The horror trilogy, coming to Netflix across three Fridays in July, is billed as the horror event of the season. The story, adapted from R. The three Fear Street films tell one overarching story across three time periods: the first is set in , where a series of undead serial killers start massacring a group of local teens; the second looks back at a camp massacre from ; and the final one takes the story to , to the origin of the legend of Sarah Fier, the hanged witch that has become the emblem of Shadyside. At the heart of this new trilogy of terror is a trio of young outsiders.
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Fear Street star Kiana Madeira loves a rule-breaking moment. As a kid, she found it in R. Stine's Goosebumps books , where even children weren't safe from fantastical horror and thrilling adventure. Now, at 28, she's the central force in Netflix's new Fear Street trilogy , adapted from Stine's novels, and is challenging entrenched stereotypes in the horror genre — all the while pulling off some deliciously dramatic twists. In Fear Street Part 1: , Kiana plays Deena, a '90s high schooler grieving the end of her relationship with Sam Olivia Scott Welch , who has recently departed Shadyside for the bright, crime-free town of Sunnyside. But the pair are dragged together once more after Sam comes in contact with the bones of a witch who has haunted Shadyside for three centuries, seemingly causing a series of brutal murders and demonic possessions.
Netflix's Fear Street film trilogy interweaves three horrific tales that explore the bloody legacy of a cursed town and the mythical witch behind it all. Adapted from R. Stine's pulpy Fear Street teen novels, the first film in the series, Fear Street: Part 1 - , mainly follows final girl Deena's quest to stop a surprising onslaught of killings in her hometown of Shadyside while trying to keep her ex-girlfriend -- who she is still painfully in love with -- alive. For fans of Part 1: who are hungry for more teen slashers created in the same flavor -- some meta-narrative, aptly timed laughs and a liberal bucket of blood in every scene -- here are eight modern slashers that will be sure to quench your bloodlust until Fear Street Part 2: debuts on July 9. At their gory hearts, each film is centered on survival and teenage angst. What starts off as a somber drama dealing with Max Taissa Farmiga processing guilt over her mother's death, turns into a nutty teen slasher comedy that sends Max and her friends into one of the horror movies that her mother starred in and challenges them to survive it. Filled with meta-comedy about how horror movies are supposed to work while also maintaining a charming emotional core, The Final Girls is for anyone who wants to see some blood and guts woven into a cathartic tale of grief that isn't afraid to take some narrative risks.