1994 Fear Street Part 1 Review
Director: Leigh Janiak
Genre(s): Mystery, Horror
Rating: Not Rated
Runtime: 107 min
PLOT:- A circle of teenage friends accidentally encounters the ancient evil responsible for a series of brutal murders that have plagued their town for over 300 years. Welcome to Shadyside.
Fear Street Part 1: 1994 is a hoot of a thriller. Motivated by RL Stine’s books without being a transformation of anyone, Leigh Janiak’s three-panel painting will follow the powerful history of one humble community for more than three centuries.
The result is full-on horror fun, satisfyingly bloody (but not grotty)
The principal section of a three-section story, Fear Street Part One: 1994 is a powerful story of two urban communities.
Fear Street Part 1: 1994 Review
Fear Street ’94 isn’t actually scary, so it’s not one for hardcore horror purists who might find themselves craving the original ‘90s teen slashers the movie is aping.
94 Fear Street is the rarest kind of audacious Hollywood gamble: the kind that, at least after chapter one, appears to have actually paid off.
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Fr Street Part 1
Fear Street Part 1: 1994 is available to stream on Netflix from July 2.
Fear Street ‘94 is a loving tribute to a particular era, which manages to avoid cynicism in part due to a talented young cast it’s a pleasure to spend time with. And even better, we only have to wait a week to see what happens next.
Balancing the Scooby group is Deena’s geeky younger sibling Josh (Benjamin Flores Jr.), whose reserve of old news sections including murder and witches proves to be useful; and “junkies” Kate (Julia Rehwald) and Simon (Fred Hechinger), who sell pills simply meanwhile, before they leave “Shittyside.”