nico’s review published on Letterboxd:
Finally watched the ending to the Fear Street thrilogy and in this journey to the 1666 I found myself amazingly surprised. I think this last entrie was my favourite. Mainly, beacause it's not centered in the whole concept of the 'nostalgia' factor that they tried to achieved in the first two. Don't get me wrong, Nostalgia is kind of my favourite feeling but I didn't even feel it as I watched Fear Street Part 1 and 2 so it was nice that they left it aside for the last film, even though there is a big part of the movie set in the 90's but anyways it was amazing how everything turned out to be at the end. I mean, to me these movies aren't a big masterpiece like they are for some people but I really had a great time watching them and what can I say? Anything that it's tagged as slasher I will eat it the fuck up. Queer representation in horror and cops beins useless and the representation of Evil will always work for me.
Goode is evil,
as soon as I understood that punchline I was sold.