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Meet the new ‘Scream’ style TERROR SLASHER that attracts Netflix subscribers!

Netflix released today, July 2, the first chapter of its new slasher horror trilogy, ‘Rue of Fear: 1994’.

The plot of the film, based on the eponymous writings of RL Stine, takes place in Shadyside, Ohio, and revolves around a group of teenagers learning about a series of horrific events that plagued the city may not be simple accidents – and next victims.

It didn’t take long for the production to win over subscribers to the streaming platform, already excited about the next two feature films.

Check out some of the reactions below:

I watched this street of fear that will have the triology on netflix trashzao as I like it

– dimitrinho baudelaire (@dimitriusboy) July 2, 2021

I loved the street of fear, I already want part 2

– Layne Staley is a sculpture by Michelangelo (@Jerrylombriga) July 2, 2021

watch “Street of fear” on Netflix 👍

– Leleco (@alexsecond_) July 2, 2021

Enjoy watching:

extremely anguished while waiting for the continuation of the street of fear hoping that lesbians survive 😔🙏

– old dolio (@mirelicia) July 2, 2021

Damn movie, I’m looking forward to the last two ❤️❤️ # FearStreet # RuaDoFedo # CalleDelTerror  # FearStreet1994 # FearStreet1978 # FearStreet1666   pic.twitter.com/3949gzEik6

– Donnie Darko (@ AndrewMedeiro41) July 2, 2021

I know you fell in love too ❤️❤️❤️❤️ # FearStreet # RuaDoMedo # CalleDelTerror  # FearStreet1994 pic.twitter.com/wQN1YVF7HW

– Donnie Darko (@ AndrewMedeiro41) July 2, 2021

The street of fear is too beautiful than that

– Jessicat (@shutupjecik) July 2, 2021

Street of Fear: Part 1 – Netflix
FILM, A SLASHER WHO HAS ALL THE CLICHES OF A SLASHER AND ALWAYS DELIVERS A GOOD BITCH SHIT THING pic.twitter.com/wwJbdfunhy

– Lucas 😎 (@paimonzinho) July 2, 2021

PLMDS I NEED TO SEE THE SECOND RUA DO MEDO FILM

– Ket 🕊⚔🍿📖: Ccity and (re) The Error (@kwarnershimoto) July 2, 2021

I liked Rua do Medo. Is it to worry?

– Ramon F Gamer (@RamonfGamer) July 2, 2021

Remember that the saga has an indicative rating for adults (denoted-R). The information was confirmed by Stine himself.

“Fans of ‘Rua do Medo’ will be very happy – and there will be a lot of surprises. Readers know that books are rated PG. But the films will be for the older ones. It means a lot more fear – and a lot more terror! “, He commented in a press release.

Discover the dates of the next films:

Rua do Medo: 1978 – Part 2: July 9
Rua do Medo: 1666 – Part 3: July 16

‘Fright Street: 1978’: Camp Nightwing is divided between campers and campers who come from prosperous Sunnyside and those who come from grim Shadyside. But when the horrors behind their cities come to life, they must unite to unravel a terrible mystery before it’s too late.

“Rua do Medo: 1666”: A colonial town is embroiled in a hysterical witch hunt that has had deadly consequences for centuries. In 1994, it was up to a group of teenagers to end the curse.

The cast consists of Gillian Jacobs, Sadie Sink, Ashley Zuckerman, Fred Hechinger, Jeremy Ford, Julia Rehwald, Kiana Madeira, Olivia Welch and Ryan Simpkins.

Madeira and Welch will play a lesbian couple trying to navigate a troubled relationship while facing the inexplicable horrors of the small town of Shadyside. Madeira and Welch will bring two very different characters to life – one from the 1990s and the other from the 17th century – and will appear in every movie.

“Rua do Medo” is a teen horror book series that began in 1989. The novels are less well known than the compiled predecessor, “Goosebumps”. The franchise currently has 52 pounds in Shadyside, Ohio.

Kate Trefry (‘Stranger Things’) is also linked to the productions.

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