Netflix Geeked sat down with cast members Kiana Madeira, Olivia Scott Welch, Benjamin Flores Jr., Director Leigh Janiak, and Author R.L. Stine to discuss the Fear Street trilogy that just released on Netflix. The horror movies swept the world up in a fervor for classic horror. Each part took different sections from the history of horror and added it’s own flavor to it. Fear Street 1994 borrowed from Scream. Fear Street 1978 took from Friday the 13th. Finally, Fear Street 1666 borrowed from movies like The Crucible and finished up the saga in a meaningful way.

The panel even had a new perspective from R.L. Stine, the writer of the Fear Street books. He’s obviously a master of horror that frightened us from an early age with Goosebumps. It was a fantastic look at the principle players of the movies.

You can check out our reviews of all three Fear Street movies below:

Fear Street 1994:



If you wanted a deeper look into what made this series so special, you need to watch this panel.

We even got a blooper reel from the film as a special treat at the end. Hopefully the success of Fear Street leads to more films in the series.

So, what did you think of this series? Did you enjoy the trilogy of films? Would you want to see more films from R.L. Stine?

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