In A Fantastic Fear of Everything, Simon Pegg stars as a children’s author turned crime novelist. His research into the lives of Victorian era serial killers begins to turn him into a paranoid wreck. It gets all the more twisted when a Hollywood executive decides that he wants to make a film out of Pegg’s findings.
The movie is billed as a “psycho comedy,” which isn’t the most well-known genre out there, but seems like a pretty apt description.
At the moment there is no scheduled release date for the film but we do know that it was written and c0-directed by Crispian Mills (Chris Hopewell also directed).