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 ... See full summary »

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Jessica Moreau
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Jack Hays
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Detective Webber
Dean Goodman ...
William Tarr
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Catherine Tarr
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Detective William Wu
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Jonathan Prince ...
Colin Hart
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Leonard Scott Levy
Don Hood ...
Holcomb
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Inez Villanueva
Raina Manuel ...
Salesgirl (Mall Victim)
Helen Brown ...
Agnes Reardon
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Stewardess (as Cyndi Strittmatter)
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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 Adams Douglas <adamsd@cts.com>

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Your First Impulse Your Last Sensation

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Mystery | Thriller

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15 July 1990 (USA)  »

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Agente Oculto  »

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Quotes

Cayce Bridges: [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...
Detective Webber: [uneasy] What else?
Cayce Bridges: 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...
Detective Webber: [scared cutting her off] Can you see a TV?
Cayce Bridges: Yeah.
Detective Webber: With a trophy... a football trophy?
Cayce Bridges: Yeah.
Detective Webber: [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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Predictable, yes, but thrilling just the same
8 April 2000 | by (Washington, DC) – See all my reviews

As soon as the movie begins, we know how it's going to end. And yet "Fear" stays captivating the whole time. What makes it so interesting is the exploration of human emotion: the use of fear as a tool of communication. Yes, this is a movie about psychics and psychopaths, but it's also a movie about exploring the depth of human understanding.


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