Written by Liver Alone for Scream-Trilogy So I’m casually browsing the web when I hear that Paranormal Activity 3 garnered a smashing $50 million opening weekend at the North American box office, and as a Scream fan, all the bitterness and swallowed pride from six months prior came rummaging back up. You see, in the [...]
Before Windsor College, Stab 3 or Jill Roberts there was Kevin Williamson, an idea and a title— Scary Movie. The following is an analysis of the screenplay that would come to be known as Scream. The photocopy used in the creation of this article is dated April 5, 1995. It features Kevin’s handwritten revisions as he [...]
Sometimes TV cuts of films yield vast differences to their theatrical counterparts, but over this past weekend, the hotel Pay-Per-View version of Scream 4 became apparent to be altered in numerous, if subtle ways.
The MPAA didn’t order any cuts to Scream 4, but a major amount of material was removed by Team Scream themselves. In a multi-part series of articles, Scream-Trilogy tells you – and shows you – what was left on the cutting room floor. Today, hello Gale Weathers.
Scream (1996) was hailed as a breath of fresh air in its reinvention of the slasher film and success in rising above the cliches and tropes that helped kill the subgenre in the first place. a stark contrast to Scream 3 (2000) which was heavily criticized as succumbing to the silly tricks the original had [...]
Written by LiverAlone for Scream-Trilogy If there were justice in the universe, Scream 4 would go down as one of the great cinema fake-outs. All along, we were told Scream 4 would be a pseudo-reboot to the series, a passing-of-the-torch tale that would introduce a new generation cast to carry the series onward through a [...]