This is not a bad little movie. Usually these types of movies come out and are just plain awful. I mean, who the heck even watches those crappy b and c films. However, "Fear Pharm" stands a bit above the others as not only does it have a legit looking movie box, but its actually a decent film. The critic quote on the box says something like " Texas Chainsaw Massacre vibe with a kind of Rob Zombie feel". It's like they were a little nervous to take out the words "vibe", Kind of", and "feel" when, to me, it actually was more reminiscent than i thought of both of those references. The chainsaw wielding maniac is pretty creepy with his barbed wire mask and his stand still stance. It gives you the creeps as one of our protagonists approach the villain in the corn maze after turning a corner and suddenly seeing him standing there, chainsaw idling in hand. Also, the ice cream truck part was pretty creepy and did have a "sort of rob zombieish feel". There was some comedic moments between the villains that I thought was clever and the acting wasn't all that bad. Except for maybe the kid "Rustin". There is also a nice and creepy ending to go with it. It all feels quite halloweenish and the production values are quite good. You can clearly tell this is a talented director and you can expect more from him.