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The Fear (1995)

R | | Horror | 20 January 1995 (USA)
A weekend group goes to a remote cabin for "fear therapy". While each person is working to conquer their worst fears, they all become terrorized by a living monster made of wood which ... See full summary »

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Eddie Bowz ...
Richard
Heather Medway ...
Ashley
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Leslie
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Uncle Pete
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Troy
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Tanya
Antonio Lewis Todd ...
Gerald (as Antonio Todd)
Leland Hayward III ...
Vance
Monique Mannen ...
Mindy
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Morty
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Dr. Arnold
Hunter Bedrosian ...
Young Richard
Rebecca Baldwin ...
Rose
Gregory Littman ...
Claude (as Greg Littman)
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Becky
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A weekend group goes to a remote cabin for "fear therapy". While each person is working to conquer their worst fears, they all become terrorized by a living monster made of wood which stalks each of them in turn. Written by John sacksteder <jsack@ka.net>

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He's whatever scares you the most

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Final film of Vince Edwards. See more »

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Little girl: [In the closing scene of the movie, a group of children are playing, when their soccer balls rolls over towards the edge of a lake, a girl goes over to retrieve it only to find Morty who has emerged from the water] Are you a good person or a bad person?
[Ominous pause as we wait to see what Morty will do, considering what has just transpired, finally Morty kindly passes the ball back to the girl]
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Before the opening credits, a title card presents a quote from Elbert Hubbard, "There is no devil but fear." See more »

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Followed by The Fear: Resurrection (1999) See more »

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Disney's "Pinocchio" was scarier…
2 September 2005 | by See all my reviews

Nice try…but that's about the only positive thing you can say about this lackluster attempt to blend psychological thriller with eerie horror monsters. The script desperately tries to be intelligent and innovating but the result is a very poor and tedious movie, even for the already low 90's standards. The story handles about an overly ambitious psychology student who motivates a clique of people to go on a mountain-weekend where he'll finish his thesis about phobias. The point is that all the participants get over their fears by talking about them and, in the meantime, our college boy can process his own childhood trauma. Upon arrival, everyone's fear comes to life in the shape of a life-size wooden dummy. Of course the puppet means trouble! It's made by Indians…it's always the Indians with their spiritual evils, I tell you!! This movie takes itself way too seriously and the makers actually seem to believe that the subject matter is deep and complex! It's not! It's more than obvious that every character hides one of several dark secrets and the viewer figures them all out long before they reveal the "truth" themselves. I've rarely seen a movie so predictable than "The Fear". The story gets more and more annoying near the end and, the more clever it tries to be, the more ridiculous it all looks. The wooden "evil personified" dummy isn't very impressive and the squeaky stretching-sounds he constantly makes aren't my idea of eerie sound effects. Pinocchio actually was a lot scarier…at least he could do tricks with his nose. The acting performances are forgettable, even though I'm sure the guy who came up with the idea to offer Wes Craven a small role is very proud of himself. In case you're looking for some really unsettling evil-dummy horror movies, check out "Pin" (brilliant but disgracefully underrated 80's thriller) and "Magic" (staring a young Anthony Hopkins".


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