In Scream 4, Anything Goes

If you haven’t been checking out Scream Franchise Examiner lately, you’ve been missing out. We frankly don’t have much time to surf many fansites but always sit down with a coffee to read John Valeri’s smooth and insightful articles. He has been quietly producing exclusive content for some months now – and the latest gem is an interview with a [privately confirmed] anonymous Scream 4 insider. The interview was rolled out in two parts over the past week.

3) From what you have seen, how would you say SCREAM 4 is going to compare to the original trilogy? Many sources have said that it captures the spirit of the first SCREAM more so than the sequels—do you agree?

From what I have seen there are things in this movie that definitely make reference to the others. But this film is going to put the other 2 sequels to rest.

4) The tagline for the film is “New Decade, New Rules.” Can you give us a little insight as to what this might mean?

I’ll be right back…….ok back. Wait I didn’t die oh no! The rules as Jamie Kennedy put them are no longer in effect. Anything goes. The rules that the sequels went by ultimately made them stupid. The movie makes reference to it. When you watch it you will see.

Read the interviews in full for more, including what Neve Campbell was really like, and how the veteran and younger cast members got on.

Interview part one: Click here
Interview part two:
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10 Responses to “ In Scream 4, Anything Goes ”


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  1. This guy seems like a bit of a douche, really. This film will “put the other 2 sequels to rest”? What does that even mean? The rules made the sequels “stupid”? Without the rules it’s just not Scream. Huh?

  2. “Without the rules its just not Scream” From what I have gathered with this movie, there are no rules to follow, which throws the characters off and they are desperately trying to figure out the game plan of the killer so they can survive. I suspect that there will be talk about the rules of reboots, remakes, and evan sequels. Is the killer/ers using the rules of a horror movie or a sequel? what about a remake? what are rules of remakes of originals?

    I think that Scream 4 will have elements of a remake and elements of a sequel, and that new rules will be established by the end of the film.

  3. 15 April 2011…Remember this date!

  4. So, yeah. I was pretty sure they shot the finale in July before Courteney left, and now that proves it. YAY!

  5. yeah, this guy clearly had nothing to do with the other movies. hes a douche forreal!!.. scream 2 was amazing, with all the crap this guys talking it better be better than scream 2. and scream 3 come on, that was weak so if its not better pfft then he we have a huge problem. don’t like the ‘insider’ at all.

  6. This is a total studio plant. He said he read the script but doesn’t know anything about the rewrite situation? Even if he hadn’t read it, if he were on set, he’d know about it. There’s no such thing as a kept secret on a movie set.

  7. This is a total studio plant. He said he read the script but doesn’t know anything about the rewrite situation? Even if he hadn’t read it, if he were on set, he’d know about it. There’s no such thing as a kept secret on a movie set.

  8. The lack of proper punctuation in the interview made reading it so much more difficult. What kind of insider is this…?!

  9. hmmm i dont buy it. i think hes lying about everything. and i agree with popkiller27

  10. If I didn’t have reason to believe my source, I wouldn’t have run the interview. And as for any grammar/punctuation issues–some people are just poor typists!

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