A composer, working in isolation on a score for a horror movie meets two women who used to know his house's former tenant. When the women disappear, he's forced to look into the film he's working on to determine what happened to them, and who's responsible.
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When the lights go out, the knife goes in.
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Did You Know?
A Blade in the Dark has a number of reoccurring motifs in its chilling music score: most notably the shrill note of a glass armonica whenever the box cutter or a knife appears on screen. See more
Near the beginning of the movie the blade is seen cutting an adult magazine across the woman's right breast (from our point of view). Shortly afterwards when the composer examines the mysterious cuts in the magazine the slice marks appear across the left breast (from our point of view). See more
The Anchor Bay release titled "A Blade in the Dark" is the complete, uncut version of the film, containing all the violence and gore. See more
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