Darker Than Black: Volume Five 2009 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
A new and deadly breed of covert agent walks the streets. Known as Contractors, these assassins and spies wield bizarre supernatural powers to carry out the dirty work of others. One among these operatives is more mysterious than the rest – The masked killer BK201, the Black Reaper.
The rogue finds himself mired in a clash between many factions, on a battleground where faith and love can bring out the worst in a soul. The fate of his kind hangs in the balance, and the final act of war is being prepared. The Black Reaper will have to face the fact that his most hated rival could be his only hope.
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