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Psychic Cayce Bridges helps police solve murders by mentally linking with the murderer. Then she discovers a murderer with the same talent - who wants to share the fear of his victims with her. Written by
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[watching through the minds of the shadow man]
In the fridge there's left over pizza and a cup... some kind of kid's cup...
In the living room there toys scattered over the floor... there's a baseball in one of those display thing's on the coffee table...
[scared cutting her off]
Can you see a TV?
With a trophy... a football trophy?
[in full realization]
He's in my house... the son of a bitch is in my house. The kids will be home any minute.
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Movies like this one are sold here as German-dubbed video cassettes so cheap you practically can't refuse to buy them. Fear" was a pleasant surprise, a psycho (or rather psychic) thriller with clear references to several Hitchcock movies and also reminiscent of Italian giallos. All the elements are there: the suspense, dream sequences, absurd humorous situations, innocent victims and many people who don't believe what you tell them, however hard you try. The story is simple but it works. And there is an excellent, beautifully filmed finale on a fairground (remember Strangers on a Train?"). The biggest treat is Pruitt Taylor Vince as the psychopath killer who sees the tables turned on him. What a talent! Why, why, why doesn't he get more and bigger roles??
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