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New Official Clip for the UK’s Dark Vision

Chris Savage 2 Comments

You know what it’s like. Over the past several years we have seen a resurgence in “ghost hunters”. From films to TV, there just seems to be no stopping them, and now, we have some more for you to chow down on. Several weeks ago, we gave you guys the first details for Darren Flaxstone’s Dark Vision, and now we have scored a new official clip.

The film stars Bernie Hodges, Suzie Latham, Oliver Park, Alicia Ancel, Simon Pearce, and Judith Haley.

SynopsisMind-full host Spencer Knights puts his crew in peril whilst trying to win his own series as part of the paranormal competition Dark Vision.

Find out what manifestations lay in wait for his team inside Baylock’s Folly – a place with a dark history and possibly a darker present. Who is it’s mysterious caretaker Clem and what are the twisted motivations of the producers at the “Dark Vision Hub”?

Step into the darkness and find the answers in this new wave gothic horror from Stray Spark productions.

For more information, hit up their official Facebook page.

What do you guys think?

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      1. James September 7, 2013 at 12:33 pm

        I don’t know why, but I find that clip impossible to get through… It goes on forever with absolutely no tension building at all. Some film makers just have a knack for boring the viewer to death in a matter of seconds.

      2. Bernie February 19, 2014 at 11:59 am

        Hi James, thanks for your comment. This clip happens in the middle of the film with peaks and troughs of tension and perhaps it wasn’t the best one to use at this stage – if you can’t get through this clip then maybe our film’s not for you – but I would ask you to reserve judgement until you see the whole film – which is actually fun, funny and scary with lots of jumps. We’re not modern horror we are throwback horror and like to build an air of mystery around our Ghostly Gothic tale. Try this clip if you want tension building.