The full moon casts an eerie glow over your childhood frame huddled on the stairs. Your breath comes in short, shallow bursts as you try not to catch your parents’ attention. The clock struck midnight a while ago and you should be in bed. Instead, you hang back in the dark and watch, enthralled, as another great horror double bill plays out on the TV screen below.
Remember those days? Want them back again? Now you can!
Fragments of Fear arrived in a small pub down a side street in Brighton one cold winter’s night. Fuelled by our love for great stories, and the horror films of our youth, we wanted to bring those terrifying tales back with a modern twist.
From a dark and foreboding subterranean vault, a series of otherworldly narrators lead the viewer through tales of terror, horror, and suspense, offering a dark and disturbing take on Jackanory meets Tales from the Crypt.
We know incredible writers and amazing actors, both legendary and rising. We wanted to bring them both together on the screen, and employ established and breakthrough directors, editors, and production crew to tell these twisted and contemporary stories to chill and thrill you.
Fragments of Fear is 13 episodes that feature brand new horror stories.
Who We Are
She is also an entrepreneur, producer, writer, DJ, performer, and an accomplished makeup artist inspired by a fascination with the dark and macabre. Beginning her makeup career in the fashion industry, an abiding love of the horror genre saw her quickly transition to theatre, television and film, with an emphasis on special effects and prosthetics.
Her makeup credits include the film Meat Market, theatrical productions Hedwig and the Angry Inch, Old Times and Far Away, and she serves as principal makeup designer for Fragments of Fear.
Also an accomplished artist, working in a variety of mixed media, her artwork has been exhibited internationally. She narrates several stories on the show.
He was a key authority in the world of horror journalism, broadcasting and events. As the UK correspondent for Rue Morgue he contributed to the world’s biggest selling horror magazine and as a columnist for Haunted After Dark his work reached an audience of over 60,000 subscribers per issue.
In his capacity as founder of the Classic Horror Campaign Richard produced, promoted and hosted highly successful film events in Brighton and London and was a regular guest at UK and International horror and fantasy conventions as both exhibitor and judging panel member.
In addition to the above Richard published genre magazines like Space Monsters, Monster Mag, and the Official Caroline Munro Poster Mag, and appeared on radio and BBC TV as a horror expert. He also narrated several episodes of Fragments of Fear.
- Bond and Hammer Horror icon Caroline Munro
- Award-winning actress and producer Emma Dark
- Rising scream queen Dani Thompson
- Amazon best-selling author Sara Brooke
- Well-known writer John Forth
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Find Out More
Click here to find out what scares author Sara Brooke the most? We go in depth and discover more about the brains behind Fragments of Fear terror tale The Dark House in this candid chat.
Click here as we take you on a backstage tour of Emporium – our favourite Brighton cafe haunt, and also the setting for a good chilling chunk of Fragments of Fear filming.
Click here to check out what Fragments of Fear plans to do in 2016, and how YOU can be a part of it.