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Fear Street: 1978

2021 . Horror, Mystery . 1h 50m

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About the movie

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In 1978, two rival groups at Camp Nightwing must band together to solve a terrifying mystery when horrors from their towns' history come alive.

Actors:

Sadie Sink, Emily Rudd, Ryan Simpkins, McCabe Slye, Ted Sutherland

Director:

Leigh Janiak

Rated:

R

Writer:

Zak Olkewicz, Leigh Janiak, Phil Graziadei

Language:

English

Release:

09 Jul 2021

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Reviews

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Tanya P image

6 days ago

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Another great teen-slasher film and they really don't hold back in the gore. Of course you know some of the plot due to the first film being set after these events but even then there are still some clever twists. I do think this is the weakest film in the Fear Street trilogy but nonetheless entertaining! πŸ•οΈβ›οΈ

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Logan Harrington image

1 week ago

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Wow. This is another horror film that tackles so many aspects I appreciate within the genre. The kills are awesome, we have relatable characters, witty banter, and undead killers. There is a lot of background given to the history of the evil first presented in Part 1 of this franchise and tells the story of one set of victims and their killer (the set from 1978). I’d love to see more films showing the other time periods or even an anthology series, because this is SO well made.

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Dusan Djuric

1 week ago

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Absolutely amazing. I rated Part One with 4/10 because it was awful, and as I said I hoped that was just introduction to series. It was. Part Two is probably one of a kind. Definitely worth watching! Hope that Part Three is even better, if it can be.

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Rotten Tomatoes image

1 week ago

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A smart and subversive twist on slasher horror, Fear Street Part II: 1978 shows that summer camp has never been scarier thanks to stellar performances from Sadie Sink, Emily Rudd, and Ryan Simpkins.

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barrie colquhoun image

1 week ago

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Again as with part one you could say this stole and plagiarized from every great slasher film of the 80s in particular Friday the 13th, but you could also say it pays homage to those classics and does it very well. I really enjoyed this, totally old school, great effects, acting and atmosphere. Voorhees and Myers would be proud!

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Moolan QTR

2 weeks ago

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Definitely more intriguing than part one.

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Manav Adwani

2 weeks ago

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Ufffff what a movie man 🀭πŸ₯΅

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