Fear Clinic (2014)

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A doctor works to cure patients suffering from crippling phobias by placing them inside his invention, which induces and controls hallucinations.


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  • Kevin Gage and Corey Taylor in Fear Clinic (2014)
  • Corey Taylor and Fiona Dourif in Fear Clinic (2014)
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  • Fear Clinic written & directed by Robert Hall.

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22 June 2015 | politehere
4
| Tries Too Hard Not to Look Like a B-Movie
As the title suggests the movie deals with people's fears, but sadly it's only a specific type of fear all the patients share because they have all experienced the same traumatic incident; i.e. we don't see a variety of phobias, which is a lost opportunity.

The cast and cinematography are fine and the movie looks like one with high production values, although certain scenes that depend heavily on special effects look really B-movie-sh; surprisingly, even the flickering of the lights looks B-movie-sh. The plot sounds really disjointed and confusing because of the way one scene leads to another; i.e. the editing is absolutely B-movie-sh. I could also tell the director had a thing for old men and used every opportunity to capture the reasonably handsome old doctor naked on camera, even though none of those scenes call for that.

I think despite the fact that the opening scenes are promising, this movie is going to let most people down and leave them with the feeling that they have just watched a B-movie that tried too hard not to look like one and its every attempt to scare the audience failed miserably. It kind of looks like an episode from Dr. Who.

I don't want to be too harsh, because I've seen worse, so I'm tossing in a 4.

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