Fear, Inc: promotional clip Analysis
Fear, Inc Film Details:
Fear, Inc. will premiere in theaters on October 21, 2016. The Comedy, Horror, Thriller is directed by Vincent Masciale, written by Luke Barnett, and produced by Natalie Masciale, Heather Kasprzak, Gabriel Cowan, John Suits, Giles Doust, and Tanner Thompson.
Fear, Inc. follows a company of degenerates who can be hired for a premium to bring your greatest fears to life. But when horror junkie Joe Foster’s customized scare seemingly begins, he and his friends must decide if this company is there to scare them or make them pawns in their own sick game.
The Fear, Inc. promotional clip starts off pretty dramatically. A woman is frantic and running from someone or something. A mysterious masked man, carrying a weapon approaches her and taunts her. The scene blacks out for a brief second. The man disappears.
The next scene is calmer. The woman, after being spared by the masked lunatic, is pacing rapidly towards her car. She hastily runs into a security guard.
The Fear, Inc. promotional clip is very brief. It gives a rush of excitement and adrenaline with the sudden escape scene. Then it calms your nerves. It’s tough to distinguish the angle of the film from the promotional clip alone because so much is left completely up to mystery and suspicion.
From the angle of the synopsis, Fear, Inc. reminds me of David Fincher’s The Game. A mysterious company employs a game, tailored by personal information, by invading the personal lives of its contestants. When bad things start to happen, the game becomes a dangerous perceptive reality.
A company that can bring your greatest fears to life; this alone is a terrifying thought and one that can serve well in Horror cinema.
Depending on the path the Fear, Inc. movie takes, it can be one of two things: it can be just another plot in the game, or it can be a game changer.
Fear, Inc. premieres in theaters October 21, 2016. Stay tuned for the Trailer which will be released sometime next month. We’ll be providing another in-depth view to Vincent Masciale’s upcoming film.