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A failed Director tries his luck in casting and producing a Feature Film which he wrote 'Le Fear'. He hires the worst Film crew and cast ever to walk this planet the outcome is catastrophic and produces a hilarious outcome.


Jason Croot


Jason Croot



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Kyri Saphiris ... Carlos
Spencer Austin Spencer Austin ... Leon
Lucinda Rhodes Thakrar ... Debbie D (as Lucinda Rhodes-Flaherty)
Ilona Saic Ilona Saic ... Gabby Le Fluer
Andre Nightingale Andre Nightingale ... Stuart (as Andre Samson)
Patrick Naughton Patrick Naughton ... Harry the Sparky
Fred Moss Fred Moss ... Larry Rothschild
Otis Samuels Otis Samuels ... Clapper AKA Tom the Clapper
Paul Knight ... Dave the Vampire
Dave Wiltshire Dave Wiltshire ... Jim the Werewolf
Nitin Ranpuria Nitin Ranpuria ... Rav
Nick Berwick Nick Berwick ... Trevor
Jason Cook Jason Cook ... Vincent
Meaw Davis Meaw Davis ... Pretty
Tony Resta ... Joey le Blanc


Carlos Revalos a 21 times Film Director embarks on his biggest Film yet 'Le Fear' a horror love story with a 3 million pound budget what can go wrong? Everything as Carlos hires the worst cast and crew ever to walk on this planet which makes the film a recipe for disaster. Larry Rothschild the executive producer on the film who was promised Brad Pitt which never happened, instead he got Leon the pompous Lead actor who walks off set time and time again. Debbie D the hysterical inexperienced glamor model who fluffs her lines over and over, the werewolf wearing a rain coat and who can't speak a word of English and the sparky who is color blind. Carlos has no control of any of them, this is Larry's first attempt at investing in a film and no doubt his last. Written by Jason Croot

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Comedy | Horror



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Release Date:

1 December 2010 (UK) See more »


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£1,900 (estimated)
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Shot on an ultra-low budget of less than £2,000, and filmed over the course of just three days. See more »


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My Review Of "Le Fear"
12 November 2014 | by ASouthernHorrorFanSee all my reviews

The concept and story are pretty simple in design, with shaky cam work documenting the whole experience of making an indie horror film from pre-production up to the final cut. Jason Croot creates a pretty fun experience for fans of Brit comedy. The writing is above low-budget, the acting is on point, and the characters feel authentic. Films that come to mind when watching "Le Fear" are "The Big Tease" and "In The Loop". Croot is among the few writers and directors that seems to have a knack for developing something great from the mundane and ordinary.

"Le Fear" does have moments when the characters fail to live up to the momentum created, mostly when stretching the scene fully out to top comic relief status. It doesn't happen with all the characters, and for most of the film the cast of characters are hilariously quirky, and honestly funny. Overall I was pleased with "Le Fear" and the ability for Jason Croot to create entertaining characters, direct the talent into performing with authenticity and a natural fluidity on camera. The chemistry is perfect and I found it impressive, the film feels like a higher budget film than it actually is.

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