Fear (1990 film)
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|Directed by||Rockne S. O'Bannon|
|Produced by||Richard Kobritz/Mitchell Cannold/Diane Nabatoff/Henry Kline|
|Written by||Rockne S. O'Bannon|
Pruitt Taylor Vince,
|Music by||Henry Mancini|
|Cinematography||Robert M. Stevens (as Robert Stevens)|
|Edited by||Kent Beyda/Lorraine Salk|
|Distributed by||Vestron Pictures|
|Release date(s)||July 15, 1990|
|Running time||90 min|
Fear is a thriller/horror/suspense film. It is directed by Rockne S. O'Bannon and stars Ally Sheedy, Pruitt Taylor Vince, Michael O'Keefe, Lauren Hutton, Keone Young, Stan Shaw, Dean Goodman, Don Hood and Jonathan Prince.
Cayce Bridges (Ally Sheedy) is a psychic gifted in a form of remote viewing and empathy/telepathy that allows her to mentally link with murderers enabling police to catch them. That is until she encounters the mysterious and elusive Shadow Man (Pruitt Taylor Vince), who is not only similarly blessed, but is more powerful than she is.
Originally intended for a theatrical release, the film made its premiere on Showtime on July 15, 1990.
The film has been released on DVD by Lions Gate as a double feature with Parents. Both films are presented in widescreen.
|Actor / Actress||Character|
|Ally Sheedy||Cayce Bridges|
|Michael O'Keefe||Jack Hays|
|Lauren Hutton||Jessica Moreau|
|Pruitt Taylor Vince||Shadow Man|
|Keone Young||Detective William Wu|
|Stan Shaw||Detective Webber|
|Jonathan Prince||Colin Hart|
|Dina Merrill||Catherine Tarr|
|John Agar||Leonard Scott Levy|
|Marta DuBois||Inez Villanueva|
|Dean Goodman||William Tarr|
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