Fear Street: 1666

Fear Street: 1666 β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜…

Thomas is a mindless drunk, nothing more.

I don’t appreciate Leigh Janiak coming for me like this πŸ˜‚

This is easily the best of the trilogy. It may get a bit overstuffed when it has to get back to the present day, but it’s such a satisfying conclusion to the story that I didn’t mind. In fact, I think the film actually benefitted from having to tell a shorter story in the beginning to leave room for the finale.Β The 1666 story was concise and compelling, and all of the actors did a fine job of bringing it to life along with great set design and costuming.Β 

The conclusion made me appreciate the first film a bit more and I was ecstatic to see Darrel Britt-Gibson become an actual character. This was a pretty interesting concept and though the execution was a bit clunky, it all came together in the end to form an awesome trilogy.Β 

Gillian Jacobs wearing a white shirt under black light in a neon mall is *chef’s kiss* cinema.

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