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Into The Dark: All That We Destroy (Review)

How far can a mother’s unconditional love for her child go? Well, this month’s Mother’s Day episode (directed by follow link https://www.platinumed.com/mentrial/mail-order-viagra/29/ https://heystamford.com/writing/writing-an-essay-help/8/ http://belltower.mtaloy.edu/studies/anatomy-and-physiology-case-study-help/20/ https://thejeffreyfoundation.org/newsletter/how-to-write-a-research-paper-in-a-day/17/ https://homemods.org/usc/language-and-identity-essay/46/ custom content writers sites usa customtermpaperhelp com compare cialis levitra online world war ii essay persuasive topics buy paper adelaide sample debate paper outline topical order essay how to write an argumentative research paper cheap unisom custom essays writing https://web.ics.purdue.edu/~asub/?doc=extended-essay-title-page-samples go site source url 3 viagra dosage great gatsby research paper topics top undergraduate creative writing programs enter thesis binders cambridge uk https://www.platinumed.com/mentrial/buy-metformin-online/29/ do my physics homework popular creative essay ghostwriter websites gb argumentative essay plan what is poverty essay see url Chelsea Stardust) of the Into the Dark horror anthology shows how far one mother will go to help her son, even as far as helping him with his urges on murder.

All That We Destroy takes us into the life of Victoria (Samantha MathisAmerican Psycho, The Punisher) a geneticist who creates a group of clones for her son Spencer (Israel BroussardThe Bling Ring, Happy Death Day, Happy Death Day 2U) in hopes that it will cure him of his serial killer tendencies. 

The episode starts with a girl named Ashley (Aurora PerrineauTruth or Dare, Passengers) who is unconscious and getting cleaned up and dressed for Spencer’s arrival. She wakes up in a room with Spencer, (we are unaware of the connection between the two) still in a confusing state, she tries to come through when Spencer starts to strangle her and bash her head. That’s okay; I didn’t see that one coming either.

Ashley wakes up, and the process continues over and over again. This is an experiment that was started by Spencer’s mother. As a mother, you want your child to be all that they could be and succeed in life; a serial killer as her son is not what Victoria envisioned.

Victoria isn’t living an ordinary life of a mother; she’s living a nightmare knowing that her son is a serial killer, she is going above and beyond to try to fix it by creating clones to help his “cravings.” 

Spencer comes into contact with his bubbly neighbor Marissa (Dora Madison) and starts doing things like helping her carry boxes in the house for her and showcasing his artistic abilities by drawing her. It seems like he is trying to maintain some “normalcy” in his life, but Victoria doesn’t have it. She tries to hide him and who he is so that no one else around him will see their fate. Marissa will find out soon enough. 

This episode in this series is superb, along with the acting. It was cringe-worthy at times, only because you knew why Victoria went through the lengths she did. Any mother may do the same if given that chance, or some may not.

Check out the trailer below and make sure to watch this with your mother on Mother’s Day. ⬇️⬇️

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