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Fear Street Part One: 1994


So see you next week! The film focuses on special effects to try making up for the pathetic writing but it didn't work for me.

This isn't nostalgia; it's cheap, it's cynical, and it's irritating, especially when it's the only thing the film gets even remotely right about the time period it's meant to take place in.


Fear Street Part 1: 1994 Review


It takes a little bit longer third time around for Fear Street to find its groove, this particular period setting not as much of an obvious or comfortable fit for Stine and Janiak, at least initially.

During a vigil for the mall victims, Sam gets hit by a car and while  in the hospital, becomes possessed by a vision of Sarah Fier just before her boyfriend Peter Jeremy Ford and several hospital staff are murdered by one of the mall killers.



The films do so quite skillfully with a recurring cast of actors most of whom assume the same roles in each installment, the obvious exception being the 1666 segment.

I didn't watch any of the trailers and didn't even read the synopsis because I wanted to go in fresh without knowing the storyline.



Younger teens will look at these films like the foreboding high diving board, walking close to the edge and maybe, with friends, having the guts to jump off.






Fear Street Part 3: 1666 review



‘Fear Street’ Movie Review: Netflix’s R.L. Stine Trilogy




Together, they must team up to stop a home invader who kills entire families in the light of each new full moon.

In the last film, Fear Street Part Three: 1666, the audience learns the story of Sarah Fier and finds out what the teens will do to save the town.

Never did it feel like it was actually set in the 90s not even when they shoved 20 90s songs a lot of which were released after 1994 down our throats in the first 20 minutes.


[Review] FEAR STREET PART 1: 1994 is A Spooky First Taste of the Trilogy


Felt like they just grabbed some kids out from the nearest high school drama class and used random teachers as the sheriffs.



A weird house on Fear Street or someone goes missing on Fear Street, etc.


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Though I'm not so sure summer camp kids back then were listening to the Velvet Underground's "Sweet Jane," but I get the connection because the '94 film has the ubiquitous Cowboy Junkies remake.
Show more In FEAR STREET PART THREE: 1666, Deena learns of the beginnings of Sarah Fier and the curse that has hung over Shadyside for centuries.
I'm a huge horror fan, but I don't think of myself as super serious about the genre.

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