Phobia – aka Tales of Phobia – is a 2017 British/Italian horror anthology film produced by Tony Newton (Grindsploitation: The Movie; Virus of the Dead) and Domiziano Cristopharo (Red Krokodil; Sacrifice) for Vestra Pictures and Enchanted Architect, in collaboration with Trash Art Pictures. The film delves into the horrors of an individual phobia via each segment.
Artsploitation has acquired the U.S. and Canadian rights and the film is scheduled for DVD and VOD release in May 2018.
The featured directors and phobias are:
Michael J. Epstein (USA) – Somniphobia: Fear of sleep
Domiziano Cristopharo (Italy) – Mageirocophobia: Fear of cooking
Poison Rouge (Italy) – Misophobia: Fear of bacteria
Chris Milewski (USA) – Pharmacophobia: Fear of taking medicine
Sam Mason Bell (UK) – Oneirophobia: Fear of dreams
Alessandro Giordani (Italy) – Astrophobia: Fear of stars or celestial space
Jason Impey (UK) – Achluophobia: Fear of darkness
Alessandro Redaelli (Italy) – Parthenophobia: Fear of virgins or young girls
Sunny King (Nigeria) – Nychtohobia: Fear of night
Rob Ulitski (UK) – Gerascophobia – Fear of growing old
Lorenzo Zanonin and Alessandro Sisti (Italy) – Caetophobia: Fear of hairs
Davide Pesca (Italy) – Hemophobia: Fear of blood
Jackson Batchelor (UK) – Politicophobia: Fear of Politics
Dustin Ferguson (USA) – Mazeophobia: Fear of being lost
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