Netflix is planning to return to Fear Street with a bunch of new casino slot online bonus138 movies. During an interview with Yahoo! Entertainment, author R.L Stine lifted the lid on ‘rumors’ that Netflix will be heading back to Shadyside.
“I hear rumors about more Fear Street casino slot online movies for Netflix, because the first ones did so well last summer,” he revealed. “Those films kind of shocked me, because they were all R-rated, and I’ve never done anything R-rated! All those teenagers were getting slashed. I was like, ‘Suddenly, I have a slasher movie!’”
The hit Netflix casino slot online films were based on R.L. Stine’s Fear Street novels and tell the story of a group of teenagers who set out to break a curse that’s been looming over their town for hundreds of years.
Fear Street Part One: 1994 debuted in July 2021, with Fear Street Part Two: 1978 released the following week and Fear Street Part Three: 1666 released the week after. Now, it sounds as though there might be a part four… and the folks at Bloody Disgusting” seemingly confirm the casino slot online rumors that it’s “deep in development.”
This wouldn’t be the first time we’ve heard rumors about Fear Street heading back to our casino slot online screens, and even director Leigh Janiak thinks the series has got legs.
“One of the things that I talked about before I was hired was that we have a potential here to create a horror Marvel [Cinematic casino slot online Universe], where you can have slasher killers from lots of different eras,” she explained. “You have the canon of our main mythology that’s built around the fact that the devil lives in Shadyside, so there’s also room for everything else.”
Fear Street: Part One 1994 revealed the horror of the town’s 300-year-old curse, while Part Two: 1978 explored the town’s witchy history. Part Three took audiences back to where the story truly began… but it seems there’s plenty of story left to tell. After all, the third casino slot online film did end on a cliffhanger.
IGN’s own casino slot online review called Fear Street Part One: 1994 “a film rich with character, world-building, Easter eggs, and scares. Horror fans will be grinning over a visual allusion, then be pulled to the edge of their seat by this slaughter-packed adventure, then catch themselves screaming at a harrowingly portrayed murder. Those who aren’t in the club may not understand its dark allure. But for the rest of us, Janiak delivers top-notch horror that relishes teen angst, terror, and the unadulterated thrills of Fear Street. And this is just the start…”
The first film even made our own list of the best horror films of 2021.