REVIEW: FEAR STREET PART THREE: 1666 (2021)

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Publish Date : 2021-12-09


REVIEW: FEAR STREET PART THREE: 1666 (2021)

FEAR STREET PART THREE: 1666 (2021) Designed as a trilogy with each story being released,Weekly in succession by Netflix , the Fear Street film series concludes its journey with the release of Fear Street Part Three: 1666 . With a script written by the director of this film, Leigh Janiak , along with Phil Graziadei and Kate Trefry , Fear Street Part Three: 1666 will take audiences further into the past to delve deeply into the story of a woman named Sarah Fier ( Elizabeth Scopel).) who was executed for his alleged sorcery abilities. It is said, in a settlement known as Union - which will in the future develop into the modern city of Sunnyvale and Shadyside, a mysterious force causes food to rot, livestock die, and, ultimately, Pastor Cyrus Miller ( Michael Chandler ) is found to have kill his students. Panicked, the Union citizens begin to gather and decide that the strange occurrences that befell them are the result of witchcraft. The residents' panic is then used by a young man named Caleb ( Jeremy Ford ) to take revenge on Sarah Fier and Hannah Miller ( Olivia Scott Welch ) who once humiliated him.

As the closing part of a trilogy, Fear Street Part Three: 1666 indeed serves as a part that can fully explain the myth of the character Sarah Fier which is a crucial part of the mystery story that this film series carried from the beginning as well as providing a resolution to the conflict that still has to be done. faced by the characters in the storyline of Fear Street Part Three: 1994 . It is not surprising that, with a story duration of 114 minutes, Fear Street Part Three: 1666 was then further divided into two parts, Fear Street Part Three: 1666 and Fear Street Part One: 1994 – Part 2 . The story of the myth about the character of Sarah Fier inFear Street Part Three: 1666 is presented by using a number of themes and conflicts that are almost similar to the themes and conflicts of the previous two films to emphasize the parallel nature and common threads of the three timelines in this film series.

The story about the "witch hunt" presented by Janiak, Graziadei, and Trefry in this section is packaged in an interesting way. Although there are minimal slasher and horror scenes that dominate the previous two films, the intrigue that takes place between each character in Fear Street Part Three: 1666 can be presented with a well-maintained intensity. Janiak's choice to bring the lineup that has been present in the previous two films to portray new characters in Fear Street Part Three: 1666provide a number of distractions for the audience to be able to really dive into the conflict that is being narrated in this part of the film. Indeed, Janiak may aim to create an increasingly clear common thread between each story in the Fear Street film series . However, the distraction created due to a number of confusions about which cast will play which character – especially with a conflict that is also not so different – ​​is enough to prevent Fear Street Part Three: 1666 from producing a stronger story influence.

Luckily, when Fear Street Part Three: 1666 continues its storytelling to the Fear Street Part One: 1994 – Part 2 , the fun and slasher elements of horror and slasher that really feel lost in the first half of Fear Street Part Three: 1666 are brought back at once. able to provide additional energy for the overall film storytelling. Unlike the first and second parts, Fear Street Part Three: 1666formed as part of the previous story and difficult to stand alone. It's not a big problem if the audience has followed the previous two stories, but with the lack of conflict and character development that feels minimalistic in this part of the story, Fear Street Part Three: 1666 appears with a weaker story. Even so, Janiak still managed to summarize the final part of the Fear Street series with a strong story rhythm arrangement and supported by a convincing production system.

Sadie Sink's appearance as Christine "Ziggy" Berman in Fear Street Part Two: 1978 is definitely the most eye-catching appearance in the presentation of the three Fear Street film series . The absence of Sink's appearance as Christine “Ziggy” Berman in Fear Street Part Three: 1666 – Sink is only present through a number of flashback scenes taken from the previous film and a minor character named Constance – enough to give the impression of being empty. Even so, appearances from the previous film's line-up are back in this film, such as Kiana Madeira , Gillian Jacobs , Ashley Zukerman , and Benjamin Flores Jr.did not disappoint and still managed to further encourage Fear Street Part Three: 1666 to appear as an impressive horror dish, although it experienced a slight decrease in story quality when compared to its two predecessor films.



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