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The Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Center Honors Rachel Zoe Benefiting Homeless Youth Services held at The Sunset Tower - Inside

Emma Caulfield Monday 23rd January 2012 The Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Center Honors Rachel Zoe Benefiting Homeless Youth Services held at The Sunset Tower - Inside

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The Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Center Honors Rachel Zoe Benefiting Homeless Youth Services held at The Sunset Tower

Emma Caulfield Monday 23rd January 2012 The Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Center Honors Rachel Zoe Benefiting Homeless Youth Services held at The Sunset Tower

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The L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center's An Evening, benefiting Homeless Youth Services

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'Buffy the Vampire Slayer' reunion for the Paley Center for Media's 24th William S. Paley Television Festival held at the ArcLight Theater

Emma Caulfield, Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Slayer, Arclight Theater and Paley Center for Media Thursday 20th March 2008 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer' reunion for the Paley Center for Media's 24th William S. Paley Television Festival held at the ArcLight Theater Los Angeles, California

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Emma Caulfield, Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Slayer, Arclight Theater and Paley Center for Media
Emma Caulfield, Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Slayer, Arclight Theater and Paley Center for Media

Darkness Falls Review


Unbearable
The title Darkness Falls is incomplete. Several other things fall as this 76 minute monstrosity lumbers along, including (but not limited to) your hopes, your interest level, and finally, your eyelids.

Actually, Darkness Falls is the name of a small Maine town that's cursed by a vengeful spirit. One hundred years prior, Matilda Dixon played tooth fairy for the community's little ones. For her troubles, Dixon was hanged from the gallows and burnt to a crisp on the charge of suspicion when two children disappeared. From that point on, Dixon's ghost has haunted the youth of Darkness Falls, claiming their baby teeth in the dead of night.

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Darkness Falls Review


Grim

If the writers, producers or director of "Darkness Falls" would have held themselves to a higher standard than just recycling the same cheap, soundtrack-aided horror movie jump-frights that have made the genre so tiresome, this movie might have been a real goosepimpler.

Its recasting of the Tooth Fairy as a bloodthirsty specter hunting the kids of a small town is creepy enough that the most bone-chilling line in the movie is, "Remember, when the Tooth Fairy comes, don't peek!" After that, simply the sight of a child setting a tooth on his dresser at bedtime is enough to get your anxiety flowing (not to mention your curiosity wondering what kind of twisted stage mother lets her little kid star in a horror movie).

But acting on the assumption that their target audience doesn't care about anything except a handful of popcorn-spilling jolts, neither director Jonathan Liebesman nor any of the film's three writers put much effort toward creating a good scary movie. They dropped a new supernatural, masked killer under the hood of the same old jalopy and put the pedal to the metal.

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