Afraid of the Dark (1991) Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
Academy Award-winner Mark Peploe delivers a terrifying and haunting psychological tale inw hich all of the frightening circumstances of childhood, both real and imagined, are heightened to extremes. A madman is attacking blind people in their homes, and a small boy with disintegrating eyesight begins his own secret investigation into the brutal assaults. When he finally identifies the monster responsible for the chilling crimes, he finds himself face to face with something that everybody understands… the fear of the unknown. - Starring James Fox (CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY, PERFORMANCE), Fanny Ardant (CALLAS FOREVER, 8 WOMEN), Paul McGann (TV’‘s “Horatio Hornblower” and “Doctor Who”), David Thewlis (NAKED, HARRY POTTER AND THE PRISONER OF AZKABAN), Catriona MacColl (THE BEYOND, CITY OF THE LIVING DEAD) - “Chilling!” -Janet Maslin, New York Times - “One of the nastiest little psychothrillers around.” -Mirabella - “Genuine terror… Gripping!” -John Anderson, Newsday
A little boy, obsessed with blindness and violence, slowly gets trapped in his own delusions.
About Afraid of the Dark (1991)
Starring: James Fox, Fanny Ardant, Paul McGann, Clare Holman, Robert Stephens
Runtime: 91 minutes
Director: Mark Peploe