There are a lot of things that Scream 2 isn't. For a start, it isn't Scream. Wes Craven and Kevin Williamson had an insurmountable peak to climb if they ever hoped they could top their knife wielding classic. Without having that initial mass scare when the mask of ghost face is revealed would already make any sequel an inferior film.
So the terror quota may have been downsized but that doesn't stop Scream 2 from being a massively enjoyable horror…
How do you manage to follow the jam packed Avengers assault?
Marvel unleash the first part of what they are now calling Phase 2 with the third outing for their red and gold Avenger leader. Something of a risk in certain eyes, given that Robert Downey Jr's second film as the shell head was a rather poor affair but with Shane Black now at the helm and not having to overly concern itself with being the main set up film…
They say that lightning never strikes twice. In 1986, James Cameron proved that theory wrong when he submitted his Alien follow up, Aliens, which was every bit as exciting and inventive as the original. Lightning it seems though was taking a day off when it came to the third installment of the xenomorph saga.
Alien3 is such a mess that it's an incredible feat that anything arrived at all, let alone something that was actually half decent.
This time Ripley…
About halfway through Identity, the film makes a pretty big presumption which in turn leads it to making a pretty huge f**k up!
John Cusack, Ray Liotta and Amanda Peet are amongst the strangers who thanks to a flooded road find themselves stranded in a creepy and rain soaked motel, the same night a dangerous killer is being transported so Alfred Molina's psychiatrist can get him out of his execution. Slowly the inhabitants of the motel are picked off one…