Nothing Left to Fear



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Anne Heche as Wendy
Clancy Brown as Pastor Kingsman
Ethan Peck as Noah
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Reviewed by vincentlynch-moonoi 2 / 10

Whatever happened to Anne Heche?

Heche, the once promising actress whom I enjoyed very much in several films, was sent to the gates of hell -- this film (and that's what this film is about). This may be the worst film I ever watched all the way through. Kinda makes you yearn for the good old days when nitrate films slowly disintegrated and became lost to history.

Anne Heche is pretty much irrelevant to the film, other than that there has to be a mother (karma exists...she and several other family members die before the film is over). James Tupper is satisfactory as the father/minister, but perhaps he is better suited for soap operas than the big screen. Ethan Peck is a handsome young actor, but -- at least in this film -- seems pretty bland. Rebekah Brandes, as one of the daughters, may have some potential. Matty B...oh please. Jennifer Stone gets another "okay" as the daughter/victim. Clancy Brown is quite good as the departing pastor.

The story is another of the never-ending horror stories about a young woman being sacrificed to hell. But this one is different -- it's really lousy. The first half of the film is totally boring, which the director apparently mistook for building suspense; there was no suspense in the first half of the film. In terms of being a director, Anthony Leonardi III is not ready to leave the art department, where he has spent most of his career. In the "Los Angeles Times" review of this film it was written that "director Anthony Leonardi III and writer Jonathan Mills have let not one scary moment on screen" and that actors Heche and Tupper should write apology notes to their fans." Truer words were never spoke.

I like horror films, but I'm so glad I didn't waste money to see this one at the theater. And my suggestion to you is that you not spend your time watching this on cable.

I'll tell you what I thought while watching this -- didn't anyone notice how badly things were going???

Reviewed by michellegodfrey 2 / 10

A film without a story-line.

Classic example of a film that had potential but which also had a producer who failed to see the importance of an actual story-line. (Which made any sense)

The story follows a family being lured to a village on the pretense of the father (a pastor) taking a job at the village church. The villagers have an ulterior motive. One of the family members is selected to be possessed by the devil, in a pagan type "wickerman" village ritual. The devil (occupying the body of possessed family member) is then left about its business to kill all but one of the family members. The remaining one is used in a further ritual to banish the devil back to wherever it came from.

The next family is lured to the village to continue the cycle.

All this is fine and dandy. But there is no explanation of crucial background details / any details to make sense of the plot?

Why the devil is given a sacrifice from a family to possess for just long enough to kill part of that family, before being unhappily banished again?

What happens if the cycle doesn't take place?

What is the criteria of the ritual which needs to be fulfilled? One dead, two dead? Once a year?

Maybe Just don't bother and see what happens??

Also things happen throughout the film which seem irrelevant or unexplained;

At one point the father within the doomed family is rendered unconscious with chloroform over his face and locked in a church. Why did that happen? Did they intend to save him from the devil?

At one point the other pastor of the village coughs up black blood when the possessed member (devil) is injured - I hoped this would lead to a twist in the plot which explained that he was manufacturing the whole need for this ritual due to an evil pseudo identity- but nothing more came of it.

At one point there is red crosses painted on the doors and at others scenes of sheep having their blood drained into buckets- can we assume one is connected to ther other. Can we assume the red Sheep blood crosses keeps the devil out? (Why?)

Assuming things is the theme of this movie.

all in all it's always enjoyable watching scenes of possessed people killing their family members. Even if completely random with no explanation for why it is necessary is ever given.

On a side note Can't help but notice striking resemblance between "the devil" and the grumpy girl from the well in "the ring"


Reviewed by roth81 3 / 10


Wendy (Heche) and her family have just moved into a new town where her husband is set to be the new Pastor in the church. What starts off as a nice new life in a town with great people soon turns horrific when the true intentions of the outgoing Pastor are revealed.

It started off really slow with no real character development. It went from a slow Feel good movie to a romantic until there was something like a horror.

It's all agonizingly slow build-up to one of the girls getting possessed by an ancient evil). Constant crosscuts give the impression that nobody involved could make it through a full scene without nodding off.

Even Anne Heche (not a big role) could not drag this movie out of the boring trash (not her best performance, mildly said). The music is sometimes far fetched and not in accordance with the current evnet. Almost everything seems to go in slow motion, Such as a pickup truck gliding past houses at the residential speed limit. The movie is a waste of time.....

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