Directed by: Leigh Janiak
Written by: Phil Graziadei, Leigh Janiak, Kate Trefry.
Starring: Kiana Madeira, Ashley Zukerman, Gillian Jacobs, Olivia Scott Welch, Elizabeth Scopel, Benjamin Flores Jr., Sadie Sink, Randy Havens, and many other casting which are not in the main casting list.
Day 17 of the Netflix October Horror Calendar and this time it is the final instalment of the Fear Street trilogy, this time focusing on the origin of where it all started, 1666.
Following Part One, and Part Two of Fear Street, this film takes us back to where the horror and curses originated, with the witch, Sarah Fier, and the curses she left are finally revealed as history unveils itself on a night which changes Shadyside forever.
This is the first time watching this final film from the trilogy and although I liked the conclusion of this instalment, which tied up a lot of lose ends and many questions I felt it was a little too predictable in a way of what was going to happen.
Although the film showed viewers what happened to Sarah Fier and why she cursed the town, I found I enjoyed the second film better, but overall the conclusion did answer a lot of questions.
The production, casting, locations and costumes were great for the timeline of events, but I struggled with the accents and could not decide whether the cast were trying to be Irish?
Overall, a great film, with a great setting and the casting was spot on too, the costumes and acting were great and certainly made me feel like it was a film from the 1600s, not to mention the horror scene in the church with the Pastor – that was incredibly unnerving and gave me a shock.
I rate this film 4.5 stars
The trilogies, Part One: 1994, Part two: 1978, and Part three: 1666 are all available to stream now on Netflix.