Know Fear

Terror Films Drops Official Trailer and Poster for ‘Know Fear’

Check out the official trailer and poster for the new horror, Know Fear. The film was directed by Jamison M.LoCascio and stars Amy Carlson (“Blue Bloods”), Mallory Bechtel (Hereditary), and David Alan Basche (War of the Worlds).

Synopsis for Know Fear

After discovering an ancient book of the occult in their new home, Donald Capel’s (David Alan Basche) wife Wendy (Amy Carlson) is seized by a demonic entity, nearly killing her. Donald’s niece (Mallory Bechtel) activates a dangerous ritual in the book used to identify and banish demons, a ritual forcing each member of the family to communicate with the demon in their own unique way: to see it, hear it, or speak to it.

Know Fear will be available on digital March 12 from Terror Films. Do you think this one looks good!

Know Fear

Director’s Statement:

HORROR is a grossly misunderstood genre; people blow it off as B-level entertainment but some of the most influential filmmakers of all time are JOHN CARPENTER and ALFRED HITCHCOCK who have been emulated obsessively by countless filmmakers working today. WHY? Because they harnessed GENRE filmmaking, got people to buy a ticket – scared the pants off of them and also created meaningful and entertaining storytelling.

We need great characters for the HORROR FILM to work. We must LOVE them and want them to win and sometimes they do…other times they ultimately fail – that is the TERROR. We can fail too if we don’t communicate, if we don’t try our best if we take life for granted, if we underestimate evil, if we tamper with forces beyond us, if we are greedy, if we fail to work together…and so many more lessons.

Know Fear is a film about people that we like who face a super-natural challenge beyond their understanding and comprehension. The characters and the plot work to do one simple thing…bring the audience into the battle against evil in a unique and challenging way, using character perspective to provide three different viewpoints on the action at hand.

The work was heavily inspired by cosmic horror writers like HP Lovecraft and films like Evil Dead, Halloween,” Hellraiser,  and The Conjuring. Our goal was to pay homage to the kinds of horror films we love and passionately create our own space in the genre for something new.”  – Jamison M. LoCascio                                                   –

About Tori Danielle

Tori has had a passion for Horror and music ever since she was a little girl. She got bit by the writing bug in high school where she was involved in both the school newspaper and the yearbook. While getting her Bachelors degree, she took Journalism and Creative Writing classes where her passion grew even stronger. Now, in between work and family, she spends all of her spare time indulging in music, Horror movies, and nerdy fandoms, all while running/assisting one of the biggest Horror groups on Facebook and writing for various websites.

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