Scream 4 review
Daniel Corleone - wrote on 12/04/11
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. Charlie Walker (Rory Culkin) and Robbie Mercer (Erik Knudsen) explains how the killings will be made including a "Stabathon" party where Gale places camera's which were blocked by Ghostface. Trevor Sheldon (Nico Tortorella) claims to be invited in Jill's house. Ghostface appears at Kirby's house. The killings in this 4th installment of the picture was more gruesome. Weird how the hospital room scene nobody notices the guns fired or wonder how strong Jill was against adults. The score was alright and the pace of the story was swift. Scream 4 also pays homage to classic films much like the original, the intent of the killer wasn't that deep unlike the rest but was more entertaining than the previous two efforts in my opinion.