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  (in credits order)
Craig Sabin ... Camden (as Robert C. Sabin)
Tommy Sweeney ... Randy
Peggy Crown ... Julie
Terry Spivey

Nelson Wakefield ... Burglar
J. Brandon Hill
Mary Hunter ... Specila vocal contributions
Derrick Caver ... Mugger

Rhonda Griffin ... Newscaster
Amanda Fraser ... Prostitute
Christopher Caver ... Pimp / Apartment Applicant
Joseph Fusco ... Drug Dealer
Denise Ruszczyk ... Sweet Thing
Melanie Mache ... Camden's Mother
Eric Mache ... Camden's Father
Jennifer Summerfield ... Randy's Mother
Greg Lamberson ... Randy's Father
Jaime Aponte ... Apartment Applicant
Javier Aponte ... Apartment Applicant
Rob Origlio ... Apartment Applicant
Thomas Burroughs ... Apartment Applicant
Andy Roth ... Apartment Applicant
Desire Ortiz ... 1-900 Easy Actress
Sharon Boney ... 1-900 Easy Actress
Melinda Clare ... 1-900 Easy Actress
Stephen Vasquez ... 1-900 Roar Actor
Allison Kleinberg ... 1-900 Roar Actress
Sydney Nice ... 1-900 Roar Actress
Jennifer Tourville ... 1-900 Real Actress
Shawn Tourville ... 1-900 Real Actor

Matthew Reese ... Extra
Brian Ulrich ... Extra
Adam Patro ... Extra
Helder Coelho ... Extra
Beesha ... Extra

Tamar Lamberson ... Additional Vocals

Directed by
Greg Lamberson 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Greg Lamberson  writer

Produced by
Robert Bonet .... associate producer
Greg Lamberson .... producer
Marc Makowski .... producer (as Marc J. Makowski)
Ed Walloga .... associate producer
Original Music by
Steven Brown  (as Steven 'Boogie' Brown)
Stephen Buckley 
The Mugger Mega Bugged 
Nelson Wakefield 
Cinematography by
Gene Davis (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Phil Gallo 
Makeup Department
Elizabeth Gonzalez .... hair stylist
Craig Lindberg .... makeup artist
Craig Lindberg .... special makeup effects artist
Production Management
Phil Gallo .... post-production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Ed Walloga .... assistant director
Art Department
Jaime Aponte .... set constructor
Javier Aponte .... set constructor
Nicole J. Federici .... art department
Eric Mache .... art department
Arnold Pleaver .... set constructor
Sound Department
Phil Gallo .... sound editor
Phil Gallo .... sound effects
Greg Lamberson .... sound effects
Marc Makowski .... sound effects
Tommy Sweeney .... stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Gene Davis .... assistant Steadicam
Stephen Singleton .... gaffer
Liam Walsh .... grip
Other crew
Joseph Fusco .... video: second unit
Phil Gallo .... video: second unit
Gerald J. Gold .... legal services
Eric Mache .... video: second unit
Jon Caceres .... special thanks
Donna Gallo .... special thanks
Madeline Makowski .... special thanks
Bruce Mello .... special thanks (as Bruce 'Tough Guy' Mello)
John Rosnell .... special thanks

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Additional Details

USA:79 min
Aspect Ratio:
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With a friend like this guy who needs enemies?, 26 November 2005
Author: reptilicus from Vancouver, Canada

With movies going straight to DVD pretty often these days the Midnight Movie may soon be a thing of the past. Too bad because that is right where this sort of movie belongs. Brought to us by Gregory Lamberson, who also gave us SLIME CITY (qv) this one offers us Camden, an agoraphobic man (Robert Sabin, who melted real good in SLIME CITY) who has inherited his dad's law firm. Camden has a pathological fear of crowds so he runs the business in absentia from his apartment. He lives by proxy, watching the world through a telescope that is pointed at the street and everything he needs is delivered to him by employees. Finally his doctor suggests he try to work through his psychosis by getting a roommate. The person he chooses is Randy (Tommy Sweeney) who seems decent enough but we soon learn he isn't.

Randy is partners with the guy who delivers Camden's groceries. Their plot is to break in, drug him and steal everything out of the house. Just when we think the movie is going in a certain direction we take an unexpected shift. As the robbery is starting Randy kills his partner and Camden, not knowing any better, thinks his new roomy is a hero.

So has Randy reformed? Are you kidding? A little later he offers some therapy of his own when he brings Camden a hooker. Alas, when the poor guy cannot perform Randy brutally kills the woman; and then even wastes her pimp who has been eying the apartment suspiciously. By now Camden is getting nervous (wouldn't you?) but when his lawyer tries to boot Randy out of the apartment guess what happens.

Now right about now you'd think romance would be pretty far from Camden's mind, right? Well just keep repeating "It's only a movie . . . only a movie . . . only a movie . . ." because Cam is fond of calling 900 numbers (insert a joke of your own choice here) and one night night he hooks up with Julie (Peggy Crow) who is just as lonely as he is. Their long distance relationship blossoms into a face to face meeting and begins to look like True Love. Ah, but what about Camden's deadly friend? Sorry, that would be telling! You can find out the rest for yourself.

Okay so the budget is low (mostly all we see is Camden's apartment and I suspect that was the actor's for real home) and gore effects are minimal. This is more a psychological drama than a terror film. The three principal characters all have problems but Randy is by far the worst; while Camden and Julie hope to find strength from each other Randy's inner demons have manifested into compulsive serial murders.

So is NAKED FEAR good? I would call it Fair. Is it a cult classic? no way! (Sorry Gregory) Is it worth seeing? Well, give it a try. Bring some friends over and pretend you are at a midnight screening on a college campus, that will probably help you to enjoy it more.

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