The movie Phobia (1980) is a Canadian horror-thriller film directed by John Huston. The story revolves around Dr. Peter Ross, a psychiatrist who introduces a radical new therapy to help his patients overcome their phobias. However, things take a dark turn when his patients start being murdered, each according to their individual fears.
Dr. Ross tests his therapy on five patients, each struggling with different phobias such as heights, crowded places, enclosed spaces, men, and snakes. The movie Phobia (1980) delves into the psychological depths of these characters as they confront their deepest fears.
As the therapy progresses, the patients’ lives are thrown into chaos when they become targets of an unknown assailant. The murders are carried out in ways that directly relate to their specific phobias, intensifying the terror and suspense.
Dr. Ross finds himself under suspicion as the murders continue, and he must race against time to uncover the identity of the killer and put an end to the horrifying spree. The film explores themes of fear, trust, and the consequences of delving into the human psyche.
- Paul Michael Glaser as Dr. Peter Ross
- Susan Hogan as Laura
- John Colicos as Det. Sgt. Sid Rourke
– The movie Phobia (1980) is a Canadian horror-thriller film directed by John Huston.
– The film explores the theme of phobias and their deadly consequences.
– Phobia (1980) is also known as “The Hidden Room”.