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Fear Street (1994/1978/1666) - Movie Review - From The Concession Stand- Episode 3

The Cinema Psychos Show

Release Date: 11/08/2021

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What happens when nostalgia for a horror book series from the 90's collides with a streaming giant with an insatiable appetite for content....you get the 3 part extravaganza, FEAR STREET! As we come down from the halloween highs, Brian and Laine felt it was a good idea to take a deep look at this series that manages to on one hand bring a good amount of gore and decent characters to life, but at the same time anger and confuse Brian due to a lack of attention to detail or following the film's own rules. So strap into our time machine as we blow through the inner drama between Shadyside and Sunnyvale and take a deep look at the monsters that reside on FEAR STREET!

FROM THE CONCESSION STAND-  YOUTUBE SHOW!  

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