The End of Fear
The film The End of Fear is a moving exploration of the fading power of art. While the Fear family may be long gone, the curse they left behind is far from over. The documentary explores the epochal significance of art, and how it’s no longer enough to inspire visceral protest or awe. While it’s not a perfect film, it’s a powerful reminder of the importance of artistic preservation.
The series begins in 1994. In the first part, Samantha Fraser and her sister Sarah Fier die in a mass killing. The two women try to reunite with their boyfriends, but an unexpected interruption shatters their plans. They end up calling C. Berman, a survivor of the Camp Nightwing Massacre. The film also introduces a new character, the deranged Sarah Fier. However, the ending of Fear Street is far from the end.
Sarah Fier’s presence is a constant throughout the series. Whether it’s in her bones or on the ground where Sam discovered her body, red moss was present in each film. Red moss bloomed on the hanging tree where Ziggy dropped his hand, and it crept up from the caves where Sarah’s hand was severed in 1666. The red moss also made a path for Sam and Cindy to escape through an outhouse.
The end of Fear is a climax to the trilogy. In this film, Samantha Fraser, a former resident of Shadyside, breaks up with Deena, a local resident, in order to avoid the stigma that the Shadyside residents carry with them. However, Samantha Fraser’s decision to leave her former home leads to a devastating outcome for the two. However, the film also explores the consequences of living a closed-off identity.