The RL Stine-based trilogy continues—this time homaging heavily on the late-70s trope of slasher flicks set at summer camps. Stranger Things’ Sadie Sink leads the way in the cartoonishly gory bloodfest that does for classic rock what Fear Street Part One: 1994 did for 90s tunes. If you halfway enjoyed the first one, you’ll probably do just as well with this one. Nothing particularly memorable, but it’s a decent bit of murderous fun.

3/5 stars