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Rapid Fear (2004)

Six teenage criminals and a hardened, recently released ex-con are given a shot at rehabilitation under unusual circumstances in RAPID FEAR. The seven scoundrels are dumped in a forest, and... See full summary »

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Detective Tremaine
Peter Kent ...
James Storer
Craig Marriott ...
Joel
Dragista Derbert ...
Liz
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Nick Morelli
Belle Shootingstar ...
Daisy
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Bree Dennis
Vanja Matula ...
Toby
Remi Broadway ...
Callum Kennedy
Erich Thrill ...
Bailey
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Wilson
Avelino 'El Rico' Lescot ...
Smart (as Rico Rameka Lescot)
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Val Beattie
Geoff Cox
John D'Amico
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Six teenage criminals and a hardened, recently released ex-con are given a shot at rehabilitation under unusual circumstances in RAPID FEAR. The seven scoundrels are dumped in a forest, and the older man has to lead the six youngsters to safety, teaching them all a lesson in the process. But a strange presence lurks in the woods and may prevent them from leaving at all. Written by Anon.

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Rated R for language | See all certifications »
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Descente infernale  »

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AUD 1,000,000 (estimated)
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Don't rush out and buy this!
13 July 2011 | by (Oxford, UK) – See all my reviews

I picked up Rapid Fear (released in the UK as White Panic) for a quid (£1) at my local supermarket, which was a pretty fair price on reflection. It's rather formulaic in showing terrified teenagers being picked off one by one by some unseen foe while trekking through the forest, and how a bunch of delinquents are forced to co-operate and come through the ordeal as better people. OK to fill an evening when there's nothing else worth watching, I suppose. There are some anomalies too, for instance, it's clearly supposed to be set in America (the opening bank sequence shows US dollars being loaded into a bag, and most of the accents are American), but the vehicles are right-hand drive, because the film was produced and shot in Australia. One plus point is the attractive and delightfully named actress Belle Shootingstar. (Co-star Dragista Derbert also has a cool name!)


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