The second entry in the Fear Street Trilogy, 1978 is darker, bloodier and leaves us with the feeling of helplessness.
A Reason to Like Horror Again 4.5/5 Fear Street Part One: 1994 launched on Netflix on July 2, 2021. A three part film story, 1994 delivers the groundwork of a classic horror trilogy. Although not a direct adaptation of R.L. Stein’s books, he praised Netflix’s creative team as they “captured the essence of them.” […]
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