The film tells the story of a minister who brings his family to a small Midwestern town
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Slash is making his debut as a movie producer with "Nothing Left To Fear." The rocker says the horror film tells the story of a minister who brings his family to a small Midwestern town.
Slash calls "Nothing Left To Fear" a "very haunting" and "somber" film that's character and story-driven instead of a blood-and-guts movie. He also says the approach is what attracted him to the project. The guitarist explains that the horror genre has moved away from suspense, and movies tend to be full of gore and shock value. But he says he prefers horror films that build fear through the things that aren't shown.
Slash adds that there's a real-life component to "Nothing Left To Fear," since the movie is based on the actual folklore of Stull, Kansas.
"Nothing Left To Fear" was featured at the Cannes Film Festival in France earlier this month, and was well received at the event. The rocker says he's been meeting with the distributor, and hopes to soon have a release date for the film.
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