Fear No Evil: An Original Film by Bear Brown is coming, and the teaser is up on the Alaskan Bush People star‘s Instagram. It is everything you want it to be. And so much more!
As often as we cover the Browns here on Outsider, it’s a big ol’ bummer that Bear has his Instagram set to private. But on no occasion has this been a bigger bummer than right now. In a perfect world, we could showcase “Fear No Evil an original film by Bear Brown” (as the star captions his post) here on this very page. But alas, his private account does not allow for sharing. And so we are left with the humble task of linking you out to his page. Which we will!
But first, the Alaskan Bush People Gods are smiling this day. For today, a typical Monday has been transformed into the day the world learns The King of Extreme himself is working on his very own short film! We’re excited, to say the least.
In light of Bear’s Instagram settings, transcribing Bear Brown’s posts for Outsider has become a sort of artform. In a recent article, we attempted to describe Bear’s identifying with a sole, shriveled weed through a similar photograph.
For this trailer, however, I cannot recommend enough that you watch it for yourself. And you can do so right here once you follow the Alaskan Bush People star on Instagram. It will be worth it!
‘Alaskan Bush People’: Bear Brown’s ‘Fear No Evil’ Changes Everything
We Outsiders are incredibly curious to know what Bear Brown is up to with this short film of his. Isn’t that the entire point of a teaser to begin with? Here, Bear succeeds with flying colors!
And what a teaser it is. Within, Bear stands with his back to the camera. The night sky flashes with lighting as he watches on, unflinching. Then, the film’s title appears…. FEAR NO EVIL.
As it does, a pitch-perfect voiceover thunders into the viewer’s soundscape. It is, undoubtedly, Bear Brown grizzling his title, and we absolutely love him for it.
Bear is an incredibly creative young man. As such, Fear No Evil is sure to be a worthwhile venture.
Hopefully, Fear No Evil (love that title, too) is serving as a constructive distraction for Bear, too. As someone who also lost their father and hero recently, this author identifies heavily with Brown’s struggle in life-after-dad. It’s painful enough to experience, but to watch someone else go through it as Father’s Days continue to pass is almost worse.
Here’s to hoping we get to see the fruits of Bear’s labors sooner rather than later. In the meantime, don’t forget to follow him on Instagram and view his trailer. You won’t regret it!