In Fear (2013)19K
In Fear: Directed by Jeremy Lovering. With Iain De Caestecker, Alice Englert, Allen Leech. Driving to a music festival in Ireland, a new couple become lost and are then set upon by a tormentor with an unknown motive.
“… just the way I like it ! So yes, of course I will be pretty subjective in this review (but arenu0026#39;t everyone else in theirs, after all ?)u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eIn current horror movie era flooded with zombies, haunted houses and paranormal activities, little movies like this one come as real refreshment. To be honest itu0026#39;s more mystery/thriller/suspense than horror, but nevertheless.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eSimple plot (Man and woman in a car, lost in a maze of narrow roads at the countryside trying to find a secluded hotel they reserved on internet), combined with nice visuals and directing/editing is just what I wanted to see from a movie. No two and a half hours of over the top action scenes, no special effects, CGI monsters, ghosts and flying sheets … just a little mystery and healthy dose of suspense. u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eYes, the main protagonists maybe donu0026#39;t do and act how one would expect u0026quot;normalu0026quot; people to do in such situation, but itu0026#39;s impossible to predict anyway how u0026quot;normalu0026quot; people would behave in every situation. This is good enough.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eI must say that I find recent British movies (to name a few I can remember without looking at my voting history: Truth or die, The Seasoning House, The Cottage …) more appealing to me than ones from Hollywood. I think if you hated u0026quot;Cabin in the woodsu0026quot; or youu0026#39;re just tired of movies like that, thereu0026#39;s a big chance youu0026#39;ll like u0026quot;In Fearu0026quot;”