The most brutal, emotional film and the best Dewey of the franchise.
Glad to see Rory Culkin reprise his role of Lord Of Chaos in this (or vice versa).
That being said. This is the first Scream movie they've thought about how to make things scary, it's way more brutal than the last one and it's the first where I was able to separate Ghostface from the Scary Movie films.
Excellent cast, just a shame about plastic Monica Geller. And also a shame that half of the one-liners didn't work.
I love that 60 years after the first episode got released, The Twilight Zone still has an huge influence on today's movies.
That being said, I highly enjoyed this film, mostly because I really dug the comedy. Too bad the comedy gets an upperhand to the horror, so it's nowhere scary.
The cinematography is top notch just like the soundtrack, but the script is a little flawed. There's a highly predictable and unnecessary plottwist that leaves a plothole.