Nothing Left to Fear 2013

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A family's journey toward a better life is interrupted by an unstable man of the cloth.

Starring:
Anne Heche, James Tupper
Rental Formats:
DVD, Blu-ray

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  • Feature ages_15_and_over
Runtime 1 hour 36 minutes
Starring Anne Heche, James Tupper, Ethan Peck
Director Anthony Leonardi Iii
Genres Horror
Studio Starz
Rental release 17 February 2014
Main languages English
Discs
  • Feature ages_15_and_over
Runtime 1 hour 36 minutes
Starring Anne Heche, James Tupper, Ethan Peck
Director Anthony Leonardi Iii
Genres Horror
Studio Starz
Rental release 17 February 2014
Main languages English

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Matt James on 2 Mar 2014
Format: Blu-ray
I dont normally bother writing negative reviews, but felt compelled to do so as I wasted 10.00 of my own money on this utter rubbish! I try not to pay attention to reviews too much when purchasing, and the general consensus for this wasn't too bad.
I am really into the darker side of horror but this was so bad from the acting, to the plot, to the tension (or lack of it) to the effects and complete unoriginality. Nothing happens for the first hour and when it does its not even in the slightest bit creepy...please avoid this at all costs, I was extremely disappointed! if you want to watch a decent slow burn/atmospheric horror then go for the fantastic Lords of Salem!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By K. Daniels on 29 Jan 2014
Format: DVD
As a fan of Guns N Roses as well as Slash's recent solo work, I was intrigued to see how he would do in the world of movies. His new song, Nothing Left To Fear is wonderfully atmospheric, depressing and dark and that's exactly what's captured so brilliantly in the film.

Following a family as they move to a new, 'quiet' town, things aren't quite right. Something is very, very wrong. Similar to the original Wicker Man film, there's an inescapable sense of dread and of doom, that something terrifying is coming and that there's nothing that the family can do about it - you're always on the edge of your seat! The townsfolk are you typical horror movie religious nuts who are all keeping a sinister secret between them. Building up to an intense climax, Nothing Left To Fear keeps the momentum going and bursts with a fantastically scary finale!

Top stuff! I can't wait to see more from Slash now - bring it on!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Parmo72 on 16 Jan 2014
Format: DVD
I managed to see this in LA, It has many great aspects for a horror film - great soundtrack from SLASH (Guns & Roses) A great mood is created, and the mystery involving the townspeople is compelling, leading up to a visually disturbing finale. Inspired by the "Legend of Stull" gives this film a genuine starting point.
My view is that it's better than Mama which takes you on a similar journey but does not deliver a great ending or any real shocks!
The cast is great and Rebekah Brandes stands out in her role as Rebecca, while Clancy Brown delivers a suitably despicable villain. I found the film to lean on the main horror twists and some hard-core horror fans might see them coming, but overall I didn't feel disappointed! Great horror film and a better than average ending! Well worth checking out.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Funny guy on 16 Jan 2014
Format: DVD
Really well made creepy horror film with a good ensemble cast, top notch SFX and some genuinely spine-chilling moments.
A little more esoteric than your standard goreno horror, this has intelligence and more is in your own mind than on the screen.
I'll be buying this one.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A. Griffiths on 14 Dec 2013
Format: DVD
Well there's not much new here. "Nothing Left To Fear" tells a fairly silly story of a small town with a deadly secret, and when a new pastor and his family arrive they get tangled up in a web of kidnapping, blood sacrifice and possession.

There are spoilers in this review.

The first 15 minutes or so will give you a hint of what's to come...one of the characters has a nightmare in which a woman appears and in a "surprise shock" effect, the woman's eyes turn to sunken black and her mouth gapes open, also black. Oh, really, give me a break... This effect has been recycled and recycled in horror movies now for almost a decade, and it's really time some new ideas surfaced. Anyway, the family start to realise something is wrong, but they take their sweet time about it, and it's unsurprising to see that they are soon at the mercy of the entire town and their terrible secret rite that has been planned all along. The secret rite itself really doesn't make a lot of sense, and what made me laugh at first is that the rite is done twice, once to unleash a horrible evil, and then repeated at some arbitrary point later in the film, this time to seal the evil back up again. Umm...wouldn't it have saved time just not to do the secret rite at all? Like, ever? Ok, I assume that without the secret rites being done at all, something far worse would go on, but there's no sense of what this might be, the script just makes the townsfolk in to cheerless bystanders and the main "bad guys" into characterless goons.

The lame script doesn't really help. Dozens of horror movie standard scenes are poured into the mix. Chase scenes where characters don't do anything logical that would actually result in them getting away, like driving out of town.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By The Movie Guy TOP 500 REVIEWER on 11 Oct 2013
Format: Blu-ray
Pastor Dan (James Tupper) and his family move to the small town of Stahl(?). It is a quaint town but seems slightly odd. Rebecca (Rebekah Brandes) the token eye candy daughter has nightmares and develops a liking for Noah (Ethan Peck) the son of the out going preacher (Clancy Brown). You know the town has a secret and at some point it has a nice eerie Thomas Tryon feel to it.

The ending was fairly decent, put the film didn't come together. The events in the film didn't tie into anything, it just happened because that was the way things should happen. The acting was decent. The film took time to develop character, perhaps a bit too much at the expense of a decent horror scene. There are ways to build character quickly and effectively. The scenes were good, but collectively the story fell.

Will make for an acceptable rental. I believe this will be part of a multi-pack in a year or so.

Parental Guide: F-bomb. No sex or nudity.
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