Written by: Scotty
Changing jobs and moving to new places is something that a lot of us have to do these days. Although it may or may not be necessary, everyone has to go through this at one point of another in our lives. Trying to fit in with a new crowd is one of the hardest things, especially if the new crowd is set in their old ways and you are not accustomed to them.
The Bramford’s are in the same boat, moving out of the city into the small community of Stull. Pastor Dan received an offer for the position that is going to be vacated by long time Pastor Kingsman. Not knowing what to expect for himself or his wife and three children, Dan is not detoured by the strange quirks he has noticed around the outskirts of town.
Dan’s two daughters are looking for the best things to do around town, always being best friends and standing up for each other, Mary and Rebecca are prepared to find something more. Being big city kids, they should have no issues fitting in with a smaller community and making friends. After sitting through her father’s first sermon, Rebecca is approached by a young man about her age that does not seem to be as enthralled with the church as the rest of the town. Noah has the looks and appeal that Rebecca is looking for in small town America, but seems to be holding back from telling her too much about himself.
Rebecca notices that the town is a little strange but is unable to pinpoint what is really wrong with it. Having strange dreams of people watching the house along with an uninvited guest in her bedroom that tries to harm her, Rebecca feels like something is wrong but is put at ease by young Noah. Mary does not seem to notice anything strange around the town, other than biting into a cake that had a sharp tooth baked in it. Without knowing, Mary and her family had been chosen for something more than they signed up for.
Nothing Left To Fear focuses on the journey of the young Bramford family as they try to adapt to a small town life. With no idea what is really going on or why they had been chosen to move there, the family tries to stay tight, but Pastor Dan and wife Wendy are trying to get acclimated with the locals. The two sisters Rebecca and Mary keep an eye on each other along with their little brother Christopher look for ways to fit in, but are meet with a strange resistance by the locals. Pastor Kingsman is the backbone of Stull, being a gate keeper to all that is holy and unholy. With the quiet town looking perfect for the newcomers, they have only one secret left to reveal, a gateway to something much more powerful than city folk could expect.
An enjoyable horror flick, with one of the people you should be able to trust being the one you should never trust just stays true to an eighties style horror movie. The love between the sisters is the main highlight of this film and is exploited well when a strange sickness takes Mary from her normal state. The cast is great with an out of the ordinary storyline that will slowly suck you in and keep you intrigued for the rest of the film. Keeping your family safe should always be a first priority, but when it is the family trying to harm you…what would you do? Stay scared.