Fear Street Part One: 1994, Maya Hawke is everywhere in the first preview of Fear Street Part One: 1994

Fear Street Part One: 1994, Netflix just released the first five minutes of Fear Street Part One: 1994. And this shows that Netflix has very big expectations from the movie. As expected, Fear Street Part One will give you the Stranger Things vibe. Not only because of Maya Hawke, but even the settings feel similar. It is clear that the movie will be R-Rated and I am all in for that. The preview of Fear Street gave us a glimpse of the killer and what to expect from the movie.

Fear Street Part One: 1994

Fear Street Part One: 1994

The scene starts from a bookstore in Shadyside Mall. Maya Hawke is working as the receptionist there and is ready to close the shop. She is talking to a friend of her when suddenly she hears something and ominous music starts playing in the background. We get some obvious fake jump scares for Hawke and then she went back to the book store. Just when she was ready to close the shop, the killer appears and abduct Maya. The clip cuts right there because Netflix can’t show R-Rated clips on youtube. So, it looks like Maya Hawke will die in the first five minutes of the movie. And that will be a real shame. Because I wanted her to be the main lead in some way. But, we don’t know for sure what happened to her, so let’s wait and find out when the movie comes out.

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The killer was wearing a spooky skeleton costume and is using a knife as his murder weapon. He is as cold-blooded as you want a killer to be. And he is possessed by a witch too and I don’t know about you guys. But it ticks all my boxes for an ideal killer.

Netflix Fear Street Part 1: 1994 Plot

The official synopsis of the movie reads “In 1994, a group of teenagers discovers that the terrifying events that have haunted their town for generations ​may all be connected — and that they may be the next targets”.

As expected, all three parts are connected to each other and will tell one big story. The interesting thing is that the first part of the Fear Street trilogy is based in 1994 while the other two are based on 1976 and 1666. So, the first part might be the final part in some sense. We will know once it comes out.

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Part One will follow a serial killer possessed by an ancient witch haunting the fictional city of Shadyside, exploring the terrors plaguing the small town across several centuries. It is an interesting plot and can really work if the creators pull it off nicely. So, I am looking forward to it.

Netflix Fear Street Part 1: 1994: Release Date

Netflix Fear Street Part 1: 1994 is all set to release on July 2, 2021. While part 2 is all set to release on July 9, 2021, and the third and final part will release on July 16, 2021. The whole trilogy will release on Netflix without any regional boundaries, so you can watch it from anywhere in the world. The first part is around 2 hours long. So, it will be a perfect weekend watch.

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Netflix Fear Street Part 1:Cast

The movie will feature Kiana Madeira as Deena, Olivia Scott Welch as Samantha Fraser, Benjamin Flores Jr. as Josh, Julia Rehwald as Kate, Maya Hawke as Heather, Charlene Amoia as Rachel Thompson, David W. Thompson as Ryan Torress, and Noah Bain Garret as Skull Mask. You can read the full cast list on IMDB’s official website.

Leigh Janiak is directing the movie with R.L. Stine, Kyle Killen, Phil Graziadei, and Leigh Janiak are in charge of writing. Kori Adelson and Yvonne M. Bernard are producing the movie with Marco Beltrami handling the music.

Netflix Fear Street Part 1: What To Expect?

The trilogy will have Stranger Things kind of vibe in it. And it is not only because of the cast but also the setting and direction. The trilogy will involve two Stranger Things cast member as Maya Hawke and Sadie Sink. And both of them knows how to perform in such settings so they are going to give amazing performances for sure. This noir kind of direction is my new favorite thing and it will increase the intensity. Overall, I am expecting a story-driven horror movie, which I haven’t seen in quite a long time. So, I am excited for it.