#28 – FEAR STREET Trilogy (2021)
Released July 2, 2021.
Available streaming on Netflix.
Directed by Leigh Janiak. Written by Kyle Killen, Phil Graziadei, from the book series by R.L. Stein.
Bonus Review: NOBODY SLEEPS IN THE WOODS TONIGHT (aka W LESLIE DZIS NIE ZASNIE NIKT, 2020)
Released October 20, 2020.
New streaming on Netflix.
Directed by Bartosz M. Kowalski. Written by Bartosz M. Kowalski, Jan Kwiecinski, Mirella Zaradkiewicz.
The Countdown So Far…
#28 – FEAR STREET Trilogy
#29 – WILLY’S WONDERLAND: https://youtu.be/i2f4a9518qc
#30 – FAKING A MURDERER: https://youtu.be/ycGzLJ4t3vw
#31 – FRIED BARRY: https://youtu.be/seoA_Q89qXA
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I agree with you on Fear Street Trilogy.. they peeked too soon.. and the other films became repetitive and cleaning up the other films messes. To be Frank- I don’t even remember how the trilogy ended!
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I completely agree. I really don’t remember whole segments of parts 2 and 3, but I loved all of the first movie.
I loved the Fear Street movies — all of them! They all brought me back to the 1980s, when it seemed like I could go see a brand new horror movie every week at the theater. Maybe nostalgia hooked me more than the story, but I really was involved with the characters right to very end. Loved it.
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Glad you liked the whole series. All of the films had great parts to them. For me, the first was the best. But coordinating the whole series shows a lot of promise in director Leigh Janiak. Thanks for watching!