Happy New Fear: 2012 Scream Year in Review

Happy New Fear: 2012 Scream Year in Review

Scream 4‘s release in 2011 made that year the peak of Scream‘s resurgence. But what came next? Like the comedown of any high, 2012 was substantially quieter, but not without movement. Premature sequel & TV news, cast & crew Tweets and… an anniversary. Before you look forward you must look back. Or something like that.

Neve Campbell on Scream 5 & Patrick Dempsey

Neve Campbell on Scream 5 & Patrick Dempsey

Neve Campbell has been doing the interview rounds for her role in the new TV Movie An Amish Murder. Expectedly, she was asked about Scream 5. Expect variations of the same answer. But Collider did go the extra mile by asking her about her reunion with Patrick “Kincaid” Dempsey for an episode of Grey’s Anatomy.

Scary Movie 5 First Trailer Released

Scary Movie 5 First Trailer Released

Here is the trailer to Dimension Films’ Scary Movie 5, the latest entry in the Scream spoof spinoff franchise. The series appears to be finally getting back on track to its roots, if only as far back as the haunted house-themed Scary Movie 2 – its best sequel to date.

Party like it's 1996: Scream Turns Sweet Sixteen

Party like it’s 1996: Scream Turns Sweet Sixteen

20 December 1996 was the US Theatrical Debut of the original Scream! We all know the story by now – fresh-faced screenwriter Kevin Williamson wrote a script called Scary Movie, his last-ditch effort to break into Hollywood. Miramax’s Dimension Films won the bidding war and Wes Craven would direct. The rest is history.

The Future Of Scream-Trilogy.Net (Updated)

The Future Of Scream-Trilogy.Net (Updated)

Just a heads-up for our regular visitors – Scream-Trilogy.net may experience downtime from December 19 onwards. This might not be news to some, as many months throughout 2012 have seen disappearances of the website, and with this upcoming one seeming lengthy, possibly permanent, I wanted to address this.

10 Scream 3 Poster Designs You've Never Seen

10 Scream 3 Poster Designs You’ve Never Seen

Love it or hate it, the official Scream 3 poster was just sort of “there” with its giant number three and hollow-looking cast shots. Come to think of it, it wasn’t too better or worse than what Scream 2‘s artwork offered theater gazers. But there were attempts, prior to release of the film, on the [...]