Fear Street Trilogy

Fear Street Part Three: 1666 – Review

The final chapter in the Fear Street Trilogy is not at all what I was expecting. It is more thriller and less horror, but still has plenty of the latter that fill the runtime that is Fear Street Part 3: 1666. The world building that has taken place over two films is finally realized as we are brought to the original settlement that is now Shadyside. I was briefly, and I do mean briefly, brought ou...[Read More]

Fear Street Part 3: 1666 – Trailer

The origins of Sarah Fier’s curse are finally revealed as history comes full circle on a night that changes the lives of Shadysiders forever. Trilogy Logline: In 1994, a group of teenagers discover the terrifying events that have haunted their town for generations may all be connected — and they may be the next targets. Based on R.L. Stine’s best-selling horror series, FEAR STREET follows Shadysid...[Read More]

Fear Street Part 2: 1978

In my review for Fear Street Part 1: 1994 I admitted I am not a huge horror fan. However, I did really enjoy the 90s slasher feel it brought to the table. Just before the credits rolled a sneak peak played for Fear Street Part 2: 1978 which pumped me up for the sequel and… I was right to be. Fear Street Part 2: 1978 successfully captured that late 70s vibe and has an even better soundtrack than th...[Read More]

Fear Street Part Two: 1978

FEAR STREET PART 2: 1978 Shadyside, 1978. School’s out for summer and the activities at Camp Nightwing are about to begin. But when another Shadysider is possessed with the urge to kill, the fun in the sun becomes a gruesome fight for survival.

Fear Street Part 2: 1978 – Trailer

Watch the trailer second part for the Fear Street Trilogy coming this Friday to Netflix. Read our review of Fear Street Part One: 1994. Synopsis: FEAR STREET PART 2: 1978 Shadyside, 1978. School’s out for summer and the activities at Camp Nightwing are about to begin. But when another Shadysider is possessed with the urge to kill, the fun in the sun becomes a gruesome fight for survival.

Fear Street Part One: 1994 – Review

Let me preface this review by stating the first entry in the Fear Street trilogy was not what I was expecting. Not having read the books, I went into Fear Street Part One: 1994 expecting a more mature R.L. Stine horror than the Goosebumps series, and what I got was a full-on gore filled horror movie. Leigh Janiak has a great visual eye and directs the story she co-wrote with Phil Graziadei with so...[Read More]

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