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Scream 4 (Blu-ray)

Released on 22 August 2011

Featuring: Lucy Hale, Roger Jackson & Shenae Grimes

Format: Blu-ray | Rating: 15 years & over

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Sidney Prescott, now the author of a self-help book, returns home to Woodsboro on the last stop of her book tour. There she reconnects with Sheriff Dewey and Gale, who are now married, as well as her cousin Jill (played by Emma Roberts) and her Aunt Kate (Mary McDonnell). Unfortunately Sidney's appearance also brings about the return of Ghostface, putting Sidney, Gale, and Dewey, along with Jill, her friends, and the whole town of Woodsboro in danger.

The newest installment in the acclaimed franchise that ushered in a new wave of horror in the 1990s is written by series creator Kevin Williamson and directed by suspense master and director of the first trilogy, Wes Craven.
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 "..IT'S A SCREAM BABY.."

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Wes Craven and Kevin Williamson are back on form with what is absolutely the best scream since the original!! This movie has all the classic cliques of modern slasher movies and oldskool too setting up yet another string of who done it murders with Sydney Prescott (Neve Campbell) right in the middle again, The kills are bloody and brutal once again! The idea for the story was great and the big reveal at the end was very well done and fits nicely into the current state of the world these days! The cast reunion was good, great to see all the faces from the originals back on form and the new cast fresh young faces like the wonderful Emma Roberts!! If your a big scream fan dont miss it!!!

 It's Worth Another Stab!

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The original Scream movie was, and still is a classic slasher that re-wrote the well worn serial killer movies from the late 70's and 80's, but like most of the slasher films it poked fun at the Scream series had ran out of steam by 2000's Scream 3 and resembled of being more like a Scooby-Doo episode than a self knowing slasher film, it was best to put the series on ice.
Fast forward eleven years and a lot has happend to horror movies over the decade, as we all have been bombarded by all the Saw movies and gory for the sake of being gory slashers. Scream 4 arrives like a breath of fresh air, it's also re-writes the rulebook once again, and although it may be light on gore, it more than makes up for in thrills and laughs. The clever who done it script is smart and keeps you guessing who is ghost face, the reunion of the surviving memebrs of the original trilogy mixed with thew new cast of fresh faced victims is good, but unfortunatly it does underwrite some of the new cast, as they might aswell have victim chalked on the back. Wes Craven direction is swift and ramps up the tension that proves that although his success rate is very hit and miss, when Craven gets it right he delivers the goods, and this is a movie he has got mostly right. My only concern is that some of the younger viewers might wonder what all the fuss is about, as the were too young to remember the original Trilogy and was brought up on the likes of SAW and Hostel, but to us who loved the first, enjoyed the second and just about put up with the third will relish every minute.
Scream 4 might not be as good as the original 1996 movie, but is far superior to Scream 3, and there is very chance that this is a launch of another trilogy.
This is a top class slasher, but it's a shame the Blue Ray is anything but class!
The picture is crisp and sound is as good as expected.
But what about the bonus features?
All you get is a trailer and nothing else! No making of, not a thing. Surly any film hoping to re-launch the series demands these features. It makes you question if you should have saved your money and bought the cheaper DVD instead.
Good film.
Pathetic bonus features
See if you liked....
Scream Trilogy (1996 -2000)
Halloween (1978)
Friday The 13th (1980).
I know What you did last summer (1997).
Urban Legend (1997).

 It's Worth Another Stab!

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The original Scream movie was, and still is a classic slasher that re-wrote the well worn serial killer movies from the late 70's and 80's, but like most of the slasher films it poked fun at the Scream series had ran out of steam by 2000's Scream 3 and resembled of being more like a Scooby-Doo episode than a self knowing slasher film, it was best to put the series on ice.
Fast forward eleven years and a lot has happend to horror movies over the decade, as we all have been bombarded by all the Saw movies and gory for the sake of being gory slashers. Scream 4 arrives like a breath of fresh air, it's also re-writes the rulebook once again, and although it may be light on gore, it more than makes up for in thrills and laughs. The clever who done it script is smart and keeps you guessing who is ghost face, the reunion of the surviving memebrs of the original trilogy mixed with thew new cast of fresh faced victims is good, but unfortunatly it does underwrite some of the new cast, as they might aswell have victim chalked on the back. Wes Craven direction is swift and ramps up the tension that proves that although his success rate is very hit and miss, when Craven gets it right he delivers the goods, and this is a movie he has got mostly right. My only concern is that some of the younger viewers might wonder what all the fuss is about, as the were too young to remember the original Trilogy and was brought up on the likes of SAW and Hostel, but to us who loved the first, enjoyed the second and just about put up with the third will relish every minute.
Scream 4 might not be as good as the original 1996 movie, but is far superior to Scream 3, and there is very chance that this is a launch of another trilogy.
This is a top class slasher, but it's a shame the Blue Ray is anything but class!
The picture is crisp and sound is as good as expected.
But what about the bonus features?
All you get is a trailer and nothing else! No making of, not a thing. Surly any film hoping to re-launch the series demands these features. It makes you question if you should have saved your money and bought the cheaper DVD instead.
Good film.
Pathetic bonus features
See if you liked....
Scream Trilogy (1996 -2000)
Halloween (1978)
Friday The 13th (1980).
I know What you did last summer (1997).
Urban Legend (1997).

 A Scre4m of Delight!!

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I had doubts whether this film could indeed manage to capture the right tone and inspiration of the first film. This in my mind is the closest sequel to match the first film and is just a massively fun time at the cinema. The plot revels in a sort of re-introduction to the characters and the returning cast are an awful lot of fun. The references to modern horror convention and the reliance on sequels, gore and virals is well placed and the film is just an enjoyable stint and actually surfaces a few jump scares along the way too. A great addition to the film franchise and I think it would make for a perfect finnish to the Scream series! Although I doubt it will end it!

 'We All Go A Little Mad Sometimes...'

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So...after ten long years of waiting, Scream finally came back into my life!!! But after such a lengthy wait, I was expecting something phenomenal to knock me for six, and I am so disappointed to say that just didn't happen for me. It kills me to say it. I love the first three films; Scream is one of the best horror films ever made, but Wes Craven and Kevin Williamson just didn't pull it off. If this had been the first film, it would have worked, but it does not work as the fourth movie in a successful franchise. In the end, instead of my usual shock at who the killer was, I found it to be quite unbelievable, and I think that is mainly down to casting more than anything. As usual, there are a few laughs in there and alot of well known faces but it really needed to be a lot more twisted and deep for the idea it was trying to portray. It did try, but it didn't work. Nevertheless, I will add it to my Scream collection when it comes out.

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ActorsLucy Hale, Roger Jackson, Shenae Grimes, Dane Farwell, Anna Paquin, Kristen Bell, Aimee Teegarden, Brittany Robertson, Neve Campbell, Alison Brie, David Arquette, Courteney Cox, Hayden Panettiere, Emma Roberts & Marielle Jaffe
DirectorWes Craven
Certificate15 years and over
Year2011
LanguagesEnglish