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Old 8th August 2018, 09:20 PM
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Default THE SCREAM FILMS Wes Craven 1996-2011

Wes Craven's SCREAM franchise.
Reinvigorated the genre back in the '90's and created a classic horror figure in the guise of Ghostface.
Anyone else a fan of these classy slasher flicks?
If so,what's your favourite scary installment?



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I like all 4 films, but the first is the best IMO
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Big fan. The original is by far the best but it's a consistently entertaining and enjoyable series. Scream 3 is underrated, and while I was very leery on them doing Scream 4 after so long, I actually rate it as the best of the sequels.
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I remember seeing Scream at the cinema.

That opening Drew Barrymore scene goes down as one of most tension, filled arse clenching pieces of celluloid i ever saw.
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First bought SCREAM on an ex rental tape from Global Video!

Didn't want to wait on the sellthru version!

Watched the French BD the other night,in fact it's started me on a 90's slasher run.

Last night was I KNOW WHAT YOU DID LAST SUMMER.
Tonight will be URBAN LEGENDS.

Going back to Scream,the gorgeous Neve Campbell deserved a much better career......
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First bought SCREAM on an ex rental tape from Global Video!

Didn't want to wait on the sellthru version!

Watched the French BD the other night,in fact it's started me on a 90's slasher run.

Last night was I KNOW WHAT YOU DID LAST SUMMER.
Tonight will be URBAN LEGENDS.

Going back to Scream,the gorgeous Neve Campbell deserved a much better career......
I used to like Global Video. Always preferred them to Blockbuster. Their tapes always seemed in better nick.

Nice choices to follow Scream with. Really like both those films.
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