‘Dark Was the Night’ is One of the Greatest Wendigo Films Ever Made (Review)

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Written by: Matt Molgaard

Directed by: Jack Heller

Cast: Kevin Durand, Lukas Haas

Been waiting for a genuinely awesome flick about the much-feared wendigo? Jack Heller is finally here to save the day! Dark Was the Night was a relatively quiet production. There was an obvious dearth of media plugs in the buildup to the film’s release, and it didn’t land on too many big screens. However, it deserved a major push. While not a perfect film by any means, it is a very well-acted picture with some unorthodox but appealing cinematography and one of the finer approaches to the wendigo.

The story follows local law man, Paul Shields as he attempts to solve a mystery that has the rural community of Maiden Woods on edge. Strange tracks surface in the town. Livestock is going missing. Soon, bodies begin to pile up. And it’s all up to Shields…

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