Based on the immensely popular horror web series with over four million fans, Fear Clinic is coming to the big screen with a new crop of patients and more terrifying phobias!

Fear Clinic (2014) on IMDB>>


Check out this interview with Thomas Dekker on Iwantmytwodollars.com! You can find the original page by clicking here.


“The Movie:
Dr. Andover (Robert Englund), a fear doctor who runs the clinic, uses his Fear Chamber to animate their fears in the form of terrifying hallucinations. However, the good doctor soon begins to suspect that something more sinister may be at work, something that yearns to be more than just an hallucination…”

Check out this review of Fear Clinic on Cinemadeviant.com by clicking here!

coreytaylorfearcliniccarpet_638FireTrialFilms.com has uploaded video footage from the October 22 world premiere of “Fear Clinic” — the new horror flick which marks SLIPKNOT and STONE SOUR frontman Corey Taylor‘s first featured role in a film — at the Screamfest Horror Film Festival in Hollywood, California.

During the question-and-answer session of the screening, Taylor stated about the experience of making “Fear Clinic”: “As my first movie, I couldn’t ask for better people to work with. [It was] a great cast to work with, great people on set, great producers, great crew. We put our heads down and we made a good movie. It was a short shoot, the weather was garbage and we all caught hepatitis in that way. But we pulled it through and it was cool to see it finally on the big screen.”

“Fear Clinic” stars Robert Englund, best known as Freddy Krueger in “A Nightmare On Elm Street”, as Dr. Andover, a doctor who treats patients afflicted with crippling phobias by inducing hallucinations inside an invention he calls the Fear Chamber.

In the film, which began life in 2009 as a five-episode series for the web site FearNet.comTaylor plays a clinic employee named Bauer who struggles to keep things under control when all hell breaks loose. The movie centers around one traumatic event that induces phobias in a group of different people.

Fight Network‘s Fight + Music conducted an interview with SLIPKNOT singer Corey Taylor before the band’s November 30 concert in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. You can now watch the chat below.

Asked why SLIPKNOT has nine members, Taylor responded: “It just took that many people to get the noise out of our head. I mean, for us, we wanted to create something that was different, and it was one of those things where we just kept adding members, basically. ‘Cause when I joined, it was only eight. And once we kind of got to the point where we were just missing that one thing, we were able to kind of really realize everything that we wanted to do, musically. We’re one of those bands that we strive so hard to be able to project everything that we do on the album live, and it just took that many members to make that a reality.”


Corey Taylor will break your cellphone if he sees you using it at his show.

He recently told Blabbermouth, via AltPress, a story that will surely upset smartphone-loving fans. While playing a gig, he noticed a girl constantly on her phone during Slipknot‘s set, so he got as near to her as possible and poured four bottles of water in her direction.


IN A DELETED SCENE FROM Pulp Fiction, Uma Thurman holds an impromptu video interview with a drugged-out John Travolta. One of her seemingly innocent questions, which obviously holds huge gravity for Tarantino: “There’s only two kinds of people in the world: Beatles people and Elvis people. Beatles people can like Elvis, and Elvis people can like The Beatles, but nobody likes them both equally. Somewhere you have to make a choice, and that choice tells who you are.”


Slipknot are known just as much for their unique masks as they are for their chart-topping music. In a recent interview with Canada’s 97.7 HTZ-FM radio station (listen below), frontman Corey Taylor talked about Slipknot’s masks.

When asked whether Slipknot could be Slipknot without their trademark masks, Taylor responded, “I think in a way we could, but I don’t think we’d want to. I mean, I always think back to when KISS took the makeup off back in the ’80s, and I know why they did it, because they kind of hit a wall and it was time to evolve for them.”


Get ready to be treated by horror icon Robert Englund in his anticipated film, ‘Fear Clinic,’ which is set to be released on Blu-ray and DVD on Febraruy 10, 2015 by Anchor Bay Entertainment. The highly anticipated and shocking movie, which is based ont he critically acclaimed and fan favorite 2009 FEARnet.com series, was directed by ‘Laid to Rest’ helmer, Robert G. Hall. In addition to the famed ‘Freddy Krueger’ star, ‘Fear Clinic’ also features Fiona Dourif, Angelina Armani, Thomas Dekker, Stone Sour and Slipknot lead vocalist Corey Taylor in his acting debut.

‘Fear Clinic,’ which was co-written by Hall and Aaron Drane, follows five survivors as they return to the title facility a year after they suffer a horrifying tragedy, as their trauma-induced phobias begin to re-emerge. They hope their visit to the clinic will lead them to find the answers they need to get cured.


Rob Hall’s Fear Clinic makes the leap from web series to feature film territory in 2015. Anchor Bay will release Fear Clinic (the movie) on DVD and Blu-ray February 10th.

The film made its festival debut at Screamfest this season.

Written by Aaron Drane and Hall and directed by Hall, the film stars Robert Englund, Fiona Dourif, and Thomas Dekker and features the acting debut of Stone Sour and Slipknot lead vocalist Corey Taylor.


Fear Clinic will be released on Blu-ray and DVD on February 10, 2015 by Anchor Bay Entertainment.

The shocker stars horror icon Robert “Freddy Krueger” Englund, Fiona Dourif, Angelina Armani, Thomas Dekker, as well as Stone Sour and Slipknot lead vocalist Corey Taylor in his acting debut, and is directed by Robert G. Hall (Lightning Bug, Laid to Rest, ChromeSkull: Laid To Rest II).

With blood-chilling special effects by award-winning FX creators Robert Kurtzman and Steve Johnson, Fear Clinic is said to take viewers on an unforgettable journey into the very soul of terror itself.