Bring Out the Fear (2021)

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Bring Out the Fear (2021). Bring Out the Fear: Directed by Richard Waters. With Ciara Bailey, James Devlin, Tad Morari, Brian Matthews Murphy. Explores a doomed relationship on its final day

“Making a note of the title after reading praise for it in Kim Newmanu0026#39;s review, I was pleased to recently have the chance to take the fear out.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eNote:Review contains some plot details.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eView on the film:u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eUnable to see the woods for the trees as they try to break out of the time-loop path, Ciara Bailey and Tad Morari give excellent performances as Rosie and Dan, thanks to each of them delivering the dialogue in a jagged, abrupt manner which emphasis the disintegration of their romantic relationships, that comes under increased pressure from the supernatural chills being threaded into their lives.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eMatching the snapping of twigs in the woods with the snapping of Dan and Rosieu0026#39;s relationship, the screenplay by editor/ writer/director Richard Waters wonderfully takes a slow-burn stance to the supernatural Horror encircling the couple, via subtle, little differences the duo initially dismiss as they walk in a loop desperate to find a exit, until it becomes far too late to turn back, and the horror permanently splinters their relationship.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eGoing to the woods with just a handful of characters, director Waters u0026amp; cinematographer Rowan Moore encounter a excellent eerie atmosphere, via low-hanging, rolling thunder ground level panning shots, spinning on the simmering paranoia of Rosie and Dan,which shatters to stark, jittering extreme close-ups,as the fear comes out.”


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