[News] Cult Classic FEAR NO EVIL Arrives on Blu-ray This September!
Courtesy of SCREAM FACTORY
On September 24, 2019, SCREAM FACTORY™ is thrilled to present supernatural horror cult classic FEAR NO EVIL on Blu-ray™.  Written and Directed by Frank LaLoggia (Lady in White), the film stars Stefan Arngrim (Strange Days, The Final Cut), Elizabeth Hoffman (“Stargate SG-1”, Dante’s Peak) and introducing Kathleen Rowe McAllen (Aspects of Love).

A must-have for horror enthusiasts and movie collectors, this definitive Blu-ray edition contains new interviews and special bonus content. Pre-order is available now at ShoutFactory.com

God has appointed three archangels to fight against Lucifer, who has assumed human features. Archangel Raphael, in the guise of Father Damon, kills Lucifer and ends his life in jail. But his sister, Archangel Mikhail, knows that one day the Devil will reappear. Eighteen years later, Lucifer returns, now in the form of Andrew, a brilliant but shy schoolboy at Alexandria High who becomes conscious of his devilish nature on his birthday. Archangel Mikhail, allies with Gabrielle to defeat Lucifer in this “remarkably assured, personal and powerful film [that] is never less than gripping” (TV Guide)!

FEAR NO EVIL Blu-ray – Special Features

  • NEW interview with actor Stefan Arngrim
  • NEW interview with special effects artist John Eggett
  • Audio Commentary with writer/director Frank LaLoggia and cinematographer Frederic Goodich
  • Theatrical Trailer
  • TV Spots
  • Still Gallery
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