Review: FEAR CLINIC

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When the FEARnet web series, FEAR CLINIC, appeared a few years back, it was great to see different phobias put under the microscope and dealt with, with the help of Robert Englund’s Dr. Andover character at the helm of his “Fear Chamber”. The device was made and used to force people to face whatever scares them. Each […]

News Clips/Stills Released For FEAR CLINIC; Scaring Horror Fans on DVD/Bluray February 10th!

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The Rob Hall/Aaron Drane created FEAR CLINIC web-series was a big hit with horror fans, when it first aired on the now defunct (and sorely missed) FEARnet back in 2009. Anchored by genre legend (and Freddy himself) Robert Englund, the series dealt with the various phobias people have, with each episode featuring Englund’s Dr. Andover […]

FEAR CLINIC Artwork Revealed; Hits DVD/Bluray In February!

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After making an impression on film festivals from coast to coast, Robert G. Hall’s FEAR CLINIC is set to scare the hell out of audiences when it hits DVD/Bluray on February 10th via Anchor Bay. The film adaption of the popular FEARnet series, FEAR CLINIC stars A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET‘s Robert Englund, Fiona Dourif (CURSE […]

Scream Factory Sends THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA Your Way This February!

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While a lot of horror fans tend to talk about Freddy nonstop when Robert Englund’s name comes up, a film and role that is sometimes overlooked and underrated, is the Dwight H. Little-helmed 1989 film, THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA. A gruesome and gory take on the 1910 Gaston Leroux novel, the film has always been […]

FEAR CLINIC Set To Premiere At Screamfest October 22nd; Q&A With Corey Taylor/Various Cast Members Afterwards

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Rob Hall (LIGHTNING BUG, LAID TO REST/LAID TO REST II:CHROMESKULL)’s FEAR CLINIC series was a pretty big hit for the late FEARnet in 2009, so much so, that Hall and Co. decided to make a feature film out of the “face your fears” series that starred horror icons Robert Englund and Danielle Harris. Having made […]

“Is It Time To Say Goodbye To The Horror Trinity?” Part Three: A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET

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*Author’s Note: With this 3rd and final article on whether it’s time to say goodbye to the HALLOWEEN, FRIDAY THE 13TH and A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET franchises, the subject at hand is everybody’s favorite dream stalker, Freddy Krueger. Going on nine films having to do with Krueger, this editorial article takes you fans (and […]

Red Band Trailer for Horror Anthology SANITARIUM!

V/H/S, THE ABC’S OF DEATH, THE THEATRE BIZARRE, all three signs that the horror-anthology genre is definitely alive and booming. It’s a good way to showcase short form filmmaking and when they’re done well, anthologies are a lot fo fun to watch. Next on the anthology slate, is the Bryan Ramirez, Kerry Valderrama and Bryan […]

ICONS FIRSTS: A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET (1984)

Welcome to ICONS FIRSTS, a new bi-weekly column where your devoted ICONS contributors fess up and share their first experiences discovering a horror classic! We wanted to not only make things a bit more personal here on ICONS OF FRIGHT, but we wanted to open up the floor (so to speak) and encourage you to share your […]