The Worry Road books from horror writer R. L. Stine are making a comeback as three Netflix motion pictures launched back-to-back. The ’90s collection spanned greater than 50 books, with the supply materials barely scarier than Stine’s different common ebook collection, Goosebumps — and that is mirrored in what Stine himself describes as R-rated horror.
Netflix dropped the Worry Road teaser trailer on Wednesday, exhibiting a collection of murders going down within the city of Shadyside over a interval of 300 years. Worry Road Half One: 1994 will launch July 2, adopted by Worry Road Half Two: 1978 and Worry Road Half Three: 1666 on July 16.
“In 1994, a gaggle of youngsters discovers that the terrifying occasions which have haunted their city for generations might all be related — and that they would be the subsequent targets,” Netflix stated within the teaser caption. The forged of every movie is completely different, however just like the IT collection we see the identical characters (and their ancestors) at completely different ages. Leigh Janiak directs and co-writes the three movies.
“Worry Road followers are in for a deal with — and a few main surprises,” says Stine within the press launch. “Readers know that the ebook collection is rated PG. However the motion pictures are rated R. Which means much more thrills– and much more terror!”
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