In honor of the original Scream, which opened 14 years ago today, NECA has provided our first look at their new 7-inch Ghostface action figure. NECA's currently running a holiday media blitz on Twitter so be sure to follow @NECA_TOYS. Here's how they describe the new Ghostface:
Looking to be kept up-to-date on all things pertaining to the upcoming look back at Wes Craven's original entry into the Scream franchise for the A&E Biography Channel, "Scream: The Inside Story"? Well then fire up your Facebook because an official page has been launched!
Yesterday we told you guys about the Dan Farrands-directed Scream documentary for the A&E Biography Channel, "Scream: The Inside Story", the next in a long running series of programs examining some of the world's most influential films, and today we bring you the very first images from the set! What better way to spend your time in-between chowing down on turkey and pumpkin pie?
Yep, there's another Scream documentary on the way in addition to the one we first reported on here. Overkill? Fear not, dear reader, the projects couldn't be more different.
From Idle Hands, our man Nomad's home away from home, comes word that as Scream 4 prepares to hit theaters, NECA wants to make sure you've got a little 7-inch Ghostface in hand at the theater on opening night. And you'll have two different models to choose from.
Born in the 1990's, Wes Craven's Scream franchise has become a horror staple. Just in time for the fourth film in the series to come our way, a new documentary has been cooking steadily to take us behind-the-scenes and outline what all the screaming is about!
Some really interesting developments coming out of Michigan from the set of Wes Craven's Scream 4. Could an old psychotic face be joining the murderous festivities once again? This could be a scream, baby!
You're all too familiar with him. The creepy Burger King peering out from behind the cold, dead eyes of his trademark mask. This story is not about him, but he should be starring in his own horror film, damnit!
A few news sites across the World Wide Web have intimated that along with Courteney Cox, David Arquette, and Neve Campbell, Liev Schrieber would be returning to the Scream universe in installment #4, reprising his role as Cotton Weary. Our man Nomad was present at the Repo Men press junket taking place in NYC today and got the skinny straight from the man himself.
It's always nice to get a confirmation. It's especially nice when said confirmation comes in the form of one of your favorite directors getting back in the saddle to direct a new entry in a franchise that helped reinvigorate an entire subgenre.
On the red carpet at last night's Golden Globe Awards, Courteney Cox and David Arquette fielded yet another question about Wes Craven's involvement in the upcoming Scream 4, and while one of them was pretty confident about the director returning for the sequel, the other wasn't quite so sure.
This past fall saw the debut of the supernatural horror/comedy Jennifer’s Body, and with the film's Blu-ray and DVD release being only a few weeks away (December 29th), I thought it might be interesting to take a look back at some of the most successful high school horror films that have been released over the past 10 to 15 years.
It's been a while since last Neve Campbell talked about the Scream franchise, but the star just dropped some really interesting things about the upcoming film.
Writer/director/producer Wes Craven can add another item to his long list of accomplishments: mastering the 140-character tweet! Along with providing semi-regular updates on his upcoming project 25/8, he most recently touched upon the progress of Scream 4 via the increasingly ubiquitous Twitter.
Kevin Wiliamson has gotten his priorities straight in terms of the new Scream films in relation to the rest of the stuff that he has going on in his busy, busy career.