FEAR NO EVIL is the excellent directorial debut of 23-year-old East Coast filmmaker Frank LaLoggia, who scraped together the $150,000 it cost to make the film on his own--only to have it interfered with by Avco Embassy just before its release. Tampering aside, FEAR NO EVIL is a remarkably
assured, personal, and powerful horror film depicting a lonely and alienated high-school student, Andrew (Stefan Arngrim), as he slowly begins to realize that he is the Antichrist. An elderly neighbor (Elizabeth Hoffman) and one of Andrew's classmates (Kathleen Rowe McAllen) are the angels sent to
destroy him. The whole thing climaxes at an outdoor performance of a Passion Play, w...