LOS ANGELES - June 15, 2021 - PRLog -- F.E.A.R. received a full home entertainment release across the U.S. and Canada today. Devilworks' new distribution arm, New Era Entertainment released the title. Set in the desolate regions of the Pacific Northwest, F.E.A.R. (Forget Everything And Run) is an action thriller that follows a young family who faces a group of bandits that steal the last of their supplies. With time running out, they must form an alliance with the outlaws to protect their children.
The film stars Marci Miller (Days of Our Lives), Jason Tobias (Dead to Me), Danny Ruiz (Fresh Off the Boat), Cece Kelly (Halt and Catch Fire), Susan Moore Harmon (The Division) and Justin Dray (Baskets). F.E.A.R. was co-written by Jason Tobias and director Geoff Resiner. Produced by Action Figure Entertainment, Tobias and Anna Bradley served as producers while Blair Pennington and Lucas Solomon executive produced. The film was composed by Alex Kovacs with Jimmy Matlosz serving as the cinematographer.
When discussing the release, cinematographer Jimmy Matlosz says, "I am thrilled that F.E.A.R. (Forget Everything And Run) is being released to a wide audience. It was truly one of those rewarding experiences in filmmaking, with years of knowledge being poured out behind the scenes into the final product. F.EA.R. had a very small budget, but it's all those years of experience that you can pull from. Moving the camera with motivation was key, I was lucky enough to work with the Arri Maxima remote stabilized head, which we mounted in many different configurations, but more importantly on a simple jib arm, this allowed for compound cameras moves to establish a scene, but also the ability to quickly reset for inserts overs and just about any angle we needed. It's very rare you get this opportunity on a such a limited budget, but because of a few smart decisions by the producer we were given the opportunity to achieve a very high-quality look. I really hope the camera work and lighting enhance to experience for the audiences, enabling them to Forget Everything and just enjoy the movie."