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This is the scary trailer for "The Street of Terror"

According to director Leigh Janiak, the trilogy that will be available on Netflix “is kind of a hybrid, something completely new. It is a mix between a traditional film and what would be considered classic television ”.

Netflix continues to bet on audiovisual adaptations of youth literary sagas. The following is the famous ‘Street of Terror’ trilogy by RL Stine . Three films to “narrate a crazy and bloody summer”, which will be released on the platform for three consecutive weeks in July, in a completely new format.

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The first part, set in 1994, will hit Netflix on July 2. A week later, on the 9th, the second part will be released, located in 1978. Finally, on July 16 will be when the third episode arrives on the streaming service, whose plot takes place in 1966.

“We shot the three ‘The Street of Terror’ films in a ferocious and delirious time. It is a dream that the public can now experience the story in the same way: one after another, with only a week of difference, “said the director of the trilogy, Leigh Janiak , in a statement.

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“It’s kind of a hybrid, something completely new. It is a mix between a traditional film and what would be considered classic television: each installment, each part tells its own story, but is also connected to the next piece. It is something very exciting, for me, as a filmmaker, “said the director in an interview for The New York Times.

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“The fans of ‘The street of terror’ are waiting … big surprises are coming. I have seen the trilogy and I can say that the scares and screams are more than I expected. What fun it is to see the horrors of Shadyside come to life! ”Added original saga author RL Stine, who is also the creator of another great youth literary series, ‘Nightmares’.

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