Fear in the Night (Dynasty of Fear) (Honeymoon of Fear) (1972)





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Fusing the aggressive muscle of death metal with the high-tech sonic brutality of industrial electronic, Fear Factory created a unique and punishing sound which won them a loyal fan following among those who like their music with a hard and jagged edge. Fear Factory: Digital Connectivity is a documentary which follows the band's career from their early days playing house parties to their glory days as one of the most acclaimed bands on the metal scene. Along with interviews and plenty of vintage … More

Rating: PG
Genre: Documentary, Drama, Horror, Musical & Performing Arts, Mystery & Suspense
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Written By: Jimmy Sangster, Michael Syson
On DVD: May 2, 2005



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Critic Reviews for Fear in the Night (Dynasty of Fear) (Honeymoon of Fear)

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Full Review… | January 26, 2006
Time Out
Top Critic

The story was constructed in too much of a mechanical way to excite me.

Full Review… | May 5, 2015
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August 5, 2005

Full Review… | October 29, 2003

Audience Reviews for Fear in the Night (Dynasty of Fear) (Honeymoon of Fear)

Fear in the Night was a slow-starting almost paint-by-numbers Hammer film from the 70s. Its got that patented look that Hammer was famous for and hell, Peter Cushing even showed up for a few scenes in a pivotal role. The problem is that Fear in the Night was so dry and sparse that by the time they got to the actual action it was a case of too little, too late. It wasn't a horrible movie, but having to look at Judy Geeson's face and all the stupid looks it made for an hour while you waited for something to happen was pretty damn tortuous. Not Hammer's finest moment but not their worst either.

Michael Gildea

Super Reviewer

I don't know why this has been lumped in with a Fear Factory DVD (same title maybe?), this is the Hammer thriller with Joan Collins and Peter Cushing. The film itself is pretty decent, but once you know the twist it becomes a bit predictable.

Kylie B

Super Reviewer

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