The only thing to fear is fear itself, so be prepared to be very afraid in the new psychological horror film Fear.
Fear is set to be released on January 27, 2023, but ahead of the film’s release, you can watch the official trailer for Fear, which proves that there’s no need to go looking for the things that scare you because this time your fears are coming for you.
Let’s take a look at the trailer for Hidden Empire’s forthcoming psychological horror film Fear. After surviving a pandemic, a group of friends join together at a faraway, historic hotel called “Historic Strawberry Lodge” for a much-needed weekend break.
The first scene of the trailer depicts a man being restrained on a stretcher while another individual, who is concealed behind a mask and is armed with a bone saw, gets ready to inflict unspeakable horrors upon him.
We get a brief glimpse of the unwanted surgery before cutting to a shot of the hotel, where a group of friends admit their deepest, darkest fears to one another.
In the promotional video for the upcoming horror film, Fear, some of the things that people are terrified of include being confined in a tight space, drowning, and even seeing blood.
Trapped in this isolated hotel the inhabitants soon find that their minds have begun to play tricks on them, causing them to start to lose their grip on reality and forcing them to face their fears in a waking nightmare.
At the very end of the trailer, we get a few quick glimpses of the carnage that their anxieties have begun to wreak upon them.
Are you afraid? Don’t worry, you will be.
This January your fears are coming. You can’t run, you can’t hide, you can only die.
A weekend of much-needed rest and celebration is ruined by the spread of a deadly virus.
Fear is an American film that was produced and directed by Deon Taylor, an American filmmaker, and producer who has previously helmed the films Dead Tone, The Hustle, Nite Tales: The Movie, Chain Letter, Supremacy, Meet the Blacks, Traffik, The Intruder, Black and Blue, Fatale, and Meet the Blacks 2.
Both Deon Taylor and John Ferry contributed to the writing of the screenplay. Roxanne Avent Taylor, Omar Joseph, Heather Kritzer, and Deon Taylor are responsible for the show’s production. Produced by Hidden Empire Films in collaboration with Bach Enterprises. Later on this month, Hidden Empire Films will make the debut of Deon Taylor’s Fear in theaters all throughout the country beginning on January 27th, 2023.
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