The horror ‘Rua do Medo: 1978’, the second part of the trilogy which adapts the namesake writings of legendary novelist RL Stine, has got a new music video.
The feature will be published on the platform on Friday July 9.
“Street of Fear: 1978”: Camp Nightwing is divided between campers and campers from prosperous Sunnyside and those 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.
During an interview with Indie Wire, director Leigh Janiak said that the 2nd part of the trilogy will be much more brutal and shocking than the first:
“The second part was shot last and I was already so tired, so tired, but every time there was a death scene I was like ‘No more blood, put more blood on it. ‘ The brutality has been taken to another level in this part.
Obviously, she did not go into details so as not to spoil the surprise, but she did promise that the sequel will bring more tributes to titles in the slasher genre.
“As soon as I got into the project, I was like, ‘These must be underage horror movies. I put myself in the shoes of a 10 or 11 year old who sneaks into a video store to rent movies I shouldn’t have had, like “Killer Toy”, “Friday the 13th” and ” The Nightmare Hour “. Do you know what these films have in common? Lots of blood, and we will bring many references from these universes.
As the first part takes place in 1994, but deals with the massacres which took place in 1978, the sequence will deepen these past events.
Discover the dates of the next films:
Rua do Medo: 1978 – Part 2: July 9
Rua do Medo: 1666 – Part 3: July 16
“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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