“SCREAM 4″ MOVIE REVIEW. Watch SCRAMBLING VICTIMS screaming for MERCY, waiting to be BUTCHERED.
“SCREAM 4″ PRESS PREVIEW
It has been ten long years waiting for SCREAM 4 to arrive, and now that it’s here for us to drool with more screams, is it any good?
You can sock it to film director WES CRAVEN, the grand master of horror slasher flicks to bring the whole house down screaming in delirium, and he’ll never disappoint.
He’s back with more blood, gore and violence on a platter, and if you are the true-blue, hard-core bloodthirsty type, this one’s for you, honey.
Just sit back, ease your tension and enjoy the film as beautiful creatures make their advent on screen with gusto and then get peremptorily hacked to death within minutes.
That’s some wow, right?
You’ll get sucked into the mind-boggling maze trying to figure out who’s this killer, what’s the motive and you will get confronted lots of red herrings before the final showdown with the mad, gleeful killer who’s out for the berserk, vengeful slash.
Here’s the flow of the story:
It is the 15th anniversary of the Woodsboro murders (and the 15th anniversary of the first Scream movie).
Sidney Prescott (Neve Campbell) now returns to her hometown on the last stop of her book tour.
Bloody mayhem follows.
Someone has taken on the guise of the Ghostface Killer – the masked killer who enjoyed tormenting his victims with phone calls and movie references, and he’s recreating those murders again that took place 15 years ago.
While Sidney is put under 24-hour surveillance, the local high school kids, including Olivia (Marielle Jaffe), Kirby (Hayden Panettiere), Sidney’s cousin Jill (Emma Roberts), Charlie (Rory Culkin) and more are trying to avoid being the next victim.
Will Dewey (David Arquette) and Gale (Courtney Cox) be able to uncover the killer time runs out?
Who will live and who will die?
Directed with the keen eye of a horror master on a fast-paced script by the series’ creator, Kevin Williamson, “Scream 4” is everything what a pulse-pounding, suspense thriller should be.
Believe me, having reviewed countless bad imitators of so-called slasher films, this feature stands out like a rare gem.
It is possibly, film director WES CRAVEN’s best in the SCREAM franchise so far.
“SCREAM 4″ will definitely put you on the edge of your seat all the way to a heart-stopping finale with a wicked twist.
It can be funny, chilly and it is all at once, a well conceived murder mystery.