99 FEAR STREET: THE SECOND HORROR

99 FEAR STREET: THE SECOND HORROR

99 Fear Street: The House of Evil #2: The Second Horror     Spoiler-Free Review The second outing of the 99 Fear Street trilogy brings a few new things to the mix, but not as much as I had hoped. I enjoyed the addition of Brandt’s character, and the ending was one of...
99 FEAR STREET: THE FIRST HORROR

99 FEAR STREET: THE FIRST HORROR

99 Fear Street: The House of Evil #1: The First Horror     Spoiler-Free Review The First Horror is a really solid kick-off to the trilogy. It also works really well as a stand-alone novel, and I almost wish that it was. There were some genuinely creepy and brutal...
THE SECRET BEDROOM

THE SECRET BEDROOM

Fear Street #13: The Secret Bedroom Spoiler-Free Review For me, the scariest Fear Street books were always the supernatural ones. Those were the ones that got in my head, under my skin, and occasionally into my nightmares. The Secret Bedroom ticks all the right boxes...
FEAR STREET: 1666

FEAR STREET: 1666

Spoiler-Free Review The trilogy of films concludes with Fear Street: 1666. I’m not typically a fan of historical horror, but I loved R.L. Stine’s Fear Street Saga. Like its predecessors, 1666 makes a tonal shift for the third part of the story that fits the time...
FEAR STREET INTERVIEW

FEAR STREET INTERVIEW

A few weeks ago I got to interview Leigh Janiak (director of the Fear Street trilogy) and Phil Graziadei (co-writer of 1994 and 1666) on behalf of GeeksOUT. We got to talk about the queer elements of the trilogy, what books/movies influenced their storytelling, and...
THE DEAD LIFEGUARD

THE DEAD LIFEGUARD

Fear Street Super Chiller #6: The Dead Lifeguard Spoiler-Free Review The Dead Lifeguard was a fun, twisted affair. It reminded me of the movie Clue. It wasn’t plainly obvious who Mouse was and I enjoyed guessing who it might be. The multiple points of view were...