Directed by Jeremy Lovering
Adventurous couple Tom and Lucy set out for fun and romance, heading to a music festival in rural Ireland - but nothing prepares them for the sheer malevolence that lurks along the road up ahead. Despite having a hotel room booked, the couple faces a lonely night lost in the twisted country lane ways. Surrounded by dark woods, Lucy catches a glimpse of a masked man in the haunting unknown, setting forth an intense journey into the depths of desperation and despair.
Adventurous couple Tom and Lucy set out for fun and romance, heading to a music festival in rural Ireland - but nothing prepares them for the sheer malevolence that lurks along the road up ahead.
Cast: Iain De Caestecker, Alice Englert, Allen Leech, Jemma Powell
In Fear is quite distressing to watch, the plot is a bit hidden so most people blow it off as not much. The acting is MUCH better than you'd think for a film of this kind and it doesn't lack in the suspense and chills.
I watched this because I am literally watching all of Iain De Caestecker's shit, and wow huh. This wasn't super scary, but the beginning was unsettling, could tell the baddie had bad intentions right away. I have not had the need to punch something so much as i did after finishing this, not because it was bad, just because I was angry at how he died, it's such a terrible way to go and the fact the bastard made it so she'd do it, wow
Slow burn....a little boring to be honest.
Quite refreshing in the sense that it actually comes across as feeling rather realistic and unsettling (at least for the first half). I think personally it should have ended a bit sooner and that the rest of it was a bit unnecessary and screwy. But aside from that a decent watch for the majority.