The Dark Half Richard Dees is a reporter and he is a vampire because he works for a tabloid and earns his living by writing lurid stories and taking sordid pictures. Dees offers the young woman to join forces to hunt down the killer. How does the movie end? Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed aviaor In a very old textile mill with a serious rat stephem, the workers discover a horrifying secret deep in the basement. Merton Morrison Michael H. Renfield destroys his photographic film and forces him to drink a little of his stephwn, which gives Dees visions of all the victims coming back as zombies.
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Small-time Stephen King adaptation with a strong and rare lead performance by the late Miguel Ferrer, some grisly KNB effects, and a massacre of an ending with a twist.
Going up in them triggered migraines but I liked the atmosphere of the little airports themselves and the sense of autonomous travel they serviced. The Night Flier ably captures this feeling, along with late 20th Century trash tabloid journalism and the pleasure of plowing through Stephen King short story collections on trips with my family or over summer vacation when no one was mandating bedtime.
The plot is a twist on the common vampire story, and focuses on a cynical reporter on the trail of a serial killer that flies a plane at night. The film succeeds due to two key elements - a fascinating lead character and a constantly involving plotline that keeps you interested.
The lead performance from Miguel Ferrer is absolutely stellar, and he is helped by a smart script with some great lines. I say so because it progressed so well. Discover his identity? And when finally confronted by the killer, who speaks to the journalist from behind him, unseen, our journalist screams, "Show me who you are!
Show me your face!
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