SCREAM Celebrates It’s Anniversary in 4K – Review
Wes Craven’s movies have left an indelible mark on the horror genre. Scream is one of the best ways to ease yourself into the horror genre. It was one of the films that brought me back into the horror family.
Horror is subjective, but Scream has some horrific kill scenes. Writer, Kevin Williamson, added a nice blend of comedy into the film to balance out the tension.
I see so many similarities between Scream and A Nightmare on Elm Street. The reason, the similarity between the cast. Skeet Ulrich is the reincarnation of Johnny Depp’s character. It’s a similarity, at least in my opinion.
The picture quality looked nice to me, despite complaints from other viewers. The sound picked up elements that I’d never heard of before. Like the exhaust from the cars peeling out or the sounds of the waterfall outside of the high school. The sound mix makes a huge difference in the film quality in my opinion.
The new SCREAM 4K Ultra HD, Limited-Edition 4K Ultra HD SteelBook, and Blu-ray include a brand-new look back at the film and director Wes Craven, featuring archival behind-the-scenes footage and new interviews with stars Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox, and David Arquette, as well as screenwriter Kevin Williamson and the directors and other cast members from the new installment in the franchise scheduled to premiere in theaters in 2022 from Paramount Pictures and Spyglass Media Group. The discs also include access to a Digital copy of the film and the legacy bonus content detailed below:
· A Bloody Legacy: Scream 25 Years Later— NEW!
· Audio commentary by director Wes Craven and writer Kevin Williamson
· Production featurette
· Behind the Scenes
- On the Scream Set
- Drew Barrymore
· Q&A with Cast and Crew
- What’s Your Favorite Scary Movie?
- Why are People so Fascinated by Horror Films?
Scream 4K Synopsis
After a series of mysterious deaths befalls their small town, an offbeat group of friends led by Sidney Prescott (Neve Campbell) becomes the target of a masked killer. As the body count rises, Sidney and her friends turn to the “rules” of horror films to help navigate the real-life terror they’re living in. The film also stars Courteney Cox, David Arquette, Skeet Ulrich, Matthew Lillard, Jamie Kennedy, Rose McGowan, and Drew Barrymore.