Nothing Left to Fear is an okay movie to watch when you don’t have too many options. I basically predicted the ending of this movie and I was right. It is a pretty slow and dragged on movie. The trailer pretty much had all the scary scenes, if you call that scary.
Director Anthony Leonardi III could have done a way better job with Nothing Left to Fear. It does have a good storyline but was executed badly. It needed more tense scene, suspense, eery music and scare. This movie could of done so well if the effects weren’t so choppy and if some scenes did not look like it was captured with a handheld camera with a shaky person videotaping. The actors and actresses didn’t help this movie at all. Some scenes seem so unreal. It would of been nice if Rebecca (Rebekah Brandes - Midnight Movie) would have actually told someone about her dreams and tried to figure out what they mean. Instead, the director tied in her dreams and the ending of the movie together but it was way too late for her to think about it all. I was thinking - okay, now what, she see’s that her dreams and reality ties in together now, so what happens next, well nothing happens next.
Nothing Left to Fear is about a family of five moving to a new town where the father of the family will be the new Pastor for the church. The whole town keeps a dreary secret from the new family and unleashed a demon into the chosen Mary’s (Jennifer Stone - Wizard of Waverly Place, Mean Girls 2) body. Mary then kills each family member one by one and the town knows the secret and how to ward the demon off from harming their family. The town marked each house door with the letter X in lambs blood across their door so the demonic Mary cannot enter. I felt sorry for Christopher (Carter Cabassa - The Last Word, Special Delivery) who is the little brother of Rebecca and Mary. I knew that the whole family had to die except for Rebecca but I really did not want Christopher to die after Mary injured him. I was mad at the family for putting him out their front door after he ran away from Mary with injury to his leg.
I am not a fan of this movie and personally will not be watching it again but I know there is people out there that might love this movie. One thing I do not understand is - why did Pastor Kingsman (Clancy Brown - Homefront, Hulk, The Agents of S.M.A.S.H.) have to open the portal or gateway for the demon to possess Mary’s body and why do they need to do it so often. Who is telling him to do it?
Starring: Clancy Brown, Wayne Pére, Michelle DeVito, Emily D. Haley, J.D. Evermore, Anne Heche, Rebekah Brandes, James C. Victor, Ethan Peck, Andrew j Spinks, Grace Burt, Dylan DePaula, Ryan Martin Dwyer, Lyle R. Guidroz, Kelly Jordan, Jeffery Nowell, James Tupper, Heady Pardew, Carter Cabassa, Eric Price, Jennifer Stone, Annette Doucet Sharpe, Joel K. Berger, John O'Neil, Orlette Cutrer, Morgan Roberts, Heather Roop, John Showalter, Nick Blady
Director: Anthony Leonardi III
MPAA Rating: R
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