Director Wes Craven brings this final part of our Scream 4 soundbites video clip series to its conclusion all by himself.
What a difference a year makes. Opening less than 365 days after its predecessor, Scream 2 was perfectly poised to rake in the big bucks. For starters opening night at the local theater was no longer a "fans only" event.
Scream 4 Press Conference Coverage: Anthony Anderson, Emma Roberts, Hayden Panettiere and Rory Culkin
Undoubtedly, the original Scream movies remain one of the most influential modern franchises in the horror genre, and now that director Wes Craven has re-teamed with the ghoulishly demented Ghostface for another installment in the franchise, it only seems right that we get to know the new blood in Scream 4...
Clever title, eh? Yeah, we thought so too. Amazing how no one else has cooked up that moniker for a horror flick yet (the French-Canadian short film about drugs doesn't count). Leave it to an indie filmmaker! Get ready to dig on the very first word for this latest low-budget terror tale.
And the Scream 4 madness continues, this time with a brand new Canadian website that its American web-based cousin could learn a thing or ten from. Bottom line? This new site is just more fun! On it you can look back at the rules, characters and much, much more! Dig it!
Next up in Part 3 of our Scream 4 soundbites video clip series from the cast and director Wes Craven is more new blood from the Scream family - Hayden Panettiere ("Heroes"), Anthony Anderson ("Law & Order"), and Brittany Robertson ("Life Unexpected", The CW's upcoming "The Secret Circle") round out the newbies portion of our behind-the-scenes look.
In Part 2 of our series of soundbites from the cast and crew of Scream 4, we focus on three people who are new to the franchise - Emma Roberts (daughter of Eric), Adam Brody ("The OC") and Alison Brie! Dig in for some insight into their latest tango with Ghostface and Wes Craven.
Another image has made its way online courtesy of Dimension films for Scream 4 and we have every pixel of it right here for you. Nothing too exciting but by the looks on their faces hopefully something gooey is about to happen.
It’s been almost 11 years since Ghostface was slicing and dicing on the big screen, but now he’s back with some old friends, a fresh set of victims to play with and a brand new set of rules to play by in Wes Craven’s latest genre effort, Scream 4, which hits theaters on April 15th.
It has been around 15 years since Wes Craven and Kevin Williamson revitalized the slasher subgenre with a little movie called Scream, and with the next chapter in that series coming out soon, we are bringing you a series of soundbites from the cast and crew of Scream 4.
Can't wait to sink your knife deep into the chest of the A&E BIO Channel's production of "Scream: The Inside Story" from director Dan Farrands this week? We don't blame ya! Several new clips have made their way online to sharpen your pointy to! Dig it!
"Scream: The Inside Story" LIVE chat page here
Excited for A&E's BIO Channel's production of "Scream: The Inside Story" from director Dan Farrands (Never Sleep Again)? You should be as it's guaranteed to be the finest look back at the first film we're ever likely to see. That being said ... How about a taste of the goodies to come?
For a while, successful horror looked to be a thing of the past. With the close of the 1980s it seemed that audience fatigue had set in regarding reigning franchises. 1989 saw minimal box office returns for the Friday the 13th, Halloween and A Nightmare on Elm Street franchises, indicating that audiences might’ve had enough of these recurring bogeymen.
And what's not to celebrate? Two horror heavyweights together in a slasher movie? Sounds pretty close to horror movie nirvana to us! Ready for the 411? Yeah, we thought you would be. Lionsgate announced today that it will be dropping Blood Night: The Legend of Mary Hatchet onto DVD on June 15th. The flick, directed by Frank Sabatella, stars Danielle Harris and Bill Moseley.