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Director: Wes Craven
Sidney, attempting to cope with her mother's mysterious murder, and her horror movie-obsessed friends are stalked by an unknown killer who seems to have a hard time letting the past go.
Entertainment Weekly Review: 'Scream'
Wes Craven’s Scream is a deft, funny, shrewdly unsettling tribute to such slasher-exploitation thrillers asTerror Train, New Year’s Evil, and Craven’s own A Nightmare on Elm Street...
Roger Ebert Review: 'Scream'
What did I think about this movie? As a film critic, I liked it. I liked the in-jokes and the self-aware characters...
Go Ahead And 'Scream'
The best fright fest of the ’90s, Wes Craven’s "Scream" playfully tweaks many of the horror/ slasher conventions in place since the arrival of "Halloween" and "Friday the 13th" in the mid-’80s, but it does so with a fiendishly clever...
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