Scream

A meta-fright flick, directed by Wes Craven from a clever script by first-timer Kevin Williamson, that delivers a gratifyingly high scare quotient. Small-town virgin Sidney Prescott (Neve Campbell) is being stalked by a psycho-killer who's already slaughtered two of her classmates and also may have murdered her mom, exactly one year earlier. Is it the video...read more

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