There was a lot wrong with Scream 3. For a while now some fans have been wondering what the film would have been like if writer Kevin Williamson had been able to spend some quality time with it. Wonder no more.
It's hard to believe it's been 16 years since Scream was released - curious to see how it holds up on the big screen? If so, then keep reading because we have details on several special one-night screenings across the country through Tugg.com to help you celebrate Halloween.
Who's ready to go back to school? We are, and we know what's waiting: copious amounts of pig's blood, nightmare stalkers, masked killers, and more.
With more and more big screen villains headed to the small screen in one way or another, in a strange way it almost makes sense that a weekly show based on the Wes Craven pop culture heavy slasher franchise Scream is in the works. Read on for the first details.
Back in October we first learned about Scott Kessinger's Scream Deconstructed: An Unauthorized Analysis, and now the book about all four Scream films is poised to enjoy wider distribution via Kindle, Nook, Barnes & Noble, and international Amazon stores after its successful initial release.
"To avoid fainting, keep repeating: It's only a movie ... only a movie ... only a movie ..." Of course this was the infamous tagline that accompanied the directorial debut of the man who would become one of the most successful directors the genre has ever seen. Wes Craven helped to mold modern-day horror with his early work, then reinvigorated it when needed the most.
Looking for something to complete your Scream collection? Then you'll be interested in Scott Kessinger's Scream Deconstructed: An Unauthorized Analysis hitting Amazon.com on October 25th from Stinger Books. Read on for the details.
After sitting down with the Blu-ray of Scream 4 (Blu-ray/DVD review here), one thing became quickly apparent ... there were a lot of good moments that just didn't make it into the final cut. Case in point: the following deleted scene.
Directed by Master of Horror Wes Craven, Scream 4 is the latest installment in the (potentially growing) Scream series of flicks which not only reunited the director with the franchise's original trio of survivors (Neve Campbell, David Arquette and Courteney Cox) but also allowed the veteran director an opportunity to collaborate with a new generation of genre stars (Emma Roberts, Hayden Paniettere, Rory Culkin, Alison Brie, Erik Knudsen) as well.
Missed out on picking up the original Scream Trilogy on Blu-ray? Figured you would wait for Scream 4 to come out? You, dearest reader, have made a wise choice as Lionsgate is re-issuing the first three flicks in one tidy box set and then some!
Great news coming up for fans of the Scream franchise! Ryan Turek's Still Screaming: The Ultimate Scary Movie Retrospective is gearing up to hit glorious Blu-ray high definition! Read on for the early word.
Ryan Turek, Editor-in-Chief of Shock Till You Drop and good chum of ours, has been hard at work. Between his upcoming Hellraiser doc and his Scream documentary, Still Screaming: The Ultimate Scary Movie Retrospective, debuting, this is a gent who hasn’t let any grass grow under his feet.
We told you yesterday about the new Scream game landing on iPhones and iPads everywhere via iTunes. Well, here's a friendly reminder that the game in which you play as good old Ghostface himself is available RIGHT NOW! But wait ... that's not all!
Oh, happy day! Scream 4 (review here) is in theatres tomorrow, April 15, and after you're done seeing it, you can don the mask and slay some digital victims! Does it get any better? Rarely!