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Early Scream 4 Synopsis Rears its Head in Secrecy

Apparently Wes Craven’s Scream 4 is ready to start its initial round of test screenings beginning in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, this Thursday. DC reader Joey Monda wrote in with the news and the invite on which we found the best and most complete plot crunch thus far! Dig it!

Scream 4 stars Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox, David Arquette, Britt Robertson, Emma Roberts, Hayden Panettiere, Rory Culkin, Nico Tortorella, Mary McDonnell, Anthony Anderson, Aimee Teegarden, and Marielle Jaffe with confirmed cameos by Anna Paquin, Kristen Bell, Shenae Grimes, and Lucy Hale.

Look for Scream 4 in theatres on April 15th, 2011, and to stay on top of things, be sure to follow @wescraven on Twitter.

Synopsis
“Sidney Prescott (Neve Campbell), now the author of a self-help book, returns home to Woodsboro on the last stop of her book tour. There she reconnects with Sheriff Dewey (David Arquette) and Gale (Courteney Cox), who are now married, as well as her cousin Jill (Emma Roberts) and her Aunt Kate (Mary McDonnell). Unfortunately Sidney’s appearance also brings about the return of Ghostface, putting Sidney, Gale, and Dewey, along with Jill, her friends, and the whole town of Woodsboro in danger.”

Hi-Res Images from Scream 4's Lovely Victims for You to Drool Over (click for larger image)

Hi-Res Images from Scream 4's Lovely Victims for You to Drool Over (click for larger image)

Hi-Res Images from Scream 4's Lovely Victims for You to Drool Over (click for larger image)

Hi-Res Images from Scream 4's Lovely Victims for You to Drool Over (click for larger image)

Hi-Res Images from Scream 4's Lovely Victims for You to Drool Over (click for larger image)


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  • PelusaMG

    So the other day my elderly neighbour tells me that her cousin’s house was used in a film recently… (quote) “Do you know a film called Scream?”… and I’m like, “Scream 4?”… “That must be it! Have you heard of it?”.

    Small world… I guess!

  • Rottenjesus

    Dear Wes Craven,

    STOP MAKING MOVIES. JUST FUCKING STOP.

    Love,

    Horror Fans Everywhere

    • Sirand

      I’m sure Wes Craven will read this and comply shortly.

    • LifeMi

      Give Craven a fucking break, man. Sure, he’s not the filmmaker he used to be, but neither is Romero for that matter. I say let them make their movies. At least he’s still out there trying to remain relevant. He’s got nothing left to prove, but he’s still going and for that I have the upmost respect for Wes Craven.

      • Masked Slasher

        I’m with you on this one.

        Christ, it’s not like Craven was EVER consistent. I’ve said this before and I’ll say it again – if message boards were around in the 80s, people would be telling Craven to hang it up after Swamp Thing or Invitation to Hell — all before Nightmare on Elm Street.

        My Soul To Take wasn’t all that great but it was at least trying to put an original spin on a tired formula – and it held my attention more than many genre films this year.

        Craven’s still good some great stuff in him – of that I have no doubt.

        • Vanvance1

          Craven is being VERY consistent. He is consistently making stinkers. How long since he made a good movie?

          • Masked Slasher

            Nothing wrong with RED EYE. As the suspense thriller it set out to be, it succeeded as such.

            Scream 3 and Cursed were pretty shitty, sure. I hesitate to call My Soul to Take a total disaster though … like I said, I thought it was a very interesting film that didn’t come together as well as it could’ve. I’ll still take stuff like that over the majority of junk that’s coming out these days.

            And I never saw that Meryl Streep violin movie … did anyone?

          • Vanvance1

            Are you serious? I think Red Eye is one of the worst (dumbest) ‘thrillers’ I have ever seen. Scream 3 was abysmal and Cursed was completely broken.

            I’ll eventually see My Soul to Take but I have extremely low expectations.

            Straight up, this guy is a veteran he should (in theory) already have the talent and experience to make his visions work. If he was a first time director I could forgive a little more, but to pump out this much crap consistently killed all the good will I felt for his past efforts.

          • Emy

            I have seen that Meryl Streep violin movie, Music of the Heart. It aims at our mothers as a typical “public”, so it is quite sappy, but not entirely terrible.

      • Terminal

        Romero made horror films of significance. Craven made schlock. Not the same animal. Craven blows it.
        ———-
        “We are bad guys. That means we’ve got more to do other than bullying companies. It’s fun to lead a bad man’s life.”

        • LifeMi

          Romero made four important films: Night of The Living Dead, Dawn of The Dead, Creepshow, and Day of The Dead. Craven made just as many important movies: The Last House on The Left, The Hills Have Eyes, A Nightmare on Elm Street, and Scream. Your argument has no merit, Terminal. I’ll grant you that Romero is the better filmmaker, though.

          • Masked Slasher

            Right on, LifeMi. The cultural of impact of Nightmare on Elm Street was and continues to be phenomenal while Scream single handedly resurrected a floundering horror genre in the 90s.

            Like the man or not, whatever. But don’t deny his influence and impact.

          • Uncle Creepy

            To the list of important Romero films I’d like to add The Crazies, Martin, and classics such as Knightriders, Monkey Shines, The Dark Half, and Two Evil Eyes.

          • Masked Slasher

            Dark Half kind of sucks. :)

          • The Woman In Black

            What? No Survival of the Dead? 😉

          • LifeMi

            I don’t know if I’d consider those to be important films. Same reason I didn’t mention any of later Dead films. I was just talking about films that made a mark on the genre.

          • Terminal

            Craven had influence and impact by making schlocky films, for sure. I don’t deny that.
            ———-
            “We are bad guys. That means we’ve got more to do other than bullying companies. It’s fun to lead a bad man’s life.”

          • Terminal

            LifeMi, saying an argument has no merit doesn’t mean it automatically has no merit. That’s like when people are arguing and someone says “You’re wrong!” That doesn’t make someone wrong.

            Last House, and Hills were and continue to be schlock. Nightmare I’ll give you. Scream? Nah.

            Craven made schlock. Romero made four of the greatest horror films of all time. Romero has continued to be a director working on small budgets, and around the system.

            Craven has become a Hollywood tool making bland movies and selling all of his properties for remakes.

            Sorry but Romero is the superior filmmaker. Always has been and always will be.
            ———-
            “We are bad guys. That means we’ve got more to do other than bullying companies. It’s fun to lead a bad man’s life.”

          • LifeMi

            Terminal, I never said Craven was a better filmmaker than Romero. I clearly stated in my response to you that Romero is the better director and has made better movies. I’m not comparing their talents; I’m merely pointing out that both of them proved themselves in the horror genre long ago, but they’re both still out there trying to be creative and remain relevant. For that, I will always respect both men. And furthermore, I do respect your opinion. I just happen to disagree with it.

    • Vanvance1

      I’m going to agree. This guy has lost it completely and all he’s doing now is tarnishing his own reputation and repeatedly disappointing horror fans.

      If Craven wants to do something for horror he should step back into the role of producer and get the newer talents in the genre some Hollywood money.

      • LifeMi

        Vanvance1, we’re going to have to agree to disagree on this but the idea of Craven serving as producer on movies with new talent is a good idea. He’s already done that to moderate success with the Last House on The Left remake, which was surprisingly good. His days as a filmmaker may be past him, but I nevertheless respect him for not selling out.

    • Terminal

      Wes Craven read your comment. He’s retiring officially. Who needs savings when he can listen to a fan boy?
      ———-
      “We are bad guys. That means we’ve got more to do other than bullying companies. It’s fun to lead a bad man’s life.”

      • Rottenjesus

        Says the man with the Loki picture and Firefly quote.

        • Terminal

          Wonderful argument.
          ———-
          “We are bad guys. That means we’ve got more to do other than bullying companies. It’s fun to lead a bad man’s life.”

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