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.
Even though Wes Craven recently said David Arquette and Courteney Cox's return to the Scream franchise was pretty much a done deal, it's always nice to get confirmation. And today that's exactly what we got, straight from the mouth of Deputy Dwight "Dewey" Riley himself.
Lots of monsters in this week's DVD round-up, but for my money, the pick of the litter has to be Golden Age Ghost Tales with the likes of Boris Karloff, David Niven, and Ronald Reagan starring in seven spine-tingling half-hour ghost stories selected from several top anthology TV series from 1951-1962.
Just a few days ago we let you guys know about Kevin Williamson's new Scream trilogy that's being readied. Today the master himself, Wes Craven, sheds some more light!
Reboot. Redux. Remake. Relax. It's all the same crap, isn't it? Entertainment Weekly got word tonight that a potential reboot of Wes Craven's Scream franchise is in the works.
All right, this is just weird but it’s one of those things that I feel like if we ignore, we’ll be the only ones not talking about it. A scooper dropped us a line today with intel that Kevin Williamson is on board to write not just one, but three new Scream films, rebooting the franchise with a whole new trilogy.