Simon Pegg takes the lead in A Fantastic Fear of Everything, the first film to benefit from investment from Pinewood Studios and the feature debut of Crispian Mills and Chris Hopewell.
The film takes us through the downward spiral of paranoia and delusions in the most terrifying laundrette in the world through the eyes of Pegg’s character Jack, a writer whose research into Victorian serial killers begins to leak into his everyday life.
I sat down with the actor last week to talk over the state of British films and how to get into the warped mind of Jack without losing his own.
You can see my interview with the directors here and my review will be up on the site shortly.
Here’s Monsieur Pegg,