June 11th, 2016

Draconis Blackthorne, shadowgram, Dracomet

Deathtime: The Night Stalker

Another actor would have been a better choice. Phillips does not look like Ramirez, but it remains to be seen if he will be able to deliver the intensity necessary to present a full deadly depiction. Still, this may prove to be quite entertaining nonetheless, as it is styled in the manner of Silence of The Lambs in the sense of an attractive journalist interviewing the serial killer about his infamous exploits.

Plus, the film would have been better released on 6/6-7/16, both a date of The Beast AND the 'Reign In Hell' date {as DAM|EN should have for that matter!}. So it will air on the Lifetime channel on 6/12, instead of the 13th, of course, and saw a limited theater release on June 4th, a mere 2 days from the 666 Decennial. TIMING. ∞



* Update 6/16/16: Now after having viewed this psychological thriller presentation on a more appropriate date, it was actually pleasantly surprising being one of the better current films of its kind. Phillips did actually deliver an intense depiction, along with certain preferential particulars {like no gold as well as respectably no mention of the nazarene in his presence}, as did an intelligently alluring Young. It was a novel idea that worked very well, and ranks the best docudrama of the films on the subject thusfar. ∞