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Darkness is the absence of light.
Darkness or The Darkness may also refer to:
In film and television
- Darkness (1993 film), an American independent horror film
- Darkness (2002 film), a Spanish-American horror film
- "Darkness" (Stargate Universe), an episode of the TV series Stargate Universe
- "Darkness" (poem), a poem by Lord Byron
- Darkness (short stories), a collection of stories by Bharati Mukherjee
- Darkness, a book by John Saul
- The Darkness (comics), a comics series published by Top Cow/Image Comics
- The Darkness (novel), a 2000 novel by Anthony Eaton
- "The Darkness", a short story by David Drake
- The Darkness Series, a novel series by Harry Turtledove
- Darknesses, a novel in The Corean Chronicles by L. E. Modesitt, Jr.
- The Darkness (band), a British rock band
- "Darkness" (Aerosmith song), a song by Aerosmith
- "Darkness" (Darren Hayes song), a song by Darren Hayes
- Darkness, a German Eurodance act featuring Nana
- "Darkness", a song by Black Uhuru from Chill Out
- "Darkness", a song by Disturbed from Believe
- "Darkness", a song by Lamb from Between Darkness and Wonder
- "Darkness", a song by Leonard Cohen from Old Ideas
- "Darkness", a song by Rage Against the Machine from The Crow film soundtrack
- "Darkness", a song by SPF 1000 used in the animated TV series The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy
- "Darkness", a song by Third Eye Blind from Blue
- "Darkness", by The Police from Ghost in the Machine
- "Darkness", a song by Peter Gabriel from Up
- The Darkness (video game), a video game based on the comics
- The Darkness II, video game and sequel to The Darkness
- Darkness, a horse that ran in the 2009 Grand National
- All pages beginning with "Darkness"
- All pages with titles containing "The Darkness"
- Darkness, Darkness (disambiguation)
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