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A Fantastic Fear of EverythingJack is a crime novelist who research the lives of Victorian serial killers is gotten many spirit problems. He is afraid of everything especially being murdered.Genre: ComedyCountry: United KingdomDuration: 100 minQuality: HDRelease: 2012IMDb: 5.8Keywords:
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Directors of "A Fantastic Fear of Everything"Crispian MillsBirthdate: 18 January 1973, London, England, UKChris Hopewell
Creators of "A Fantastic Fear of Everything"Crispian MillsBirthdate: 18 January 1973, London, England, UK
Critic Reviews of "A Fantastic Fear of Everything"Village VoiceFebruary 11, 2014
For all its comic panache, A Fantastic Fear of Everything too often feels forced rather than funny - the strain evident in the setup is rarely worth the payoff, and the result simply proves exhausting.NPRFebruary 06, 2014
The effect eventually becomes that of about a dozen story pitches all strung together. Any one of them might have the potential for greatness in isolation. Try to mash them up into one movie, though, and much like Jack, they fall to pieces.AV ClubFebruary 06, 2014
A Fantastic Fear Of Everything is more amusing than uproarious, and often not even that; it plays like a couple of over-extended sketches featuring the same thinly drawn character.VarietyJune 12, 2012
This effortfully quirky pic refuses to settle for mere ineptitude, adding casual misogyny and pronounced racism to its rap sheet.Time OutJune 06, 2012
Exasperation eventually morphs into unrelenting pain, and there's not a single, solitary laugh to be had.Cinemalogue.comMarch 21, 2014
The noteworthy presence of Simon Pegg can't rescue this bizarre and ultimately aimless mix of comedy and horror that's neither funny nor frightening.The DissolveFebruary 13, 2014
[A Fantastic Fear of Everything] leaps all over the place narratively and conceptually, servicing the comedy of every individual scene without considering or linking the others.ReelTalk Movie ReviewsFebruary 08, 2014
With such a promising theme and a funny lead actor like Simon Pegg, this movie should be a big hit. So what went wrong? I think the film just got out of control.The PlaylistFebruary 08, 2014
A singularly bizarre new horror comedy, both exhilarating and frustrating: it allows for Pegg to stretch as an actor...leaving a great performance at the heart of a movie most won't particularly care for.Chicago Daily HeraldFebruary 06, 2014
Simon Pegg is a very talented comic actor, but you would never guess that in this claustrophobic, strained stream-of-consciousness, sinking cinematic showboat.Slant MagazineFebruary 05, 2014
Strands of Simon Pegg's amiable persona are found in the film's more tolerable bits, but even this seasoned vet's unique voice is lost amid the glut of references to other work.Blu-ray.comJanuary 02, 2014
It's polarizing work that carries immense creativity and sharp sense of humor, burrowing into the spinning mind of a destructively phobic man during an intense period of suspicion.
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