Following on directly from Part Two, Fear Street Part Three: 1666 begins with Deena (Kiana Madeira) reuniting the severed hand of Sarah Fier (Elizabeth Scopel) with the rest of her corpse. Unfortunately there is a side effect! Deena gets visions showing the events of 1666 from the perspective of Sarah Fier herself (with Kiana Madeira “becoming” Fier for the purpose of the audience). Sarah lives with her father George (Randy Havens) and brother Henry (Benjamin Flores Jr.) in Union, the original settlement before it was divided into Sunnyvale and Shadyside.
The whole film is full of duality with many Fear Street actors either playing earlier ancestor versions of themselves or other roles. This includes Pastor Cyrus Miller (Michael Chandler), his daughter Hannah (Olivia Scott Welch), Abigail (Emily Rudd) and her sister Constance (Sadie Sink), Mad Thomas (McCabe Slye), Caleb (Jeremy Ford), Sarah’s friends Lizzie (Julia Rehwald) and Isaac (Fred Hechinger), Solomon Goode (Ashley Zukerman), and Solomon’s brother Elijah (Matthew Zuk).
Soon the true story of Sarah Fier unfolds and we finally learn what happened to her and how the divide between Sunnyvale and Shadyside began!
Verdict: 9/10. To give too much away on this entry would be a shame so I have chosen not too. If you want to be picky there may be a few historical inaccuracies and accents to pick up on, but storyline wise all the threads woven by Leigh Janiak are pulled together and explained and not in the ways you think! There may be a few extra bits you were not expecting too!