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From the psychopathic, Christopher Lambert-bothering Kurgan in Highlander to tyrannical prison warden Byran Hadley in The Shawshank Redemption through to new recruit-maiming drill sergeant Zim in Starship Troopers, it's safe to say that I am one of the many movie fans who have more than just a handful of favourite Clancy Brown roles.
Brown joins an impressive cast that includes Anne Heche and James Tupper for Nothing Left To Fear, the first horror film to come from former Guns 'N' Roses guitarist Slash's production company 'Slasher Films'. Akin to Seventies horror classics The Wicker Man and Rosemary's Baby, Anthony Leonardi III's debut feature channels fears of the occult, secret societies and the supernatural with a modern twist.
We snapped up the chance to get the first word from Clancy himself on his latest role as the ominous Pastor Kingsman, head of a mysterious Baptist church »
- Aaron Williams
Director: Anthony Leonardi III,
Running Time: 100 Minutes
Nothling Left To Fear boasts Slash, of Guns ‘N’ Roses fame, as one of its producers, but this seems to be the most exciting part about this fairly solid yet run of the mill horror. A pastor (Tupper) and his family move to a new town to relieve the current pastor (Brown) of his duties. The religious and waelcoming community isn’t all it appears to be though, and the family may very well be in great danger.
The story sounds very familiar, but at least it also removes a lot of the formulaic nonsense from its script, making it a much tighter affair. You would imagine the kids object to the move as well as bickering a lot, with a teenage rebel of a daughter and the like, »
- Luke Ryan Baldock
Nothing Left to Fear is the first terrific terror tale from Slasher Films (founded by Guns N’ Roses rock legend/horror nut Slash), directed by Gore Verbinski’s visionary protégé Anthony Leonardi III. The film stars James Tupper and Anne Heche as the new pastor and his wife who arrive in Stull, Kansas, with their three kids hoping for an idyllic country life. At first the town and its people look like being the answer to their prayers, but then the supposedly retiring pastor Clancy Brown puts into motion an ancient ritual that unleashes a demonic fury. For Stull is one of the seven gateways to Hell and its inhabitants must quell the Beast who rises to walk the Earth at all bloody costs.
- Phil Wheat
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