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Scream the TV Series (Pilot) Review: A Pointless Stab in the Dark

It’s happened you guys. The snake has starved, it’s found it’s own tail and it’s having a proper good fucking chomp of itself. We’re full on Ouroboros in this shit now. 1,414 more words

TV

MTV`s Scream Series Premiere Review

The biggest question surrounding MTV’s adaptation of Kevin Williamson and Wes Craven’s mega successful Scream franchise was how to turn a 111-minute film into an on-going television series without losing the suspense and drama that is naturally created as a byproduct of the film’s condensed running time and the constant threat that anyone could die at any time. 1,117 more words

Scream

The Rules of Surviving a Horror Film

Before we dive into the new chapter of Scream, we should take a moment to remember the rules of a horror film.

In the first film, in order to survive you must never have sex, never drink or do drugs and never, ever, say you’ll be right back. 425 more words

Features

In Honor of MTV's 'Scream' Reboot, the Top 5 Death Scenes

In one week MTV will relaunch the Scream franchise. I don’t know about you, but I’m very excited. In honor of the MTV show, I re-watched all of the… 992 more words

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Film Diary: 01.06 - 08.06

Full and comprehensive film diary remains over at my Letterboxd acc.

The Times of Harvey Milk (1984) dir. Rob Epstein

An incredibly interesting documentary that not only explores Milk’s political career but also his personal life in an appropriately personal way. 1,048 more words

Film

Scream

Director: Wes Craven

1996

Scream, featuring a bevy of talented young actors (including Drew Barrymore, Neve Campbell, Skeet Ulrich, David Arquette, Rose McGowan, and Jamie Kennedy), took the United States by storm, bringing in over $130 million at the box office and kicking off a new wave of hip and reflexive slasher movies.” (854, Steven Jay Schneider, … 683 more words

1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die

The Sink

You decide to hit your head against the sink. You are very drunk, but the pain is nevertheless exquisite. You do it again, and again. She will never come back… again. 91 more words

Grimace