As with most trilogies, the wrap up can be difficult. In this case, a great many story threads have to be wrapped up from two different time frames, and the film does so by diving into the past and the origin of the curse that haunts Shadyside.
The result is that Part Three: 1666 has the most responsibility of the three films, and strains a little bit under that weight.
Note: This review contains minor spoilers for Fear Street Part One: 1994 and Fear Street Part Two: 1978, both of which you should definitely watch before you watch this. It will also contain what might be considered minor spoilers for this film, so if you want to go in blind, let it be known that while I think this is the weakest of the three films, I still liked it and think you will too.Continue reading “Review: ‘Fear Street Part Three: 1666’ is an uneven, but still satisfying, end to the trilogy”