A director, a killer, a victim and a heroine: these diverse representations of the fabric of Scream were present for the audio commentary for October 4th’s home releases of Scream 4. It was recorded back in June.
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.
Time to help Scream 4 get some more recognition out there! It has been nominated for Best Horror Film at the Teen Choice Awards 2011. It faces competition in Paranormal Activity 2, Let Me In, Saw 3D: The Final Chapter and Piranha 3D: The Sequel. It’s a crime that Hayden Panettiere wasn’t nominated in the [...]
Oh yes, this I like. If you’ve wondered if the upcoming Scream trilogy blu-ray box set was going to have any new extras, and also when the Still Screaming feature-length documentary was coming out, it’s a two-birds-one-stone situation as it was announced today that Still Screaming will be contained with the Scream BD set on [...]
While the lead-up to Scream 4 saw many production photographs released – or escape, in some cases – a few were held back. Now that we’re in the post-release era, it was only a matter of time before the strays floated into our grubby mits. Sidneyloverboy located seven of them* and kindly shared. Click for [...]
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.