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Michael Nordine of Variety also enjoyed Fear Street Part 3: 1666, calling it the best film of the trilogy. He commended the horror flick for successfully building on the two previous installments, though he argued that 1666 links more to 1994, with 1978 kind of feeling like a “forgotten middle child.” He called the violence in Part 3 “disturbing” (which is what you want to hear about a horror movie, right?), and applauded the sets, specifically pointing out the “delight” of the finale aesthetic. Overall, Nordine said:

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