Eerie voices and the music Discussion Forum: Fanzone: Scare Tactics AND MTV's Fear: Eerie voices and the music
Brian Wright on Saturday, June 23, 2001 - 03:39 pm:

I have noticed that on a couple of episodes, you could here a eerie voice address a cast members by their name. Was this added in later or something the microphones picked up? Also wht happened to the creepy music from the originals. It made it better, especially if your alone in the dark.

By Kriss on Tuesday, June 26, 2001 - 06:30 am:

I'm not sure which voice you are referring to. Can you be more specific? I can tell you that the only thing added is music.

I'm not sure about the music thing either. I thought we always used Voodoo by Godsmack. Do you know anything specific about the music you are referring to? I dont know if this will help, but Jonas Larsen produced the first FEAR, and most of the ones in the first season. That might be why the music was different.

By Bmwright2 on Thursday, June 28, 2001 - 04:29 am:

There was an episode in the old military academy when one of the girls names was whispered, ever so lightly. The girl in question is the blonde with the "piercings". As far as the music, Voodoo and Awake by Godsmack are used. However, there was some extremely eerie music used in the first episode that made it about 3 times creepier.

By Kriss on Friday, June 29, 2001 - 02:15 am:

Hmm. I have no idea about the music, try the MTV website. Go to the FEAR page.

I will watch my tape of the show again and see if I can hear what you are referring to. Cool!

By Bmwright2 on Friday, June 29, 2001 - 06:39 pm:

MTV's FEAR page is extremely lame. Their information is muddled and cluttered.
There was another strange occurance I noticed at I beleive the plantation. Remember this is all based on memory. Near the end when they were all a cabin or something along those lines, they had to perform a ritual. All of a sudden the wind started howling and I could have swore I heard animal growls. That has always been known as a sign of Demonic activity.
I have just one more question, "Why does MTV practice age discrimination?"

By Daxx on Friday, June 29, 2001 - 11:18 pm:

Bmwright2, MTV needs young, still gullable minds at the FEAR sites. As you could imagine, MTV could not survive critical analytical thinkers on film comming up with a resonable explaination for the paranormal activity. I'm not saying there are no paranormal activities occuring on the show, however MTV needs all the irrational FEAR they can squeeze out of participants. They would not have anyone under 18 for legal reasons, and probability is that a 24+ would take the oppprtunity on FEAR too seriously. I would love to be on the show, but I'm quite over 23 and I would be too serious for them. (plus they would owe me 5000.00 dollars at the end of the show..)

By Dawn on Wednesday, August 22, 2001 - 01:13 am:

Also, you should look at the demographics the CHANNEL MTV is trying to reach..

you got it, 15-23 year olds..

It's really too bad.. I would have liked to have tried out, but I'm 24. :(

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