Nothing Left to Fear
Nothing Left to Fear (2013)

NOTHING LEFT TO FEAR was inspired by the legend of Stull, Kansas. Wendy (Anne Heche), her husband Dan (James Tupper of "Revenge") and their kids have just moved to the small town of Stull, Kansas, where Dan is the new pastor. But… More

Rated: R
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Genre: Horror
Release Date: October 4, 2013
DVD Release Date: October 8, 2013
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Rob Staeger
Village Voice

When a family is as generic as the Bramfords, you get a little antsy waiting for them to be killed off one by one.

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Andy Webster
New York Times

The familiar special effects are not the most disappointing element here. It's the squandering of the talented Ms. Heche, who is given top billing but almost nothing to do.

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Jennie Kermode
Eye for Film

Nothing Left To Fear benefits from a genuinely creepy atmosphere in its first half and from competent acting all round... Unfortunately this isn't enough to overcome the problems that stem from a formulaic plot and a lack of ideas in the second half.

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Scott Foundas

Memo to Rob Zombie: Don't fear the competition.

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Betsy Sharkey
Los Angeles Times

"Nothing Left to Fear" is true to its title. Director Anthony Leonardi III and writer Jonathan Mills have let not one scary moment on screen.

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Anton Bitel
Sight and Sound

a far better remake of The Wicker Man (1973) than its official 2006 iteration, as well as a complicated discourse on the contradictions to be found in faith, superstition and the easy manipulation of both,

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Sara Stewart
New York Post

Deploys zero humor or wit before moving straight to the sacrificing of a teen girl (always, it's a girl).

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Felix Vasquez Jr.
Cinema Crazed

It's a mind numbing, and amateurishly directed horror outing...

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Todd Gilchrist

Nothing Left to Fear is a mild disappointment - as the foundation for a rich mythology that goes too unexplored to be memorable, much less meaningful, it leaves plenty left indeed to be afraid of.

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