The former 20th Century Fox's loss is Netflix's gain with this trilogy of films adapted from the premise of R.L. Stine's Fear Street series, starting with Part One: 1994. I was more of a Goosebumps age in the 1990s, so I don't have any personal attachment to the source material (though I gather this story is mostly original, which would be easy to guess anyway with the teenage lesbian relationship at the center of the plot, something pretty unlikely in a 1990s book aimed at younger readers).
Anyway, I liked it. The lead actresses both sell their characters well.
The kills are unusu