Next ‘Fear Street’ Movie from Netflix Being Directed by Chloe Okuno

In the wake of last year’s ambitious trilogy directed by Leigh Janiak, Netflix is headed back to R.L. Stine‘s Fear Street with a brand new movie, Above the Line is reporting tonight. Additionally, Jeff Sneider reports that Chloe Okuno (V/H/S 99‘s “Storm Drain” segment and this year’s Watcher) will be directing that fourth Fear Street […]

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‘Silent Night’ – Revisiting the “Fear Street” Christmas Trilogy from R.L. Stine

Of all the many Fear Street stories he’s written, author R. L. Stine managed to narrow his personal favorites down to eight books. And if someone wasn’t familiar with Stine’s fondness for humor, they might be surprised to see Silent Night as one of his top picks. The second volume in the spinoff series Fear […]

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‘Fear Street’ – Netflix Welcomes Fans Back to Shadyside; More Films in Development!

Netflix took a huge swing with their Fear Street trilogy, a trio of YA slasher films released just weeks apart and all directed by Leigh Janiak (Honeymoon). In the vein of “Stranger Things”, the Fear Street trilogy wasn’t quite the smash-hit Netflix had hoped for, with the streamer, notorious for announcing unsubstantiated record-breaking streaming stats, […]

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R. L. Stine’s ‘Fear Street’: ‘The Face’ That Launched a Thousand Screams [Buried in a Book]

Martha Powell has no idea what happened that previous November. The young Shadyside resident, a junior at the local high school, remembers everything else about her life — family, friends, and a deep love of art — yet this one event remains a mystery. The worst part is, no one in this Fear Street book […]

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Love Is in the Scare: 10 Throwback Young Adult Horror Books Perfect for Valentine’s Day

Anyone who spent a great deal of their childhood reading them knows for a fact that there is no dearth of romance in the paperback young adult horrors of yesteryear. Unfortunately those brushes with young love left behind scars; they put these pulpy stories’ teenage characters in mortal danger. In their heyday, young adult horror […]

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GLAAD Media Awards Nominate Don Mancini’s “Chucky” for “Outstanding New TV Series”!

The nominees for the 33rd Annual GLAAD Media Awards were announced this afternoon, with the annual awards honoring media for “fair, accurate, and inclusive representations of LGBTQ people and issues.” Of note here in the world of horror, Don Mancini‘s “Chucky” series, the small screen debut for the franchise, has been nominated this year. “Chucky,” […]

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‘Fear Street’ Masks Being Released This Halloween from All Three Netflix Movies! [Images]

One of the coolest things that happened last year was Netflix’s Fear Street trilogy, which gave us three different slasher movies set across three different decades, released onto the streaming service in three consecutive weeks. While everyone had their personal favorites, most horror fans agreed that Fear Street was a three-week event that held many […]

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Letterboxd’s Highest Rated Horror Movies of 2021 List Is Topped by One You Probably Haven’t Seen

Here on Bloody Disgusting we’ve published several articles (find them all here) covering *our* favorite horror movies of last year, but it’s always interesting to take a look at year-in-review roundups from other places as well. Letterboxd, for example, kicks off each new year by spotlighting the previous year’s top hits, and their full 2021 Year […]

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The 15 Best Horror Movie Performances of 2021

Between a global pandemic that we’re still in the midst of and the increasing library of titles available for streaming, 2021 has been a strange comeback year for the movies. We are blessed once again with the newest films being (somewhat) safe to watch in a movie theater, yet these only make up a fraction […]

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The 10 Coolest, Creepiest, and Most Stunning Horror Movie Posters of 2021

Where movie trailers can capture an audience’s attention with a montage of scenes, a poster must do it with a single image. It needs to grab you immediately. When done well, a movie poster not only piques curiosity but there’s an excellent chance we’ll want it on our walls, too. Whether the image matches the […]

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[Editorial] The Next R.L. Stine Adaptation Should Be A Choice-Based-Narrative Video Game

Growing up as the youngest of four, I inherited a ton of hand-me-downs from my older siblings, including a spooky gene that really embraced horror movies and Halloween. Consequently, it’s no surprise that I gravitated to the creepy, shimmering R. L. Stine paperbacks that would occasionally pop-up on the shelves in my room. I’d stay […]

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From ‘Scream’ to ‘The Exorcist’, Netflix Gives a Closer Look at ‘Fear Street’ Trilogy’s Horror References [Video]

The opening kill of Fear Street Part 1: 1994 recreated the shocking demise of Drew Barrymore’s character in Scream, marking the first of many nods and homages to horror’s best for the trilogy. But how many references did you catch? Netflix released a nearly 10-minute long video to help, giving a closer look at the […]

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‘Fear Street’ Blooper Reel Shares Lots of Laughs…and Broken Props From Netflix’s Trilogy! [Video]

Making a movie is a truly intimate experience that can often be likened to summer camp. While it is work and oftentimes grueling, the cast and crew form bonds that can last a lifetime. Netflix was a participant in the San Diego Comic-Con virtual edition, and since the streamer’s Fear Street trilogy is already out, […]

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‘Fear Street’ Co-Writer Phil Graziadei Talks Queer Representation with the Horror Queers! [Podcast]

Queer Street. It’s not often that a popular IP gets adapted with explicit queer content added in, but that’s exactly what happened with Netflix’s Fear Street trilogy, a groundbreaking event that puts two queer characters front-and-center in a major horror release. Now that all three films have been released, we’re releasing a spoiler-filled interview with the […]

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