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Two ‘Stage Fright’ Clips Hope to Tickle Your Funny Bone

Stage Fright
They won’t.

Easily the most disappointing horror film of the year thus far (read Patrick’s review), Magnet Releasing shared two new clips to go along with the opening 10 minutes of Jerome Sable’s musical horror comedy Stage Fright, which is now available on iTunes and On Demand, following with a theatrical release on May 9.

Starry-eyed teenager Camilla Swanson wants to follow in her mother’s footsteps and become a Broadway diva, but she’s stuck working in the kitchen of a snobby performing arts camp. Determined to change her destiny, she sneaks in to audition for the summer showcase and lands a lead role in the play, but just as rehearsals begin, blood starts to spill, and Camilla soon finds herself terrified by the horror of musical theatre.

Fright, described as Scream meets “Glee,” is the feature film debut of writer-director Jerome Sable, director of the award-winning short, “The Legend of Beaver Dam.” Allie MacDonald and Douglas Smith star with Minnie Driver and Meat Loaf.



  • djblack1313

    and yet you rave over lousy V/H/S? this movie wasn’t amazing but it was fun and it was a trillion times better than that schlock called V/H/S.

  • AkumajoBelmont

    I liked VHS, but gotta agree, I loved Stage Fright. It was fun, the music neat, and it had some gold one-liners. I enjoyed it enough to watch it twice.

    I still take issue with the BD Review of Lord of Tears though. I caught that on VOD, and it was the biggest disappointment of the year for me. An awesome concept and creepy setting let down by some absolutely abominable acting. The protagonist is perhaps the worst lead in a film that I’ve seen for quite some time. I understand everybody has different tastes, but the performances and writing were so atrocious that I find it hard to fathom how anyone could have seen anything in the movie that could have redeemed it.

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