Victim Chase Scene From My Soul To Take (Video)

Here’s a look at a full scene from Wes Craven’s My Soul To Take – and not some talky scene, but a full-on chase scene, leading right into the point of kill. Very reminiscent of the Sarah Darling sequence in Scream 3, but outdoors. To see how this unfortunate lass bites it after the Ripper catches her, you’ll need to watch the movie this weekend!

Vintage Craven, using the tools of fear that will next be on display in Scream 4

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  1. i wish u would have chosen a different headline, i thought it was scream 4 and had a heartattack

  2. Awesome! I can’t wait to see this movie. DanYMA6, how didn’t you realize it was for My Soul To Take when it says so in the title? It doesn’t mention Scream 4 at all.

  3. I jumped at the end haha

  4. She didn’t seem to have any genuine desire to get away. I mean, she was WALKING for crying out loud. That’s not a chase, that’s a follow! Haha.
    Still, it looks like it could be a good cheap thrill. For some reason, I’m not as amped for this movie as I should be.

  5. I saw victim chase… oh, its my soul to take lol

  6. Well, quite easily… seeing as I read the beginning to the end not the other way round, so the first words I saw were victim chase scene

  7. i agree with currentlyRAD, im not looking forward to this as much as i was when i first heard of it. and now that it’s post converted to 3D, i really doubt ill pay $15 to see this in theaters. everything i’ve seen for it has been lackluster, not to mention PG-13. BRING ON SCREAM 4!!!

  8. This film REALLY REALLY sucked.

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