Rent Worst Fears (2016)

2.4 of 5 from 5 ratings
1h 31min
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Synopsis:
Our fears are usually worse than the reality - but not always. Sometimes, things are even worse than we fear. Seven nightmarish tales from legendary British horror film writer and producer David McGillivray: collaborator with Pete Walker and Norman J. Warren, and the fiendish screenwriter behind 'House of Whipcord', 'Frightmare', 'House of Mortal Sin', 'Schizo', 'Satan's Slave' and 'Terro'r. For the first time and featuring all-new material, "Worst Fears" is in the blood-soaked tradition of classic Hammer and Amicus anthologies, with a dash of BBC 'Ghost Stories' and 'Tales of the Unexpected'. Includes the award-winning 'In The Place of the Dead'.
Filmed on location in Marrakech, Lisbon, Nice and London.
Actors:
, , , Nicola Cussons, , , , Ali Drissizouakke, , , , , Emily Kirkpatrick, Emily Pennant-Rea, Celia Williams, , Chakir Denyaoui, Alva Semple, Badr al Moudan,
Directors:
Keith Claxton
Producers:
David McGillivray
Studio:
Nucleus Films
Genres:
British Films, Horror
Countries:
UK
BBFC:
Release Date:
05/09/2016
Run Time:
91 minutes
Languages:
English
Subtitles:
None
DVD Regions:
Region 0 (All)
Formats:
Pal
Colour:
Colour
Bonus:
  • 'Facing His Fears - Interview' (30 mins) - A sew interview with producer and writer David McGillivray, talking candidly about the ideas behind the stories and their journey from page to screen
  • 'Horror Icon" (30 mins) - The never-before-seen documentary feature on the making of Worst Fears, edited and completed by Nucleus Rims' in 2016
  • "Being Iconic" (4 mins)
  • "Horror Icon" - Blooper Reel (6 mins)
  • Trailer
  • Collectors Booklet
  • New Artwork by cult horror artist Graham Humphreys

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Reviews (1) of Worst Fears

Ropey Horror - Worst Fears review by TR

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17/10/2018

Stilted, wooden acting in this Hammer-Lite portmanteau of tales. Tries to be darkly comic, fails miserably, and ends up coming across as more amateurish than a village hall production, and a bigoted, prejudiced village at that.

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