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.
Ah, the soundtrack to Wes Craven’s Shocker - truly the B-Sides gift that keeps on giving. It wouldn’t be the most metal 80’s horror movie soundtrack without a hard rockin’ hair band power ballad. Every rose has its thorn; just like every sword had its stone; or something like that.
So ever since the credits rolled on Scream 4, fans have been wondering if there will be a Scream 5. We've learned never to say never in this business, but man, does this one sound unlikely. Maybe they'll surprise us?
The original Scream served to reinvigorate the slasher genre. Scream 2, though convoluted, did a fine job of carrying on the fun. Scream 3, well... it kind of sucked, and last year's Scream 4 was a bit better than 3. So are you guys up for a fifth?
The Scream Factory is releasing Deadly Blessing as a Collector’s Edition Blu-ray and DVD on January 22, 2013, and has announced the discs' bonus features. Also coming on the 22nd is The Nest; look for its bonus features soon!
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.
Wes Craven and Steve Niles. Those are two names that when uttered separately command attention from the horror fan. The two of them together working on one project?!? Okay, now we have a five-alarm horror geek fire cooking!
Remember all the "controversy" surrounding the last film in Wes Craven's much beloved Scream franchise? On-set tensions were highly touted just about everywhere as news of that and anything else you could think of came pouring in. We're sure about 95% of it was bullshit, but that remaining 5%...
Sometimes movies get released that go so far off the rails no matter how much you know they suck, you just can't help but have a soft spot for them. Wes Craven's The Hills Have Eyes Part 2 is a terrible film, but damn it if we're not salivating to see a dog have a flashback in full 1080p!
"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.
If there’s one thing to be said while listening to a hilariously bad song like “Shock Dance”, it’s that they really don’t make movie soundtracks like they used to. Heck, even in 1989 they rarely made movie soundtracks quite like that of Wes Craven’s Shocker.
Starring Heather Langenkamp, Robert Englund, Wes Craven, Tom Kircher Directed by Arlene Marechal
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.