Fear Street: 1666 (2021) Movie Review, Details, Trailer and Release Date

Fear Street: 1666 is a 2021 horror film directed by Leigh Janiak and starring Kiana Madeira, Olivia Scott Welch and Ashley Zukerman.

Fear Street: 1666 is the third part of the Fear Street trilogy from Netflix. This time we dive deep into the past and find out the origin of the cruel curse that caused plenty of bloodshed in the previous films.

Fear Street: 1666 (2021) Movie Info

Also known as: Fear Street Part Three: 1666
Rating: R (Strong Violence and Gore|Brief Drug Use|Some Sexuality|Language)
Genre: Horror, Mystery
Original Language: English
Director: Leigh Janiak
Producer: Peter Chernin, David Ready
Writer: Phil Graziadei, Leigh Janiak
Release Date (Streaming): Jul 16, 2021
Runtime: 1h 52m
Production Co: Chernin Entertainment

Current Trailer for Fear Street: 1666

FEAR STREET PART 3: 1666 | Official Trailer | Netflix

Complete plot and information about Fear Street: 1666

After the epic Fear Street story has already stopped in 1994 and 1978, the finale of the Netflix trilogy takes you even further back in time. In 1666, a terrible witch hunt occurs in the colony of Union. Out of fear, the inhabitants:inside decide to burn Sarah Fier (Kiana Madeira) and Hannah Miller (Olivia Scott Welch) at the stake.

The second part of the film is again set in 1994. Deena (Kiana Madeira) and Samantha (Olivia Scott Welch) do everything they can to bring justice after all these years. There is a certain reason why the people from Shadyside are getting worse and those from Sunnyvale are getting better. Deena and Samantha want to break this curse for good.

Background and info about Fear Street: 1666

Fear Street: 1666 is based on the book series of the same name by R.L. Stine and is the third part of the Fear Street trilogy, which was completely staged by director Leigh Janiak. The film was released on Netflix on July 16, 2021, one week after the second part and two weeks after the first.

Originally, the Fear Street trilogy was scheduled to hit theaters in 2020, each film a month apart from its predecessor. However, due to the Corona pandemic, this plan could not be implemented. In August 2020, Netflix secured worldwide rights to the entire trilogy.

In the finale of the Fear Street trilogy, the storylines of the previous films, Fear Street: 1994 and Fear Street: 1978, converge. What makes it special is that the actors:ins from the first two parts are also seen in 1666, playing roles that mirror their characters from the other time periods. (MH)

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