A crew of people are assembled to enter places of notoriety that are supposedly haunted from a violent history. If those people succeed in their mission, they'll win a big cash prize.
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Blair Witch Project meets Survivor... Six contestants, armed only with cameras and ghost hunting equipment explore purportedly haunted places in order to determine if supernatural activity is present. They must complete dares in order to win cash prizes. If they fail, they are eliminated. Sound easy? "Fear" is never that simple, especially when you factor in those disembodied footfalls, and shadows that only appear on infrared. Reality TV at its most frightening. Written by TheGods

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The show brought several innovations to the reality show genre, including having contestants film their own experience as no video crew followed them into the 'haunted' locations, use of night vision cameras, and use of body mounted cameras to have contestants film their own close-ups. See more »

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Christina: Tell me where the hell I'm going... or the heaven.
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Followed by Faces of Fear (2001) See more »

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I loved MTVs Fear. I don't care if it was real or not. And I don't care if it ripped off the Blair Witch Project. For some reason after 9-11, my interest in things that had previously scared me began to grow, from roller coasters to scary movies. Sadly the "scary movie" as such is in terrible shape. If I see one more ghost that can't rest until it's murder is solved, I'm going to strangle it myself.

But MTVs Fear always gave me the chills. They found atmospheric locations with legitimately creepy vibes and proceed to creep the kids out who played the game. Ostensibly there was no cameraman or crew except the players of the game. (Each participant wore a helmet that filmed both what they were viewing and their reaction to it.)

The episode where the girl goes to the children's ward of a hospital and a ball moves across the floor in a "U" shaped path scared the crap out of me. After some episodes I would walk around my place and turn every light on. Soooo creepy.


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