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Spreading Darkness (2017)

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Synopsis

Darkness is calling…Alarms shriek as the sexy, pistol-packing Harriet Skelp and her eccentric partner Otto Jeter search out a mysterious technology. Businessman, Stu Undercoffler receives some very bad advice that will take him from upstanding entrepreneur to ruthless racketeer. His dealings become shady, his methods unconscionable. Stu finds the riches he seeks but has no idea that—Darkness has started to spread. It's gone viral, infecting everyone Stu comes in contact with, the darkness has taken root. And once it begins, it's impossible to stop. Suicides, cars wrecked, madness, killers stalking the streets of Los Angeles. Darkness is all around. And on one fateful night, it will come full-circle, winding it’s way back around to Stu as he's called to task for his evil deeds. As bullets fly and bodies fall, sex and violence wreak havoc, and the viral infection reaches epidemic levels. Those who let the shadowy doom into their hearts are no longer just victims, they are carriers.

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Movie Details

Video Release: November 14th, 2017 by Cinedigm
MPAA Rating: Not Rated
Running Time: 101 minutes
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Genre:Action
Production Method:Live Action
Production Countries: United States

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Robert Davi   
James Duval   
John Savage   
Louis Mandylor   
Dominique Swain   

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   Director
Josh Eisenstadt    Screenwriter
Aaron Pope    Screenwriter

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