"There have been 10 years of no Ghostface, but there has been the movie-within-a-movie Stab. We have fun with the idea of endless sequels
, or "sequelitis" as Kevin calls it in the script. Sid goes through these three horrendous things, and Stab was based on those horrible things. And then they've been taken by a studio and run into the ground in a series of sequels. She has been off by herself and living her own life, and she's even written a book that has gotten a lot of critical acclaim. She's kind of put her life back together in the course of these 10 years. But, certainly, there would be no Scream without Ghostface, so she has to confront him again, but now as a woman who has really come out the darkness of her past."
That plot synopsis(albeit teasing and not really detailed) sounds amazing. It sounds like they're going back to the roots of poking fun at horror while still being serious.
yeah i could understand it.. theres something different about scream. maybe its the obvious 90s tone of it. but i can see why people dont like it.
one thing thats different about slashers now than then is theres much more personal conflict in the movies. watch friday the 13th or halloween, the only thin those kids talk about is sex and pot. now theyre all 'im such a teenager i have sooo many problems dur dur' i kinda have always hated sydney. shes such a dumbass. especially in the first movie with the long hair, maybe its just the way she looks, but it bugs me.
Holy fucking piss face, I need to see this. I love these movies. I've seen every one of them a million times, I even dressed up as him for Halloween one year when I was like seven. Best movie series out there.
I might drive myself insane, if those lips aren't speaking my name.?
Tell me darling can I get a break somehow?
I kinda feel like it don't make sense,
because you're bringing me in and then you're kicking me out again. ?
If you think this looks bad then you do not like slashers or horror in general in my opinion. Just from that trailer it seems clear that they mock remakes, modern horror, and although the whole "killer filming it" may seem gimmicky, it's very fitting considering the age we live in now and that, as far as we know, there's still no real snuff films that exist. Combining the lack of serial killers in the past few decades and the ever growing technological advances, then I'd say it's not a far fetched commentary at all.
There's a reason I'm looking forward to this with so much optimism. Scream was flawless, nothing to say about that. Scream 2 was the perfect sequel. More violent, more kills, more tension, not as good as the first but still a great slasher film. I even liked three. It wasn't as good as two, and not nearly as good as the original, but it still surpassed every single other slasher released in the past twenty years that I've seen.
I watch the first SCREAM movie just these past few months,its a bit oldy but I love the thrill that goes on. I just bought CDs to watch the 2 and 3 that I miss, I become interested to this one,SCREAM 4,when they choose the BLACK VEIL BRIDES - SET THE WORLD ON FIRE as the song. Also the cast Emma Roberts.