Fear Street Part 1: 1994 (2021) 720p

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Horror | Mystery
Frame Rate:
24 fps
English 2.0  
Run Time:
105 min
IMDB Rating:
7 / 10 
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Directors: Leigh Janiak [Director] ,

Movie Description:
A circle of teenage friends accidentally encounter the ancient evil responsible for a series of brutal murders that have plagued their town for over 300 years. Welcome to Shadyside.


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    Kazuhiko Sagawa returns from the USA to Tokyo and immediately travels to the countryside in a stormy night to see his fiancee Y?ko Nonomura in an isolated house in the woods. Her mother Shidu Nonomura tells that Y?ko died in a car accident two weeks ago. Kazuhiko spends the night in the house and during the night he overhears and sees Y?ko in the nearby cemetery. A couple of days later, his sister Keiko Sagawa convinces her fiance Hiroshi Takagi to seek her brother out at Y?ko's house where they disclose the mystery of the Nonomura's family. —Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil


Characters were so unlikeable

Were we meant to hate everyone in the movie? Was that intentional?

Popular songs used in the background in a desperate attempt to make something about the movie seem good.

Awful disappointment.

Fear Street: 2021

-Some great 90s music but horribly used.

-felt like a kids movie but had random gore.

-Kids acted like we're living in 2021 and the film felt like it was set in 2021.

-Acting was so bad. No sense of panic from the characters or emotions after death. Felt like they just grabbed some kids out from the nearest high school drama class and used random teachers as the sheriffs.

-While the three older characters in the movie at least looked like teenagers the nerdy computer kid looked about 12 and felt really out of place. And you know there's no way he'd be listening to Maiden and scoring his sister's friend in real life.

-Story was all over the place and ended up just being boring....The list goes on and on.

Neon Lighting isn't Style

Gave this one a shot as I was kinda excited about the new horror trilogy promoted on Netflix and it's off to a bad start. The opening scene was the strongest part of the movie, good horror tropes and cliches that worked. Then the story began to form and got introduced to the rag tag group of teenagers and all their melodrama (And not good melodrama, reality tv badly scripted melodrama). This movie could have been interesting but they really half arsed the whole 1994 setting as the only 90s thing was the soundtrack and the AOL chat. I'll give part 2 a chance as people seem to enjoy it more! Hoping they commit to more horror tropes and have some fun with it!
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