The Harsh Light Of Day
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The Harsh Light Of Day
Daniel Shergold (Dan Richardson), a writer on the occult, is a happily married man until the day his wife is murdered, and he is left paralysed in a brutal, seemingly random attack, by a group of masked intruders. When the police are unable to find the perpetrators, Daniel is left in a pit of bitterness and anger. Desperately seeking vengeance, Daniel is brought to the attention of a mysterious stranger who changes everything. He offers Daniel something he hadn't dared hope for, something that shouldn't even be possible. He will help him walk, help him search, help him find vengeance -… More
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Rotten Tomatoes Score: 33%

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"Milburn's debut is a slight, unpolished micro-budget, yet the grasp of storytelling displayed here marks him as a promising talent."
‑ Eddie Harrison, The List
"No matter who you are, you'll probably prefer Twilight."
‑ ChloŽ Mclaren, Little White Lies
"Snappy editing helps sustain some pace, and Giles Alderson has charisma as the mysterious "Infurnari", but after a spell the interest sag is unstaunchable."
‑ Catherine Shoard, Guardian [UK]
"Requires patience, lacks sophistication and would be probably more suited for TV."
‑ Jennifer Tate, ViewLondon
"This micro-budget horror falls prey to its own low-fi construction, but more importantly, a real poverty of original ideas."
‑ Shaun Munro, What Culture
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