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    I loved this film. I have been a fan of it since it first came out in the 90s and have been waiting for SCRE4M since 2000. Let me just say that this film does not disapoint. The 11 year wait was worth it. Personally I don’t think that the killings were that gory, if you recall back in SCREAM (opening scene) When Drew’s BF gets killed you saw his insides for about a second or two. In SCRE4M that same thing happened w/ Marielle Jaffe’s character Olivia Morris and sure for a second I thought WOHH! Haha. but that was about it. -If you were refering to that particular kill. Anyway, it was great to see the main characters again and Neve is lookin’ pretty sexy. #MustWatch! 🙂

  • mason

    Really another excellent review! I rarely read film reviews aside from Ebert because they’re often pretentious or poorly written but you really have a talent. Expand beyond horror!

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