Review: A FANTASTIC FEAR OF EVERYTHING

A quirky gem of a film, Crispian Mill’s feature film debut A Fantastic Fear of Everything fits well into the British tradition of horror-comedy, where slightly-crazed logic flows along with an acceptance of the weird, the existential and the eccentric. While not without problems, the film has a strong heart, anchored by a great performance by Simon Pegg at his nerdy best.

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