Still Screaming Doco Just Around The Corner

For those that came in late, Still Screaming: The Ultimate Scary Movie Documentary does what what the label suggests – leave no stone unturned regarding the Scream trilogy. It was assumed to hit before Scream 4 but the doco went dark after the release of the film, with Miramax picking it up for unspecified, undated plans. Now there seems to be a light at the end of the tunnel…

Yesterday the Still Screaming Facebook alluded to a newly-recorded commentary and that a release date announcement will come “Pretty darn soon, I think. I’m getting information in bits and pieces. I know I can’t make the announcement. Miramax will do that.”

This links up with some postings earlier in the week via the Still Screaming thread on our forum where producer/director Ryan Turek mentioned “Definitely finding out some more details tomorrow. I think you’re all going to see this soon. Probably before the S4 DVD release.” Then: “Just heard the plans for release. I’m happy to know this will be in your HANDS. Unfortunately, I can’t announce specifics, that’s up for the company to do. But things are moving along now. Finally.”

We’ll keep you up-to-date of course. Until then, catch up with the Still Screaming trailer.
 

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Reader Advisory: Comments may contain SCREAM 4 SPOILERS
  1. FINALLY i want the dvd, i just was thinking about it!

  2. Hopefully the documentary will come out around the same time as Scream 4 dvd. (or maybe later)

  3. Oh, good news. However, it’s been such a long time since I read about this that I’ve forgotten the details, Kevin Williamson isn’t involved, is he? It’s just that if he’s not it leaves a BIG whole in the documentary. I hope I’ve misremembered because I want this to be good, and not a puff piece. There’s no shame in people telling the truth about any problems or frustrations they may have had, as well as the satisfactions. But heck, maybe I expect too much! Thanks for the update @wicked-scribe.

  4. Awesome! :)

  5. I love hearing ONLY about the original 3 instead of that weak excuse they just made. In my mind it will always just b the first 3.

  6. Good news. However, it’s been so long I can’t remember the details. Has Kevin Williamson any involvement in this? If not that leaves a BIG hole, I hope it isn’t a puff piece. There’s no shame in people being truthful about any frustration or disappointment felt as well as satisfactions. But maybe I’m expecting too much! Thanks for the update @wicked-scribe.

  7. Does anyone know if it will be released in Australia?

  8. Yikes! Holy inadvertent double post Batman!

  9. @ Lakeshow The only weak Scream movie was Scream 3 1,2 and 4 were the good ones.

  10. I WANT THIS!!!

  11. I disagree with lakeshow. I loved the 4th. In my opinion, as much as I’m looking forward to this, I kind of wish they had waited to make it. I would love to see a Scream franchise documentary that includes a lot of details of the 4th movie as well.

  12. “Nobody will ever see it thanks to you, you little pencil d!ck” Wes Craven. My favorite quote.

  13. “Nobody will ever see it thanks to you, you little pencil d!ck” What is he talking about?

  14. Random bit of info: SCREAM 4 actually has the second highest IMDb score of the four films. SCREAM is rated 7.2/10, SCREAM 4 is next on 7.0/10, then SCREAM 2 on a surprisingly low 5.9 and SCREAM 3 with 5.3.

  15. i want thiiiiiiiiiiiiiisssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss

  16. pop quiz who is the only non main character to pop up in the scream films?

  17. I really hope that there’s something about Tatum’s death in there. It’s my all time favorite death of the series.

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