Nothing Left to Fear (2014) – Review, Rating and Synopsis

Nothing Left to Fear (2014)

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  • Release Date:  2014
  • Genre:  Devil & Demon & Hell
  • Director:  Anthony Leonardi III
  • Screenwriter:  Jonathan W.C. Mills
  • Cast & Crew: Anne Heche, James Tupper, Ethan Peck, Rebekah Brandes, Carter Cabassa, Wayne Pére, Jennifer Stone, Clancy Brown, James C. Victor, Joel K. Berger, J.D. Evermore, John O’Neil, Morgan Roberts, Heather Roop, and John Showalter.

Nothing Left to Fear (2014)Rating:

  • Eloise = 4 / 10;
  • Raoul = 4 / 10;
  • IMDB = 4.4/10;
  • Rotten Tomatoes =1.6/10.

Nothing Left to Fear (2014) Synopsis:

Accepting a new job as a pastor, a dad and his entire family move into a little village which holds a terrible secret.

Nothing Left to Fear (2014) Review:

Nothing Left to Fear, the first movie by director Anthony Leonardi III, is the encounter between two overused horror concept: the remote village filled with sneaky fanatics, and the classic possession theme. The result, as expected, is everything but surprising.

The movie starts in the most convenient way possible, with the perfect and happy American family (Christian of course) who are moving from the city into a small village in the countryside. At first, everything goes well, but slowly strange things begin to happen, bla bla bla….

This a classic start, and it could have been just fine if it wasn’t for the never-ending teenage love story that makes the first half of the movie. This wastes 50 minutes of the movie and makes it look like a copycat of Twilight at this point. In the first hour, there is virtually nothing happening apart from a weird villager here and there. The movie takes too long to develop and any hint of suspense that may have been created at the beginning quickly disappear. At this point, I was ready to give the movie a 1/10…

Luckily, things get much better in the second half. The evil deed of the community is eventually revealed and the real horror aspect of the movie can finally start. Again, there is nothing really new, but it is a decent possession/demon movie. The special effects are nice, a combination of CGI effect looking strangely similar to the ones seen in Grave Encounters, and a creature that looks a lot alike Samara from The Ring. Still, this end really uplift the overall quality of the movie. The problem is that all this comes just too late and, in my opinion, is not enough to get this movie past the average bar.

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