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In Fear of - Season 1

USA 2012
produced by
Scott W.Perry, Jeremiah Kipp, Michael Polizzi (episode Selenophobia only)
directed by Scott W.Perry (episodes Monophobia, Thanatophobia, Achluophobia), Jeremiah Kipp (episodes Podophobia, Apehephobia), Mike Polizzi (episode Selenophobia)
starring episode Monophobia: Debbie Rochon, David Marancik; Podophobia: Xiomara Cintron, Alejandro Santoni, Estefania Torres, Alden Etra, Cole Bruno Nelson; Selehophobia: Louisa Ward, Mike Lane; Thanatophobia: Suzi Lorraine, Damien Colletti; Apehephobia: Kelly Rae LeGault; Achluophobia: Raine Brown
written by Debbie Rochon, David Marancik, Scott W.Perry (episode Monophobia); Jeremiah Kipp (episodes Podophobia, Apehephobia); Mike Polizzi (episode Selenophobia); Scott W.Perry (episodes Thanatophobia, Achluophobia), series created by Scott W.Perry, music by Mike Polizzi, Barbara J.Weber

In Fear of

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Six shorts covering some of the more and less well-known phobias out there:

  • Monophobia (the fear of being alone): A woman (Debbie Rochon) has met a younger man (David Maranczik) via a dating site - and while he senses they're not made for each other from square one, she can be quite insistant ... even if that means killing him ...
  • Podophobia (the fear of feet): When during foreplay her lover touches her feet, a woman completely freaks out ... and it might have to do with foot torture she experienced in her childhood.
  • Selenophobia (fear of the moon): A woman is afraid of the full moon. Now why would that be? ... except if she's a ...
  • Thanatophobia (fear of death): After a night of heavy partying, a woman awakes in a cemetary - only "awake" might not be the exactly right word here ...
  • Apehephobia (fear of being touched): A rather lyrical vignette about a woman (Kelly Rae LeGault) who's pretty much swimming in a sea of hands growing to hate them touching her.
  • Achluophobia (fear of the dark): A woman's terribly afraid of the dark - so during a blackout one night, she lights every candle in the house - but who is blowing out all her candles?

Well, how could a webseries like this go wrong (and it didn't of course): 3 gifted directors let loose on 6 rather less-known phobias. Sure, it's all done on a budget, but otherwise, the filmmakers seem to have been given rather free reign in terms of approach and the like - so Jeremiah Kipp's two films are quite impressive moodpieces with very little narration, Mike Polizzi is giving a new spin to an age-old genre, and show mastermind Scott W.Perry is all over the place, with his shorts ranging from comedy (Monophobia - with Debbie Rochon on her comedic best) via short story (Thanatophobia) to variation on the slasher formula (Achluophobia). The outcome is six rather impressive pieces of (skeletal) genre cinema that ably demonstrate what can be done on a budget with talented and creative people on both sides of the camera ...


But you know what? Don't take my word for it, see for yourself -


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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