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Then the Night Comes

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Then The Night Comes
Directed byMatt Spease
Rick Vyper
Produced byRick Vyper[1]
Screenplay byJohn Vasiliou
Story byMatt Spease
E. H. Jenkins
  • Holly Petty
  • Miracle Davis
  • Rick Vyper
  • Brandon Ferguson
  • Caitlyn Bailey
  • Daniel Ramme
  • Jade Michael LaFont
  • Jeried Offutt
  • Alix Lindbergh
  • Ryan Abbott
  • Tina M. Bateman
  • V. Duwane Ledbetter
  • Buddy Campbell
  • Phil Giourousis
Music byMike Hall
CinematographyMatt Spease
Edited by
  • Matt Spease
Dark Night Films
Distributed byDark Night Films
Release date
  • October 29, 2018 (2018-10-29) (Conway)
  • October 30, 2018 (2018-10-30) (United States)
CountryUnited States

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Then The Night Comes is an upcoming American horror film based on an idea by E. H. Jenkins, produced and distributed by Dark Night Films. The film is directed by Matt Spease, with a screenplay by John Vasiliou, and features an ensemble cast including Holly Petty, Miracle Davis, Rick Vyper, Brandon Ferguson, Caitlyn Bailey, Daniel Ramme, Jade Michael LaFont, Jeried Offutt, Alix Lindbergh, Ryan Abbott, Tina M. Bateman, V. Duwane Ledbetter, Buddy Campbell, Phil Giourousis, among other actors in previous Dark Night films.

The film was announced in October 2013 as Then The Night Comes. Matt Spease came on board to direct in 2016 and signed on to write the script for the film. Filming began in October 2017 in Ward, Arkansas, and lasted until March 2018.

Then The Night Comes is scheduled to have its premiere on October 29, 2018, in Conway, and is scheduled to be released in the United States on October 30, 2018.


A psychopathic killer is on the loose dressed in a grim reaper robe and a skull mask. At first, the kills seem at random. But as the police investigate further, one girl seems to be the link between the killings and the victims, they start to believe she could be the killer. But many likely suspects and red herrings make a complicated case. Death strikes, Then The Night Comes.[2][3]


  • Holly Petty as Julie O'Donnell
  • Miracle Davis as Kate Christian
  • Rick Vyper as Sheriff Hagan
  • Brandon Ferguson as Christopher Moore
  • Caitlin Bailey as JoAnn
  • Daniel Ramme as Tommy
  • Jade Michael LaFont as Brandon O'Donnell
  • Jeried Offut as Jason
  • Alix Lindbergh as Deputy Frasier
  • Ryan Abbott as Deputy Simmons
  • Tina M. Bateman as Ginny O'Donnell
  • V. Duwane Ledbetter as Paul O'Donnell
  • Buddy Campbell as Doctor Elliott Goldberg
  • Phil Giourousis as Rod Cox
  • Micah Hawthorn as Felicia
  • Hailee Mason as Ashley
  • Emily McClendon as Tiffany


Pre-production and Writing[edit]

The film was first announced in the fall of 2017, with Olivia Snider attached to star. When the actress was not available to portray the main character Julie, the role was recast to Holly Petty. Charlie Spease, the original Paul O'Donnell had to be replaced due to his death on December 28, 2017. Charlie Spease was Matt's father and supporter of his work, often playing key roles.


"I couldn't be happier with it...It just feels so good to bring the reaper to life."

– Director Matt Spease on shooting the film.[4]

Principle photography began March 2018, in Ward, Arkansas with the confirmed involvement of the cast in March.[5][3][6]


In 2017, Mike Hall, who composed the score for previous Dark Night Films, was revealed to be returning to score Then the Night Comes.


To promote the film, Director Matt Spease spoke in videos to highlight cast, production, and props. Behind the scences footage is featured on the film's official facebook page.[7][3][8]


  1. "Live Videos". Facebook. Matt Spease. Retrieved 27 March 2018.
  2. "Then The Night Comes". Dark Night Films. Retrieved 27 March 2018.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 "Then The Night Comes". IMDB. Retrieved 27 March 2018.
  4. "Live Videos". Facebook. Matt Spease. Retrieved 27 March 2018.
  5. "Live Videos". Facebook. Retrieved 27 March 2018.
  6. "FacebookPage". Facebook. Matt Spease. Retrieved 27 March 2018.
  7. "Matt Spease". Facebook. Retrieved 27 March 2018.
  8. "Then The Night Comes". Facebook. Matt Spease. Retrieved 27 March 2018.

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