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Summer slasher: Netflix puts date and trailer to the trilogy "Fear Streets"

As a streaming channel seeking the largest catalog of entertainment on the market, Netflix produces varied content that attempts to span multiple genres. In this way, it is committed to buying and making animes, comedies, sports documentaries, thrillers or pure action movies. With the announcement of the trailer for Fear Streets, the company immerses itself in the slasher subgenre, a variant of the horror genre in which normally students (who always separate to die together) try to survive a murderous figure masked or with a face emaciated. Inherited from the Italian giallo subgenre of representatives such as Dario Argento, the golden age of the Slasher arrived in the 80s with titles such as A Nightmare on Elm Street or Friday the 13th and was popularized in the 90s with Scream and I know what you did last summer. Fear Street is based on the novels of the same name by RL Stine, in which a group of teenagers discover that their city has been haunted for generations. These young people make up a cast in which there are two interpreters from the Stanger Things series: Maya Hawke and Sadie Sink. RL Stine is the same author from which the hit series Nightmares has already been adapted (yes, he admits that you just saw the dog with the bright eyes of his credits), an original but children’s-themed diversion. However, unlike the mythical series, these three films will have the adult R rating that other horror titles such as the two parts of It have already obtained. A teaser trailer with references to “Scream” In the teaser trailer you can see the introduction that marks the plot of the trilogy and a scene that will evidently recall Scream.In it a young woman (Maya Hawke) responds to a phone call in which she only hears gasps, after hanging up she is brutally stabbed by a murderer wearing a skull mask. 1994, 1978 and 1666 will be the three periods to set each of the films in this trilogy. The first will be released on July 2 and the other two the same month; 9 and 16 respectively. The strange thing about Netflix’s bet is to release a trilogy in the same month. One strategy that you may be looking for is to retain subscriptions for the summer period, in which people spend more time on the streets, taking advantage of the good weather.

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