- Directed by Dominic Murphy
- Starring Dario Argento, Clive Barker, Saul Bass, Robert Bloch
- Written by Mick Farren
Fear in the Dark (1991) -- Fear of the Dark attempts to explain man's pre-occupation with the macabre. It uses clips from horror movies to illustrate how the film industry has kept ahead of the publics continuing demand for new levels of terror. Top horror movie Directors and Writers such as Robert Bloch (Author:Psycho), Wes Craven (Director: Nightmare on Elm Street), William Friedkin (Director: The Exorcist) and John Carpenter (Director Halloween) explain their personal views on horror and the techniques they use to lead the audience to the limits of their deepest darkest fears.
Take a closer look into the world of horror through the eyes of its creators.
Fear is the most powerful emotion in the human race and fear of the uknown is probably the most ancient. You're dealing with stuff that everybody has felt; from being little babies we're frightened of the dark, we're frightened of the unknown. If you're making a horror film you get to play with the audiences feelings. - JOHN CARPENTER : Director Halloween
It's so much about this small but brialliant spark of the unconscious which constantly wants to break out and say.... 'Hey, I have some stuff to tell you which is far more interesting that this...'. - CLIVE BARKER : Director Hellraiser
Fear in the Dark DVD is offered as a compact edition. This transfer is manufactured on demand and is presented on premium DVD-R with thermal disc print in a clear plastic wallet. Important: This title has been manufactured from the best-quality video master (rated 8/10) currently available and has not been remastered or restored.