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  • Actors: Margherita Donato, Valerie Womack, Marie Zydek, Andressa Ester, Christian Garon
  • Writers: Mick Garris
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Box set, Closed-captioned, Collector's Edition, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Lions Gate
  • DVD Release Date: September 15, 2009
  • Run Time: 43 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (51 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002EP8FDI
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #12,176 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Fear Itself: Season 1" on IMDb

Special Features

  • Every episode includes a ”Recipe for Fear” - a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the episode plus an interview with the director.

Editorial Reviews

Terror has a new name: Fear Itself! A 13-episode suspense and horror anthology series, Fear Itself takes horror to shocking new heights with its mix of mind-bending stories, spine-tingling chills, and top Hollywood talent including acclaimed directors John Landis (AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON), Darren Lynn Bousman (SAW II, SAW III and SAW IV) and Ronny Yu (BRIDE OF CHUCKY); actors Brandon Routh (SUPERMAN RETURNS), Shiri Appleby (CHARLIE WILSON'S WAR), Elisabeth Moss (Mad Men), Cynthia Watros (Lost), Eric Roberts (Heroes) and John Billingsley (Star Trek: Enterprise); and writers Joe Gangemi (WIND CHILL, The novel Inamorata), Steve Niles (30 DAYS OF NIGHT) and Dan Knauf (Carniv…le, Supernatural).

Customer Reviews

It is really a good series and some excellant stories.
SPOOKED-this one is about a cop who once did some very bad things to some bad people and because of that lost his job.
I quickly added it to my DVR programming, and eagerly awaited the next episode each week.
Kevin Pepper

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58 of 65 people found the following review helpful By Mark Turner on September 8, 2009
Format: DVD
A few years ago Showtime came across an idea that seemed to bear mixed fruit. The series was called MASTERS OF HORROR and what it did was take some of the top directors in the horror genre (including John Carpenter, John Landis and Stuart Gordon) and give them the opportunity to make an hour long horror piece of their choosing. Some resulted in truly inspired takes while others fell flat, like most episodes.

After a two year run the makers of the series took it to network TV at NBC and changed the name to FEAR ITSELF. The gore quotient dropped and of course most of the nudity as well, but the same idea and some of the same directors continued on. As with most anthology series, the episodes went up and down, good and bad. But for the most part, each and every participant delivered the goods.

This week Lionsgate is releasing the entire series of FEAR ITSELF on DVD. The series comes in an appropriate box shaped like a tombstone and the four discs included have some great things to offer scare fans. Consider it an early Halloween present.

The 13 episodes should find something for everyone from atmospheric pieces to out and out blood curdling, scream inducing chills. Directors include Stuart Gordon (THE RE-ANIMATOR), Mary Harron (AMERICAN PSHCHO), John Landis (AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON) and several others. Rather than discuss each one, here is the best and the worst.

Of the 13 the weakest was an entry called CHANCE starring Ethan Embry. It tells the tale of a man driven by failure and poverty to make a decision that results in catastrophe. When Chance (the character's name) tries to sell an antique pot to a dealer, he discovers he's been had having paid much more than the dealer is willing to offer.
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40 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Donald J. Wurzelbacher on October 13, 2009
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"Fear Itself" aired on NBC for a short time and did not finish its 13 episode run but it is very well written and I was sorry not to have seen every episode yet. But it does make it fun to watch the DVD set now. The main thing I want to let everyone know is to beware of the packaging it comes in. First of all these are four double-sided disks. I never liked double disks because they scratch very easily, it's difficult to tell which side you're on, and it's easy to put finger prints on them. Also, they are more likely to have problems playing on a DVD player. Simply put, they are very cheap. Secondly is that they packaged in such a way that the double sided disks actually are placed on top of each other with nothing at all protecting them. That is extremely irresponsible of the manufacturer and shows how little they care for their customers. Upon receiving my set I immediately rectified the problem myself, hoping that it's not too late already considering that they could already be scratched. I put each of the four disks in their own slimline DVD case and then got on the computer and made my own DVD label for the series. Then I put the four cases in the bottom cardboard part of the original set because they fit perfectly inside of it. I strongly recommend that everyone do the same. I think you may be sorry if you don't. Although I enjoy the series, I am giving it only 2 stars because the packaging is horrendous and inexcusable. I've never yet seen packaging this bad and I've bought many DVD sets in my time.
As for the show itself, it's actually season 3 of "Masters of Horror" just moved from SHOWTIME to NBC so the stories had to be shortened for commerecials and the nudity was taken out and the blood and gore was lessened. But that's fine with me. Horror does not mean lots of splattered blood. Horror should give you some chills, give you an unexpected shock. That's what some of these stories do. If you enjoy horror I think you should try this out.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By fmwaalex VINE VOICE on October 12, 2009
Format: DVD

This is the now gone and cancelled series that once was called "The Masters of Horror" on Showtime, they cancelled and on to NBC I believe it was we were treated to this. You could call it MOH season 3 or by its actual title "Fear It'Self" but what ever you call it once more it is great. Creator Mick Garris continued what he was doing with the original show by having well known directors and writers do the episodes, I wish it would have been renewed. To me there is no better way to tell a story as far as TV is concerned then in the anthology format. It seems more fun to have a completely different story every week, really is there any type of show that is better?

The DVD release is kind of a mixed bag since the DVD placement is weird; it is one of those flip side style releases with episodes on each side. The thing is all four of the discs are put on top of each other with nothing in between, two on the right side of the case and two on the left so the packaging could use some work. Also another kinda weird thing is that the episodes are not put in the order they appeared on TV, but that is not really a big deal since you get every episode including those that were not aired. There is a little something here for everyone from the non stop bloody to the more ghostly like tales, I am pleased with all although some more than others.


EATER-this is a personal favorite of mine about a cannibalistic serial killer who is finally appended by the police. Thing is he as the ability to become who ever he eats if he eats their heart before it stops beating. This one is full of suspense and blood and is very very entertaining.
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Does this "Fear Itself" collection have English subtitles (SDH)?
Sorry to say: no it does not. There's no setup options at all, just an episode selection as the main screen, then 1-6 scene selection for the episode screen (oddly enough, it doesn't even have a "play now" button, you literally have to choose scene 1 in order to start the episode) and... Read More
Oct 21, 2009 by Kerigman |  See all 3 posts
any different than tv versions
it's the same as the broadcast versions.
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