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Fear Street: Part Three – 1666 is a Fitting Ending [Review]

Out of the entire Fear Street series, Part Three – 1666 was the most intriguing, at face value. This time period remains curiously under-explored in horror, particularly recently, aside from Robert Eg...

Fear Street Part Two – 1978 is a Major Step Up From Part 1 [Review]

Fear Street: Part Two – 1978, in keeping with its predecessor, kicks off with yet another obnoxious needle drop. This one, “The Man Who Sold the World,” from Nirvana’s beloved MTV Unplugged appearance...

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Fear Street Part 1: 1994 Tries to Do Too Much [Review]

Fear Street Part 1: 1994 arrives heavy with expectation. A loose adaptation of the beloved R.L. Stine teen novel series of the same name – a more grown-up accompaniment to Goosebumps – this first inst...