What is your Favorite Fear Itself????

What is your Favorite Fear Itself????

brookie81's picture

Oooh! I just had to say that my favorite was New Year's Day. Briana Evigan did a great job until the end when she had to pull off being a zombie (that was funny!). I liked her in Step Up 2, damn that girl can move!

I can't wait until they come out with another Fear Itself. The ideas are great. Okay, some are a little out there, but all in all they are pretty good with killer ideas.

Tell me what your favorites are....??? I'm waiting.....

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JadedJecca's picture

I have to agree, New Years Day was the best. Circle wasn't bad either, it had it's moments. Skin and bones was pretty gruesome. I love Zombies though, so New Years Day was my favorite. I think it would have made a really good full length movie. Wink

GHOULISH's picture

oh yeah new years day is my favorite by far i watched it maybe 15 times already i wish it was a full length movie, i thought the girl was really beautiful and her acting was excellent i never saw that ending coming it was awesome, this is still my favorite episode fearnets ever made can't wait to see more just like it nothing better then a end of the world zombie attack, and she's probably the prettiest zombie i've ever seen i'd date her if she promised not to bite me ha ha ha ha. pEaCe..GHOULISH.

spookyboo's picture

Before Time Warner cruelly cancelled it's contract with Fearnet, I was fortunate enough to see a Fear Itself Episode Called "Skin and Bones." Not sure why this movie freaked me out a little.  It could've been the legends of the Wendigo, scary sound effects or the way the sick guy looked in the movie.  For an experiment I watched it a second time, while contimplating the exact nature of my fear, aided by a bottle of Bacardi.  When the show got to the part where the sick guy was making beef stew out of his brother, I ended up puking. 

     Great episode, but I still can't open a can of beef stew without thinking about the "Skin and Bones" storyline.  Who knew skinny people could be so gross!

babuh's picture

SKIN AND BONES is probably my favorite. Also New Years Day, that was a cool Zombie fest.

I can't wait for some new episodes to hit the tube. WHATS THE HOLD UP?!!!!

CandyCat07's picture

Skin and Bones is my fav directed by Larry Fessenden (hope I spelled his name right) a close second is New Year's Day.

kaveman1969's picture

Skin and Bones is my favorite too, although I liked them all. But, I'll watch Tales From The Darkside all day when SyFy runs it, so I'm pretty much into all of it, lol.

Legendsmom's picture

I would have to say Skin and Bones was also my favorite. I liked the one with the serial killer too, but I forget the name since it's been so long since I've seen them.

New Year's Day took me 4 attempts to get through it. I liked it once I made it through it, but it  just started out too slow for my taste.

GHOULISH's picture

yeah i have to say it again, new years day is the best story they ever told plus i'm totally in love with that girl, i had to watch it about 20 times already and i'm still not tired of it.

zigzag528's picture

Which ever one it was that took place in the jail house....That's the one I liked....The New Years Day was good too....That freak in the jail house was a trip....

PansFlute's picture

Unfortunately, I didn't get to catch many episodes when it was on NBC (I think?), and there are only a few episodes currently available on fearnet (at least that I can find - I like the content on this site, but it's set up horribly and is a bitch to navigate).  But I respect the effort to put a well-done and sometimes pretty scary horror anthology show on broadcast television.  Too bad the mouth-breathing masses, as usual, can't appreciate or understand anything that's a little different so the network gods keep shitting out reality shows which are a gold mine for them, the idiot hordes eat 'em up and they're cheap as holy fuck to make.  Anyway, back to the question, I enjoyed New Year's Day and The Sacrifice; they both put little twists on the well-trod zombie and vampire mythologies.  I actually got suckered by New Year's Day, as I'm watching it, I was more and more dumbfounded as to how the chick was surviving, she was even more of an idiot than most "survivor" characters in post-apocalyptic zombie stories, it was right after her encounter with the zombie cop, as I'm saying to myself again, "unbelievable, she's fucking squeaking by with her bullshit again", that I realized, wait a minute, there's a whole "The Others" / "Sixth Sense" vibe I'm gettin' here.... Then she gets to the dude's apartment and booyah, the reveal.  And at the risk of being a contrarian "troll", to the commenters who raved about how hot that actress is... umm, uh uh.  I'm sure she's a good actress and a groovy person who adopts third-world kids or whatever, but not hot in the slightest.


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