The world can never have enough Ghostface killers, am I right? Has anyone done this Wu-Tang bit before to start a SCREAM recap? Let’s hope not!
This newest entry in the legendary horror series is sure to be a crowd-pleaser; it’s bloody, it’s campy, and it deftly bridges the original cast’s stars with a new, younger group of cursed Woodsboro residents.
I adored this movie. It’s genuinely terrifying and incredibly fun and made me nostalgic for my ill-begotten youth! Neve, Courtney, and David are all sensational; they bring a warmth and kindness to their roles that ground the movie in reality despite the non-stop stabbing.
Mason Gooding and Jasmin Savoy Brown bring humor to the younger cast’s ensemble moments, playing twins who never take things too seriously, despite the terror.
Melissa Barrera and Jack Quaid have chemistry to spare as young lovers who serve as de facto leaders of the youthful contingent. They dutifully work to protect the group, though as you can imagine, some of these cats gone die.
Mikey Madison and Sonia Ben Ammar bring frenetic energy to the proceedings, Mikey through a sort of harried intensity, and Sonia through a bombastic, throwback performance reminiscent of some of the performances in the first few films.
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