Wolfi und Thomas sind wieder vor den Mikros. Denn wenn ein neuer Fantastic Beasts Film in den Kinos läuft, ist der ideale Zeitpunkt, um über die Scream Filme zu podcasten.
Was auf der Maturareise passiert, bleibt auf der Maturareise.
Da sich dieses Jahr aufgrund der zeitintensiven Viennale kein Halloween Podcast wie letztes Jahr ausgegangen ist, hat sich Wolfgang kurz hingesetzt, um einen Wes Craven Podast aufzunehmen, in dem er sich mit den Filmreihen Scream und A Nightmare on Elm Street auseinandersetzt und für beide Filmreihen ein Triple-Feature auswählt, welches man an einem Halloween Film-Marathon schauen kann.
Scream 4 is… not as bad as Scream 3
It is for sure unexpected, I just don’t know yet if that is a good thing or a bad thing.
This will be just an impression of a guy who started watching Scream with 10, was not allowed to go into the theater to see Scream 3 because he was only 11, waited for the VHS release of Scream 3 and watched it over and over again.
This article will be spoiler FREE, there won’t be any plot revelations or anything. The only thing that I might say is how I felt about stuff like the killer, the motif, the opening, but there won’t be a revelation of what it really is.
For an overview of the previous Scream movies click here.
The story continues!
This is an overview of the first three installments of the highly successful Scream trilogy, which will get a fourth chapter this week. The guide is spoiler-free, no revelations of the idedntity of the killers are made, it is just here to give a general feeling of what this series is about and why I think it should be watched.
For a spoiler-free overview of the Scream Trilogy click here.
Tomorrow Scream 4 arrives in french cow country and to say I’m excited might not really cut it, after all Scream has been my first “serious horror movie” when I was ten and I am now in the demographic being targeted as nostalgia cash-in.
The idea of having a fourth Scream or Scre4m as they call it now, always sounded ridiculous to me – then again I was young and believed what the guy in the television told me. “The rules” clearly established in Scream 3 that either you have a continuing franchise OR a concluded trilogy.
Since Scream 3 (or Scr3am ?) took the second route a sequel was out of the question…
But in a year where we have 3 part 4s (Scre4m, Pirates 4 and Twilight 4) it doesn’t seem that far off. The question is:
Will this movie be any good?