Summary: I think fans of the original Scream will like this one - certainly better than the third entry. I has a lot of throwbacks to the original (and the opening is hilarious). The mix of old characters and new is appreciated and the story about how people get famous in a digital age is all too true in so many cases. Worth a watch for fans of the Scream franchise or horror in general.
Summary: i thought this movie was really great as i anticipated the return of scream i thought the story was good and the characters really were throughout the whole movie really suprised by two killers especially her cousin..cant wait for the next one..
Summary: Hey Wes Craven I give you an applause for bringing the franchise back to form and earning its good reputation back again with solid scares, skilled kills, and laughs. Too bad it did bad at the box-office you could start another trilogy. I give this movie 71%.
Summary: part of this flick makes me want to say, yea ok......just like all the others. but part of it made we want to keep watching. thats how you know when you`re watching a good movie. thought I had the end figured out then BAM, right in the chops. anticipating #5.
Excerpt: Scream 4 goes back to its roots. Calls from Ghostface ensue while teenagers are murdered. Sidney Prescott (Neve Campbell) returns to Woodsboro promotes her book with Rebecca Walters (Alison Brie) while Gale Weathers-Riley (Courteney Cox) and Sheriff Dewey Riley (David Arquette) are having problems. Jill (Emma Roberts) and her friends are terrorized. Ghostface likewise kills Rebecca and is dropped to a media van.
Summary: A Very poor attempt at making another scream film in my opinion but it is a Scream film one of the most talked about Horror film franchise made along with Halloween. The addition of a few younger actor/actresses has managed to pull this film out the grave a bit..but are they now starting to get a bit repetative.
Summary: I didn't expect this film to be as good as it was. It was an excellent installment to the Scream series and I'm sure there could be more after that, keeping the brilliance alive for more years. I didn't think it could be done in a way people didn't see coming, but I was gratefully proven wrong. I thoroughly enjoyed this film and would watch it again. The cast wasn't brilliant, other than the originals (Campbell, Cox, and Arquette). All in all, a very decent film.
Summary: A decent entry into the Scream franchise that's pretty much on par with the other films in the series. The franchise adapts to the changing horror movie times, as this is pretty much the most violent and gory of the bunch, but it's still an enjoyable film. It's good to see Campbell, Cox, and Arquette back as the trio we're familiar with, and the new members of the cast hold their own as well.