The Dark Hours

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The Dark Hours
The Dark Hours FilmPoster.jpeg
Directed by Paul Fox
Produced by Brent Barclay
Written by Wil Zmak
Starring Kate Greenhouse, Aidan Devine, Gordon Currie, Iris Graham, Dov Tiefenbach
Music by E.C. Woodley
Cinematography Steve Cosens
Editing by Marlo Miazga
Distributed by Capri Films (Canada)
Release dates 2005
Running time 80 minutes
Language English
Budget $500,000 Canadian

The Dark Hours is a 2005 Canadian made psychological thriller movie directed by Paul Fox and written by Wil Zmak.

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In his book The Long Tail, Wired editor Chris Anderson cited it as the poorest box-office performance for 2005 in the U.S., with a gross of $423. Thus, it suffered more than any other film released that year from the inefficiencies of theatrical distribution. A further review on his blog confirmed his judgement that the film did not lack for quality at all, only for marketing and distribution.

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