When high school science teacher, Mr.Hill, convinces his student, Kerry Johnson, and a group of her friends to go on an overnight field trip, they find themselves face to face with the ... See full summary »
When high school science teacher, Mr.Hill, convinces his student, Kerry Johnson, and a group of her friends to go on an overnight field trip, they find themselves face to face with the darkest side of terror. Not even their worst nightmares will compare to what they encounter in the depths of the forest. Neither Mr.Hill nor sheriff could ever hope to save them from what lurks in the unknown. Written by
I am almost embarrassed to admit it, but I have to say that for the most part I really liked "Fear Runs Silent". While I agree that the storyline was confusing and incoherent, this did not make me enjoy it any less. The writer/director has an undeniable talent for this sort of thing, and I was suprised by how frightening this strange film really was. It goes without saying that this sort of thing is not for everyone, and anyone who goes looking for explicit violence or a typical horror-movie ending will be disappointed. Nevertheless, "Fear Runs Silent" manages to deliver much more in terms of atmosphere, suspense, and sheer creepiness than many better funded films, such as the recent "Thirteen Ghosts".
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