and her little brother, Michael. Years later, Kyle must return home to confront his troubled past, and save Caitlin and Michael from an unrelenting evil that has plagued the town of Darkness Falls for over 150 years.
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Urban Cinefile
Film lovers beware! The evil spirits of boredom will befall should you enter a darkened cinema and endure Darkness Falls.
October 18, 2008
Time Out
All semblance of plausibility is extracted, leaving a cast of TV actors to struggle with a plot with more gaps than an eight-year-old's grin.
January 26, 2006
Georgia Straight
It's only slightly more enjoyable than having army ants gnaw at your privates.
February 08, 2014
Village Voice
This is horror-flick boo-ya at its most rote.
January 28, 2003
Empire Magazine
The kind of movie that gets laughs entirely unintentionally.
December 30, 2006
Guardian
A mish mash of horror-movie clichés.
February 26, 2007
Rolling Stone
Do you really need me to tell you how scary this horror show isn't?
January 31, 2003
Chicago Reader
It begins with not one but two prologues; one character turns up out of nowhere, his introduction no doubt left on the cutting-room floor; and the paltry 85-minute running time includes 15 minutes of end credits.
February 26, 2007
Washington Post
Oy, how it falls.
September 26, 2005
L.A. Weekly
While it took three screenwriters to come up with Darkness Falls' countless variations on 'Stay out of the dark!,' many more may have been necessary to provide an interesting plot or developed character.
February 06, 2003