There’s a Scream TV series, and if you’re like most people I mention the show to you were either completely unaware of this or you knew about it and wrote it off without ever watching it. But you should, because it’s kind of fantastic. It takes everything great from Wes Craven and Kevin Williamson’s original slasher and repurposes it for a new, more… Continue reading Why You Should Be Watching the 'Scream' TV Series
After years of development, a Scream TV series is finally coming to MTV at the end of this month. But it might not look like the Scream you remember from the movies. The big difference is the mask, which has been changed from the iconic Ghostface, inspired by Edward Munch’s painting The Scream, which was used in four installments on the big screen.
Here’s the new one… Continue reading Check Out the New 'Scream' Mask and Look at the 5 Different Kinds of Horror Masks
It seems like the minds behind MTV’s new Scream are aware of how hard it’s going to be to turn a movie as singularly perfect as Scream into a TV show, seeing as the first trailer for it announces (via one of its characters), “You can’t do a slasher movie as a TV series.”
Presumably they’re not talking about Scream itself, but instead… Continue reading Reel TV: MTV's 'Scream' Trailer Trades Drew Barrymore's Sweater for Bella Thorne's Bikini
Scream has one of the best opening scenes in horror-movie history. Even if you remove the fact that Drew Barrymore, who was the biggest name actor in the movie, gets murdered in the opening minutes, it still stands as a fantastic piece of tension between a lonely teen girl and the crazy guy threatening to cut her into pieces. The way it goes… Continue reading The 'Scream' TV Show Has Found Its Drew Barrymore
Wes Craven and Kevin Williamson’s Scream franchise is being developed into a television series by MTV, according to TVLine. The self-aware, 1990’s horror opus currently runs four movies long (with the latest release out in 2011) and helped revitalize the genre, cleverly subverting tropes, featuring famous faces getting slashed to smithereens.
The network is in the early stages of development, but given MTV’s penchant for film-to-TV adaptations — like