It's interesting that we don't see Bill Lord or Jim Davidson in any of the other films.
You can watch it for a while, and you never see them. And Oswald is about to walk his Green Mile. Notice also that it isn't that dark. It's pretty well lit-up. Right? So, why is Davidson's film so dark?
At times, it turns practically black. How come? The inside was lit-up. The garage was well lit. Why so dark?
And it was the same way when they returned to the garage for Oswald's departure.
Why was it so dark? I'll tell you why. It was because of the evil. The evil, the evil, the evil, the evil, the evil.