Created by Scott W Perry IN FEAR OF is a horror anthology that tackles a different phobia, director and cast of talent every week, in the spirit of great series before like Tales From the Crypt, or Twilight Zone! It offers a variety of styles, and perspectives to keep you on the edge of your seat with anticipation, and is most definitely worth tuning in for. In a time when we are all looking for new ideas in the way of horror viewing this one is a real alternative, with production values that rival traditional platforms, but a freshness that is often much harder to find! Do yourself a favor and check this one out. Heres the scheduled line up for the season straight from the production team! Check out the fantastic talent they have attached to Season 2:
“Gerontophobia: Fear Of Aging” Horror icon Suzi Lorraine stars in this comedic episode about an aging lothario (Doc Dougherty, CAPTURED HEARTS) who agrees to meet a woman he dumped 30 years earlier (Lorraine) and is stunned to discover she hasn’t aged a bit. Written and directed by Scott W. Perry. Premiering Friday, June 13th!
"Toxiphobia: Fear Of Being Poisoned," A devious witch (Manoush, SEED 2) puts a woman (Kelly Rae LeGault, THE DAYS GOD SLEPT), under a spell that convinces she is being poisoned by her husband. Pete Mizzo co-stars. Written and directed by Thomas Norman (GITCHY). Premieres Friday, June 13th.
"Dysmorphobia: Fear Of Deformity," A visually abstract piece, a woman (Heather Drew) insecure about her looks and not being perfect is being chased around a dilapidated house by a demon that encourages her to fit in with the world around her. Written and directed by Scott W. Perry with music by Fangoria Editor-in-Chief Chris Alexander. Premieres Friday, June 13th.
"Scotomaphobia: Fear Of Blindness," Jeremiah Kipp directs this visually arresting episode about Emily (Susan Adriensen), whose life spirals out of control as she not only loses her vision, but her soul and everyone around her starring Susan Suhana Adriensen (UNDER THE RAVEN’S WING), Bryant Pearson (AMERICAN GANGSTER), Edward X Young (MR. HUSH). Premieres Friday, June 27th.
"Agraphobia: Fear Of Sexual Harassment," Set in 1986, this 80s themed slasher focuses on a woman who is trapped in her office building with a psychotic man she fired for sexually harassing her. Bradley Creanzo (THE BIBLE BELT SLASHER, NIGHT GAMES) stars, writes, and directs this 80s homage with co-star Genoveva Rossi. Premieres Friday, July 4th.
"Dementophobia: Fear Of Insanity," A B-movie actress (Rachael Robbins, CAPTURED HEARTS) tries to keep sane at a press junket when the same question about her willingness to do nude scenes is asked over and over again in this hilarious comedy. The episode also stars Suzi Lorraine (who also produced), Mark O’Neal, and Pascal Yen-Pfister. Premieres Friday, July 11th.
The mid-season finale, "Agoraphobia: Fear Of Leaving Home," NIGHTBREED’s Anne Bobby is Emma, an emotionally shell shocked woman afraid to leave her home as she is questioned by a shady insurance man on her disability in a “Twilight Zone” homage. Frank Vlastnik and Blaine Pennington co-star. Written and directed by Robert L. Brodmerkel with music by FANGORIA Editor in chief Chris Alexander. Premieres Friday, July 18th.
The season will continue Friday, September 19th with Debbie Rochon's "Glossophobia: Fear Of Speaking In Public," and will continue each week with the season finale premiering Halloween night! Episodes to come include “Disposophobia: Fear Of Being Disposed Of” starring Anne Bobby and Barbara Rosenblat (ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK), written by Bobby, “Mnemophobia: Fear Of Memories,” written and directed by Alfredo Salvatore Arcilesi (FOR CLEARER SKIES), and “Autophobia: Fear Of Abandonment,” starring Larry Wade Carrell (JACOB), Mayra Leal (MACHETE), and Nick Nicholson (THE AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON).
So mark you calendar, and get ready to tune in folks, when it comes to fear these guys are working hard to offer some of the best in their award winning series! take a peek at their teaser trailer below for a glimpse of what season 2 holds, and be sure to read my review of IN FEAR OF season 2.