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SLASH

Nothing Left To Fear

(Anchor Bay / Slasher)

Reviewed by : Aaron Small
Rating : 8.5

Guitar icon SLASH, who made a name for himself with GUNS N’ ROSES, VELVET REVOLVER, and then as a solo artist, has launched his own horror movie production company, Slasher Films, and Nothing Left To Fear is their first endeavour. To be clear, Slash does not star in the movie; he co-produced the 100-minute feature, and co-wrote the musical score. Directed by Anthony Leonardi III, Nothing Left To Fear was inspired by the legend of Stull, Kansas - one of the Seven Gates of Hell. The story centers on a pastor relocating his family from the big city to a small town, where unbeknownst to them, the locals are not what they seem. After moving into their new house, his eldest teenage daughter experiences gruesome nightmares, but a fate far worse befalls her sister – demonic possession. Whilst paying tribute to traditional elements of the genre, Nothing Left To Fear also employs a few new twists, resulting in a truly gripping ride. Despite a lengthy beginning which serves to establish the characters, the spook-you moments are genuine and not forced. Then when the carnage is unleashed, it’s done incredibly well. While blood is spilled, it’s not graphic or gory, making the viewer realize this “fictional story” could actually be fact. Filmed on location in Louisiana, Nothing Left To Fear combines superb casting, an excellent script, and terrific cinematography. Ultimately this is a killer piece, and simultaneously comes to a conclusive ending, while presenting the opportunity for a sequel. Finally, don’t leave the theater, or press stop at home, before the credits roll. Cause if you do, you’ll miss the brand new song, titled ‘Nothing Left To Fear’, from Slash and Myles Kennedy.




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