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This film was a perfect homage to the horror genre and the loyal fans. Fear, Inc. is a film that makes you laugh and gasp in turn, and it keeps you guessing from start to finish.
Fear, Inc. takes a novel idea and constructs a potential franchise as it recaptures the fun of 90's horror.
Ultimately, the irony here is that Fear, Inc. is about a horror fan wanting to feel something, anything, yet doesn't offer this courtesy to its viewers.
By my count, the film manages at least five ties to wrench the audience from one false sense of certainty to another, but by number three, you just don't care anymore. In this case, familiarity just breeds tedium.
this meta-horror... nails the contradictory mindset of the horror viewer, while hilariously double-, triple- and quadruple-bluffing the reality effects that lovers of scary movies crave to give their horror 'edge'.
Fear Inc. wastes a devious idea on a slew of reveals that bring momentum to a crushing halt.
Director Vincent Masciale clearly scored one great location (the fancy house), and uses it to its maximum potential, which is the dream of all budding auteurs. Yet he fails to make it look all that interesting.
A "Scream" knockoff, and an easily fatigued one at that.
It's post post postmodern horror.
[Fear Inc.] seems tailor-made for genre junkies in search of a film aware of all the in-jokes... except for how to make them particularly clever.
Not so much "Horror Comedy" as genuinely funny horror.
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