It’s a horror triple feature as we discuss the creative Netflix anthology horror series “Fear Street” with guest Mx Bel Morrigan.
In what is my longest episode to date, Mx Bel Morrigan returns to the show to talk about the Netflix Fear Street Trilogy.
The Fear Street Trilogy is an American horror film series with varying subgenres of horror, particularly the slasher and supernatural subgenres. Directed by Leigh Janiak (Honeymoon) from scripts and stories she co-wrote with other contributors, the films are based on R. L. Stine’s book series of the same name.
The overall story revolves around teenagers who work to break the curse that has been over their town for hundreds of years.
In the first film, following a series of brutal slayings, a group of teenagers must take on an evil force that’s plagued their notorious town for centuries. Janiak describes it as influenced by 1990s slasher films, especially Scream.
The third film takes us back in time to 1666, when our heroes must uncover the truth behind the wicked curse and put a stop to it before the present (1994), and the future is destroyed forever. Janiak compares it to The New World.
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Creepy and Geeky is a podcast about horror and comic book movies, and so much more. Creepy double-feature episodes come out every Monday, and Geeky comic book episodes release every Friday. Your host, Robert, is a geek through and through, absorbing all manner of pop culture, but specifically addicted to comic books, movies, and horror.
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