By Josh Slater-Williams
Netflix’s time-skipping horror trilogy reaches a satisfying conclusion via a 17th-century Sarah Fier origin story.
The second part of Netflix’s RL Stine-inspired horror trilogy is a serious upgrade on its muddled predecessor.
A lacklustre opening to this new trilogy of teen slasher yarns based on the books by RL Stine.
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