Is fear a human instinct or just an emotion? If you’re looking forward to raising your fear senses, The Fear Street Trilogy could be your next stop. The movie has rocked the core of horror classics on Netflix with its grand entry in 2021. Horror classics have always been one of the best genres to attract a fanbase. Then again if a horror movie is released as a trilogy, it sure stirs up interest. The same heated the enthusiasm of R.L Stine’s Fear Street book series fans towards the latest Netflix movie trilogy The Fear Street.
The Fear Street Part One: 1994
We start our journey through a group of friends from the off-putting town of Shadyside revolting against their neighboring town, the prosperous Sunnyside. Set in 1994, a psycho massacre intrigues their interests in the same incidents that happened in the past following centuries-old stories of witches and curses. This is just the plot summary, the movie is filled with supernatural creatures, deadly killings, narrow escapes, and nerve-breaking moments. The first part of Fear Street ends on a thrilling new find- a survivor from the past and hopes to fight the battle.
The Fear Street Part Two: 1978
Taking us back to a camp, where the only known survivor of the curse and deadly attacks first witnessed the killing spree, this part reveals more violence in a completely different set of The Fear Street Trilogy. Again ending on a cliffhanger, the movie is successful in routing the viewers to the witch’s story, the final part, where it all began.
The Fear Street Part Three: 1666
Exploring a centuries-old setting, the finale of the trilogy also holds a brilliant experience for the viewers as we sink into the depths of the real truth. The friends finally solve the mystery and succeed in restoring the charm of Shadyside reversing the effect on Sunnyside, as it happened in 1666.
The Fear Street Trilogy is certainly praiseworthy portraying not only horror but all human emotions, happiness, anger, frustration, love and goes on to explore relationships, friendship and companionship. Identifying with LGBTQIA+ relationships and their struggles in olden times, along with appropriate transformations in each timeline in each part, The Fear Street Trilogy presented by the 20th Century Studios and director Leigh Janiak has a special appeal to it. The performances of the actors in both main and supporting roles are also noteworthy.
The Fear Street Trilogy Cast
Kiana Madeira, Olivia Scott Welch, Ashley Zukerman, Benjamin Flores Jr., Fred Hechinger, Sadie Sink, Gillian Jacobs, and Julia Rehwald among others are the stars of The Fear Street Trilogy.