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|Directed by||David McCormick|
|Produced by||David McCormick
|Based on||The Lurking Fear
by H.P. Lovecraft
|Music by||Jesse Carnes|
|Edited by||David Wayne|
|Distributed by||Cornerstsone Video|
Dark Heritage (UK: Dark Heritage: The Final Descendant) is a 1989 American horror film produced and directed by David McCormick. It is an unofficial adaptation of H. P. Lovecraft's short story "The Lurking Fear" and the first of three film adaptations of H.P Lovecraft's short story.
Following a violent storm, a small campsite in the Southern states is found littered with mutilated bodies. Journalist Clint Harrison investigates and learns of a family called the Dansens who kept a terrible secret. Resolving to get to the bottom of things, Harrison and his buddies decide to spend the night in the abandoned Dansen home with the result that there are more deaths, and Harrison finds out a terrible truth: he is related to the Dansens.
- Mark LaCour as Clint Harrison
- Tim Verkaik as Jack
- Eddie Moore as Mr. Daniels
- Joan Parmelee as Mrs. Daniels
- David Hatcher as Greg
- Todd Leger as Daryl
- Joe Jennings as Roger
Johnny Grimmet, Shane Grimmet, Mark McCormick, John Reed, and James Verkaik portrayed the creatures in the film.
- "Dark Heritage (1990) - David McCormick". AllMovie.com. AllMovie. Retrieved 30 September 2015.
- Dark Heritage at the Internet Movie Database
- Dark Heritage at Rotten Tomatoes
- Dark Heritage at AllMovie
- ISCFC review by Mark Longden
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