PART 2 OF THE "BLACK ROSE KILLER TRILOGY"
ORDER FEAR OF THE DARK
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Own the version that they didn't want you to see!!
Now you can own the version of Fear of the Dark that the Putnam County Film and Video Festival (Merit Award for "Storytelling in a Narrative Feature") said was "too intense and too shockingly realistic" and almost banned from the festival. This is the version featuring the infamous disembowelment and gerbil smashing scenes. With coverage in Fangoria magazine, the New York Times, and Cinescape online, this is a must see movie.
Follow Alice as she spirals into insanity. Twenty years ago it began with the killing rampage of the Black Rose Killer. No one could stop him. After having barely escaped his clutches, Alice spent the next twenty years moving from foster home to foster home and in and out of psychiatric institutions. Now, one week before the twentieth anniversary of her parents murder, the killing spree begins again. Alice believes that the killer is coming back for her. She sees him even when she's not asleep. Has he come back for her or is it all in her mind? Find out the chilling answer in Fear of the Dark. Sleep with the lights on or you'll never sleep again!
Logan DeSisto, FANGORIA.COM
"The movie gets the star treatment this time around. Everything is superior in this version, from the opening sequence to the credits. The special FX are what truly make this film worth watching. It is an all-around entertaining experience." - Fangoria
Paul Pritchard, PULPMOVIES.COM
“Fear of the Dark is an excellent horror film about fear, paranoia and insanity and one that will hold your attention from the opening scenes to the closing credits.”
Allen Richards, B-INDEPENDENT.COM
“Fear of the Dark is pure story-driven horror encased in the confines of raging insanity.”
Mike Mars, WORCESTER ROCKS (WORC 1310 AM)
“Fear of the Dark packs enough ghoulish eye candy to please even the most jaded of horror fans.”
Andrew Shearer, GONZORIFFIC MOVIE REVIEWS
“The complex and interesting story kept me in the moment and never took me out.”
Betty Jo Tucker, REELTALK REVIEWS
“Fear of the Dark contains enough scary moments to satisfy many horror film fanatics. It reinforced my childish need to keep at least one light on every night.”
Al Vermette, BLOOD MOON RISING MAGAZINE
“Watch out, Freddy and Jason…there’s someone new in town.”
The Hitman, HORROR TALK
“Glen Baisley has succeeded in fashioning an enjoyable horror mystery and offering an intriguing glimpse of what his Light & Dark Productions may become.”
Paul Bistoff, MONSTERS AT PLAY
“Rosemary Gore’s performance is at times riveting. We witness a woman’s fall into the grips of fear and during these scenes it feels all too realistic.”
Miguel Coyula, MICRO CINEMA SCENE
“Reminiscent of the Stendhal Syndrome... A few scenes stand out from the usual slasher fare. One of them goes into the bizarre territory of necrophilia.”
New Special Edition DVD Features:
Commentary Chaos - Cast and Crew Commentary
The World of Light and Dark
Original Title Sequence
Extended and Alternate Endings
Extended Scenes and Deleted Scenes
Behind the Scenes Bloopers
Photo Gallery with Sal Sirchia performing “What You Do In The Dark” and “The Devil’s Tango”
Fear of the Dark: Things That Go Bump in the Night and Other Fun Stuff
Order Fear of the Dark on from Brain Damage Films.
Light & Dark Productions
Checks and money orders must be made payable to Glen Baisley.
Please add 8.6% sales tax to your order for NY state residents.
Please allow 1-2 weeks for delivery.
This movie contains graphic violence, nudity and adult language. It may not be suitable for all audiences and is not recommended for children under 17.
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