Fear Street Part Two: 1978


Drama Horror Mystery

In 1994, Deena and Josh learn about the Camp Nightwing massacre from C. Berman, who recounts the events that took place in 1978, involving stolen accusations, the discovery of a diary, a possessed killer, and a quest to reunite a witchs hand with her body, ultimately leading to Deenas unexpected transportation to the year 1666 where she becomes Sarah Fier. Fear Street Part Two: 1978 is a 2021 American English-language Drama Horror motion picture featuring Sadie Sink, Emily Rudd, Ryan Simpkins, Mccabe Slye, Ted Sutherland, Gillian Jacobs and Kathryn Lim. The movie is based on Fear Street by R. L. Stine. Fear Street Part Two: 1978 was Produced by Peter Chernin, Jenno Topping and David Ready. The movie is directed by Leigh Janiak. Netflix acquired the distribution rights for the movie. Fear Street Part Two: 1978 was released on 9th July 2021 and takes a screen time of 110 minutes. and it received positive reviews from critics when it was released. The screenplay for the movie was written by Zak Olkewicz and Leigh Janiak. Cinematography was done by Caleb Heymann and editing by Rachel Goodlett Katz. The music was composed by Marco Beltrami along with Brandon Roberts.
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Release Date09 JUL 2021



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Fear Street Part Two: 1978 Reviews and Ratings

Average Review Rating : positive


Positive Review Rating : 80%

    • A.A. Dowd

      Not even the Friday The 13th series dared to dismember tweens the way this movie does, albeit offscreen.) ( Read More )
    • Steve Greene

      1978 may not completely reframe the overall Fear Street story from curiosity to tragedy all by itself, but tracking the casual ways that past decisions and stratifications hold sway on future generations does make this a richer viewing experience. ( Read More )
    • Michael Nordine

      Though never quite rising to the level of its most overt influences, the film is lent a certain gravitas by the sense that all of this has happened before and will undoubtedly happen again. ( Read More )
    • Benjamin Lee

      Again, so much of what makes this work is an extraordinarily talented group of young actors who take the silliness of the witchs curse and sell it with heartfelt conviction. ( Read More )
    • Lovia Gyarkye

      Fear Street Part 2: 1978 The Bottom Line A confident and bloody slasher. ( Read More )
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