The Fear Street trilogy comes to a close with the third and final chapter, 1666, where 1994’s Deena experiences the truth about what happened to Sarah Fier and comes up with a plan to end the curse once for all to free Shadyside from the horror and trauma it has experienced for centuries.
Netflix brings RL Stine’s Fear Street universe to life with big trilogy event kicking off this past weekend with Fear Street 1994, which sees a group of teens in the titular year trying to survive a group of killers from the sordid past of their town of Shadyside, which legend has it is cursed by the vengeful spirit of a witch.
Netflix is making the summer spooky this coming July with the Resident Evil anime series Infinite Darkness and a trilogy of movies based on RL Stine’s teen horror series, Fear Street.
1994 was a gigantic year for Jim Carrey as Dumb and Dumber, Ace Ventura, and The Mask all hit that year and launched him into the stratosphere of comedic superstardom. You can watch The Mask in the latest Everything Action Theater thanks to YouTube.
Towards the end of its run on HBO, Tales from the Crypt got a pun-filled Christmas parody album with John Kassir’s Cryptkeeper singing gruesome spins on holiday classics with 1994’s Have Yourself a Scary Little Christmas.
Kurt Russell and James Spader co-star in 1994’s Stargate, directed by Roland Emmerich, as they lead a team through a mysterious portal and end up on a world with similarities to Ancient Egypt being ruled over by brutal overlords with advanced technology and armor modeled on Egyptian mythology.
An eternal 90s jam, Ini Kamoze’s “Here Comes the Hotstepper” has long outlasted the movie it was included on the soundtrack for, 1994’s Robert Altman comedy Ready to Wear aka Pret-a-Porter.