Take one nubile couple, add a car, some yokels and the creepiest forest since Joss Whedon found that cabin in the woods, and you’ve got the recipe for Jeremy Lovering’s chilling In Fear. If it sounds like you’ve been here before, then maybe that’s the point. Taking the most basic horror staples then boiling them down even further, there are no post-modern winks, nudges or nods here; just plain old-fashioned scares, built on atmosphere alone.  Read More...


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